|Be My Baby||Rowntree Players||Thu 3 Mar to Sat 5 Mar 2011|
|The Songs Of Michael Buble - performed by Craig Turnbull and the Bridge Rats Big||Craig Turnbull||Sat 12 Mar 2011|
|Music Night||Joseph Rowntree Theatre||Sun 13 Mar 2011|
|Sweet Charity||YSJSU Musical Production Society||Thu 17 Mar to Fri 18 Mar 2011|
|Sing-a-long-a Pirates-of Penzance||Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company||Sat 19 Mar 2011|
|Showstoppers 2011||Lisa Marie Performing Arts||Sat 26 Mar 2011|
Be My Baby
Thursday 3 March to Saturday 5 March 2011
Northern England 1964. Four unwed pregnant tearaways are brought together at St Saviours, a church run home. Over 2 months we share their fears, hopes and aspirations, in their unforeseen and unforgettable circumstances.
Surrounded by the music of the Dixie Cups, the Shangri-La’s and of course the Ronettes, this play couples tragedy with humour resulting in an unforgettable evening of drama that will stay with you for ever.
The Songs Of Michael Buble - performed by Craig Turnbull and the Bridge Rats Big
In Aid of Macmillan Cancer Care
Saturday 12 March 2011
The modern hits and reworked classics made famous by Michael Buble performed live with the Bridge Rats Big Band, with support from the Kate Peters Band
Sunday Night Is Music Night
Joseph Rowntree Theatre
Sunday 13 March 2011
YSJSU Musical Production Society
Thursday 17 March to Friday 18 March 2011
York St John Musical Production Society Presents Sweet Charity, a musical with music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by Dorothy Fields and book by Neil Simon. It is based on Federico Fellini's screenplay for Nights of Cabiria. However, where Fellini's black-and-white Italian film concerns the romantic ups-and-downs of an ever-hopeful prostitute, in the musical the central character is a dancer-for-hire at a Times Square dance hall.
The musical boasts huge hits such as Big Spender and If My Friends Could See Me Now as well as many more well known songs.
The main character Charity works at a dance club where she has seen only the dark side of life through bad relationships. One day she meets Oscar and believes her luck has changed. When things turn sour, Charity stays sweet and hopeful that someday her ideals will materialize. The show has been created by our creative team: Director – Michael Peck; Choreographer – Naomi Prescott; MD/Conductor – Jonathan Rees; AMD - Lauren Smith
It’s a musical for every one of all ages. So grab your tickets, warm up your vocals and come join us for what will be a fantastic show!
For ticket enquires please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 07929 241795. Tickets also available at the students union on selected days
Sing-a-long-a Pirates-of Penzance
Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company
Saturday 19 March 2011
Whether it's the patter of I am the very model of a modern Major-General, the triumphant shouts of Oh, better far to live and die ...I am a pirate king or the classic comedy policemen in When the foeman bares his steel there can't be many people who haven't heard and loved a song from Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance. A hit with audiences since it's premiere 131 years ago, the tale of Frederic, an apprentice pirate, who falls in love with Mabel, the daughter of Major-General Stanley, is returning to York this March with a twist.
Sing-a-long-a-Pirates of Penzance will provide an evening of entertainment for everyone. Performed by Jorvik Gilbert and Sullivan Company, this semi staged production, with narration encourages audience participation with all the choruses. Song sheets will be provided but if you have your own score you are welcome to bring it along. An excellent way to enjoy this popular production, suitable for all ages.
Lisa Marie Performing Arts
Saturday 26 March 2011