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.
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.
As part of their national tour starting at London’s Leicester Square Theatre, Five Star Swing are coming to Beverley on Sunday 26 March with “Swing ‘n’ Sinatra”.
Parkway Cinema and Theatre will host an evening of Vintage Swing, featuring classic songs from Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Glenn Miller and many more, performed by the famous Five Star Swing multi-instrumentalists and singers.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 335 is out and features a selection of content from the HU17.net Web Site. The magazine can be purchased from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way.
This week there is all the action that includes photos from the Beverley Ladies Circle Fund Raiser that was held at the Parkway Cinema, features on the music show Cilla and Ogino Japanese Restaurant plus much more.
Beverley’s first 24-hour fitness club is coming to the Flemingate centre. Rapidly-expanding Anytime Fitness will offer 24/7 access to the club, which will benefit from an investment of more than £500,000 in fit-out and gym equipment.
It will be the first Anytime Fitness club in East Yorkshire and occupy a 7,500 sq ft first-floor unit with ground-floor entrance close to Debenhams and Outfit at the heart of the Flemingate centre.
The Eagle Huntress follows Aisholopan, a 13-year-old girl, as she trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter, and rises to the pinnacle of a tradition that has been handed down from father to son for centuries.
Set against the breathtaking expanse of the Mongolian steppe, The Eagle Huntress features some of the most awe-inspiring cinematography ever captured in a documentary, giving this intimate tale of a young girl’s quest the dramatic force of an epic narrative film.
Eight-year-old Millie Mumby-Pyke made her family’s festive time extra special by claiming the big prize in Flemingate’s Christmas Trail.
Millie turned super sleuth to solve a series of clues placed in store and restaurant windows around the Beverley shopping centre to take the Christmas Trail first prize of a giant teddy bear from Wilko and a bumper hamper from Deli No. 1.
Leading entertainment company Tony Peers Productions has teamed up with independently-owned Parkway Cinema to bring Aladdin to its live theatre stage at the Flemingate centre, from Friday, December 16 until Sunday, January 1.
The popular panto boasts an all-star cast, including Children’s BBC (CBBC) actor Joe Maw, best known for his roles in award-winning children’s drama Tracy Beaker Returns and The Dumping Ground.