Tickets are now on sale for the Beverley Literature Festival 2014, which will be back in October for the 12th year running, showcasing crime, romance, food, politics, history
The 146th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Beverley Building Society, East Yorkshire’s only independent building society, was held on Tuesday 29th April in Browns Department Store, Beverley.
Film fans should mark Friday 13th September in their social calendars as Beverley Film Society returns for its seventh season.
Literature lovers can enjoy the best in contemporary writing from Thursday, 10 to Sunday, 13 October at the annual Beverley Literature Festival.
Culture vultures are invited to enjoy movies, music and comedy at this year’s Beverley Folk Festival as Beverley Film Society returns to host its pop up Film Club.
The big screen returns to Beverley as local film lovers get ready for Beverley Film Society’s 2012-13 season. The first screening of the year opens on Friday 14th September with Incendies (2010),
The Beverley Film Society will present a ‘Triple Bill’ at the Beverley Festival later this month. From 15 -17 June Beverley will once again host three days of entertainment at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
The East Yorkshire market town of Beverley has three institutions: Beverley Minster, Market Cross and Beverley Building Society.
That’s what Peter Myers was told when he joined the historic mutual society last year as chief executive.
One of the UK’s oldest building societies is backing local film. The Beverley Building Society has added its support to the Beverley Film Society
Businesses in Beverley are supporting their local community by getting behind the Beverley Film Society’s push to raise funds for new equipment. To celebrate five successful years, and to raise money, the Society is inviting film lovers to a Birthday Party film night on Friday 21st October featuring a special screening of Kevin Macdonald’s film Life in a Day – a montage of real-life clips from around the world filmed…
For the first time ever, Beverley Folk Acoustic and Roots Festival will include film as part of the weekend of entertainment. Launched in partnership with the Beverley Film Society, the Film Club will screen four folk-themed films over the weekend of the Beverley Festival from Friday 17 June to Sunday 19 June. The first film on Saturday morning (18 June) is Travelling for a Living, a 1965 BBC documentary featuring…