Get ready to laugh, cry and fall in love with lyrics that are heartbreakingly true and music that captures the soaring emotions of a new generation
Throughout each year the York branch of Script Yorkshire hold heats to find the best 15 minute plays on a given theme. The five winners of our Script Factor heats come together for the grand final and the chance to win the highly coveted (but extremely small) Script Factor champion’s trophy.
A whole lot of truth about camel-toes, #metoo, why the Beatles were secretly girls, the Nineties, sexual shame, pornography, how – exactly – to be famous, and a very long anecdote about the first time Caitlin took Ecstasy
A powerful, poignant and uplifting visual theatre piece with live music exploring the bond between three generations of women
The Junior day is for young people aged 7-11 to come and take part in two workshops with theatre practitioners, working with young people from other youth theatres to gain new skills.
The Senior Festival will take place over a 12 hour period, offering a big warm up, a choice of workshops, networking opportunities, a chance to bring your own work and see the work of other youth theatres and professional companies, and a giant improv battle.
Multiple award-winning band The Bluejays take you on a jiving journey through the fabulous Fifties
This year’s summer production is another feel-good show, packed with catchy songs and sword-buckling action that’s sure to entertain and delight the whole family.
This workshop will give an insight into production processes and rehearsal techniques used by the professional company.
Join us to become a swallow or an amazon in our drama-led challenge and pit your wits, skill and creativity against each other to see who come out on top after a series of challenges to finally decide who is the best!
From best-selling author Jacqueline Wilson, Hetty Feather will appeal to children aged 7+ but also their adults who either have read the book as a child or enjoy reading it to their own children\
London in the 1940s. A time when hearts beat faster and life burned more brightly. The Night Watch is a tender, tragic and beautifully poignant portrait of four ordinary people caught up in the aftermath of an extraordinary time.
Nostalgic, naughty and perfect for now, Malory Towers is the original ‘Girl Power’ story.
Thomas, Matthew and Richard walk. They walk the first Saturday of every month. Walking and talking. But this walk…
Maybe they should have cancelled, but they needed the walk today. Out in the Peaks, they find themselves forced to walk backwards through two thousand years before they can move forwards.
In the shadows of Brooklyn Bridge, the American Dream is but a shimmering mirage in Arthur Miller’s Tony Award-winning timeless play.
Run entirely by young people aged 12-26, this year the festival has an environmental theme
At 24, Matt’s world collapsed under the weight of depression. This is the true story of his journey out of crisis; a profoundly uplifting exploration of living and loving better.
A lawyer obsessed with a curse that he believes has been cast over him and his family by the spectre of a Woman in Black engages a sceptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story and exorcise the fear that grips his soul.
From Tony Award-winning playwright Athol Fugard, York Theatre Royal presents a biting yet beautiful parable. Hello and Goodbye is a tense meditation on family, selfishness and redemption.
Toast vividly recreates Nigel Slater’s childhood through the tastes and smells he shares with his mother, culminating in the young Nigel’s escape to London.