Next Events

Cox & Box plus a selection of Gilbert and Sullivan favourites

Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company

11 April

Fundraising Concert

The London Adventist Chorale

12 April

Gala Concert in aid of NSPCC

Margaret Berg School of Music

18 April

Oliver!

New Earswick Musical Society

22 – 25 April

Crystallised - Our 15th Anniversary Show

Lisa Marie School of Dance

3 May

The Pitmen Painters

Pick Me Up Theatre

5 – 9 May

Die Fledermaus

York Opera

12 – 16 May

Steve Cassidy Band And Friends

Steve Cassidy Band

17 May

YSJ Dance: Shake it Off

York St John Dance

22 May

Disney Inspirations

En Pointe Classical Dance School

23 May

HONK!

York Light Youth

27 – 30 May

York Swings Against Cancer

York Against Cancer

31 May

Saturday Night at the Movies

Shepherd Group Brass Band

6 June

Razzamataz Summer Showcase

Razzamataz

14 June

Perform Explodes

Perform with Emma Bassett

20 June

Seussical

We Are Theatre

24 – 27 June

Jekyll & Hyde The Musical

The York Orchard Theatre Company

1 – 4 July

Dance, Dance, Dance 2015

Yvonne Hoque School of Dance

5 July

Music Night

Joseph Rowntree Theatre

5 July

A Tribute to Bev Jones - A Song & Dance Spectacular

Lesley Jones

11 July

Our Way – celebrating 100 years of Frank Sinatra

York Musical Theatre Company

12 July

Egypt - Journey From The East

Mazazik Dance

18 July

Bugsy Malone

York Stage Musicals

22 – 25 July

Buddy

Pick Me Up Theatre

5 – 12 August

Dogfight

Pick Me Up Theatre

13 – 15 August

Love on the Dole

York Musical Theatre Company

9 – 12 September

April 2009 Events

Hood the MusicalFlying Ducks Youth TheatreThu 2 Apr 7:30pm
Fri 3 Apr 7:30pm
Sat 4 Apr 2:30pm
Sat 4 Apr 7:30pm
The Railway ChildrenNew Earswick Musical SocietyTue 21 Apr 7:30pm
Wed 22 Apr 7:30pm
Thu 23 Apr 7:30pm
Fri 24 Apr 7:30pm
Sat 25 Apr 7:30pm
The History BoysYork Stage MusicalsTue 28 Apr 7:30pm
Wed 29 Apr 7:30pm
Thu 30 Apr 7:30pm
Fri 1 May 7:30pm
Sat 2 May 2:30pm
Sat 2 May 7:30pm
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Hood the Musical

The legend lives on in this musical inspired by folk hero, Robin Hood

Flying Ducks Youth Theatre

2 April to 4 April

The Youth Theatre Premiere of the famous fable of Robin Hood with an entertaining mixture of comedy, romance and dramatic fight scenes.

Join Robin, the Sheriff of Nottingham, Maid Marion and Friar Tuck as they steal from the rich to give to the poor and entertain the whole family.

Thursday 2 April 7:30pm

Friday 3 April 7:30pm

Saturday 4 April 2:30pm Matinée

Saturday 4 April 7:30pm

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The Railway Children

A superb adaptation for the musical stage of E. Nesbit’s quintessentially English classic

New Earswick Musical Society

21 April to 25 April

An idyllic Edwardian Christmas in London is interrupted by a knock at the door and a family’s life is changed forever. Father is wrongfully arrested and Mother and the three children, Roberta, Peter and Phyllis, are forced to move to Yorkshire. Discovering a railway near their new house is just the beginning of a series of adventures set over one long summer.

Local children take the parts of the Perks young family and of course the Railway Children themselves, with Emma Craggs, of Tadcaster Grammar School, returning to a principle role to play Bobbie (following her successful portrayal of the title role in Annie) and 12 year old William Hartley and 10 year old Gabrielle Richardson (both of St Olaves School), as her brother and sister, Peter and Phyllis under the skilful direction of Ann McCreadie, the show’s Producer.

This endurable story, which has been enjoyed by generations of families, is brought to life in a new dimension by heartfelt ballads, stirring choral numbers and tuneful melodies

Tuesday 21 April 7:30pm

Wednesday 22 April 7:30pm

Thursday 23 April 7:30pm

Friday 24 April 7:30pm

Saturday 25 April 7:30pm

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The History Boys

by Alan Bennett. A YORK STAGE PREMIERE

York Stage Musicals

28 April to 2 May

An unruly bunch of bright, funny sixth-form boys in pursuit of sex, sport and a place at university. A maverick English teacher at odds with the young and shrewd supply teacher. A headmaster obsessed with results and a history teacher who thinks he's a fool. In Alan Bennett's award winning play, staff-room rivalry and the anarchy of adolescence provoke insistent questions about history and how you teach it; about education and its purpose.

The History Boys is one of the finest plays Bennett has ever written, packed with superb one-liners. A play of depth as well as dazzle, intensely moving as well as thought-provoking and funny.

The History Boys premiered at The National Theatre in May 2004.
The History Boys was released as a film in 2006.

Tuesday 28 April 7:30pm

Wednesday 29 April 7:30pm

Thursday 30 April 7:30pm

Friday 1 May 7:30pm

Saturday 2 May 2:30pm Matinée

Saturday 2 May 7:30pm