Pride And Prejudice
Two Bit Classics and Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds present their clever production of Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice at York Theatre Royal this Friday, Nov 21 and Saturday, Nov 22 at 7.45pm. Rich, single Mr Bingley is in town and the Bennett family are determined to marry him off to one of their daughters. Join husband and wife acting duo as they play every character in this popular story.
Christmas Fair And Grotto
Skelton Garden Centre transform part of their site into a Christmas Fair and Grotto this Saturday, Nov 22 – Sunday, Nov 23 from 10am – 5pm. Head along to grab some festive gifts, sparkly decorations and perhaps even a mulled wine and a mince pie or two. Santa will be available on both days, natch.
Dunnington Reading Rooms hosts a Christmas Craft Fayre 2014 this Sunday, Nov 23 from 9.30am – 12pm
This unique event sees Bad Seed Brewery and Haxby Bakehouse all partnered up and ready to entertain. At a pop-up venue on Stonegate next to the House of the Trembling Madness, beer, bread and barbecue pork will be on the menu, with DJ Danny Guest providing music. Saturday, November 22 from 12pm.
Playing With The Past
King’s Manor is hosting an open afternoon on Saturday, Nov 22 from 2 – 4pm which will involve papier-mache buildings, the York Tactile Mapping project and many more activities for children. Part of the Being Human Festival, the first ever national festival of humanities. It runs from Saturday, Nov 15 – Sunday, Nov 23 and aims to inspire and enrich lives while spreading knowledge.
Yorkshire Schools Dance Festival 2014
The festival is back at Central Hall, University of York. This is an annual showcase of primary and secondary schools from all over the region, in response to the theme ‘revolution’. There will be a range of contemporary dance to hip hop with 28 groups participating this year. This Saturday, Nov 22 – Sunday, 23 from 3 – 5pm.
Thank You For The Music
It’s night fever down at the Grand Opera House this Saturday, Nov 22 at 7.30pm as they welcome Bee Gees and ABBA tribute acts to the stage. Performing well-loved favourites like SOS, Dancing Queen and Waterloo it’s time to dig out your old flares and platforms and have a boogie.