|The Legend of King Arthur||Oddsocks||Sat 9 Jan 2016|
|Penny Millionaire||The Bev Jones Music Company||Mon 18 Jan to Sat 23 Jan 2016|
|York Community Choir Festival||Joseph Rowntree Theatre||Thu 28 Jan to Sat 30 Jan 2016|
|York Residents' Festival 2016||Joseph Rowntree Theatre||Sat 30 Jan 2016|
|The Phantom of the Opera||The York Orchard Theatre Company||Wed 3 Feb to Sat 6 Feb 2016|
The Legend of King Arthur
Saturday 9 January 2016
Oddsocks are bringing to life The Legend of King Arthur.
Prepare for magic, music and mirth as the boy who would be king pulls the sword from the stone. Cheer for your favourite jousting knight of the round table, admire the gutsy Lady Guinevere as she reveals her strength and skills, gasp at the magic Merlin as he controls the twists and turns of this classic English legend.
An exciting, interactive and action-packed winter treat for all the family!
Here’s what the audience said about their 2014/15 production of The Wind In The Willows
- Fantastic family entertainment!
- Wonderful – fun for the little ones to 95 year old Grandmas!
- Ridiculously hilarious as always!
- Great fun – three generations thoroughly enjoyed it!
What did the press think?
- A joy to behold! - Derby Telegraph
- Alive with invention, humour and surprise! – British Theatre Guide
- A great laugh for all the family! - William Stafford – Views From A Bum
A brand new musical composed by York's very own Bev Jones.
The Bev Jones Music Company
Monday 18 January to Saturday 23 January 2016
An unashamedly traditional musical, bursting with lavish melodies and harmonies, exotic dance routines, love passion and drama based upon the riches to rags to riches , real life story of Paul Gauguin , the French artist, set in Paris and The South sea Islands.
Bev Jones at his very best – and we are staging it as a legacy to the genius himself !
York Community Choir Festival
Three nights - 11 choirs! Celebrate the joy of singing.
Joseph Rowntree Theatre
Thursday 28 January to Saturday 30 January 2016
From 28 – 30 January, the stage of the Joseph Rowntree Theatre will welcome some of the finest vocal ensembles from York and nearby when it hosts the first York Community Choir Festival.
In total, 11 choirs will perform over the three nights of the Festival, with the line-ups as follows:
Thursday 28 January, 7.30pm
- Tutti Amici
- The Vocal Vikings
- The Macmillan Cancer Care Workplace Choir
- The South Bank Singers
Friday 29 January, 7.30pm
- In Harmony
- Spirit of Harmony
Saturday 30 January, 7.00pm
- The Stamford Bridge Singers
- Main Street Sound
- York Musical Theatre Company
York Residents' Festival 2016
A chance to step behind the curtain of York's Art Deco theatre, with free tours, trails and talks.
Joseph Rowntree Theatre
Saturday 30 January 2016
Part of York Residents' Festival 2016, everyone is invited to see what happens backstage at a traditional theatre.
Come and join us at Joseph Rowntree Theatre for behind the scenes tours and a children’s treasure hunt! Tea and coffee available all day as well as the opportunity to talk to volunteers about their role at the theatre and find out about upcoming shows.
The Phantom of the Opera
The Phantom of the Opera- Youth Group Production
The York Orchard Theatre Company
Wednesday 3 February to Saturday 6 February 2016
Following the success of their production of Jekyll & Hyde the Musical in 2015, The York Orchard Musical Theatre Company are delighted to present The Phantom of the Opera.
The Phantom of the Opera is an iconic musical with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Charles Hart with additions from Richard Stilgoe. Now in it’s 30th year in the West End, Phantom continues to entrance audiences around the world.
With stunning special effects, superbly talented cast and mesmerising set and costumes, The Phantom of the Opera promises to be a spectacular show not to be missed.