At Beverley Building Society’s first Charity Golf Day, held to raise funds for the Beverley Cherry Tree Community Centre, former West End and Old Shakespeare Company actor Richard Avery generously gave his time as Master of Ceremonies.
East Riding Theatre, a long-standing community partner of the Society, is co-founded by Richard, who has appeared in many TV shows.
There will be a chance to join Treasure House Curator, Sally Hayes, to hear about the paintings of Fred and Mary Elwell which are on display in Beverley Art Gallery, on Wednesday, 8 June, from 1pm – 1.30pm.
This short informal lunchtime tour will provide an enjoyable introduction to the renowned artistic Beverlonian couple and will be the perfect companion event to the performances of Gordon Meredith’s new play, ‘Paint the Town Fred’, at East Riding Theatre in Beverley on 9, 10, and 11 June.
Following a sell-out run in April, the new play, ‘Paint the town Fred’, written by Gordon Meredith, will return to the East Riding Theatre in Beverley from Thursday 9 to Saturday 11 June 2022, alongside a festival of Elwell themed events including a gallery tour, talk by Wendy Loncaster, artist workshops and Q&A with the cast, director and writer.
After a successful and extremely popular run in April, ‘Paint the Town Fred’, a new play about Beverley’s best-known artists, Fred and Mary Elwell, will return to the East Riding Theatre (ERT) in Beverley for an extended run in early June.
The play, written by Gordon Meredith, will be performed again from Thursday 9 to Saturday 11 June, 2022, at ERT, including a socially distanced matinee
The cast has been announced for a brand new play about Beverley’s best-known artists, Fred and Mary Elwell, whose lives and work will be celebrated in April at the East Riding Theatre in Beverley and Hull’s Ferens Art Gallery.
The cast for ‘Paint the Town Fred’ will include four local actors, who will form an ensemble to portray a number of characters between them.
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.
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.
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.
Eminent local actor, Richard Avery, will make a special guest appearance as narrator in the Shakespeare celebration at the East Riding Theatre on Sunday 10 April as part of the New Paths Music Festival.