East Riding Theatre has three recruits undertaking a vital task and working tirelessly from a garage in Beverley. Jane Marling, Liz Wray and Helen Clarke
Beverley’s Georgian festival will feature a stage adaptation of Jane Austen’s posthumously published novel, Lady Susan, written by local writers, Mary Aherne and Sue Parr.
Forget Me Not, a play written by Terry Cavender especially for this year’s Beverley Armed Forces Day Commemorations will be performed at this year’s event in St Mary’s Church.
Organisers of the community project to provide a professional theatre in Beverley are delighted to announce that almost 100 seats have now been sold as part of their ‘Sponsor a seat’ campaign.
It has been announced that Beverley Art Gallery will receive investment as part of next year’s £117 million capital investment programme.
East Riding Theatre on Lord Roberts Road in Beverley, will open in June. Yet, there is lots of work to be done and money to be raised.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is maintaining its support for the arts across the region by awarding grants totalling nearly £50,000 to eight organisations.
The Beverley Folk Festival is looking to have one of its most successful events ever this June and part of that, says Artistic Director Chris Wade “is due to the strong partnerships we have developed with other local arts organisations.
A Mid-Winter Festival, celebrating theatre and music, will take place in support of Beverley’s new East Riding Theatre – set to launch in 2013.
The team behind Beverley’s brand new professional theatre, planned to open in 2013, has confirmed its name and unveiled its new identity. The not-for-profit company is the brainchild of the highly acclaimed actor, Vincent Regan