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A Tribute to Bev Jones - A Song & Dance Spectacular

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Bev's company singers and dancers perform a spectacular to all Bev's arrangements

Lesley Jones

Saturday 11 July 2015

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Our Way - celebrating 100 years of Frank Sinatra

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A programme of music in the style of Frank Sinatra and inspired by the infamous Rat Pack.

York Musical Theatre Company

Sunday 12 July 2015

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Egypt - Journey From The East

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A dance show for all the family

Mazazik Dance

Saturday 18 July 2015

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Bugsy Malone

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Complete With Gangsters, Speak-easies and of course... Splurge, Alan Parker's Family Favourite Musical Comes to York Live on Stage!!

York Stage Musicals

Wednesday 22 July to Saturday 25 July 2015

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