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The York Theatre was a popular place of entertainment for the gentry and aristocracy, especially during the social high point of Race Week. But in 1765, manager Tate Wilkinson faced several problems that would have turned any man's hair grey overnight! Ian Small explores that traumatic week and offers an insight into the life of a provincial theatre manager.
Valentine loves Silvia and Proteus loves Julia but Proteus is fickle, and falls for Silvia too. When Valentine plots an elopement, Proteus betrays him and Valentine is banished and joins some outlaws in the forest.
This riotous new production of Shakespeare’s earliest play from the highly acclaimed Globe Theatre will delight with songs, romance and chaos, and hurl Shakespeare’s anarchic comedy into the 21st century.
These Youth Theatre classes will run every Monday from 4pm until 5.30pm.
|September 5th - October 17th||16:00|
|October 31st - December 12th||16:00|
These Youth Theatre classes will run every Tuesday from 4pm until 6pm.
|September 6th - October 18th||16:00|
|November 1st - December 13th||16:00|
These Youth Theatre classes will run every Tuesday from 6pm until 8pm.
|September 6th - October 18th||18:00|
|November 1st - December 13th||18:00|
These Youth Theatre classes will run every Tuesday from 4pm until 5.30pm
|September 7th - October 19th||16:00|
|November 2nd - December 14th||16:00|
These Youth Theatre classes will run every Tuesday from 6pm until 8pm.
|September 7th - October 19th||18:00|
|November 2nd - December 14th||18:00|
Alexander Bone is a talented saxophonist, pianist, composer and music producer. In 2014, he was the winner of the inaugural BBC Young Musician - Jazz Award, which was broadcast on BBC Four and BBC Radio3. Alexander has since performed with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and at the Royal Festival Hall, the Barbican Centre and the Manchester Jazz Festival.
With Alexander on the saxophone, the rest of the trio comprise Toby Comeau on the piano and Joe Lee on bass guitar
These Youth Theatre classes will run every Saturday from 9:30am until 11am.
|September 10th - October 22th||09:30|
|November 5nd - December 17th||09:30|
These Youth Theatre classes will run every Saturday from 11:30am until 1pm.
|September 10th - October 22th||11:30|
|November 5nd - December 17th||11:30|
These Youth Theatre classes will run every Saturday from 3:30pm until 5:30pm.
|September 10th - October 22th||15:35|
|November 5nd - December 17th||15:35|
Ian Shaw is noted for his extraordinary, flexible, adventurous vocal style and his ability to re-interpret not only jazz standards but also rock and pop songs.
He is one of the UK's top jazz singers and performs regularly in the USA. Other international appearances have included Canada, Dubai, Belarus, France, Italy and Germany.
Ian has released over 20 albums and was named Best Vocalist at the BBC Awards in 2004 and 2007.
|Saturday 10 Sep 2016||19:30|
This talented ensemble of young, improvising, musicians from Richmond and the Dales return to provide another feast of original music and jazz standards. Richmond Jam arose out of a workshop at the 2009 Richmond Jazz Festival and now create their own music through individual and group improvisation.
Richmond Jam is funded by NYMAZ, North Yorkshire Youth Support and BlueBoxt Productions.
Star of Live At The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, Have I Got News for You and QI, Shappi Khorsandi is touring with a brand new show.
She has whip-crack jokes and is effortlessly funny as she handles every subject with a razor-sharp wit, softened only by her deliciously mischievous delivery and endless charm.
Over 16’s only.
|Thursday 22 Sep 2016||19:30|
Back by popular demand, North-Eastern folk singer Bob Fox thrilled Richmond audiences with his national and international tour of An Evening With The War Horse Songman, having spent four years in the multi-award-winning original production.
This new show is dedicated to Bob's personal repertoire, with a number of stories and songs built up from his forty-year career in the music industry. He has been twice nominated as Folk Singer of the Year at the BBC Folk Awards.
With an animator, a musician and a storyteller, this is a show that you control. Be ready for loads of joining in as you and Joe decide together what happens in this mega-new, mega-awesome adventure.
Perfect for children aged 3 to 8 and their grown-ups too. Make sure you don't miss the antics of our, 'thicker than paper but thinner than wood', hero and his friends.
|Saturday 24 Sep 2016||14:00|
Grace Ashcroft might be seen by some as a poor old lady, “a dear old soul”, but the tale she tells of her younger days as a lusty farm girl and the strange sacrifice she made to keep “her” man is by turns hilarious and chilling.
Cold Comfort Farm meets A Picture of Dorian Gray in this tongue-in-cheek version of Rudyard Kipling’s story of obsessive love.
|Wednesday 28 Sep 2016||19:30|
|Thursday 29 Sep 2016||19:30|
Kreation Foods are the ‘big cheese’ of food manufacturing – and they have big plans.
With all due razzmatazz, they are about to re-launch the nation’s one-time favourite chocolate bar ‘Plumstead’s Pure’. This is a delicious story of many flavours from the popular Mikron Theatre Company .
Popular local folk band Fourum return once more for their annual Georgian Theatre ‘extravaganza’ and, if previous years are anything to go by, another hugely entertaining musical evening is guaranteed.
Fourum’s music is rooted in a repertoire of self-penned songs that capture the history, traditions and customs of Swaledale, Wensleydale and Teesdale.
Penguin is a little bit selfish. Penguin loves fish fingers, but never shares them. Everything is black and white and that’s just the way Penguin likes it. Until one day Elephant turns up. Elephant is big. Elephant is messy. Elephant likes lots of colour everywhere. However will Penguin cope!?
With original songs, hilarious physical comedy and dance, this show will have children ages 3+ jumping for joy.
Tom Adams is a musician, composer and theatre maker. Laura Mugridge is a comedian, theatre maker and dramaturge. Together they will present a show about books. These books will be chosen by the audience (from a selection) prior to the show. We look forward to an entertaining evening filled with music, laughter and words.
Toyah is one of Britain’s iconic household names – an award-winning rock legend as well as a much-loved actress and music composer.
'Acoustic, Up Close and Personal' is a unique chance to experience Toyah in an intimate setting where music and stories take centre stage. As well as hearing hits such as 'It's a Mystery' and 'I Want to Be Free', you will hear anecdotes about filming pop videos on horseback at 5am in the morning and acting alongside Katharine Hepburn and Laurence Olivier. This is a show which lifts the lid on working in the entertainment business.
The popular Muker Silver Band is based in the small village of Muker in Swaledale, and has been at the heart of the local community for well over 100 years. It has a wide ranging membership, with players aged 15 to 79.
With a busy annual schedule, Muker Silver Band plays regularly in the Dales, Richmond and further afield, including a number of overseas tours in Holland, Luxembourg, Germany, Ireland and Wales.
The world’s finest time-travelling Victorian magic act, Morgan and West present an incredible show chock-full of jaw-dropping, brain-bursting, gasp-eliciting feats of magic. The dashing chaps offer up a plateful of illusion and impossibility, all served with wit, charm and no small amount of panache. Be sure to wear a hat - Morgan and West might just blow your mind!
|Thursday 13 Oct 2016||19:30|
With a remarkable resemblance to Kate Bush in vocal style and appearance, the extraordinary singer and performer Maaike Breijman brings the music of this pop legend to stages across Europe.
With a great live band, numerous costume changes, dance routines and stage props, Maaike effortlessly performs songs spanning the whole of Kate Bush’s career.
After two sell-out years at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the internationally acclaimed singer, pianist and entertainer Joe Stilgoe is taking his smash hit show on tour.
From Hollywood’s golden age, to the classic films of the 80’s, to the work of Tarantino, Tati, Paramount and Pixar, Joe and his remarkable band perform songs written for and inspired by a selection of the greatest films of the last century.
Directed by Owen Lewis.
|Saturday 15 Oct 2016||19:30|
Puppeteer Frank Stein is busy rehearsing his new show but he's finding it really difficult with his badly made puppets! He’ll never be famous because his puppets keep falling apart! Taking inspiration from the scientist Dr Frankenstein, and with the help of the audience, he creates a new real live puppet that is destined to change his life forever!
A little horror for little horrors. A treat not to be missed! Suitable for everyone over 5!
|Saturday 22 Oct 2016||14:00|
If you don’t know the stunning guitar playing of Eduardo Niebla, you’re in for a treat. If you are already among his admirers around the world, you know you have something quite extraordinary in store. The virtuoso Spanish guitarist makes music that transcends genres and crosses barriers, fusing flamenco gypsy jazz with an array of classical and Indian colours. Eduardo is a maestro artist at the top of his game.
|Saturday 22 Oct 2016||19:30|
He’s married, has two kids, a dog and an eye-watering mortgage, but Rob Rouse remains resolute that a career in the unpredictable world of comedy was absolutely the right way to go. With his trademark comedic storytelling, he leads us on an irresistibly hilarious journey of enforced introspection that has taught him to relinquish any attempts to control his life.
Rob is a regular on shows like 8 out of 10 cats, Dave’s One Night Stand, The Friday Night Project, Spoons, Celebrity Juice and Live at the Comedy Store and stars in Ben Elton’s BBC drama Upstart Crow.
Join us for a spectacular evening of amazing illusion, mind reading and comedy, starring some of the UK’s leading magicians from the acclaimed Magic Circle. Perfect for audiences of all ages, you’ll be spellbound by these feats of magic, performed right in front of your eyes.
With no camera tricks or mirrors, and nothing up their sleeves, the performers in this incredible magic show will keep you talking (and guessing) for months to come!
|Saturday 29 Oct 2016||19:30|
RADS present a fabulous comedy double bill. 'The Real Inspector Hound' is an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery by Tom Stoppard - a wickedly funny tale of love, jealousy, murder, and melodrama with a twist....The second part - 'Black Comedy' is an uproarious play by Peter Shaffer, author of 'Equus' and 'Amadeus'.
Rogues on the Road is crammed full of wonderful (and occasionally outrageous) anecdotes from the two extensive careers of these celebrated cricket gurus.
Henry Blofeld is one of Britain’s most loved and recognisable broadcasters, while legendary producer of Test Match Special, Peter Baxter, has been corralling lost passports, misplaced visas, and errant broadcasters for over 34 years. With over 80 years in the commentary box between them, they certainly have some tales to tell!
|Thursday 10 Nov 2016||19:30|
Kiki and Carmelo have been touring their spellbinding acoustic live show across the UK and Europe, following the release of their critically acclaimed album 'A Place Where I Can Go'. Join them for an acoustic journey of stories and song which includes unique covers of numbers by artists such as Kate Bush and Frank Sinatra and, of course, Kiki’s own hits 'Don’t Go Breaking My Heart', 'I Got The Music In Me' and the stunning 'Amoureuse'.
|Saturday 12 Nov 2016||19:30|
Sally has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Her husband Raymond is dying. But Raymond is thinking ahead. Already an obsessive archivist, he is also a leading robotics specialist. Their long marriage has had its ups and downs, but now he can make a better version of himself, to look after Sally after he’s gone. Will she accept it? And will it work?
‘Spillikin (a love story)’is a play with four actors, music and a real robot.
Music may not have won the war, but it is widely thought that the British love for music helped keep spirits high during the turmoil.
Told through real life letters, stories and the great music of the time, ROS will take you back to the early 1940's, finishing with a fantastic V-E Day celebration.
This show features great songs such as White Cliffs of Dover, We'll Meet Again, Kiss Me Goodnight Sgt Major plus many more classics from the era.
In its usual style of legendary, award-winning productions, The Georgian Theatre Royal will be producing Snow White as this year’s pantomime. Featuring all the pantomime ingredients – dazzling dances, catchy songs, sparking costumes, a live band, a dame, a yummy prince, a camel… plus huge helpings of comedy and plenty of audience participation – the traditional story will be played out against a 1920s Hollywood backdrop. A feast for the eyes and exuberant entertainment for the whole family.