Following the sell-out success of the Beverley on Film screening at the Parkway Cinema in Beverley in July, there is another opportunity to see the film
Beverley’s Flemingate centre celebrated its first birthday today (November 4) and announced it had welcomed more than 1.5m visitors over the past 12 months.
Since opening the Flemingate development at first failed to live up to the expectations, however, just one year on and almost all units filled with more people gradually starting to use the shops
If you missed it the first time round have no fear as The Yorkshire Film Archive is back with a final opportunity to experience the popular Beverley on Film.
This Friday sees the opening of Ken Loach’s highly acclaimed social-realist drama, I,Daniel Blake at Parkway Cinema in Beverley.
A ‘hauntingly’ good Halloween treasure hunt is being held in Beverley during next week’s half-term, with a whole host of prizes to be won.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is set to award Active Creative Grants to 17 groups and organisations, in support of Hull UK City of Culture 2017.
Beverley Blues Festival returns this October with new acts and venues for what promises to be a excellent weekend of Blues Music.
Following the success of the 2015 festival, Beverley Film Society will once again be joining forces with Beverley Literature Festival to showcase a classic film adaptation of a bestselling book.
There are plenty of gripping twists and turns as Beverley Literature Festival delves into the underbelly of all things crime and punishment next month
A new home with all mod cons is set to greet Beverley Film Society members this autumn, just in time for a brand new *season of films starting on Thursday 8th September.
With a highly successful seven months under its cinematic belt, the next stage is happening in Parkway’s evolution with introduction of its first season
Shoppers will get their first look at fashion retailer River Island’s latest store on Thursdayas the newest addition to Beverley’s Flemingate centre opens its doors to the public.
Premium burger venue, Gourmet Burger Kitchen (GBK), has hailed the launch of its latest restaurant at Flemingate in Beverley as a resounding success after welcoming more than 1,300
Thirteen years since the animated underwater blockbuster Finding Nemo first hit our screens, bringing the adorable Nemo, Marlin and Dory to life, Beverley’s Flemingate development
Thousands of people flocked to Beverley at the weekend for the tourism award winning Beverley Puppet Festival.
‘Beverley on Film’, a new free exhibition presenting aspects of the history of the town on film, will open at Beverley Guildhall on Friday, 22 July, and run until Friday, 18 November, 2016.
Yorkshire Film Archive are inviting people to join them at the Parkway Cinema to watch an amazing mix of archive footage of Beverley.