|High Society||New Earswick Musicals||Wed 11 Nov to Sat 14 Nov 2009|
|The Nutcracker||Ballet Theatre UK||Sun 15 Nov 2009|
|Lisa Marie Pop Factor||Lisa Marie Performing Arts||Sat 21 Nov 2009|
|Candle in the Wind||Joseph Rowntree School||Wed 25 Nov to Thu 26 Nov 2009|
|Dick Whittington||Rowntree Players||Sat 5 Dec to Sat 12 Dec 2009|
New Earswick Musicals
Wednesday 11 November to Saturday 14 November 2009
Based on the 1956 film of the same name starring Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra, High Society tells the story of a search for ‘True Love’.
Meet Tracy Lord (played by New Earswick Musical Society newcomer Stephanie Crossley) - society's darling, preparing for her marriage to George Kittredge (Ste Kenwright), the dullest man on earth. Plans start to go awry as her younger sister Dinah (Imogen Gibbs) tries to convince her ex husband Dexter (Steve Tearle) to win back her heart. To make matters worse, a pair of reporters for a scandal magazine, Mike Connor (Steve Padfield) and Liz Imbrie (Jo Pears), will be attending the wedding, in an attempt to uncover the rumours about her fathers’ rumoured indiscretions. To confuse the spies, she introduces Uncle Willie (Martin Rowley) as her father.
With the pre-marriage party in full swing, the action flows faster than the champagne. Uncle Willie is chasing after Liz, who has only got eyes for Mike, but Mike meanwhile is falling for Tracy. The confusion and alcohol continues, culminating in one big hangover the next day. However, George has left, so a wedding is set but no bridegroom in sight. Dexter volunteers, and this time it looks like ‘True Love’ is going to last.
With an excellent score with well known songs such as Who Wants to be a Millionaire, True Love and Well Did You Evah, large dance numbers, comedy and romance, this show has something for everyone.
- Wednesday 11 November 2009 19:30
- Thursday 12 November 2009 19:30
- Friday 13 November 2009 19:30
- Saturday 14 November 2009 14:30
- Saturday 14 November 2009 19:30
Ballet Theatre UK
Sunday 15 November 2009
Where Tchaikovsky’s most loved and unforgettable musical score combines with magical choreography, exquisite costumes and breath taking scenery that together creates an atmosphere of fantasy and illusion.
Our NEW production will premiere in October 2009 before beginning its winter tour of the UK, covering over twenty regional venues, and incorporating 3 spectacular sets and over 50 beautifully hand crafted costumes.
The Nutcracker Features such favourites as The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, The Waltz of the Flowers, The Russian Trepak, The Dance of the Reed pipes and the world famous Waltz of the Snowflakes, to name but a few.
- Sunday 15 November 2009 17:00
Lisa Marie Pop Factor
Lisa Marie Performing Arts
Saturday 21 November 2009
- Saturday 21 November 2009 18:00
Candle in the Wind
Featuring the songs of the one and only Elton John
Joseph Rowntree School
Wednesday 25 November to Thursday 26 November 2009
A new musical play about Love, Music and the fortunes of a young rising star band.
- Wednesday 25 November 2009 19:30
- Thursday 26 November 2009 19:30
A brand new rollicking romp of a panto
Saturday 5 December to Saturday 12 December 2009
This year why not join Rowntree Players on a journey to London and beyond in their brand new, rollicking romp of a panto – Dick Whittington.
With his belongings in a hankie and Tommy the cat by his side Dick Whittington is off to seek fortune and fame. Join us as he meets a a host of new friends; The culinary flan chef extra-ordinaire - Sarah The Cook and her lazy son Idle Jack who shows us a hilarious new way to milk his shy cow Daisy. Meet Fairy Bowbells as she attempts to stop King Rat and his furry fiends in their evil attempt to control the world. Will Alderman Fitzwarren and his daughter Alice save their rat infested Cheese Emporium from becoming another victim of the credit crunch.
With jokes, songs, drama and the odd flying cheese flan; let Rowntree Players get your festive season off to a flantastic start!
- Saturday 5 December 2009 14:00
- Saturday 5 December 2009 19:30
- Sunday 6 December 2009 14:00
- Monday 7 December 2009 19:30
- Tuesday 8 December 2009 19:30
- Wednesday 9 December 2009 19:30
- Thursday 10 December 2009 19:30
- Friday 11 December 2009 19:30
- Saturday 12 December 2009 14:00
- Saturday 12 December 2009 19:30