|The 39 Steps||Rowntree Players||Thu 5 Mar to Sat 7 Mar 2015|
|Music Night presents a Frank Sinatra Tribute||Joseph Rowntree Theatre||Sun 8 Mar 2015|
|The Wedding Singer||York St. John Musical Production Society||Thu 12 Mar to Sat 14 Mar 2015|
|A Little Night Music||York Musical Theatre Company||Wed 18 Mar to Sat 21 Mar 2015|
|The Wiz||Flying Ducks Youth Theatre||Thu 26 Mar to Sat 28 Mar 2015|
The 39 Steps
The 39 Steps is a melodrama adapted from the 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock and rewritten by Patrick Barlow in 2005.
Thursday 5 March to Saturday 7 March 2015
The story is a classic portrayal of one man's flight from wrong accusation through a series of improbable adventures as he is pursued by the authorities. Romance comes from him being handcuffed to a woman, with whom he ultimately falls in love. Finally, the true villains are exposed and our hero is vindicated.
Music Night presents a Frank Sinatra Tribute
Frank Sinatra Tribute Evening celebrating Old Blue Eyes 100th birthday!
Joseph Rowntree Theatre
Sunday 8 March 2015
Frank Sinatra would be 100 in 2015. To mark the huge contribution he made to popular song our soloists aim to conjure up the magic that was ol’ blue eyes with a selection from his vast repertoire – and they’ll do it their way!
Musical Director: Don Pears.
Soloists include Arnold Durham, George Horne, Graham Kay, Richard Kay, Nik Briggs, Ken Humphreys, Jo Pears, Elaine Pears, Juliet Waters and Nicki Clay.
This is a Fundraising Concert to support The Joseph Rowntree Theatre
The Wedding Singer
Celebrating MPS 50th Anniversary
York St. John Musical Production Society
Thursday 12 March to Saturday 14 March 2015
A 1985 musical comedy, Rock Star wannabe Robbie Heart is a well-known, well-loved wedding singer until the light of his life - Linda, leaves him standing at the altar. Distraught after being jilted by his bride Robbie sets out to destroy everyone else's wedding - then he meets Julia an admiring young waitress who Robbie falls for - only Julia is about to marry a Wall Street shark! Can Robbie pull off a show stopping performance and win the girl of his dreams?
York St. John Musical Production Society (MPS) is an amateur group of students all studying full-time degrees. This year is MPS' 50th Anniversary. To mark the occasion MPS bring The Wedding Singer to stage!
A Little Night Music
A tangled web of love, passion and endless possibilities in Sondheim’s most popular show
York Musical Theatre Company
Wednesday 18 March to Saturday 21 March 2015
You’re invited to a weekend in the country…
Elegant and bewitching actress Desirée Armfeldt invites you to her grand and glamorous country estate where a tangled web of love, passion and endless possibilities weaves its way into the hearts and minds of all her guests.
One of Sondheim’s most popular shows, A Little Night Music is set in turn of the century Sweden in a world of intrigue, desire and waltzes. Winner of countless Broadway and West End awards and featuring the enchanting ‘Send in the Clowns’, this evocative musical costume drama with its sweeping score has charmed audiences the world over.
- melodic and lyrical sophistication. I found myself continually entranced - DAILY TELEGRAPH
- three hours of gloriously barbed bliss and bewitchment - INDEPENDENT
- Sondheim. The master of contemporary musical - NEW YORK TIMES
- book and lyrics touch something sublime in Send in the Clowns - DAILY MAIL
He’s the Wiz and he lives in Oz! Ease on down the yellow brick road with this rock, gospel and soul version of the much-loved story.
Flying Ducks Youth Theatre
Thursday 26 March to Saturday 28 March 2015
He’s The Wiz and he lives in Oz! He’s also the man Dorothy needs to help her get back home to Kansas! But in this modern, urban version of the much-loved The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, Dorothy’s journey through the surreal Land of Oz to the Emerald City is told through amazing rock, gospel and soul songs and energetic dances.
Flying Ducks Youth Theatre are very proud to present this spectacular award-winning musical adventure written by Charlie Smalls and William F. Brown. The Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion all join Dorothy on her quest, and there is still the matter of the Wicked Witch of the West to contend with!