|Tutti Amici - Fundraising with Friends||Tutti Amici||Tue 7 Nov 2017|
|Barnum||York Light Youth||Fri 3 Nov to Sat 11 Nov 2017|
|The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe||NE Musicals YORK||Wed 15 Nov to Sat 18 Nov 2017|
|Shakespeare Schools Festival||Shakespeare Schools Foundation||Tue 21 Nov to Wed 22 Nov 2017|
|Disney's My Son Pinocchio JR and Into The Woods JR||Tom Ball Live||Sun 26 Nov 2017|
Tutti Amici - Fundraising with Friends
Tutti Amici invite singing friends to join them at a free concert.
Tuesday 7 November 2017
Tutti Amici is inviting singing friends to join them for this free concert.
The York youth choir is singing and raising funds that will help fund them to sing Handel's Messiah in The Royal Albert Hall in 2018 with other youth choirs from the UK and Europe.
Tutti Amici will be collecting donations at the end of the concert. The choir will also be holding a raffle to raise funds for York Light Youth.
This concert is in partnership with York Light Youth.
Roll up, roll up, don't miss "The Greatest Show on Earth"!
York Light Youth
Friday 3 November to Saturday 11 November 2017
Barnum's the name, P.T. Barnum. And I want to tell you that tonight you are going to see - bar none - every sight, wonder and miracle that name stands for
Here is the show that traces the career of Phineas Taylor Barnum, America's greatest showman, The Prince of Humbug from 1835 to 1881, the year he joined with James A Bailey to form The Greatest Show on Earth.
Despite the objections of his wife, Chairy, Barnum attempts to create a show in which the main attractions are the freaks of society - the oldest woman alive, Joice Heth, the smallest man in the world, Tom Thumb; he builds his American Museum - and falls for the charms of the glamorous Swedish opera singer, Jenny Lind. Eventually, to appease Chairy, Barnum agrees to give up the show and start a normal life, lived in black & white rather than the colour he craves.
But in the end Barnum returns to the circus business in grand fashion by forming a partnership with James A Bailey - and the start of a circus tradition, which lasts until May 2017, just as York Light Youth started their rehearsals for Barnum.
The score includes There's a Sucker Born Ev'ry Minute; One Brick At a Time; The Colors of my Life; Black and White and, of course, Come Follow the Band.
Weekday Family Ticket: £55 (2 adult,2 children), £53 (1 Adult +3 Children)
Sat Family Ticket: £60 (2 Adults, 2 Children), £56 (1 Adult, 3 Children)
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
C. S. Lewis’s fantastic tale of the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a magical musical adventure which will take you on a journey you will never forget.
NE Musicals YORK
Wednesday 15 November to Saturday 18 November 2017
NE Musicals York invite you to enter the magical land of Narnia. A land that lies behind the wardrobe door where animals talk, trees can walk, and a White Witch covers the landscape with snow, bewitching you with Turkish Delight.
Can Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter save the land from eternal winter and can Aslan, the mighty lion, rescue them whenever they get into trouble?
C. S. Lewis’s first tale of Narnia is loved by children and adults the world over and now comes to life on stage in Irita Kutchmy’s musical adaptation. Just open the wardrobe door. You will never believe what you will find!
Shakespeare Schools Festival
The Schools' Shakespeare Foundation are proud to present the world's largest youth drama festival.
Shakespeare Schools Foundation
Tuesday 21 November to Wednesday 22 November 2017
Join us for a series of unique Shakespeare productions staged by your schools.
Whether you are a parent, friend or another local school, we invite you to an exhilarating evening of theatre where you will see Shakespeare's stories brought to life like never before.
Every child in every school ought to have the chance to experience this magical process. To bring the enchantment of Shakespeare to thousands of children - there's no more magical process in the whole of education. Long live the Shakespeare Schools Festival! — Philip Pullman, Author and SSF Patron.
Disney's My Son Pinocchio JR and Into The Woods JR
Join us as we perform not one, but two shows back to back.
Tom Ball Live
Sunday 26 November 2017
Tom Ball Live Academy know how to spoil an audience and these two shows are no exception.
The Junior Musical Theatre students will be performing the fabulous Disney's My Son Pinocchio JR, the classic Disney story, from the toymaker Geppetto's perspective, featuring the beloved songs When You Wish Upon a Star and I've Got No Strings, alongside a host of new songs.
The Senior Musical Theatre students will be performing Into the Woods JR. Be careful what you wish for as this cock-eyed fairytale comes to life. It features all your favourite characters - Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack (and his beanstalk) and the Witch, in this lyrically rich retelling of The Brothers Grimm fables.
Both shows are fantastic and completely different and we are delighted to bring these amazing shows to you all.