Next Events

Cox & Box plus a selection of Gilbert and Sullivan favourites

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Two lodgers, one bedroom, one unexpected meeting....

Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company

Saturday 11 April 2015

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Fundraising Concert

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Experience the live concert of this prestigious a cappella, choral, negro spiritual and contemporary gospel choir

The London Adventist Chorale

Sunday 12 April 2015

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Gala Concert in aid of NSPCC

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An evening of music and song from Pop to West End Musicals

Margaret Berg School of Music

Saturday 18 April 2015

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Oliver!

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Consider yourself one of the family!

New Earswick Musical Society

Wednesday 22 April to Saturday 25 April 2015

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Bootstrap 3

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Template Toolkit

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Catalyst, DBIx::Class and SQLite

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