A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man begins
A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging super hero. Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May, under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark.
Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine – distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man – but when the Vulture emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened.
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£11Part of The Great Yorkshire
Part of The Great Yorkshire Fringe – Full Lineup Here
“One of the most tirelessly silly stalwarts of the Fringe” (Time Out) provides tales of plumbing woes, his attempts at under tent heating and
ridicules the insanity of capitalism.
★★★★★ “Munnery is as bold and brilliant as ever” – Scotsman
★★★★ “One of the finest gag writers in the business” – The List
(Wednesday) 8:45 pm
Local acts perform their own songs and catchy covers throughout the evening.8.30-10.30pm, free entryGet Pub Info
Local acts perform their own songs and catchy covers throughout the evening.
8.30-10.30pm, free entry
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In the third instalment of
In the third instalment of the rebooted Planet Of The Apes franchise, a new threat looms over the peaceful simian civilisation built among the redwood trees: an army of humans led by the ruthless Colonel (Harrelson), who believes he is mankind’s last hope. After a battle in which the apes suffer devastating losses, Caesar (Serkis), their noble, hyper-intelligent leader, fears he may have to abandon the path of mercy he has so far shown to humans.
Wrestling with his darker instincts, Caesar embarks on a quest to avenge his kind that brings him face to face with the Colonel in the ultimate battle for dominion over Earth. Director Matt Reeves raises the stakes with his second film in the critically acclaimed franchise, blending spectacular graphics and emotion to thrilling effect.
Fri 21st – 17.45
Sat – 15.30
Sun – 19.00
Mon – 17.50
Tue – 15.10
Wed – 17.50
Thu – 17.50
The team who brought you
The team who brought you Despicable Me, Despicable Me 2 and Minions, returns to continue the adventures of Gru, Lucy, their adorable daughters – Margo, Edith and Agnes – and the Minions. Villain Balthazar Bratt is a former child star who’s grown up to become obsessed with the character he played in the ’80s, and proves to be Gru’s most formidable nemesis to date.
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Thu 27/07/2017 15:40 18:00 20:20
Enjoy a litre of house wine for £9.95Monday to Thursday 5pm-7pm.(excludes bank holidays)Get Bar Info .
Enjoy a litre of house wine for £9.95
Monday to Thursday 5pm-7pm.
(excludes bank holidays)
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Gypsy Bill and Del Potter
Michael Lambourne hosts our traditional
Michael Lambourne hosts our traditional pub quiz night, a guaranteed night of great fun and uncertainty…
Quiz kicks off at 8:30pm every Wednesday, come along early and grab a bite to eat as you settle into your seats.
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The mass evacuation of more
The mass evacuation of more than 330,000 Allied troops from the beaches of Dunkirk in May 1940 was one of the most dramatic and pivotal episodes of the Second World War. In his latest feature, director Christopher Nolan (Interstellar, The Dark Knight trilogy) plunges viewers into the thick of it with what he describes as “the most visceral experiential two hours that audiences can hope for”.
Told from three points of view – land, sea and air – Dunkirk unfolds with a palpable sense of dread and tension, evoking the very human and immediate desire to survive.
With cinematography from Hoyte van Hoytema (Interstellar), a score from Hans Zimmer, and an all-star supporting cast that includes Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy and Mark Rylance, this is the must-see spectacle of the summer.
Fri 21st – 15.20, 18.00, 19.45, 20.40
Sat – 15.20, 18.00, 20.40
Sun – 16.25, 17.30, 20.10
Mon – 15.20, 18.00, 19.45, 20.40
Tue – 15.20, 18.00, 19.50, 20.40
Wed – 15.20, 18.00, 19.45, 20.40
Thu – 15.20, 18.00, 20.40
£15GRAHAM BONNET was picked immediately
GRAHAM BONNET was picked immediately by Ritchie Blackmore for the Rainbow job the moment he sang ‘Mistreated’ at the audition… Despite the James Dean image in contrast to Ronnie James Dio, the subsequent album ‘Down To Earth’ became one of the band’s most successful.
In 1981, Graham resumed his solo career and ‘Night Games’ charted at No 6, although craving to be a band member again he joined MSG, reuniting with long-time friend Cozy Powell. After recording “Assault Attack”, Bonnet returned to Los Angeles to form and release several albums with Alcatrazz which produced guitar greats Yngwie Malmsteen and Steve Vai.
Subsequent solo albums ‘Underground’ and ‘The Day I Went Mad’ were well received and in 2000/1 he joined the Anthem reunion and toured with Don Airey in Bonnet/Airey and Dario Mollo in Elektric Zoo.
From 2002-2006, Graham recorded and toured the world with Iain Ashley Hersey, Michael Schenker, Moonstone Project and Taz Taylor, forming a new Alcatrazz with Howie Simon, Tim Luce and Glen Solel and his Rainbow successor Joe Lynn Turner.
Our hero from Lincolnshire, influenced by The Beatles, Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry, continues to tour worldwide and 2014 heads in to Europe on the “Catch The Rainbow” tour, celebrating the 35th Anniversary of Rainbow album “Down To Earth”, responsible for a number of hits for Rainbow and Graham Bonnet.
A show of raw power and nostalgia with Graham re-visiting the vast Rainbow back catalogue of favourites such as I Surrender, Catch the Rainbow, All Night Long, Night Games, Since You’ve Been Gone, Long Live Rock n Roll and many, many others!
Support from Evyltyde
Doors 7.30pm, get Venue Info
A bottle of Prosecco or wine for only £11.45......or for £20 with 3 sharing plates.Get Bar Info .
A bottle of Prosecco or wine for only £11.45…
…or for £20 with 3 sharing plates.
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Festival of Comedy, Variety and
Festival of Comedy, Variety and Family Entertainment running 21st July – 6th August 2017.
The Great Yorkshire Fringe has wowed York with two years of festivals on Parliament Street, and for 2016 took comedy, variety and family entertainment to even more locations in the heart of the city, and extended to September with a Family Feastival on site on the Parliament Street village green.
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