Libraries in East Yorkshire, including Beverley Library, will be hosting a series of events next month with ArtERY Live.
Every year, ArtERY Live brings the best in live performance to East Yorkshire, including dance, drama, music, and poetry. These performers will be performing at East Riding Libraries for the first time.
The thirtieth Beverley Chamber Music Festival will bring music to East Yorkshire next week. There will be a bumper anniversary programme bringing internationally acclaimed performers to the East Riding.
A gala of two-piano music will be presented by Martin Roscoe in his final concert as joint Co-Artistic Director with long-time collaborator Peter Donohoe – who played at the first-ever BCMF in 1993.
A plaque dedicated to Beverley Victorian industrialist William Crosskill was unveiled on the front wall of 71 Walkergate, now the Grosvenor Club, by the Beverley Civic Society and the Georgian Society for East Yorkshire.
It was in this house that William Crosskill lived from 1853 to 1886.
A National Moment of Reflection to mark the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II will be held in Beverley on Sunday 18 September at 12 noon. Residents are invited to attend and pay their respects.
As announced, the country will observe a national silence at 8pm that evening in honour of Her Majesty, at which time a minute’s silence will be held. It precedes the State Funeral, which will be held the following day.