There’s a buzz in the air as the final preparations are underway for this year’s Beverley Literature Festival, which starts tomorrow.
As the cricket season finishes with more success for Yorkshire County Cricket Club, local cricket fans can enjoy an afternoon with historian, journalist and former MCC player Richard Tomlinson
Alice and the White Rabbit will be performed at the East Riding Theatre on Sunday 1st November at 2PM. Lasting 45 mins tickets are £8 adults, £7 children and just £26 for family ticket.
Media campaigner, journalist and author Brian Cathcart will be in Beverley on Sunday (5 October) as part of the Beverley Literature Festival to deliver ‘The News from Waterloo’.
Rosie Millard, Chair of Hull City of Culture 2017, will be appearing at Beverley Literature Festival on Friday 2 October. As a former BBC Arts Correspondent, Rosie is used to interviews – as the interviewer
Award-winning authors and poets will be leading creative writing courses throughout this year’s Beverley Literature Festival.
The East Riding has strong connections with the Roman Empire – for anyone with a passion for ancient Rome, Beverley Literature Festival
Tickets go on sale on Tuesday 1 September for Beverley Literature Festival 2015, which will be back in October for the 13th year running, with another packed programme showcasing
SHE Productions will, quite literally, open the gates to The Three Kingdoms and welcome you into their eclectic and interactive world.
The doors of East Riding Theatre will be open to the public to celebrate Yorkshire Day on 1 August. The cafe/bar will be open all day long for Yorkshire cakes,
An all-female theatre company called SHE Productions has been launched in Beverley and their first production will be ‘Beverley Does Broadway’
In order to engage and attract a younger audience, East Riding Theatre has announced a new programme of shows aimed specifically at children
With only a few days to go till the 33rd Beverley Folk Festival kicks off, ticket sales have exceeded all previous year and organisers are looking forward to a bumper year.
Beverley’s folk festival has been said to be one of the foremost events in the area for catching the best of the rising stars of the future. Recent years has certainly shown this to be true