|Music Night||Joseph Rowntree Theatre||2 September|
|Coast to Coast Tour Launch||Rebecca Newman||9 September|
|Rowntree Players Centenary Open Night||Rowntree Players||14 September|
|HMS Pinafore||Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company||20 September to 22 September|
|Peter Pan||Victoria Rooke School of Dance and Drama||29 September|
Sunday Night is Music Night
A Celebration of the Popular Song
With performances from Jo Pears, Steph Crossley, Rebecca Newman, Elaine Pears, George Horne, Graham Kay and Richard Kay.
Sunday 2 September 7:30pm
Coast to Coast Tour Launch
Following Rebecca's incredibly well-received concert here on the Jubilee weekend, this is a second chance to catch her live before she heads off across the UK for her first tour. Rebecca is touring the UK to raise funds for the RNLI and to coincide with her debut single release that she is currently working on with top music industry producers.
To launch the tour she will be returning to the Joseph Rowntree Theatre for one night only, showcasing songs from across her current albums from opera to pop, including Time to Say Goodbye, Love Never Dies, I Dreamed a Dream and Fields of Gold.
Rebecca has some brand new repertoire to showcase as well as some old favourites. Expect a night filled with spine-tingling vocals and show-stopping outfits!
Rebecca has been featured on ITV1, BBC1 and BBC radio.
This event will be filmed.
Easily one of the best voices around - Adam Tomlinson, BBC Radio
An amazing voice - Harry Gration, BBC Television
Fantastic - The Evening Press
For more information go to rebeccanewman.net
Sunday 9 September 7:00pm
Rowntree Players Centenary Open Night
An opportunity for any past members of the Rowntree Players to drop in, meet up and bring any photgraphs or other memorabilia.
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Friday 14 September 7:30pm
Join us for a voyage into the Roaring 1920's aboard H.M.S. Pinafore
20 September to 22 September
Set on board the H.M.S. Pinafore, Josephine, the Captain's daughter, bemoans her love of a lowly sailor while awaiting the arrival of her well-to-do suitor, Sir Joseph Porter. In traditional Gilbert and Sullivan fashion, chaos ensues before resulting in unbridled joy.
This production of H.M.S. Pinafore will see the ship sail into the Roaring 1920's - combining something of the style of Noel Coward with the post-war attitude of 'seizing the day' to create a colourful and energetic show that any Englishman (or woman) would be proud to watch!
Thursday 20 September 7:30pm
Friday 21 September 7:30pm
Saturday 22 September 2:30pm Matinée
Saturday 22 September 7:30pm
Saturday 29 September 2:00pm Matinée
Saturday 29 September 7:00pm