Back for another year York Storytelling Festival presents A Day of Story. The festival runs workshops, talks, walks and good old fashioned storytelling for all ages at The Friends Meeting House. Join Stephie Teacup (pictured above), Adrian Spendlow, Catherine Heinemeyer and other special guests for an imaginative and creative weekend. This Saturday, February 7 from 10am-7.30pm.
Silver Screen film festival
Fairfax House are bringing black and white movies back to the cinema with their Silver Screen Festival. Experience A Tale of Two Cities, Pride and Prejudice and Daphne Du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn (pictured above), this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7pm.
York dance school presents Cinderella
The Patricia Veale School of Dance presents their production of Cinderella at The Joseph Rowntree Theatre this Friday 6 and Saturday 7 Feb. With a mixture of performers from young children to adults, this promises to be a magical and colourful ballet show with a twist of Charleston. All performances start at 7.30pm.
CD and Record Fair
Bored of your music collection? Fancy listening to something new? Add a CD, DVD or LP to your library with York’s CD and Record Fair at The Basement. Or bring your own to trade or sell. This Saturday, Feb 7 from 10.30-4pm.
LGBT history roadshow
York Castle Museum is holding a roadshow to seek the memories, stories and objects that tell York’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) story on Saturday, Feb 7, 1-4pm. Curators from the museum and York Explore archives are hoping lots of people will come to the event to talk about their experiences, and look at the history of gay and civil rights movements in the city. It is part of York LGBT History Month.
York artists exhibition
You can see York in a different light this weekend with The Kentmere House Gallery. Their new exhibition York Artists, York Places showcases paintings of the city and work from local artists such as Alfred Huckett, Freya Horsley and Michael Ewart (shown above). This weekend from Saturday, Feb 7 – Sunday 8, 11am-5pm.