Sophie Hannah returns to the festival to talk about her new psychological thriller, a book that has been described since its publication in August as “her absolute best” by Liz Nugent, her “best contemporary novel to date” by the Sunday Times, and “explosive” by Heat Magazine. Indeed Did You See Melody? is a gripping standalone page-turner about the most famous murder victim in America – except… what if she is not dead?
Beverley Film Society have welcomed the news that the Parkway Cinema Beverley has been shortlisted in the Screen Awards.
Beverley Film Society, who voted to move their regular screenings to the Parkway Cinema using the first dedicated cinema space in its history.
Lit Up Festival presents Chris Ryan on Friday 13 October. He will be at Parkway Cinema in Beverley at 7.30pm.
In today’s increasingly hostile climate people are anxious about how to keep themselves safe.
Long before La La Land there was Judy Garland, star of stage and screen, larger than life in lavish Technicolor musicals.
Lovers of a bygone age and the golden screen can expect Hollywood with the lid off on Sunday 15 October when The International Judy Garland Club’s Gary Horrocks promises to reveal little known stories and personal insights from behind the scenes before screening two rarely seen films at Parkway Cinema Beverley.
Parkway Cinema in Beverley say they are delighted to be shortlisted for the Screen Awards adding that is it great that the efforts the team go to are being recognised.
Parkway Cinema Beverley has been shortlisted as Cinema of the Year in the category for cinemas with 24 screens or less will now have to wait until later this month to see if they have won.
Gary Horrocks – writer, IT/information professional and editor of “Judy Garland – a Celebration” – discusses Beverley Film Society’s upcoming BIG SCREEN showcase of A Star is Born, Beverley Parkway Cinema, Sunday October 15th.
“‘A Star Is Born’, in all of its restored 181 minute glory, is very much Judy Garland’s triumph, conceived as a showcase for her extraordinary talent as a singer, dancer, actress and comedienne.
A big display that was created following photography competition organised by Dementia Friendly East Riding will go on display in the town.
Pictures along with captions will go on display at the up coming Beverley Food Festival before moving to the Parkway Cinema where it will be on show for a week.
The International Judy Garland Club – www.judygarlandclub.org – is pleased to announce that it is partnering with Beverley Film Society.
The International Judy Garland Club will present at East Riding’s inaugural Film Festival the 1983 restoration of Warner Brothers’ “A Star Is Born”, Judy’s epic and lavish 1954 Hollywood musical extravaganza.
The local East Riding Dementia Friendly charity is hoping to increase participation on Thursday 28 September at the popular dementia friendly film screenings.
Screenings are held every other month at the Parkway Cinema in Beverley and are organised by local volunteers for those people living with dementia, their carer`s, families and friends.
For lovers of the silver screen, this year’s Lit Up Festival gets off to a great start on Friday 8 September, with bestselling and award-winning author, John Connolly.
John, best known for the Charlie Parker mysteries and other novels, will be finding time in his hectic schedule to come to the Parkway Cinema in Beverley at 8pm on Friday.
There are plenty of reasons to be excited about the forthcoming Out of This Word, which runs from Friday 8 September to Sunday 22 October.
Out Of This Word brings top writers, poets, playwrights, artists and musicians from across the UK to the East Riding to celebrate the power of language.
An exciting year of world cinema has been planned by Beverley Film Society, which throws open its doors again on Thursday 14th September at Parkway Cinema Beverley.
In addition to its regular programming of ten films, screened on the second Thursday of every month between September and June, the Society’s committee has also added a couple of extra film nights into the mix to ensure members get the very most from their membership.
For lovers of the silver screen, this year’s Lit Up Festival gets off to a great start on Friday 8 September, with the number one bestselling and award-winning author, John Connolly.
John will be finding time in his hectic schedule to come to the Parkway Cinema in Beverley at 8pm on 8 September to talk about his latest book, he – his most intimate and personal book to date.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is delighted to announce a large-scale programme of events called Out of this Word as its fourth and final event as a Principal Partner of Hull UK City of Culture 2017.
‘Out of this Word’ brings top writers, poets, playwrights, artists and musicians from across the UK to the East Riding to celebrate the power of language.
The newly established East Riding Dementia Friendly charity is looking to increase participation at the popular dementia friendly film screenings.
Held every other month the screenings are organised by local volunteers for people living with dementia, their carer`s and families.
ABBA fans will have a chance to rekindle their love for the music when top tribute band, Gimmie ABBA perform in Beverley at the Parkway Cinema.
ABBA a group from Sweden won the Eurovision Song Contest in the 1970s and went on to become one of the most successful groups commercially with their brand of popular music.