|A Night at the Movies||En Pointe Classical Dance School||Fri 2 Jun to Sat 3 Jun 2017|
|Alan Bennett's 'Talking Heads'||Rowntree Players||Fri 9 Jun to Sat 10 Jun 2017|
|La Traviata||York Opera||Tue 13 Jun to Sat 17 Jun 2017|
|Wyrd Sisters||We Are Theatre||Tue 20 Jun to Wed 21 Jun 2017|
|The Wizard of Oz (RSC Version)||We Are Theatre||Fri 23 Jun to Sat 24 Jun 2017|
A Night at the Movies
Come and watch the talented dancers of En Pointe dance school, York, as they perform to music from your favourite films, dancing Ballet, Pointe, Acro, Jazz, Lyrical, Tap and Contemporary.
En Pointe Classical Dance School
Friday 2 June to Saturday 3 June 2017
We will be taking you back to some of your favourite films, expressing them through dance, come and join us for this wonderful night of excellent dancing, performed by En Pointe dance school.
Alan Bennett's 'Talking Heads'
Three of Bennett’s original, thought provoking and still poignant monologues presented by three new directors.
Friday 9 June to Saturday 10 June 2017
Rowntree Players return to Alan Bennett’s darkly comical and reflective monologues with three new takes on three classic monologues. Each brought to life by a brand new director. Support some of York’s best emerging talent whilst enjoying the prose one of the UK’s best writers.
Verdi's superb sparkling opera of passionate love, morality and mortality.
Tuesday 13 June to Saturday 17 June 2017
York Opera presents in English, with orchestra, one of the world's most popular operas - Verdi's La Traviata. An opera packed with arias and choruses that you'll soon recognise, such as the famous 'Brindisi' drinking chorus.
The story follows fragile and life - loving courtesan Violetta, as she is forced to surrender her love for Alfredo, in order to protect his family's reputation. Will she ever become reunited with her lover again before her fatal illness claims her?
Libretto by F. M Piave
Music by Giuseppe Verdi
Translated by Thomas and Ruth Martin
A wonderful comedy based on Terry Pratchett's Discworld novel
We Are Theatre
Tuesday 20 June to Wednesday 21 June 2017
A brilliant comedy adapted by Stephen Briggs, this tale takes Shakespeare's Macbeth and then turns it up till the knob comes off.
It's up to three witches (including one fond of bunnies!) to save the kingdom from destruction. A great show for all whether a Pratchett fan or not.
The Wizard of Oz (RSC Version)
The musical based upon the original film
We Are Theatre
Friday 23 June to Saturday 24 June 2017
Come with us to the land of Oz and find there really is no place like home. Featuring the classic songs Over the Rainbow and If I only had a brain this enchanting musical really is one for all the family.