|The Rise and Fall of Little Voice||Rowntree Players||7 March to 10 March|
|Music Night||Joseph Rowntree Theatre||11 March|
|Dance Express||Evelyn Witcombe School of Dance||14 March to 17 March|
|Singalong The Mikado||Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company||18 March|
|MPS presents WEST END HITS!||YSJSU Musical Production Society||23 March to 24 March|
|Summer Holiday||Flying Ducks Youth Theatre||29 March to 31 March|
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice
by Jim Cartwright, Directed by Nik Briggs
7 March to 10 March
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice tells the story of a shy, reclusive girl, Little Voice, and her larger than life out of control mother Mari.
Desperately missing her dead father, Little Voice spends her time locked in her bedroom listening to his old record collection and perfecting astonishing impersonations of favourite divas including Shirley Bassey, Judy Garland and Marylin Monroe.
When Mari starts dating small time club agent Ray Say, she thinks he's her last chance for a better life. When Ray Say hears Little Voice sing, he thinks she's his ticket to the big time. Little Voice just wants a normal life and to be loved. Not everyone is going to get what they want.
An evening full of laughs and tears, when the worlds collide sparks are going to fly...
Wednesday 7 March 7:30pm
Thursday 8 March 7:30pm
Friday 9 March 7:30pm
Saturday 10 March 7:30pm
A Celebration Through The Decades Of The Queen's Reign
With music from Don Pears with the Steve Cassidy Band
Featuring songs from Jo Pears, Marie Louise Scott, George Horne and Martin Lettin
The night will be compered by Ken Humphries
Sunday Night is Music Night
Sunday 11 March 7:30pm
Evelyn Witcombe School of Dance
14 March to 17 March
Wednesday 14 March 7:15pm
Thursday 15 March 7:15pm
Friday 16 March 7:15pm
Saturday 17 March 7:15pm
Singalong The Mikado
Whether it's the Lord High Executioner reciting his Little List, the Mikado devising punishments to fit the most heinous of crimes or the giggly girls in Three Little Maids from School there can't be many people who haven't heard and loved a song from Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado. A hit with audiences since it's premiere 127 years ago, this tale of love, deceptions and misunderstandings, set in Japan, where flirting is punishable by death, is returning to York this March with a twist.
Following our very well received Sing-a-long-a-Pirates of Penzance in 2011 we're delighted to be returning to The Joseph Rowntree Theatre with Singalong The Mikado, which will provide an evening of entertainment for everyone. Performed by Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company, this semi staged production, with narration encourages audience participation with all the choruses. Song sheets will be provided but if you have your own score you are welcome to bring it along. An excellent way to enjoy this popular production, suitable for all ages.
Sunday 18 March 7:30pm
MPS presents WEST END HITS!
Featuring the music of Footloose and more!
23 March to 24 March
YSJSU MPS present an evening of West End Musical Numbers including extracts from Footloose and much much more.
This is a change from the original programme due to cast injury
Friday 23 March 7:30pm
Saturday 24 March 3:00pm Matinée
Saturday 24 March 7:30pm
A Fabulous Sixties Musical
29 March to 31 March
In an age when ten bob was a small fortune, cream soda a favourite tipple and a first kiss sent you into raptures, this musical comedy will have you wanting to dance in the aisles.
Summer Holiday follows a group of teenage pals on an adventure which takes them from grey London to sunnier climes, all aboard a big red bus.
Thursday 29 March 7:30pm
Friday 30 March 7:30pm
Saturday 31 March 2:30pm Matinée
Saturday 31 March 7:30pm