After a sell-out performance in 2015, Beverley’s East Riding Theatre is bringing back the popular Québec band Le Vent du Nord as a part of its musical programme for July.
Beverley Folk Festival was held over the weekend with organisers saying thousands of people came along to enjoy the music and other activities.
Written by Jessica Duffield & Annie Kirkman, The StorytEllas starts high up on a shelf, where books bursting with fairytales fuse into one scrambled story, bringing three self(ie) obsessed girls together.
Folk Legend Mike Harding is encouraging people both local and from further afield to support this year’s Beverley Folk Festival.
Beverley Musical Theatre are putting the final touches to their latest production 9 to 5 that will take place at the Beverley Memorial Hall in June.
Another great season of music is being lined up by the innovative East Riding Theatre in Beverley, with a few shocks and surprises in store, including an evening of “lost knitting songs”
Beverley Folk Festival has announced major additions to the line-up for what’s already acknowledged as the biggest musical event in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Beverley Community Choir are staging an evening of music and song at Toll Gavel Church, Beverley, on Saturday 14th May at 7.30PM.
Voluntary youth organisations across the region are celebrating after receiving grants at a ceremony hosted by the East Riding of Yorkshire youth and family support service.
Beverley Minster is set to be transformed into the Tower Ballroom, Beverley as The Beverley Arts Trust presents celebrity BBC Radio 2 Organist Nigel Ogden in a special concert on Saturday 16 April.
Beverley violin maker and restorer, Peter Hall, is celebrating the first New Paths Music festival by opening his workshop to the public on Saturday 9th April.
Beverley Musical Theatre takes a break from tradition and will give Beverley an upbeat, amusing, poignant show, 9 to 5.
Major changes in programming policy and ticket prices have been announced by Beverley Folk Festival aimed at giving festival-goers in 2016 more for their money than ever before.
Children at Cherry Burton Pre-school have been celebrating Chinese New Year this week with an array of exciting activities, including a sumptuous Chinese Banquet full of traditional Chinese food
Local musicians who are regular at the Tuesday open mic night which is held at the Sun Inn got together for a festive evening of music.
Christmas, birthdays and other gift buying events seem to come round faster and faster each year, but trying to choose something thoughtful and unique each time can be difficult.
Pupils from the Year’s 5 and 6 St Nicholas Primary School took part in a WW2 Experience Day. With the help of volunteers from Hull Peoples Memorial pupils benefited from learning about WW2
Beverley Folk Festival has launched the plans for 2016 with a raft of headline acts. They include the multi-award winning Kate Rusby, folk-rockers Steeleye Span and rising stars, The Young’uns.