|Steve Cassidy Band||Steve Cassidy Band||Sun 8 May 2016|
|One Man Two Guvnors||Pick Me Up Theatre||Wed 11 May to Sun 15 May 2016|
|From Fame to Phantom||The York Orchard Theatre Company||Wed 18 May 2016|
|Lights, Camera, Action!||York St John Dance||Fri 20 May 2016|
|Dance of the Seasons||En Pointe Classical Dance School||Sat 21 May 2016|
|Alice in Wonderland||Rowntree Players||Thu 26 May to Sat 28 May 2016|
|An Evening with the Military Wives Choir York & Friends||Joseph Rowntree Theatre||Sun 29 May 2016|
Steve Cassidy Band
The versatile Cassidy Band joined by their talented friends.
Steve Cassidy Band
Sunday 8 May 2016
Steve Cassidy loves performing at The Joseph Rowntree Theatre along with his wonderful and versatile band. They will be joined by the children from St George’s School who made an impact last year when appearing with Steve. He was Headteacher at St George’s and still helps the children’s choir each week at the school.
Carol Addy is a delightful singer who often sings accompanied by Steve Flanagan, the bands guitarist, at gigs in the city. She will bring her own magic to the evening.
Las Vegas Ken Sanderson frequently appears with Steve’s band on their concerts; audiences love his unique brand of entertainment.
Mick Hull will add his ukulele virtuosity and singing voice to the night.
One Man Two Guvnors
Richard Bean's award-winning smash-hit in London and on Broadway
Pick Me Up Theatre
Wednesday 11 May to Sunday 15 May 2016
Richard Bean's award-winning One Man, Two Guvnors – a smash-hit in London and on Broadway – takes a classic Italian comedy by Goldoni and turns it into a riotous British farce full of slapstick, songs and laugh-out-loud one-liners.
Sacked from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall finds employment with small-time East End gangster Roscoe – who's actually Roscoe's twin sister Rachel in disguise. Roscoe has been killed by Rachel's boyfriend – upper-class twit Stanley. Ever-hungry Francis spots the opportunity for another meal ticket by taking on a second job working for Stanley. And, of course, neither Stanley nor Rachel are aware that they are both employing the same man as their inefficient minder. Confused? It doesn't matter. From start to finish it's a feast of visual and verbal humour.
The original production, starring James Cordon, opened to rave reviews at the National Theatre in 2011, and went on to the West End and Broadway.
Pick Me Up's cast includes Phil Grainger as Francis Henshall, James Potter as Stanley Stubbers, Mick Liversidge as Alfie, Maya Bartley O'Dea as Rachel Crabbe, Maya Tether as Dolly, Nick Lewis as Charlie Clench, Holly Surtees-Smith as Pauline Clench and Sam Baxter as Alan Dangle with live music from The Craze led by James Wood.
From Fame to Phantom
A journey through the musicals
The York Orchard Theatre Company
Wednesday 18 May 2016
The York Orchard Theatre Company presents From Fame to Phantom - a collection of songs from musicals past and present, including exclusive previews of their upcoming productions of Little Shop of Horrors and Rent.
Lights, Camera, Action!
A celebration of Dance Club's achievements this year
York St John Dance
Friday 20 May 2016
A summer show to celebrate all the hard work put in by York St John’s Dance club this year! Featuring this semester’s class and competition dances plus guest acts.
A fun and entertaining evening to showcase our club’s talent!
Dance of the Seasons
En Pointe presents a creative and vibrant display of young classical ballet performers in ‘Dance of the Seasons’.
En Pointe Classical Dance School
Saturday 21 May 2016
Come and support some of the best talent in York, as we present Dance of the Seasons. A vibrant display of young dancers as they perform in their annual EnPointe performance.
Dedicate. Perform. Achieve.
Alice in Wonderland
Join Alice as she meets strange characters in strange places.
Thursday 26 May to Saturday 28 May 2016
Join Alice as she meets the strangest of characters in the strangest of circumstances in the family favourite by Lewis Carroll.
An Evening with the Military Wives Choir York & Friends
Sharing the music that makes us stronger together.
Joseph Rowntree Theatre
Sunday 29 May 2016
Join the Military Wives Choir York and guests for a fabulous evening of emotive and uplifting music and entertainment. Come and hear some of your favourite songs with special appearances from talented local soloists to the Gurkha Khukuri Dance - this intimate concert is not to be missed!