Actress and singer Sheridan Smith is to perform a date in East Yorkshire as part of a national tour. Following the release of her critically acclaimed second album A Northern Soul and the intimate ITV special which captured an insight into the life of the award-winning star, Sheridan today announced further dates for her 2019 U.K. tour. The North Lincolnshire-born star will perform at the Bonus Arena in Hull on 28 March 2019. Tickets go on sale on Friday at 9am. The additiona
Hull Truck Theatre has announced its new season for Spring and Summer 2019, as it celebrates the 10th anniversary of its move to Ferensway. Mark Babych, Artistic Director and Chief Executive at Hull Truck Theatre says: “We’re got some terrific productions lined up for audiences this season which really demonstrate the breadth and depth of our artistic programme. I am delighted to be reuniting with talented artists and companies as well as working with exciting new partners. "
A member of the Cleethorpes Brass band playing a 132 year old cornet once owned by Pte Bob Sutton of the Manchester Regiment, who were stationed in Cleethorpes during the WW1, provides our tribute to the 100th anniversary of the armistice, the men and women who fought and died and those who today put their lives at risk to protect us and our way life.
Ian McKellen is set to make a very special appearance at Hull New Theatre next year as part of a solo UK tour to raise funds for theatres in honour of his 80th birthday. It all begins in January 2019 with a Tour of London from the National Theatre to the Theatre Royal Stratford East, as well as performances in the West End and Outer London. Then, across the country, he will visit theatres large and small with which he has personal connections, including amateur groups he knew
Take a trip back to the swinging sixties with ‘It’s Different For Girls’, a fun, rock ’n’ roll musical inspired by Hull’s own girl band Mandy & The Girlfriends which is heading for Pocklington Arts Centre (PAC) later this month. Devised by She Productions, and directed by Becky Hope-Palmer, ‘It’s Different For Girls’ tells the story of five young women from Hull who decide to start a girl band. Within months, they are touring local pubs and clubs and are soon asked to play fo
Canadian singer Rebecca Perry is set to charm audiences in the villages on both banks of the Humber this autumn, by bringing some of Hollywood’s greatest stars back to life in a dazzling performance of song. Perry, who will be coming over to tour with ArtERY and Live Lincs from Toronto, delves into the glitzy world of Judy Garland, Bette Davis, Lucille Ball, and Betty Hutton: trailblazers who refused to be “just another ingenue” during the golden age of cinema. Each and every
Music lovers in East Yorkshire are being treated to a live jazz performance this autumn as part of ArtERY Live’s autumn season of events. Musicians, Alan Barnes and David Newton have been playing duets for 40 years. These multiple award-winners cover a vast repertoire from Louis Armstrong to Chick Corea and play with an empathy that can only come with long experience. David is one of the greatest solo jazz pianists this country has ever produced and Alan plays multi reed inst