The success of British director, Steven Lewis Simpson’s adaptation of the bestselling novel, Neither Wolf Nor Dog defies logic—Hollywood logic that is.
Produced and financed by his UK company, with 18 shoot days in the US’s poorest region, a crew of two and a 95-year-old lead actor, the US self-distributed release was launched in small towns and outperformed Hollywood blockbusters in numerous multiplexes.
The exciting programme of children’s events in the East Riding Festival of Words includes a Ninja Alien Pirate Party at the Parkway Cinema in Beverley on Saturday, 19 October at 11am.
Award-winning children’s author Gareth P Jones will sing, play and rap songs inspired by his collection of published books including ‘Ninja Meerkats’, ‘Steampunk Pirates’, and ‘The Dinosaurs are Having a Party’.
Film lovers can enjoy twice as much big-screen entertainment this month courtesy of Beverley Film Society.
In addition to its regular programming of ten films, screened on the second Thursday of every month between September and June, society members can also enjoy three extra films throughout the season at no additional cost.
As preparations get underway for the Arctic Corsair to be re-berthed in Hull, the story of its builder, Cook, Welton & Gemmell of Beverley, is about to receive a big-screen preview showing at the town’s Parkway Cinema in August.
‘Trawling Through Time: The Story Of Cook, Welton & Gemmell, Shipbuilders’ is the culmination of the East Riding Archives project of the same name, sponsored by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
This July, Remarkable Arts are bringing their Remarkable production of ‘Rock Britannia’ to the Parkway Cinema and Theatre at the Flemingate Shopping Centre, Beverley, in an event supported by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Starring their Rock Choirs from across the county and accompanied by an exceptional live band of professional musicians, for one night only Remarkable Rock brings Beverley the best of British Rock.
T.Rextasy, presented by Sweeney Entertainments, return to venues across the UK in 2019 transporting audiences back to relive the good old days of the 1970s.
Marc Bolan, with his band T.Rex, was one of the most flamboyant and charismatic stars of the original glam rock era. With Bolan’s special ingredient of Rock-a-Boogie songs, the band had a string of huge hits throughout the 1970s including Love to Boogie, Telegram Sam, Jeepster and 20th Century Boy.