A pop-up theatre production, ‘The Memory Project’ will be touring East Riding libraries in November.
Smashing Mirrors Theatre will bring a touching and emotional new show to Beverley and also six other venues. Based on interviews with real East Yorkshire families. It is looking at the difficult, trying, yet often hilarious journey through dementia.
All Year 11 students who live in Beverley and beyond are warmly invited to Longcroft School’s 2018 Sixth Form Information Evening on Thursday 27 September. The evening starts with a presentation at 6pm in the Longcroft Theatre.
It is that time of year again, when GCSE students in Year 11 begin to consider their options for further study. This event is a good opportunity to find out what Longcroft Sixth Form has to offer and talk to individual Subject Teachers.
The dynamism of colour, liquid, and motion electrified art students at Longcroft when David Lund, one of the UK’s foremost commercial and art photographers, visited on Thursday 12th July to share his knowledge and expertise.
Lund, who specialises in liquid photography, and numbers Rolls Royce, Shell Oil, and Baileys among his clients, began the day working with sixth-formers, allowing them to experience what a professional photo shoot is like.
Beverley Team, AC Maldini played a tight close game against a Hull City Ex Tigers squad including Wembley goal scoring hero Dean Windass, Nathan Doyle, Pete Skipper, Tim Hotte and Adam Lowthorpe wearing the black and Amber shirts
The game was in aid of Life For a Kid a Hull based charity who do so much good work for disabled children and their families in this area.
Melvin Burgess, the Carnegie Medal winning author, visited Longcroft School and Sixth Form College to talk to students about being a writer, how important it is to work at something you enjoy in life, and sticking to your dreams.
Students at Longcroft School welcomed representatives from the Tour de Yorkshire to the school, giving them a chance to get a close look at the events trophies.
As part of a day-long series of visits to local schools and a public display, organisers brought the event trophies in for students to see for themselves and to create enthusiasm for the forthcoming tour.