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 race to claim the
The race to claim the empire spirals out of control. Angus Jackson directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy.
All-conquering Caesar returns from war. But mutiny is rumbling through the corridors of power.
The Rome season in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre opens with the politics of spin and betrayal turning to violence. Following his sell-out productions of Tom Morton-Smith’s Oppenheimer (2014) and James Fenton’s adaptation of Don Quixote (2016), season director Angus Jackson steers the thrilling action.
7pm, get Cinema Info
Gypsy Bill and Del Potter
£24.15 BUY TICKETSDanny
£24.15 BUY TICKETS
Danny Baker is a broadcaster and writer who has worked throughout print, television and radio for over 30 years. His recent bestselling autobiographies were adapted into the hit BBC series Cradle to Grave.
To hear more about his live stage debut, over to Danny himself:
“The stage has always been my first love. Let me put that another way. I have never done anything like this before in my life.
No two nights of this extravaganza will be the same. This is less of a boast than admission that I am hopeless at learning scripts. Perhaps you can help? If you’ve read my books, watched the series based on them or, indeed, ever caught anything I have presented on television/radio then maybe you might contribute to the feast of reason and flow of the soul that I guarantee these evenings will contain. Questions like, “Did your friend really eat saveloys from a pith helmet” or “What was meeting John Lennon/Michael Jackson/David Bowie/Kenneth Williams like?”
If you don’t show up I’m going to do it in your local theatre anyway. So you may as well come. Why should the ushers have all the fun?“
7.30pm, get Venue Info
£8; students £3Reger - Introduction
£8; students £3
Reger – Introduction and Passacaglia
Brahms – Chorale Prelude and Fugue ‘O Traurigkeit, o Herzelied’
Mendelssohn – Prelude and Fugue no. 1 in C minor
JS Bach – Chorale Partita ‘Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig’
Liszt – Fantasia and Fugue on the name BACH
Of the many organ genres of the 18th century, the Chorale Partita is perhaps the least familiar; this concert gives an opportunity to hear one of Bach’s finest offerings and to spot his influence on later composers. The concert hall’s neo-classical organ built by Grant, Degens and Bradbeer would have been recognized by Bach and also by Mendelssohn, Liszt, Brahms and even Reger. Former Organ Scholar at York Minster, Ben Horden is now Assistant Director of Music at St Bartholomew’s Church in London, and a busy recitalist and choral director.
7.30pm, get Venue Info
£5Debut gig of a new
Debut gig of a new band from York featuring former members of the Bogus Brothers, The Goosehorns and others delivering a night of Tex-Mex and Bordertown dance music featuring their astonishing duelling accordions, the Tijuana Panhandler and their onstage Cantina bar – with special guests along for the ride.
8pm, get Venue Info
£30 - £14In 19th century
£30 – £14
In 19th century Yorkshire, a mysterious young widow Helen Graham and her son arrive at the desolate estate of Wildfell Hall. Isolating herself from the village, she soon becomes the subject of local gossip and speculation. Intrigued by this beautiful and enigmatic woman, a young, local farmer, Markham, gradually falls in love. Torn apart by her attraction to Markham and the secrets of her past, Helen finally reveals the shocking history she thought she’d left behind.
Based on the 1848 novel by Anne Brontë The Tenant of Wildfell Hall is a passionate story of a woman’s fight for independence. This new stage adaptation has been lovingly brought to life by award winning playwright Deborah McAndrew, author of An August Bank Holiday Lark (Best New Play, UK Theatre Awards, 2014).
7.30pm, matinees 2pm Thursday & 2.30pm Saturday
£12 - £18New Earswick MusicalsThis
£12 – £18
New Earswick Musicals
This classic tale of kindness to (and by) animals trots, crawls, and flies onto the stage as the Broadway-sized family musical arrives in York.
The Doctor, who can talk to the animals, takes the audience on a journey from the small English village of Puddleby-on-the-Marsh to the far corners of the world.
Including such amazing songs as Talk to the Animals, Something in your Smile, and the beautiful When I look in Your Eyes – You will have Never Seen Anything Like It!
7.30pm (2.30pm matinee on Saturday), get Theatre Info
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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£14Ten years. Two Friends. One
Ten years. Two Friends. One fortune-teller.
In Tents and Purposes comes fresh from a ★★★★★ star sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and transfer to Soho Theatre. Join Roxy Dunn (C4’s Babylon, BBC Three’s Top Coppers) and Alys Metcalf (Olivier Award-winning The Play That Goes Wrong) as they compete with their egos to tell a comic, time-hopping story exploring whether our lives are predetermined or shaped by our choices.
“A breath of fresh air” THE TIMES
“Daft enjoyable meta-theatre comedy” THE GUARDIAN
“An hour well spent in the company of two future stars” SUNDAY MAIL
“Very funny stuff and the performances are excellent” DAILY MAIL
In 1940, a married woman
In 1940, a married woman (Gemma Arterton) and a screenwriter (Sam Claflin) develop a growing attraction while working together on a propaganda film about the evacuation of Allied troops from Dunkirk, France. A beautifully crafted costume drama with terrific performances, Lone Scherfig’s new film is a quietly subversive, funny and finally moving account of a little known story from one of the darkest, most uncertain periods of British history.
Wed – 15.10, 18.00, 20.40
Thu – 15.15, 17.55, 20.40
Fri – 18.05, 20.55
Sat – 17.45, 20.50
Sun – 17.30
Mon – 18.05, 20.50
Tue – 18.05, 20.55
Wed (3rd) – 18.05, 20.50
Thu (4th) – 18.10
Now that Dom and Letty
Now that Dom and Letty are on their honeymoon and Brian and Mia have retired from the game-and the rest of the crew has been exonerated-the globetrotting team has found a semblance of a normal life. But when a mysterious woman seduces Dom into the world of crime he can’t seem to escape and a betrayal of those closest to him, they will face trials that will test them as never before.
From the shores of Cuba and the streets of New York City to the icy plains off the arctic Barents Sea, our elite force will crisscross the globe to stop an anarchist from unleashing chaos on the world’s stage… and to bring home the man who made them a family.
Fri 21/04/2017 10:30 13:40 15:50 16:50 19:00 20:00
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