Great music, vibrant stage action and a man–eating plant are promised when a well - known musical play comes to the Market Weighton Community Hall in July, performed by an award–winning, local community youth theatre group. Weighton Young Players (WYPs)- are staging “Little Shop of Horrors”, a tongue-in-cheek, dark and delectable sci-fi horror musical with an electrifying 1960s pop/rock score by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman. In the play, performed by WYPs Musical Theatre gro
The story of how a new building development could threaten a village’s quiet way of life is the topic of the latest drama from the pen of Badapple Theatre Company artistic director, Kate Bramley.
“The Frozen Roman” tours all over the country from 25th April and follows a group of hapless villagers who fear plans for a new development in their midst could ruin their community. A clandestine meeting at the pub gets heated as the villagers rack their brains for new ways to fi
Bilton Amateur Dramatic Society (BADS) are to perform Peter Gordon’s comedy play "Seeds of Doubt” next month After beginning rehearsals for this last year, and having to abandon the original production date due to cast illnesses/operations/other commitments, BADS will be performing this funny play from 3rd to 5th April at The Bilton Theatre, between 17 & 19 Main Road, Bilton.
The Director, Keith Davison, took over in January when the new production dates were set. "I was t
Will Young has announced he will be visiting the Bonus Arena, Hull, on the 21st October,
performing all his famous hits and some new ones when he heads to Hull this autumn. Tickets go on general sale 9am on Friday 29th March from www.bonusarenahull.com
An upbeat, piano-led, dancefloor-tilted heartbreak anthem, ‘All The Songs’ serves as the perfect introduction to his new album, Lexicon, built around the joy of pop music. Will Young has spent the last two decades at the for
I Want That Hair is an hilarious, fresh, female comedy, arriving in Beverley this week.
The John Godber Company is staging a new and updated version of Jane Thornton’s Hairdressing comedy I Want That Hair at the East Riding Theatre from Wednesday 6th to Saturday 30th March, at 7:30pm, with matinees at 2pm.
Join Bex and Heidi as they grapple with gossip between the washes and the highlights but, with Bex's big birthday coming soon, she's beginning to realise that it's not
Join much-loved TV adventurer Ben Fogle for an unforgettable evening of storytelling and adventure, as he recounts inspiring and incredible tales as a modern-day journeyman. From crossing Antarctica in sub-zero temperatures, to rowing the 3,716-mile Atlantic Ocean, to even spending a year castaway on an island in the Outer Hebrides, Ben will share his thrilling tales with uplifting warmth and honesty. If you like his television shows, then you’ll love this personal and intima
Tackling tough topics with humour and hobnobs, ‘Drip, Drip, Drip’ is the latest taboo-busting play from the critically-acclaimed Pipeline Theatre which is heading to Pocklington Arts Centre (PAC) in early March. This is a darkly comic story, set in an overstretched NHS hospital, which is sure to make the audience laugh, cry and possibly see the world from a new angle. Pipeline Theatre has a reputation for taking difficult subjects and using humour to make them approachable an
Delicate Flowers, a fast-moving Hull boxing play that punches above its weight, is starting a tour of the region this month. Written by Hull-based playwright Mark Rees and produced by his Single Story Theatre Company, Delicate Flowers tells the story of Barbara Buttrick, the young boxer and wrestler from Hessle, East Yorkshire, who fought adversity in her personal life in the 1940s and 50s to fight opponents in the ring. Narrated in the current day by Karen, a young Hull boxe
A staple of the Hull Half-term calendar, Back to Ours is renowned for bringing acts from all around the world to stages in the hearts of Hull communities and this February is no different. These are the acts coming to the East Yorkshire city: New Perspectives’ The Giant Jam Sandwich. Based on the children’s book of the same name, how on earth are the inhabitants of Itching Down going to get rid of the four million wasps plaguing their village? There can only be one answer: wi
Beware the Cream Whipper 3000 as Hazel Nutt banked on the machine to save the dairy and it failed to do so. Such was the fun of the Cave Players’ 33rd pantomime, filling the North Cave Village Hall with plenty of laughter on a chilly January night. It seems surprising in the group’s history that Jack and the Beanstalk hadn’t been tackled since 1997. This year, it was the task of new scriptwriter Rob Adamson, ably assisted by director Sharon Wood, to come up with a new version