|Up 'n' Under||Rowntree Players||Thu 5 Mar to Sat 7 Mar 2009|
|Dance Manifique||Evelyn Witcombe School of Dance||Wed 11 Mar to Sat 14 Mar 2009|
|Music Night||Joseph Rowntree Theatre||Sun 15 Mar 2009|
|Showtime Spectacular||Lisa Marie Performing Arts||Sat 21 Mar 2009|
|Cliff Richards Summer Holiday||The Northern Musical Theatre Company||Tue 24 Mar to Sat 28 Mar 2009|
|Hood the Musical||Flying Ducks Youth Theatre||Thu 2 Apr to Sat 4 Apr 2009|
Up 'n' Under
By John Godber
Thursday 5 March to Saturday 7 March 2009
When Yorkshire style Shakespearean prose and tragedy meets rum Northern humour and rugby the result is a modern theatrical classic
John Godber's Up 'n' Under centres on the amateur rugby league team of the Wheatsheaf Arms who can only muster a side of four and whose pride lies in their unbroken record of defeat (54-0 their most spectacular score yet)! For an outrageous bet, Arthur, a retired player, undertakes to train the boys for a match against The Cobblers - the best side in the north of England. Arthur enlists the help of Hazel who runs a body-building gym and he's confident. Will the Wheatsheaf lads beat the terror of the 7-a-side league?
Join Rowntree Players on this heart-warmingly funny journey of pride, desperation, friendship and teamwork.
Director: Howard Ella
Assistant Director: Graham Smith
Evelyn Witcombe School of Dance
Wednesday 11 March to Saturday 14 March 2009
A Celebration of the Popular Song
Joseph Rowntree Theatre
Sunday 15 March 2009
Act I features songs by Jerry Herman and Irving Berlin
Act II: A Night At The Operetta
Musical Director: Don Pears
Lisa Marie Performing Arts
Saturday 21 March 2009
Bombay Dreams, 70’s Show, Old Time Music Hall, We Will Rock You and Much More!!!!!
Please note that the Friday performance has been cancelled.
Cliff Richards Summer Holiday
The Cliff Richard feel-good musical.
The Northern Musical Theatre Company
Tuesday 24 March to Saturday 28 March 2009
Bev Jones' Northern Musical Theatre Company follow their recent Showtime Spectacular 3 success, and last year's Fame, The Musical, and Pirates of Penzance at York Theatre Royal, with an uplifting, vibrant fun-loving musical, with colourful sixties costumes, big hair, cheesy dance routines, cheesy smiles, and well-known sing-a-long Cliff Richard songs that will have everyone in the audience, up on their feet, clapping their hands and maybe even doing a little bit of twisting the night away.
All your favourite Cliff Richard songs such as The Young Ones, Bachelor Boy, Move It and On The Beach to name but a few.
This unashamedly light hearted musical will put a smile on your face on even the coldest, dull wintry day. Bev once again brings together his very own show band, his youthful company, with many familiar faces, plus a few new ones, and the expertise of Christine Aspinall, the now familiar ex West End choreographer who puts her very own style into every show, as many of you have told us after seeing Fame and Showtime, and who is excited to be staging the fast, vigourous classic dance routines for West Side Story in Bev's summer production in 2009. Not to be missed!
Hood the Musical
The legend lives on in this musical inspired by folk hero, Robin Hood
Flying Ducks Youth Theatre
Thursday 2 April to Saturday 4 April 2009
The Youth Theatre Premiere of the famous fable of Robin Hood with an entertaining mixture of comedy, romance and dramatic fight scenes.
Join Robin, the Sheriff of Nottingham, Maid Marion and Friar Tuck as they steal from the rich to give to the poor and entertain the whole family.