Little Women – Rehearsals Underway At East Riding Theatre

Little Women - Rehearsals Underway At East Riding Theatre
November 27, 2019

Rehearsals are underway at the East Riding Theatre in Beverley, for Laura Turner’s magical stage adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic coming of age novel, Little Women.

Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women continues to inspire audiences through the tale of four young sisters Meg, Jo, Amy and Beth as we follow their adventures through their struggles with family, love, individuality and finding their place in the world as they grow into Little Women.

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Dead Bod Films The Bagpipe Maker’s Baby Scoops Film Award

Dead Bod Films The Bagpipe Maker's Baby Scoops Film Award
October 27, 2018

Hull-based Dead Bod Films’ The Bagpipe Maker’s Baby has won Best Short Film at the Welsh SeeMor Film Festival.

The film stared East Yorkshire actors, Richard Avery, Annie Kirkman and Gordon Meredith. Written and produced by Julian Woodford.the 30-minute short film was directed by Chris Hopkin. 

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East Riding Theatre Announce Latest In-House Production

East Riding Theatre Announce Latest In-House Production
August 25, 2018

As part of the Theatre’s Autumn/Winter season, East Riding Theatre (ERT) are delighted to announce that the next in-house production.

To be staged at the professional Theatre in Beverley, ART by Yasmina Reza (translated by Christopher Hampton) will be the next production opening on the 27th September and runs until the 20th October.

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East Riding Theatre Announce Award-Winning Play For Autumn

East Riding Theatre Announce Award-Winning Play For Autumn
August 4, 2018

As part of the Theatre’s Autumn/Winter season, East Riding Theatre (ERT) are delighted to announce that the next in-house production to be staged in Beverley will be ART by Yasmina Reza.

Translated by Christopher Hampton ART and opens at ERT on the 27 September and runs until the 20th October.

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It’s A Wonderful Life At East Riding Theatre This Christmas

It’s A Wonderful Life At East Riding Theartre This Christmas
November 17, 2017

This Christmas, East Riding Theatre (ERT) in Beverley will transport audiences to 1940s America as it brings to life a magical stage adaptation of Frank Capra’s classic film It’s a Wonderful Life.

Frequently voted as the best-ever Christmas movie, this heart-warming story follows the fortunes of George Bailey, a small-town clerk facing financial ruin who wonders if his town would be better off without him.

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Local Transport Projects and Arts Flourish for Xmas Show

Local Transport Projects and Arts Flourish for Xmas Show
December 21, 2016

Arts and business combined with a festive flourish as East Riding Theatre (ERT) performers entertained industry guests at a Local Transport Projects industry gathering.

Beverley, East Yorkshire-based Local Transport Projects (LTP) is one of the UK’s leading independent transport practices and teamed up with the town’s theatre company, which itself is garnering national acclaim for its productions.

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Hamlet At East Riding Theatre

Hamlet At East Riding Theatre
September 5, 2016

Sets are being built, an intense rehearsal schedule is underway and excitement mounts as Beverley’s East Riding Theatre prepares to present its inaugural Shakespeare production

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Chair Raising Work

Chair Raising Work
August 6, 2014

East Riding Theatre has three recruits undertaking a vital task and working tirelessly from a garage in Beverley. Jane Marling, Liz Wray and Helen Clarke

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Actors Prepare to Launch “Waiting for Godot” in East Riding

January 10, 2011

East Yorkshire-based Other Lives Productions take to the stage with their most ambitious play when they open with Waiting for Godot  in an eight-venue East Riding tour, ending at Hull Truck Theatre (from Saturday 15th January 2011). Samuel Beckett’s play, which was first published in 1952, features two tramps, Vladimir (Neil King) and Estragon (Mike Burton), sitting by the roadside waiting for a man called Godot. They think they have…

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Actors Prepare to Launch ‘Waiting for Godot’ in the East Riding

December 28, 2010

East Yorkshire-based Other Lives Productions take to the stage with their most ambitious play yet when actors Richard Avery and Neil King open with Waiting for Godot  in an eight-venue East Riding tour, that includes a performance at Toll United Gavel Church on Thursday 20th January. Samuel Beckett’s play, which was first published in 1952, features two tramps, Vladimir and Estragon,  sitting by the roadside waiting for a man called…

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Traditional and Unexpected Feel to East Riding Company Theatre Tour

Beverley-based actors Neil King and Richard Avery say the tradition of telling ghost stories on Christmas Eve is the inspiration behind their latest touring production, which is launched later this month in the East Riding (Friday 19 November). The duo, who run Other Lives Productions, have toured for the last three years with a first half of semi-dramatised readings around a theme, followed by a second half featuring a new…

November 10, 2010
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No Soup Delighted With Success Of Summer Productions

October 27, 2010

Local theatre company ‘No Soup!’ Productions performed their latest play ‘Marvell at Midnight’ in the Beverley Minster Parish Hall. This show was one of many including performances in Selby, Newcastle, Camden (London), and at the Edinburgh Fringe. ‘Marvell at Midnight’ is an original play suffused with jazz, comedy, surrealism and accordions: a vibrant expose of the trials and triumphs of up-and-coming artists in 1930’s Hull. The performance is punctuated by…

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Local Theatre Company Explores Deep Meanings

September 29, 2010

Theatre company Other Lives Productions has announced the double-bill of plays which it will take on tour around East Riding villages this autumn. The Beverley-based company is presenting “Is There Anybody There…?”, described as a light-hearted sortie into the metaphysical – the world beyond the normal. Mysteries, ghosts and so forth will feature, with a first half comprising stories  which will be recited by actors Neil King and Richard Avery….

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