December 2009 Events
|Dick Whittington||Rowntree Players||Sat 5 Dec 2:00pm|
|Sat 5 Dec 7:30pm|
|Sun 6 Dec 2:00pm|
|Mon 7 Dec 7:30pm|
|Tue 8 Dec 7:30pm|
|Wed 9 Dec 7:30pm|
|Thu 10 Dec 7:30pm|
|Fri 11 Dec 7:30pm|
|Sat 12 Dec 2:00pm|
|Sat 12 Dec 7:30pm|
|Music Night||Joseph Rowntree Theatre||Sun 13 Dec 7:30pm|
|Romeo and Juliet||Oddsocks||Tue 15 Dec 7:30pm|
|Gala Christmas Concert||Shepherd Group Brass Band||Thu 17 Dec 7:30pm|
|Fri 18 Dec 7:30pm|
|Christmas Music Night||Joseph Rowntree Theatre||Sat 19 Dec 7:30pm|
|Now That's What We Call Christmas||Generation Groove||Sun 20 Dec 7:30pm|
A brand new rollicking romp of a panto
5 December to 12 December 2009
This year why not join Rowntree Players on a journey to London and beyond in their brand new, rollicking romp of a panto – Dick Whittington.
With his belongings in a hankie and Tommy the cat by his side Dick Whittington is off to seek fortune and fame. Join us as he meets a a host of new friends; The culinary flan chef extra-ordinaire - Sarah The Cook and her lazy son Idle Jack who shows us a hilarious new way to milk his shy cow Daisy. Meet Fairy Bowbells as she attempts to stop King Rat and his furry fiends in their evil attempt to control the world. Will Alderman Fitzwarren and his daughter Alice save their rat infested Cheese Emporium from becoming another victim of the credit crunch.
With jokes, songs, drama and the odd flying cheese flan; let Rowntree Players get your festive season off to a flantastic start!
Saturday 5 December 2:00pm Matinée
Saturday 5 December 7:30pm
Sunday 6 December 2:00pm Matinée
Monday 7 December 7:30pm
Tuesday 8 December 7:30pm
Wednesday 9 December 7:30pm
Thursday 10 December 7:30pm
Friday 11 December 7:30pm
Saturday 12 December 2:00pm Matinée
Saturday 12 December 7:30pm
A Celebration of the popular song.
13 December 2009
An evening of music with Jo Pears, Steph Crossley, George Horne and Arnold Durham. and Graham Kay
Sunday 13 December 7:30pm
Romeo and Juliet
The famous love story as you have never seen it before
15 December 2009
After our hugely successful summer offering of one of Shakespeare's classic tragedies, we are returning to this old favourite to give it the indoor winter treatment. We can almost guarantee you won't get rained on - no promises though!
Look out for some old and familiar faces, musical madness, fantastical fights, ridiculous rivalries, lustful love and awesome alliteration as Shakespeare’s romantic love story about star-crossed lovers gets the full Oddsocks treatment once again this winter. Passion, power, love, longing, murder and much much more is on the cards as two troublesome teenagers meet amidst festive celebrations as their families ancient feud escalates.
One wedding, a funeral and a less than efficient postal system combine to create comic mayhem and tragic consequences in the trademark Oddsocks style our audiences have become addicted to over recent years.
Tuesday 15 December 7:30pm
Christmas Music Night
A Celebration of the Christmas Songs.
19 December 2009
Join the Tuesday singers in an evening of Christmas songs with Jo Pears, George Horne and Yvonne Garside.
Saturday 19 December 7:30pm
Now That's What We Call Christmas
20 December 2009
Another packed concert from the local woodwind and brass band with a Christmas twist.
Sunday 20 December 7:30pm