There will be a chance to join artist-photographer Nii Obodai on Saturday, 28 September at 2pm at Beverley Art Gallery to find out how his time exploring the East Riding went on to inspire his new exhibition, ‘Of Natural Magic’, which is currently on display in the Gallery. Tickets cost £5 per person and are available now.
Beverley Theatre Company (BTC) are pleased to announce that their next production will be CHESHIRE CATS, by Gail Young.
Grown women, aching feet and heaving bosoms! Follow the Cheshire Cats team as they speedwalk their way to fundraising success in the London Moonwalk.
Popular author Christy Lefteri will be coming to Beverley Art Gallery on Friday, 18 October, at 7pm.
Shew will be there as part of the East Riding Festival of Words While there she will talk about her bestselling work, The Beekeeper of Aleppo.
Beverley Theatre Company has announced that their Christmas Pantomine will be Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
The ever-popular seasonal show will take place at the Beverley Memorial Hall between the 27 November and 1 December.
Lovers of a good murder mystery should put Saturday, 19 October in their diaries.
This is when the Beverley Memorial Hall will host a Murder Mystery Dinner from 7.30pm, as part of the East Riding Festival of Words.
Writer and long-distance walker Raynor Winn will be in Beverley on Sunday, 20 October, to talk about her hugely popular book, ‘The Salt Path’, as part of the East Riding Festival of Words 2019.
When they lost their home and livelihood, just as her husband Moth was also diagnosed with a terminal illness, Raynor and Moth started walking. They impulsively decided to walk the 630 miles South West Coast Path, at a time in their lives when they seemed to have nothing left, and no time.
As Take That celebrate over 25 years as the UK’s number one boy band, The Take That Experience is heading to Beverley.
Presented by Sweeney Entertainments, the group have been together for other a decade and are the ultimate tribute act.
Classically Yours, winner of the 2017 Royal Philharmonic Society Award for Audience and Engagement, is to return to the East Riding to allow people to discover, enjoy and take part in a range of orchestral music activities.
This new season will bring some of the UK’s top orchestras, including Manchester Camerata, Sinfonia Viva, Britten Sinfonia and The Hallé Orchestra to the area. Performing in Beverley, Bridlington and Withernsea, there will be special concerts for children, families and older people, and opportunities for community groups to work with the orchestras.
Lifestyle team Homeless Helpers are staging a family fun day this Saturday at Moelscroft Playing fields.
Homeless Helpers is made up of, George Tatton, Jake Leyland-Jones, Matthew Harris, Jake Roberts and Luca Barker. The five lads have set up the day as they look to raise funds for the charity Emmaus.
Beverley’s winter music festival, Stage4Beverley returns for its fourth year in February (12th – 16th ) and looks set to bring a quality line-up of artists to its host the East Riding Theatre.
As a festival offering winter cheer to the long, dark nights, it has proved highly popular for its innovative approach to programming and for bringing together audiences with a wide range of musical interests.
The East Riding Festival of Words will be back from 15 – 20 October, bringing popular authors to the local area to talk about murder, belonging and a great deal more besides.
Writers including Christy Lefteri, Ann Cleeves and Jessica Fellowes will all be in Beverley, as part of the event organised by East Riding Libraries.
Beverley Fringe Festival got underway at the Sun Inn with the popular venue hosting a number of Ukulele bands.
Groups from across the region were at the Sun Inn however it was the ‘home band’ who got proceedings underway.
Thousands of people flocked into Beverley to enjoy the hundreds of classic cars that were on display.
Organised by the East Yorkshire Thoroughbred Car Club the event proved yet again to be popular with locals and visitors alike.
Returning to Flemingate Car Park on Sunday, 7 July 2019 at 4PM.
The Multi-Story Orchestra is bringing one of the most famous pieces of 1960s music – Terry Riley’s In C – to Beverley for an unmissable performance for all the family.
Beverley Town Council will be hosting a Great Get Together later this month. The event was set up in the memory of MP Jo Cox.
This will be the third year that Beverley Town Council have staged the event and all residents are invited.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition will be back for a third year in the Treasure House from Saturday, 22 June to Saturday, 14 September, accompanied by an exciting programme of events throughout.
On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the exhibition will feature 100 awe-inspiring images, from fascinating animal behaviour to breath-taking wild landscapes.