East Yorkshire Motor Services will be running a special Park & Ride service for Beverley Festival of Christmas on Sunday 14 December.
This year’s Beverley Festival has some of the cream of English artists from Billy Bragg to Chas & Dave, with some excellent traditional and contemporary music in between.
With First World War, commemorative events taking place around the UK, and also the National Theatre production of War Horse being beamed to cinemas all over the world, Beverley Folk Festival has announced a performance that brings the audience right into the heart of the story.
Following great success in store, a local optician is urging people in Beverley to continue to dig out their old, unwanted glasses and donate them at the Beverley Festival of Christmas.
The award-winning Beverley Festival of Christmas – now in its 19th year – promises this year to be the best yet, offering traditional favourites alongside new attractions.
Christmas through the Post is a new exhibition taking place at the Treasure House in Beverley from Saturday, 7 December until 8 February 2014.
This year’s Beverley Festival of Christmas will be opened by Strictly Come Dancing star Camilla Dallerup.
Culture vultures are invited to enjoy movies, music and comedy at this year’s Beverley Folk Festival as Beverley Film Society returns to host its pop up Film Club.
It’s not that Beverley Festival shouldn’t be taken seriously, but there again we should all learn to let our hair down at some stage – so this year the festival has made sure it has only the best for its Comedy Nights in June.
As Beverley Festival celebrates 30 years and moves to its new venue at Beverley Racecourse, Lucky Eric and the rest of the ‘Bouncers’ will be arriving at the event in June to give festival goers an insight into the real British Urban Nightlife!
Festival brings top Comedy acts to the Racecourse in June – along with leading music stars! This year’s Beverley Festival has not only secured top names from the world of music, but it has now confirmed some leading comedy acts for its
Robert Campey sent in this collection of images taken a this weekend’s highly successful Festival of Christmas. Tens of thousands of people descended upon the town to enjoy the Beverley Festival of Christmas, which featured plenty of entertainment
It is starting to feel like Christmas in Beverley with the Beverley Festival of Christmas once again proving to be a massive hit the locals and those visiting Beverley.
Beverley Guildhall, The Beverley Treasure House and Beverley Art Gallery will be open to the public on Sunday, 9 December, 10am-4pm, to celebrate Beverley’s Festival of Christmas.
Four acts from this year’s Live and Unsigned competition are set to play the Beverly Festival next weekend, earning the slots after impressing festival promoters at the Live and Unsigned Area Finals.
The Beverley Film Society will present a ‘Triple Bill’ at the Beverley Festival later this month. From 15 -17 June Beverley will once again host three days of entertainment at the Beverley Leisure Centre.