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Joan Sadler Memorial Brass Concert

Joseph Rowntree Theatre

31 July

Buddy

Pick Me Up Theatre

5 – 12 August

Dogfight

Pick Me Up Theatre

13 – 15 August

Music Night: Elvis is in the Building

Joseph Rowntree Theatre

30 August

Blood and Chocolate - The Movie

Joseph Rowntree Theatre

5 September

The Sorcerer

Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company

17 – 19 September

You Should Be Dancin’

Laura Sparkes School of Dance

27 September

Cancelled: Mantra Vega & Dave Kerzner Band

Heather Findlay

3 – 4 October

The Adventures of Aladdin

Victoria Rooke School of Dance and Drama

10 October

It's Dance Time

Barbara Taylor School of Dancing

17 October

When the Lights Go On Again

York Musical Theatre Company

21 – 24 October

Cats

York Light Youth

30 October – 7 November

Viva La Dance

Evelyn Witcombe School of Dance

12 – 14 November

Sunset Boulevard

New Earswick Musicals

17 – 21 November

An Evening of Cabaret and Comedy – The Best Bits

JB Entertainment

28 November

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Rowntree Players

5 – 12 December

The Time of Our Lives

Reflex Dance Troupe

13 December

Shepherd Group Brass Bands Christmas Concert

Shepherd Group Brass Band

18 – 19 December

A Christmas Stocking - Music Night

Joseph Rowntree Theatre

20 December

October 2009 Events

HeroesRowntree PlayersThu 1 Oct 7:30pm
Fri 2 Oct 7:30pm
Sat 3 Oct 7:30pm
The Biggest BandGeneration GrooveSat 17 Oct 7:30pm
A Night In The West EndYork Musical Theatre CompanyThu 29 Oct 7:30pm
Fri 30 Oct 7:30pm
Sat 31 Oct 2:30pm
Sat 31 Oct 7:30pm
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Heroes

Rowntree Players

1 October to 3 October 2009

In Tom Stoppard’s funnny and poignant translation of Gérald Sibleyras’s Les Vents des Peupliers (The Wind in the Poplars), we meet three veterans from the First World War who pass their monotony-filled days in a hospital by engaging in verbal battles of long-forgotten military campaigns, grumblings about the matron, and reflections on their life. Henri is afflicted by a gammy leg, Gustave suffers from agoraphobia, and Philippe passes out because of a piece of shrapnel lodged in his brain.

Their cantankerous camaraderie becomes strained when Gustave conjures up an escape plan. Looking over the cemetery to the poplars beyond, they dream of freedom. Will today be the day they finally make to Indochina or perhaps only as far as the top of the hill? This translation of the play premiered at Wyndham’s Theatre, London, in 2005 to critical acclaim, starring Richard Griffiths, John Hurt and Ken Stott.

Thursday 1 October 7:30pm

Friday 2 October 7:30pm

Saturday 3 October 7:30pm

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The Biggest Band

Featuring Music From The Big Band Era

Generation Groove

17 October 2009

Saturday 17 October 7:30pm

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A Night In The West End

Lose yourself in the magic of the musicals - Directed by Paul Laidlaw

York Musical Theatre Company

29 October to 31 October 2009

No need to travel to London! Join York Musical Theatre Company and its Youth Section for A Night in the West End and enjoy songs from Hairspray, Mamma Mia, Miss Saigon, Chicago, Cabaret, Les Miserables and Chess as well as Wicked, Starlight Express, Sunset Boulevard, Joseph, Whistle Down The Wind and Phantom of the Opera.

Packed with show stopping numbers, this is a memorable evenings entertainment that brings a touch of West End to York

Thursday 29 October 7:30pm

Friday 30 October 7:30pm

Saturday 31 October 2:30pm Matinée

Saturday 31 October 7:30pm