Graham Stuart, the MP for Beverley and Holderness, has welcomed the news that the East Riding Theatre in Beverley is one of just over 1,300 theatres, arts venues and museums to benefit from a share of £257 million from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund.
As the largest county in the UK, Yorkshire has a lot to offer tourists, with one of the best places to visit this summer being Beverley.
This small town is renowned for its dedication to several different sports, especially horse racing and cycling; however, with sports aside, there are many different activities available in Beverley to suit tourists of all interests, will most being as affordable as you’d like!
East Riding Theatre (ERT) has appointed Adrian Rawlins as its new artistic director. He will work with the creative and programming team to develop the theatre’s artistic programme from January 2017.
Vincent Regan, founder of ERT, who has just overseen his successful sell-out Christmas adaptation of Great Expectations, announced his decision to stand down as artistic director in September last year although he will continue his involvement as creative director and a member of ERT’s Board of Trustees.
Since Beverley’s East Riding Theatre opened its doors in December 2014 it has consistently delivered high quality drama, music and entertainment to the people of HU17 and beyond.
The ERT’s inaugural sell-out production and first Christmas show was “A Christmas Carol” in 2014 (adapted for the stage by international film and television actor and the Theatre’s Creative Director and co-founder Vincent Regan)
Beverley’s East Riding Theatre on Lord Roberts Road is unique in many respects. Since it opened its doors in December 2014 it has consistently delivered high quality, platinum-coated drama, music and entertainment to the people of HU17 and beyond.
Located in a converted Baptist chapel it is very much a community effort, run largely by a loyal band of over one hundred local volunteers who ensure a friendly welcome
Following on from huge success of the previous two Christmas shows, ERT – East Riding Theatre – present the third part of its Dickens’ trilogy.
Hull-born actor Marc Pickering is returning to the area to star in the multi-award winning play As We Forgive Them to be staged at the East Riding Theatre (ERT) in Beverley.
She Productions, the all-female, Beverley based theatre company, is back by popular demand with a new original summer family show, following the sell-out success last year at the East Riding Theatre.
Audience feedback on Vincent Regan’s stage adaptation of ‘A Christmas Carol’ already surpasses expectations. Comments include ‘we felt as though we were in Dickens’
East Riding Theatre is looking for passionate, enthusiastic members of the community to volunteer as extra performers in the theatre’s opening production of A Christmas Carol.
Today saw the cast of A Christmas Carol bring some early Christmas magic to Beverley at the official launch of East Riding Theatre’s opening production
Dame Judi Dench, Patron of East Riding Theatre, Oscar winning actress, is calling for people to support the new theatre, which will open its doors in December.
The team behind Beverley’s brand new professional theatre, planned to open in 2013, has confirmed its name and unveiled its new identity. The not-for-profit company is the brainchild of the highly acclaimed actor, Vincent Regan
Beverley could soon be playing host to some of the country’s top performers after a Hollywood actor submitted proposals to turn a disused chapel into a professional theatre.
The 16th Beverley Festival of Christmas has once again attracted thousands of people to the town. This year the event was officially opened by local celebrity Vincent Regan at Wednesday Market. The parade made its way through the streets of Beverley which were full of children all hoping to see Santa and his reindeers. There was lots of live entertainment on the streets including the Beverley Pipe Band and a…