|When You Wish Upon A Star||York Musical Theatre Company||Thu 4 Oct to Sat 6 Oct 2018|
|Steve Cassidy Band and Friends||Steve Cassidy Band||Sun 7 Oct 2018|
|Doug Scott A Crawl Down The Ogre||Due North Events||Mon 8 Oct 2018|
|It's Dance Time!||Barbara Taylor School of Dancing||Sat 13 Oct 2018|
|Shakespeare Schools Festival||Shakespeare Schools Foundation||Mon 15 Oct 2018|
|Frozen||Victoria Rooke School of Dance and Drama||Sat 20 Oct 2018|
|Oklahoma!||The Bev Jones Music Company||Wed 24 Oct to Sat 27 Oct 2018|
|Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat||York Stage Musicals||Wed 31 Oct to Sat 3 Nov 2018|
When You Wish Upon A Star
The enchanting music from the magical world of Walt Disney
York Musical Theatre Company
Thursday 4 October to Saturday 6 October 2018
"That's the trouble with the world. Too many people grow up." Walt Disney.
It's hard to imagine a childhood without the magic of Walt Disney. The timeless songs, characters and films that Disney has created over the many years since the first creation of Mickey Mouse 90 years ago have charmed and enthralled children and adults the world over.
We bring a selection of those enchanting songs to the stage in this magical journey of Disney through the decades.
FAMILY TICKET OFFER AVAILABLE, 2 Adults 2 Children £40
Steve Cassidy Band and Friends
The band return with more of their talented friends.
Steve Cassidy Band
Sunday 7 October 2018
Steve and the band welcome Andrea Begley the winner of the 2013 TV talent search show The Voice who joins regular guests Community Chorus and St George's Primary School Choir.
Doug Scott A Crawl Down The Ogre
Doug will be telling a thrilling story of hard climbing, team-work and survival against all odds.
Due North Events
Monday 8 October 2018
Doug Scott CBE and that other icon of mountaineering, Chris Bonington, made the first ascent of The Ogre (7285m) in the Karakoram range in July 1977. Their climb extended the boundaries of what had been achieved before at that altitude. But it was the subsequent descent from the summit in the dark, turning a catalogue of disasters that would have defeated most people, into an epic which has since entered mountaineering folklore. It was 24 years before The Ogre was climbed again.
Doug will be telling a thrilling story of hard climbing, team work and survival against all odds, in his famously laconic and humorous style. The talk has been refreshed with the aid of recently discovered photographs and material from diaries from other members of the team – Chris Bonington, Nick Estcourt and Clive Rowland - plus cine film and audio tapes recently discovered in an attic and made by the late Mo Anthoine on the expedition.
Proceeds from the talks will help support the work of Community Action Nepal canepal.org.uk. Doug will update the audience on CAN’s progress with post-Nepal Earthquake reconstruction of its projects.
The evening will include a sale of Nepalese goods, Christmas cards and posters, and will be followed by an auction of framed mountaineering prints signed by famous mountaineers, such as Reinhold Messner, Chris Bonington and Stephen Venables, to support the work of the charity. Doug will also be signing copies of his award-winning autobiography Up And About and his latest book, The Ogre – Biography of a mountain and the dramatic story of the first ascent
It's Dance Time!
A festival arrangement of dance involving the whole school.
Barbara Taylor School of Dancing
Saturday 13 October 2018
Ballet, Tap, Freestyle Jazz, Street, Musical Theatre and Adult Tap, with excerpts from Annie and Cinderella.
All proceeds to Wigginton Primary School for performing arts and York Against Cancer.
Shakespeare Schools Festival
The Shakespeare Schools Foundation is proud to present the world's largest youth drama festival.
Shakespeare Schools Foundation
Monday 15 October 2018
Join us for an exhilarating evening, featuring a series of unique abridged Shakespeare productions by local schools.
See Shakespeare's timeless stories brought to life like never before, and support young people from your community as they take to the stage.
Details of the schools performing can be found at shakespeareschools.org/the-festival.
Shakespeare Schools Foundation is a cultural education charity, transforming lives through the unique power of Shakespeare. This year we mark our 18th birthday with "A Season of Democracy" in which young people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities have been finding their "voice" in their school rehearsal room and culminating in a thrilling night of theatre.
The story of Frozen told in dance, drama and song.
Victoria Rooke School of Dance and Drama
Saturday 20 October 2018
Elsa, Anna and the people of Arendelle are trapped in eternal winter due to Elsa's magic. Will they save Anna in time?
A happy show guaranteed to have you smiling and clapping.
The Bev Jones Music Company
Wednesday 24 October to Saturday 27 October 2018
Not seen in York for many years, we bring you this feel good musical full of sunshine and cowboys as well as catchy tunes and dancing girls all topped off with humour and plenty of drama. In addition to our resident singers we introduce some new faces to our resident cast.
With Sally Lewis (director of Fiddler on the Roof) at the helm this lovely musical will set your hearts on fire with "The Surrey with the Fringe on Top", "I Cain't Say No", "Many a New Day" and, of course, "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning".
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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
The Dreamer returns to York for a 50th anniversary celebration.
York Stage Musicals
Wednesday 31 October to Saturday 3 November 2018
York Stage Musicals return to the theatre with a new production of the Andrew Lloyd-Webber classic.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the show, York Stage have brought together 50 of the city's youngest shining stars to tell the tale of a dreamer like you.
Featuring songs such as Any Dream Will Do, Close Every Door To Me and Go Go Go Joseph this show promises to bring you all of the energy, excitement and quality York Stage are famous for. Get your tickets now to avoid disappointment.
Directed by Nik Briggs