Things to do in York this weekend – 4-6 October 2019

Spooky season begins at York Dungeon…
4 Oct 2019 @ 12.33 pm
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Lots to enjoy this weekend with a start to the spooky season, a coat of many colours, a music concert from a certified legend, and a seasonal celebration.

As always York’s biggest and best things to do guide is here.

Your Halloween starts right here – at York Dungeon. Kick off the spooky season with a visit to the darkest parts of York’s history. Meet the infamous Guy Fawkes and Dick Turpin, and do you dare risk The Curse of the Witch?

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It’s your last chance to catch Joseph at the Grand Opera House. Union J’s Jaymi Hensley plays the the man with the fancy coat in this all-singing, all-dancing family musical. Everybody – “I closed my eyes, drew back the curtain…”

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National Treasure alert! Era-straddling Scottish superstar Lulu is in town. Look forward to an evening of singing, dancing and laughter as Lulu takes the audience on a personal journey through her music, plus career defining moments on a LED screen.

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City Screen have treated us to a month of classic films that delve into the ‘dark heart of Hollywood’ and it concludes this Sunday with Sunset Boulevard. The multiple Oscar winning film stars Gloria Swanson as Norma Desmond, an aging silent film queen, and unfolds into a tale of desperate tragic destiny.

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Join the crunch bunch at Beningbrough Hall for all sorts of apple-based fun such as picking, tasting and pressing, games and short talks, as well as cider and chutney tasting too.

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Explore the Octopus’ Garden and make a Nonsense Stew with multi-instrumentalists Frankie and Pete! Perfect for families with children age 3-7 years. Engage with song, silliness and instruments.

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