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A Night With The Light

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An evening of music from stage and screen

York Light Opera Company

Sunday 28 September 2014

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Perform Rises

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A collaboration of dance, acting and singing performances

Perform with Emma Bassett

Saturday 4 October 2014

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Steve Cassidy Band And Friends

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An Evening Of Music Which Spans The Decades

Steve Cassidy Band

Sunday 5 October 2014

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Alice in Theatreland

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Instead if going to Wonderland, Alice follows the White Rabbit through Theatreland.

Victoria Rooke School of Dance and Drama

Saturday 11 October 2014

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York Musical Theatre Company

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York Musical Theatre Company perform musical theatre productions and concerts in several York venues. There is a show at York Theatre Royal every year in May and Christmas concerts at National Centre for Early Music. Concerts and productions are also performed at Joseph Rowntree Theatre and Grand Opera House. Past productions at York Theatre Royal include The Slipper and the Rose, May 2011, The Wizard of Oz, May 2010, The Scarlet Pimpernel, May 2008 and many more. The company also performed the UK premiere of Titanic: The Musical in May 2003 at York Theatre Royal.

Further information about the company and contact details can be found on their Facebook pages


Future Shows at JRT

2014
Anything Goes21 October to 25 October
In Flanders Fields23 November

Previous Shows at JRT

2014
Andrew Lloyd Webber's Aspects of Love31 March to 5 April
2013
A Chorus Of Disapproval13 November to 16 November
Me and My Girl 9 April to 13 April
2011
Coward & Cole27 October to 29 October
Armada28 July to 30 July
2010
The Rodgers and Hammerstein Story21 October to 23 October
Armada27 July to 29 July
Some Sunny Day14 March
2009
A Night In The West End29 October to 31 October
2008
The Best of Times23 October to 25 October
2007
Hooray For Hollywood20 September to 22 September
When The Lights Go On Again17 September to 22 September