|2019 York Chinese Spring Festival Gala||University of York Chinese Society||Fri 1 Feb 2019|
|West End Nights||NAP Music Productions||Sat 2 Feb 2019|
|Kiss Me, Kate||Joseph Rowntree Theatre Company||Wed 6 Feb to Sat 9 Feb 2019|
|York Music Forum Showcase||York Music Forum||Sun 10 Feb 2019|
|Alice in Wonderland||The Patricia Veale School of Dance||Fri 15 Feb to Sat 16 Feb 2019|
|Legally Blonde||The University of York Central Hall Musical Society||Thu 21 Feb to Sat 23 Feb 2019|
|The Pirates of Penzance||The University of York Gilbert & Sullivan Society||Thu 28 Feb to Sat 2 Mar 2019|
2019 York Chinese Spring Festival Gala
Celebrate Lunar New Year Together
University of York Chinese Society
Friday 1 February 2019
Come and join us to celebrate the Lunar New Year together!!
In the tradition of mainland China, everyone would watch the New Year Gala with their family on New Year Eve. As people are studying or working in the UK and not able to fly back home, the Chinese Society is holding a New Year Gala to let you feel like being home! We wish the show could reduce a bit of your homesickness.
Happy New Year.
West End Nights
A night of show-stopping songs from the world's best musicals!
NAP Music Productions
Saturday 2 February 2019
The show promises a wonderful evening celebrating the finest and best loved songs from the dazzling London West End.
It will provide you with two hours of the great musical classics as well as a selection from some of the latest shows and new musical revivals.
During the evening you will hear songs from some of your favourite musicals such as The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, The Greatest Showman, Miss Saigon, Jekyll and Hyde, Me & My Girl, Oklahoma! and many more.
The fantastic show-stopping songs from some of the greatest musical theatre songwriters are brought together with the stunning vocal talents of the West End Night's 2019 cast.
Kiss Me, Kate
Get two musicals for the price of one with a timeless classic that promises to be Wunderbar!
Joseph Rowntree Theatre Company
Wednesday 6 February to Saturday 9 February 2019
It's time to Brush Up Your Shakespeare for Cole Porter's ground breaking show-within-a-show, Kiss Me, Kate. Will director Fred Graham tame his fiery leading lady - and ex-wife - Lilli Vanessi?
Will up-and-coming ingenue Lois Lane (no, not that one) tame her wayward boyfriend Bill’s gambling habit? And will their musical version of The Taming of the Shrew ever make it to the stage?
Join us for our Wunderbar fundraising show to find out. It promises to be Too Darn Hot to miss!
A fundraising event for Joseph Rowntree Theatre Registered Charity
York Music Forum Showcase
An afternoon of amazing music.
York Music Forum
Sunday 10 February 2019
Some of the finest youth ensembles in the city perform amazing music including concert bands, choirs and jazz ensembles.
All of the ensembles are part of York Music Forum… the place where young musicians are heard!
Alice in Wonderland
The Patricia Veale School of Dance return with an exciting new performance of Alice in Wonderland.
The Patricia Veale School of Dance
Friday 15 February to Saturday 16 February 2019
A much loved quirky story told through ballet, jazz, contemporary and a variety of dazzling dance styles.
Alice finds herself among many new mysterious friends on her adventure into the fantasy of wonderland...
CHMS' amazing production of the fun, cheerful and heartfelt musical!
The University of York Central Hall Musical Society
Thursday 21 February to Saturday 23 February 2019
Join Elle Woods as she moves from her Los Angeles Sorority to the hallowed halls of Harvard Law in an effort to win back her ex-boyfriend.
Along the way she learns to have faith in her abilities and to stick up for herself and her beliefs, proving she's more than just blonde hair and a pretty face.
This is a fantastic and hilarious show, with touching and heartfelt scenes. Truly a must-see show!
The Pirates of Penzance
Buckle your swashes for a lively adventure!
The University of York Gilbert & Sullivan Society
Thursday 28 February to Saturday 2 March 2019
Join us for a swashbuckling adventure set in the heart of Cornwall; complete with dancing Pirate Kings, Major-Generals who sing far too fast, and a strange paradox that is (almost) too ridiculous to believe, all set to the wonderful music of Gilbert and Sullivan.
This timeless show will leave you laughing in your seats, produced and performed by a group of talented students from the University of York as they re-enact the phenomenon that swept Victorian society over a century ago.