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BROWSE THE LATEST EVENTS
Presented by YMCA Productions
An opportunity to come together and rehearse Vivaldi Gloria before giving an informal
performance at the end of the day. The singing will be led by Andrew Jenkins the musical
director of Staxton Singers. Andrew has led a number of choirs including Saint Felix Choral
Society and Beccles Choral Society as well as being Director of Music at a number of
schools including Lincoln Minster School. The day will also feature guest performances by
soloists including Wendy Goodson and Jeffrey Makinson organist at Lincoln Cathedral.
Cost £15.00 to include hire of music (students £5.00).
Guests are welcome to come to the performance at 16:00 for which there will be a charge
on the door of £5.00.
Saturday 27th April 2019
Registration from 10:00 am
Morning 10:30 – 12:30
Lunch 12:30 – 13:30
Afternoon 13:30 – 15:30
Informal Performance 16:00 – 17:00
Westborough Methodist Church, Scarborough, YO11 1TS
The church is located on Westborough in Scarborough almost opposite the railway
station and close to several bus stops. There is limited parking which will be reserved for
disabled drivers only. There are a number of car parks in Scarborough within easy walking
The café at the church will be open at lunch time serving tea/coffee and cakes.
There are also a number of cafes in the vicinity where lunch may be purchased.
To book please email email@example.com or by phone please ring 01723 890283.
"Sister Act- the Musical' Tuesday 30th 7.30 pm [Also 1-5 May]
Based on the 1992 film starring Whoopi Goldberg this production is by Spotlight's own in-house company. When lively lounge singer Deloris Van Cartier sees her boyfriend commit a crime, she is relocated for her protection. Set up in the guise of a nun in a California convent, Deloris proceeds to upend the quiet lives of the resident sisters. In an effort to keep her out of trouble, they assign Deloris to the convent's choir, an ensemble that she soon turns into a vibrant and soulful act that gains widespread attention.
Pianist Young-Choon Park makes a welcome return to the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
Friday 3 May at 7.30pm
Pianist Young-Choon Park makes a welcome return to the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, next month, performing works by Mozart, Schubert and Chopin.
The South Korean pianist began studying the piano at the age of four and gave her first full recital when she was seven. She played the Beethoven Piano Concerto No.1 with the Seoul Symphony Orchestra at the age of nine. She studied at the Juilliard School in New York and later gained the highest master’s degree at the Hochschule in Munich.
She has toured extensively, giving over 50 concerts each year in Europe, Scandinavia, South Africa and the United States. She makes many return visits to major concert venues including the Birmingham Symphony Hall, St. David’s Hall in Cardiff, Belfast Waterfront Hall, Alice Tully Hall and Lincoln Centre in New York, de Doelen in Rotterdam, Frits Philips Saal in Eindhoven, Athenaeum Hall in Bucharest, Tivoli Koncertsalen in Copenhagen, Gasteig in Munich, Musikverein in Vienna and the Troldhaugen in Bergen.
She has performed with many leading orchestras including the Stuttgart Philharmonic, Halle State Philharmonic, KZN Philharmonic, Hungarian State Opera, Lithuanian National Symphony, National Philharmonic of Belarus, Sofia Philharmonic, Filarmonica George Enescu, Baden-Badener Philharmonie, Filharmonia Lubelska, Slovak Philharmonic, Weiner Mozart, Karlovy Vary Symphony, Filharmonica Poznańska and the Warsaw Sinfonia.
She also appears regularly at international music festivals and has broadcast for radio and TV in many countries. She is currently recording the complete Mozart piano concertos for Duchesne World Records in Belgium.
Young-Choon Park can be seen in the Round at the SJT from 7.30pm on Friday 3 May. Tickets are priced from £10, and can be booked at the box office on 01723 370541 or via the website: www.sjt.uk.com
Flamborough & Filey
SPRING WILDLIFE WEEKEND
Sat 4th - Mon 6th May 2019
All Events are Free
All events are weather permitting and late changes may occur.
Please check our websites www.fbo.org.uk or www.fbog.co.uk from 7pm the evening before to ensure the event is going ahead.
Flamborough Bird observatory information centre every day 10am-3pm in The Discovery room at The Living Seas Centre, South Landing, Flamborough.
MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU
May the force be with you as we celebrate Star Wars day, with model making, children’s activities and trails. Dress as your favorite character for a special photo opportunity
WHEN AND WHERE
Time: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Where: Scarborough market & vaults
Luke Wright celebrates 20 years of verse at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre
There’s more to 2019 than Brexit. It’s also the year that a new Poet Laureate will be appointed, and in which poet Luke Wright celebrates the 20th anniversary of his first ever gigs with his first all-new poetry show in three years.
The poet, whose last visit to the SJT was in 2016 with his award-winningWhat I Learned from Johnny Bevan, will bring his new show Luke Wright, Poet Laureate to the venue in May.
Luke got around to thinking about combining these three momentous events (only two of which, let’s face it, are actual certainties). So he’s chucked his hat into the ring for poetry’s top job and embarked on a mission to write poems to unite a nation divided by austerity and Brexit. Can it be done? Can one poet ever really represent an entire nation? Luke delves into the murky world of Poets Laureate past: the heroes, the villains, and ones who didn’t even write poetry – just who are these previously laureled rogues?
He’s a dark horse for the job at best. He rejected his invite to the Palace in 2012 and he’s really got to stop penning all those one-vowelled invectives about Tory politicians if he’s to get a look in.
Luke says: “We turn to poetry at significant times in our lives: births, weddings, and funerals; when we are seeking solace; when we can’t find the right words ourselves. In the internet age we are pretty adept at seeking out the poetry we need. At times of national tragedy the right poet steps forward with the right words. So what need do we have of a national poet? How can just one poet represent our country? The laureateship is imperialistic and patriarchal. It imitates the monarchy it was created to prop up. Maybe it’s time to cut poetry free from the establishment.”
Luke Wright, Poet Laureate enjoyed a two-week sell-out run in Edinburgh, and now the show the critics are calling his best ever takes to the road, including Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre on Saturday 4 May.
The centrepiece of the show, as always, will be Luke’s blistering verse and impassioned delivery. Big-hearted and quick-witted, his poems have been lauded by everyone from Patti Smith to The Libertines. Truly a wordsmith and raconteur at the top of his game, he’s a Fringe First winner, a Stage Award and he’s been the Fringe’s favourite poet for 15 years.
Luke performed his first gig aged 17 while still at 6th form college in Colchester in early 1999. His first paid gig followed a few months later at Norwich Arts Centre. Shortly afterwards he co-founded poetry collective Aisle16, going on to inspire a generation of young poets (and reinvigorate a few older ones). He has performed around the world and published a series of acclaimed books. The latest, After Engine Trouble, has just been published by Rough Trade.
Luke has written and performed 12 full-length shows, winning multiple awards for his debut ‘verse play’ What I Learned from Johnny Bevan. He has been credited with making poetry relevant to a new generation and revitalising the spoken word touring circuit. He has performed in venues ranging from the back rooms of pubs to the London Palladium and a grand chamber in the Palace of Westminster. He can often be seen opening for John Cooper Clarke, his verse documentaries on Channel 4 have been enjoyed by millions and his poems can be heard on BBC Radios 3 and 4, sometimes further afield. He curates the spoken word line-ups at Port Eliot Festival, Festival Number 6 and The Edinburgh International Book Festival and did so for eleven years for Latitude Festival.
For more information on Luke, please visit: lukewright.co.uk
Luke Wright, Poet Laureate can be seen in the McCarthy at the SJT at 7.45pm on Saturday 4 May. Tickets are priced from £10, and can be booked at the box office on 01723 370541 or via the website:www.sjt.uk.com
SCARBOROUGH BOWLS FESTIVAL @ SCARBOROUGH BOWLS CENTRE
WHEN: Sun 5th - Fri 10th May
DETAILS: A Unique 6-day event open to ALL – A Great Success The Scarborough Bowls Festival 2019 will attract competitors from all over the region. This unique 6-day event will take place from Sunday 5th until Friday 10th May 2019 and is open to ALL age groups and ALL abilities.
"Faust" RoH OperaSunday 5th May 6.45 pm
Disillusioned with life, the aged philosopher Faust calls upon Satan to help him. The devil Méphistophélès appears and strikes a bargain with him: he will give him youth and the love of the beautiful Marguerite, if Faust will hand over his soul. Faust agrees, and Méphistophélès arranges matters so that Marguerite becomes infatuated with Faust who,however, soon abandons her. Her brother Valentin returns from war and is furious to find his sister pregnant. Will Faust repent his destructive actions, and can his soul, and Marguerite's, be saved? Gounod's Faust (1859) was one of the world's most popular operas from the 1860s to World War II.
New & Selected Potatoes – poet John Hegley makes a welcome return to Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre
Thursday 9 May at 7.45pm
Poet John Hegley makes a welcome return to Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre next month with his new show, New & Selected Potatoes.
The ‘interactive lyricist’ has 30 years’ experience at the Edinburgh Fringe, where some years ago he was nominated for the Comedy Award: but it's not just joking.
New & Selected Potatoes is an exuberance of songs, drawings and poems and baroque dance steps with material encompassing furniture, fig rolls, fisher-birds and a trip to Rotherham Library.
The show, which will also include a new poem written specifically for the SJT performance, draws on the audience's singing and movement potential and upon pieces in the book of this name, in which reside the author's family alongside John Keats, Giacometti and some Daleks.
John Hegley was born in North London in 1953 but soon moved with his family to Luton. Before attending Bradford University to study European Literature and Sociology, he worked as a bus conductor and as a civil servant. He began his performing career at Interaction (a tiny campus in North London which specialised in playful participatory theatre outreach and goat care), was discovered in 1983 by John Peel as part of the band The Popticians, and now enjoys a cult following among fans of subversive comedy.
His surreal poetry is often heard on BBC radio and widely performed live, often set to music that is played by the poet himself. He has published ten books, including Glad to Wear Glasses (1990) and other titles of verse, prose and drama, several of which are illustrated with his drawings. He has also published a collection of photographs of potatoes.
John Hegley is one of three poets performing at the SJT in May, the others being Luke Wright, who brings his new show Luke Wright, Poet Laureate on 4 May, and Rowan McCabe, the ‘world’s first door-to-door poet’ on 15 May. Poetry lovers can see all three on a ‘three shows for the price of two’ offer.
New & Selected Potatoes can be seen in the McCarthy at the SJT at 7.45pm on Thursday 9 May. Tickets are priced from £10, and can be booked at the box office on 01723 370541 or via the website: www.sjt.uk.com
Contemporary Art & Craft Fair on Saturday 11th May 2019 from 10am - 5pm
The fair will provide a fantastic opportunity to buy affordable original art. The event is being organised by the friends of St Martin's and they look forward to welcoming you and a wide variety of local professional artists and makers that will present their work for sale inside the beautiful surroundings of the church.
PAINTINGS | PRINTS | CERAMICS | PHOTOGRAPHY | TEXTILES | JEWELLERY | MIXED MEDIA | PAPER CUTS
Suffering Arcadia - Annabel McCourt
Scarborough Art Gallery
Saturday 11th May - Sunday 1st September
10am - 5pm Tuesday - Sunday
Three installations by a leading contemporary British artist will go on show at Scarborough Art Gallery in the summer of 2019.
Annabel McCourt’s Suffering Arcadia comprises two brand new installations commissioned by Scarborough Museums Trust, which runs the gallery, and an existing piece.
The two new pieces are Happy Hour in the Harmful Factory and MAGA Grabber. The third piece, recently returned from Africa and on its way to China,Electric Fence, was first seen at Hull Minster as part of Hull’s UK City of Culture 2017.
Ring 01723 374753 for more information
"Dialogues Des Carmelites" Met Opera New YorkSaturday 11th May 5 pm
Composed by Francis Poulenc this is the tragic story of the nuns of a Carmelite convent who, during the Terror following the French Revolution, live in hope and fear under the constant threat of the guillotine. The ever-fearful Blanche de la Force joins the Carmelite order but when the order is suppressed under the Revolution, the sisters swear that they are willing to die a martyr’s death for their faith. In the turmoil, Blanche flees to her home; in the meantime, however, her father has become a victim of the Terror and when she learns that the other sisters are to be victims of the Terror Blanche overcomes her fear of dying and joins them.
Poetry & Performance
Saturday 11th May
6:30pm - 9pm
Following the successful pilot event with Sean Bonney, the unique and atmospheric upper gallery of the Rotunda Museum Scarborough will host a series of evening readings and performances.
Antony Dunn will be performing poems from his most recent collection, Take This One to Bed (Valley Press) - reviewed in The North magazine as " wonderful poems…
Jonathan Jeeves performs an eccentric selection of fabulous songs.
Lisa Ponter is a local poet and dramatist and member of the Beach Hut Theatre Company.
Ring 01723 353665 for more information and to book
Fundraising Walk - JOIN IN on Sunday May 12
Scarborough Cavaliers are organising a “Walk for Water” fundraising event on Sunday, May 12. This is part of the club`s international project for this year and begins at the Hayburn Wyke Inn at 10.00am.
Chair of the International Committee, John Walker said “ We are hoping to raise money to continue to bring safe water to 3,000 people in six remote communities in Ghana.”
“Presently, women and sometimes young children spend many hours every day collecting water that is mostly not fit to drink”.
The Rotary Club has been working in Ghana for a number of years. Initially hand operated filters are installed in each community to enable them to produce enough safe water to drink. As more funds become available, the filters are replaced by boreholes, giving abundant fresh water at the heart of the village.
Working with trusted partners in Ghana, we have so far installed six filters, and borehole with two more are in progress.
This year the sponsored walk aims to bring a borehole to a fourth community.
The circular 5.3mile walk begins at the Hayburn Wyke Inn and heads through woodlands and along the Cleveland Way, then returns to the inn along the Cinder Track.
JOIN IN NOW - sign up and can get more details and sponsorship forms by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Villagers make full use of their new borehole
NHS Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) backs Dying Matters campaign
NHS Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is backing a national campaign which aims to encourage people to talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement.
The campaign known as ‘Dying Matters Week’ will run from 13 to 19 May and this year’s theme is ‘Are We Ready?’ which is a question that challenges people to consider if they are ready for their own death, or the deaths of those they care about.
The scheme also looks to encourage people to talk about their needs towards the end of their lives, including where they want to die and discuss funeral plans with friends, family and loved ones.
NHS Scarborough and Ryedale CCG Governing Body GP, Dr Jenni Lawrence, said: “Talking more openly about death can have a huge impact on the future of services available to patients and their families; we want people to have as much control as possible over how and where they die.
“Planning for death can obviously be very emotional and daunting which is why a lot of people don’t take care of the practical aspects such as wills, funeral planning, organ donation and potential future care for their families.
“This campaign is all about working together to make sure people get the right support when it comes to death, whether it is helping people plan for the end of their life or supporting carers, friends or family.””
The campaign can also be supported through volunteering at local hospices, supporting local bereavement charities or even hosting local community events to spread the word about ‘Dying Matters Week’.
You can find out more on the campaign and how to get involved on the Dying Matters website: https://www.dyingmatters.org/blog/dying-matters-2019-theme-are-we-ready
Dying Matters also has an events map on their website so you can see what is happening locally and wider, which you can view at: https://www.dyingmatters.org/page/map-awareness-week-events-2019
NHS Scarborough and Ryedale CCG also has an entire section about End of Life Care on our website: at www.scarboroughryedaleccg.nhs.uk/your-health/end-of-life-care/
A brand new musical opportunity is coming to Scarborough and there's a call for local singers, of all abilities, to get involved. Remarkable Rock Choir has been established in Bridlington & Beverley for 3 years, with over 160 members, and for the first time, they're coming to Scarborough. The choir sings with a live band of professional musicians and performs in some of the best local venues.
They are hosting a free taster session on Monday May 13th, at the YMCA, St Thomas Street, Scarborough, YO11 1DY, at 7:30pm. Prospective members can come along for a free taster session on that first night, or any Monday (excluding Bank Holidays) up till the end of term in July. The choir is open to anyone aged 16 & over, and there's no audition to join. If you do decide to join the entire term costs just £38.
Musical Director Mark Howley said "Scarborough has a great music scene and lots of fantastic choirs. Hopefully we can compliment what's already going on and provide something different. Remarkable Rock is not a typical choir – you work with a full team of vocal coaches at every rehearsal and perform with a live rock band. No backing tracks, no T-Shirts, a genuine rock experience. There's no audition, no formal training or experience needed, no need to be able read music - we use great rock songs and gorgeous harmonies. We perform music from all Eras & Genres of Rock - from Chuck Berry, The Beatles & Bowie through to R.E.M., Radiohead, & The Red Hot Chilli Peppers. Hopefully we can getting Scarborough rocking!".
The group will be rehearsing at the YMCA on Mondays, 7:30pm, from May 13th.
You can message Mark for more details or to register your interest on 07943 276496 or email@example.com
Musical comedy Drip comes to Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre
Tuesday 14 May
Script Club and Boundless Theatre bring a new one-man musical comedy to Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre next month.
Drip is by Tom Wells, with music by Matthew Robins, the duo behind Broken Biscuits, which seen at the SJT in 2016. Tom Wells also wrote the highly acclaimed Jumpers for Goalposts, seen at the SJT in 2013. Directed by Jane Fallowfield, it’s performed by Josh Tucker.
Liam is 15, and he’s just signed up for Bev Road Baths’ first ever synchronized swimming team. It’s for his best mate, Caz, really. She needs to get a team together to win the annual Project Prize at school. She tries every year. She always loses.
But Liam’s an optimist; he’s determined to help. There’s just one problem. Liam can’t swim.
Following a sell-out run in 2017 and a run at the Bush Theatre, Drip is now touring the UK in 2019. The original production was supported by Hull City Council and Hull UK City of Culture.
Drip can be seen in the McCarthy at the SJT at 7.45pm on Tuesday 14 May. Tickets are priced from £10, and can be booked at the box office on 01723 370541 or via the website:www.sjt.uk.com
Meet the world’s first Door-to-Door Poet at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre
Wednesday 15 May, 7.45pm
What do you think would happen if you knocked on a stranger's door and offered to write them a poem?
Find out in a new show, Door-to-Door Poetry, at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre next month.
Three years ago, Rowan McCabe became the world’s first Door-to-Door Poet. Knocking on strangers' doors, he asks what is important to them, then goes away and writes a poem about this, free of charge, before bringing it back and performing it on their doorstep.
Through this bold and arguably stupid act, he hopes to prove that anyone in the world can enjoy poetry. The project has been featured inThe Guardian, on BBC
Breakfast and was named 'Best of Today' on BBC Radio 4.
Through a funny and thought-provoking mix of spoken word and theatre, Door-to-Door Poetry charts the full story of Rowan's adventures around the North East of England, including his visit to a mosque in Newcastle and his trip to Kingston Road in Stockton, the location for Channel 4’s controversial documentary Benefits Street.
Completely out of his comfort zone, Rowan stumbles into a series of unlikely events that question fixed notions about the world we live in. Discussing isolation and prejudice in today's society, this show asks a simple, yet vital question: Can we trust strangers?
Door-to-Door Poetry is the third poetry evening at the SJT in May: Luke Wright brings his new show Poet Laureate on Saturday 4 May, and John Hegley will perform his new show, New & Selected Potatoes, on Thursday 9 May. Poetry lovers wishing can get tickets for all three shows for the price of two if booked at the same time.
Door-to-Door Poetry can be seen in the McCarthy at the SJT at 7.45pm on Wednesday 15 May. Tickets are priced from £10, and can be booked at the box office on 01723 370541 or via the website: www.sjt.uk.com
Chris Hodgkins International Quartet
Wednesday 15th May, Scarborough Jazz Club 8:45
The Cask, Cambridge Terrace YO11 2LQ
www.scarboroughjazz.co.uk Box Office: 01723 821888
Award-winning trumpet player, Chris Hodgkins, leads an outstanding Anglo/American quartet for this UK tour – New York based, South Korean Jinjoo Yoo on piano, guitarist Wayne Wilkinson and Alison Rayner on bass.
"I had the opportunity to record and work with Wayne in the UK in 2017 and for the tour I added Alison Rayner - my favourite bass player," explains Hodgkins. "A year ago I heard Jinjoo Yoo's work on a blog "Jazz Lives". I was knocked out with her playing, fresh; modern but with a marvellous grasp and redolence of the past - coincidentally Lance Liddle of Bebop Spoken Here gave Jinjoo a rave review."
The quartet will be performing some of their favourite standards as well as four original pieces written specially for the tour. Wilkinson wrote 'Martino’s Waltz' in honour of the jazz guitarist Pat Martino who suffered a severe brain aneurysm and made a remarkable recovery by relearning the guitar by studying his own recordings. 'Two Hats and a Paper Bag’ is inspired by Rayner’s meeting in New York with Jaco Pastorius. Yoo's new composition is dedicated to Mary Lou Williams, ‘To Mary With Love’ and inspired by the tune ‘Mary's Waltz’, also known as 'Bebop Waltz’, by Herbie Nichols.
“‘Festooned with Trumpets’ is dedicated to Humphrey Lyttelton to whom I lent my trumpet for a concert at the Bull’s Head,” explains Hodgkins. "A couple of weeks later I was listening to Humph present his programme on the BBC ,"The Best of Jazz", when he announced that he had left his horn home for the first time in a 60 year career and that I "arrived like the US Cavalry in the nick of time festooned with trumpets”. Hence the title."
With a series of 10 charity concerts, the Royal Air Force Music Charitable Trust is pleased to announce their 2019 Anniversary Tour will start at the Spa in Scarborough on Friday 17th May.
Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of the charity, and in accordance with its charitable objects, this special 2019 tour will once again be ‘raising welfare funds by the performance of live music by Royal Air Force musicians’. Indeed, despite being one of the newest and smallest of the family of RAF Service charities, with no employees and managed by just three trustees, over these years the charity has established itself as one of the most significant organisers of Royal Air Force charity concerts, whilst also donating in excess of £60,000 to various Service charities.
Malcolm Goodman says that “following the success of the RAF Centenary Concert in Lincoln Cathedral and other RAF100 events in 2018, it is a privilege to present so many concerts by some of the finest military musicians in the country. With performances by the Central Band of the RAF, Band of the RAF College and Band of the RAF Regiment, along with RAF Swing Wing and the Royal Air Force Squadronaires, this will be a very special celebration year for the RAF Music Charitable Trust.”
Following the concert in Scarborough, the RAF bands will perform in Newark, Doncaster, Weston Super Mare, and uniquely in the cathedrals of Exeter, Chester and Sheffield, along with a series of three concerts in London.
The charity was established by Sergeant (Ret.) Malcolm Goodman MBE who was then a serving member of the Band of the RAF Regiment, and also Public Relations and Marketing Manager for the RAF Music Services. In his role as Honorary Administrator, from the charity’s home in Newark he is supported by two other volunteer trustees, Warrant Officer (Ret.) Trevor McDonald and Sergeant (Ret.) John Baigent. As former RAF musicians, all three trustees are also veterans of the First Gulf War, having served together on active service at Field Hospitals in Saudi Arabia during the 1991 conflict.
Following the appointment of former Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sir Michael Graydon GCB CBE, the RAF Music Charitable Trust was registered with the Charity Commission in 2004.
For further information and tickets for this 2019 Anniversary Tour, please visit the charity website at www.rafmct.org.uk
LOVE YOUR MARKET
Celebrate everything local in your historic market and vaults, with music, crafts, fun family activities and free goodies join us every day for something different while supporting your local suppliers
WHEN AND WHERE
Date: 17/05/2019 - 31/05/2019
Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Where: Scarborough market hall & vaults
" Ballet Triple " RoH BalletSaturday 18th May 7 pm
The contemporary face of The Royal Ballet is shown in works from three of today's leading choreographers. Wheeldon's Within the Golden Hour is based around seven couples separating and intermingling, to music by Vivaldi and Bossi and lit with rich colours suggested by sunset. Pite's Flight Pattern, revived for the first time, uses Górecki's familiar music and a large dance ensemble for a poignant and passionate reflection on migration Between them, a new work created on The Royal Ballet by the acclaimed choreographerSidi Larbi Cherkaoui has its premiere to bring the contemporary truly up-to-date.
ARTISTS from across the Scarborough area are being invited to showcase their talent at a fundraising exhibition.
St Mark’s Church in Newby is celebrate community creativity by holding the exhibition as the centre piece of a free week-long arts festival, with events held daily from Sunday 19 May to Bank Holiday Monday, 27 May.
As well as the exhibition, the church is to host music, film and literary events each evening, beginning with a grand opening night, starting at 6pm.
‘We’re giving local artists the chance to reveal their hidden talents – and raise money for the church at the same time,’ said festival spokesman Trevor King.
‘Many people in this area may have not exhibited before and their work is maybe in the shed or the bedroom and kept secret.’
Mr King said they want to feature a diversity of art, including paintings, drawings, photography and 3-D work including ceramics, glassware and textiles.
He added: ‘We know this town has so many people who are really gifted. We want them to get involved and show us what they can do.’
All the exhibits will be up for sale with the artist receiving an agreed percentage of the sale price, said Mr King.
There promises to be something for everyone during the week with a busy programme of events.
· Opening night with cheese and wine. Steve Brookes on piano
· Open rehearsal of Staxton Singers
· Film night showing Ewan McGregor in Christopher Robin
· Scalby School music evening
· Published artists and poets at literary evening
· Scarborough Community Choir in concert
· Singing vicar Revd. Mike Leigh and friends
· Thanksgiving Praise Service
The festival is the latest of a series of fundraising events St Mark’s is staging as it aims to raise £250,000 to build an annex at the rear of the church by 2022.
The extension will include a kitchen and café area, toilets, an office, meeting rooms and storage space.
A new £95,000 roof has just been completed from grants, legacies and a series of fundraising events held over three years.
Services were held in the church hall on Coldyhill Lane until work to the roof as well as extensive rewiring inside the church was completed.
Looking ahead to the festival and daily exhibition, Mr King said: ‘Everybody is excited about what we have planned.
‘We hope people from across the town will come along and really enjoy all the festival has to offer with us.’
Artists who would like to display their work should contact Trevor on 07941 338 466 or firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Scarborough Flower Club 's next demonstration is on Tuesday 21st May at St Columba Church Hall at 7.30.
Lucy Richardson is demonstrating with her title "Flotsam & Jetsam".
Guests welcome.Price £7.00 payable on the door.
For more details contact Christine on 07977 611337
REVIVE @ SCARBOROUGH SPA
WHEN: Saturday 1st June
DETAILS: Scarborough's Biggest Ever Indoor Pop Event comes to The Grand Hall on Saturday 1 June 2019. Featuring Five, Atomic Kitten & Liberty X and hosted by Paddy In The Morning from Yorkshire Coast Radio. www.scarboroughspa.co.uk
Haçienda Classical – the stunning live music event which brings the iconic sounds and unique atmosphere of the legendary club – is heading to Scarborough Open Air Theatre this summer.
The critically acclaimed show, which has been a smash hit with clubbers and dance music fans since its debut in 2016, will headline the UK’s biggest open air arena on Saturday 8th June 2019.
"Romeo and Juliet" RoH Ballet
Saturday 15th June 7 pm
Romeo and Juliet fall passionately in love, but their families are caught up in a deadly feud, and having married in secret tragic circumstances lead Romeo to fight and kill Juliet's cousin Tybalt. As punishment, he is banished from the city, and when Juliet's parents force her to marry Paris, she takes drastic action by drinking a potion to make her appear dead so she can escape to join Romeo. Her plan fails however with further tragic consequences. Kenneth MacMillan's passionate choreography for Romeo and Juliet shows The Royal Ballet at its dramatic finest while Sergey Prokofiev's iconic score provides the basis for the ballet's romantic pas de deux and vibrant crowd scenes.
THE Scarborough Group of Advanced Motorists (IAM RoadSmart) is offering local drivers the chance to find out how good their driving actually is, completely free of charge.
The first free assessment will take place on Tuesday 16 April from 7pm until dusk at The Street, William Street Coach Park. There is also one on 18 June at 7pm.
IAM Roadsmart is a national road safety charity in existence since 1956 originally as the IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists) but recently rebranded as IAM Roadsmart. The IAM has always provided training to members of the public through its network of 190 volunteer groups to prepare them for the Advanced Driving Test. Each group is a registered charity. The Scarborough Group formed in 1982 and has successfully trained nearly 1000 drivers to pass the Advanced Driving Test.
All training and free assessment is provided by group volunteers, who undergo stringent testing. ‘Observers’ are now independently tested every three years to ensure they have the interpersonal skills, driving theory knowledge and driving skills to provide high quality driver training.
TICKETS ON SALE 10AM - 18/11/18
TO RETURN FOR SUMMER 2019 GIG AT SCARBOROUGH OPEN AIR THEATRE
The UK’s most successful hitmaker, Cliff Richard, is returning to Scarborough Open Air Theatre in 2019.
It is announced today that Cliff will headline Europe’s largest open air arena on Wednesday June 26.
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Sunday November 18 at scarboroughopenairtheatre.com
The show marks a return to the Yorkshire coast for the music legend following his sell-out show at Scarborough OAT in 2017 and comes as the singer is celebrating the 60th anniversary of his first single Move It! being released.
Marking this significant milestone, Warner's Music is releasing a new album of completely original songs. The album Rise Up is Cliff's 104th official UK release, although it is the first album for 14 years, since 2004's Something's Goin' On, that features completely new material rather than Cliff's unique interpretation of classic songs.
Cliff is the second 2019 headliner to be revealed for Scarborough OAT following the announcement earlier today that Kylie Minogue will perform at the Yorkshire coast venue on Thursday August 1.
The announcements mark the start of the 2019 season and follow a record breaking 2018 which saw the venue attract more than 90,000 music fans.
Venue programmer Peter Taylor, director of promoters Cuffe and Taylor, said: “Cliff Richard is without a doubt a legend of the music industry. He has enjoyed massive success for 60 years and wows his audience time and time again.
“We have worked with Cliff on numerous shows and tours and are absolutely delighted to be working with him again, and especially to be bringing him back to Scarborough.
“The crowds loved Cliff in Scarborough in 2017 and I have no doubt they will have an absolute ball once again watching and hearing their hero perform the hits that made him a household name as well as his new material which is sure to be a massive hit.”
Cliff’s new album Rise Up will be released on November 23. The album’s title track is currently riding high in the vinyl charts and is his 145th official UK release, showing that Cliff continues to be a much-loved music legend, and someone who is very capable of entertaining with great energy and passion.
In 60 years, Cliff has recorded almost 1,300 song titles, composed 100 songs, achieved 14 number one singles (40 Top 5, 68 Top 10, and 96 Top 20), and seven number one albums (28 Top 5, 44 Top 10, and 53 Top 20). Move It!, where it all started, is the most recorded song in Cliff's back catalogue, numbering 23 different versions.
Able to change with the times and tastes and remaining hugely popular, Cliff nonetheless has stayed faithful to his rock and roll roots throughout. Because, when many people would be thinking of retiring or settling down to a quieter life, Cliff Richard continues to draw massive crowds to his concerts and regularly reaches the top ten with his albums. Not bad for someone who critics thought wouldn't last way back in 1958!
Tickets for Cliff Richard’s headline show at Scarborough Open Air Theatre go on sale at 9am on Sunday November 18 viawww.scarboroughopenairtheatre.com or from Scarborough Open Air Theatre Box Office (01723 818111) and the Discover Yorkshire Coast Tourism Bureau (01723 383636).
Summer Clothes Swap
With Yay Coffee
Friday 28th June
This will be a chance to refresh your wardrobe in time for summer, chill & grab a drink with friends, listen to some live music & generally have some fun in a stunning space.
The event will take place to round up a month of exciting things at Woodend. It's in the early stages, so keep your eyes peeled for updates!
Yay will also be raising money for charity too, so it'll all be for a good cause. As well as our own wardrobes.
Ring 01723 384500 for more information
Some of the world’s most talented Broadway and West End stars will unite at Scarborough Open Air Theatre this summer for an evening of beautiful live music, complete with a stunning 32-piece orchestra.
West End Proms will present a breath-taking evening which will feature songs from such smash hit musicals as Les Misérables, Phantom Of The Opera, The Greatest Showman, Rock Of Ages, Wicked, Sunset Boulevard, Dear Evan Hansen and more.
West End Proms boasts a top cast, including the award-winning John Owen-Jones (Les Mis in the West End and Broadway), Ben Forster, winner of ITV’s Superstar (2012), plus Rachel John and Jon Robyns, stars of West End show of the moment Hamilton.
Jodie Steele and Jamie Muscato, two of the leading actors from the show Heathers, plus Lauren Samuels, who rose to prominence as a finalist on the BBC’s Over the Rainbow, and Marisha Wallace, leading lady of Dreamgirls and Waitress, together with Aladdin on Broadway, are also confirmed.
Woodend Live with Lachlan Bryan & The Wildes
Saturday 13th July
Lachlan Bryan and The Wildes pioneered the alt-country and Americana music movement in Australia, beginning with 2010 debut album Ballad of a Young Married Man.
The band have played just about every major festival on the Australian calendar and have toured with the likes of Steve Earle, John Hiatt, Joan Armatrading, Shawn Colvin and The North Mississippi Allstars, just to name a few.
Even on large festival stages Lachlan and the band create the feeling of a warm, intimate space - the emphasis is on the storytelling (as much between songs as during them) and the 'fourth wall' is most definitely broken. The band is well known for spontaneous sets
Ring 01723 384500 to book or visit https://lachlan19.eventbrite.co.uk
It has been a whirlwind four years since Years & Years’ 2015 debut smash hit album ‘Communion’ landed with the massive hit singles ‘King’, ‘Desire’ and ‘Shine’.
The band followed it up with last year’s breath-taking ‘Palo Santo’ which spawned the singles ‘Sanctify’, Top 10 hit ‘If You’re Over Me’ and ‘All for You’.
The album was a Top 3 hit in the UK and topped the Billboard Dance/Electronic Album Chart in the US.
Years & Years – Olly Alexander, Mikey Goldsworthy and Emre Türkmen – are famed for their electrifying live shows. They are the reigning ‘GQ Live Act of The Year’ and have built a massive fanbase around the globe.
And it’s been a brilliant start to 2019 for the band. Recent single ‘Play’ with Jax Jones went Top 10 in the UK alongside a nomination for Best British Band at this year’s BRIT Awards
British music legends Madness are bringing their 40th anniversary celebrations to Scarborough Open Air Theatre this summer.
Fresher of face and fleeter of foot than ever, it’s hard to believe 2019 will mark four decades since a rag tag of self-proclaimed ‘hoolies and urchins’ first emerged, gloriously unreconstructed, from the back streets of Camden Town fusing reggae, punk and pop on their classic debut album ‘One Step Beyond’.
Now in the 40th year of their near-Imperial reign over popular music, 2019 sees a raft of activity including a not-to-be-missed show at Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Friday 19th July 2019.
Chart topper Lewis Capaldi is one of the most critically acclaimed artists of his generation. The 22-year-old singer songwriter has just scored his first UK Number One single with the sensational ‘Someone You Loved’.
Lewis’ eagerly awaited debut album ‘Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish’ Extent will be released on 17th May.
Since bursting onto the scene in 2017, with his debut release ‘Bruises’, Lewis has sold out no fewer than three back-to-back headline tours.
The young Scotsman has achieved successive Radio 1 A-List tracks, amassed more than 330 million plays across streaming services and was shortlisted for the 2019 Brits Critics’ Choice award.
As well as selling more than 90,000 tickets for his own headline shows, Lewis has also joined such musical peers as Sam Smith, Rag’n’ Bone Man, Bastille and Niall Horan on tour, playing to audiences in excess of 500,000.
Global superstar and chart record holder Jess Glynne is returning to headline Scarborough Open Air Theatre this summer.
Jess – the only ever British female solo artist to score seven UK Number One singles – performed an unforgettable gig at the Yorkshire coast venue in 2017. And in an announcement that will delight her legions of fans, Jess is bringing her stunning live show to Britain’s largest open-air arena again on Sunday 21st July.
The line-up for this year’s Scarborough Jazz Festival is complete thanks to a very exciting addition.
‘We wanted something special to fill a gap in the Friday afternoon programme,’ said Festival Director Mike Gordon. ‘And I think we’ve got it with the seven-piece band Wild Card. Their music is dynamic, exuberant and flamboyant appealing to jazz fans and more mainstream music lovers alike.’
Critically acclaimed guitarist Clement Regert's Wild Card is a melting pot of musical ideas, fusing urban rhythms and grooves with a Latin attitude.
Trumpet, sax, trombone, guitar, Hammond Organ, drums, and American vocalist Corina Kwami. should have a tremendous impact in the Spa Grand Hall.
Wild Card have made a name for themselves on the European jazz scene in the last few years and have a residency upstairs at Ronnie Scotts.
‘The disparate genres tumble over one another in a cheerful riot... Great tunes, great musicianship and great fun’ Londonjazznews.com
‘A festival highlight - groovacious music purveyed through jazz edginess to an appreciative audience. Wild Card indeed!’ Paul Pace (Booker Ronnie Scotts)
This year’s festival takes place at Scarborough Spa over the weekend of 20-22 September 2019.
Earlybird Weekend Tickets are now on sale, priced at just £90 until 31 March 2019.
The line-up, with more to come is:
Alan Barnes + 11
Alec Dankworth’s ‘Spanish Accents’
Bonsai (formally Jam Experiment)
Clark Tracey Quintet
Freddie Gavita Quartet
Jeremy Sassoon’s Ray Charles Project
Jim Mullen’s Volunteers
John Law Quartet
Kate Peter’s Big Band
New Jazz Extempore
Sam Rapley’s Fabled
Tony Kofi Quartet
CELEBRATE EASTER WEEKEND
20TH – 21ST APRIL – EASTER WEEKEND Join us for fun children’s activities, trails and much more to help with the celebrations, plus music and special Sunday lunch 12 noon – 3pm
WHEN AND WHERE
Date: 20/04/2019 - 21/04/2019
Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm
Where: Scarborough Market Hall
Sir Mark Elder (conductor)
Nicky Spence (Parsifal)
Iain Paterson (Amfortas)
Gabor Bretz (Gurnemanz)
Wagner – Prelude to Act 1 and Act 3 of Parsifal
For his final masterpiece, Wagner turned away from themes of power and romantic love towards the sacred realm, aiming to compose a work in which ‘the most sublime mysteries of the Christian faith are openly presented on stage’. His ‘festival play of consecration’ re-tells the ancient story of Parsifal, a ‘holy fool’ made wise through pity and redeemed by a simple act of compassion. Act III is the spiritual heart and emotional climax of the work, as Parsifal fulfils his journey towards understanding. After a solemn orchestral prelude to represent the turmoil from which the world must be saved, there follow two scenes of redemption. In the first, Parsifal shares his own transformation with Kundry by baptising her; in the second, he heals the wounds of Amfortas. Between the two scenes, the famous Good Friday Music celebrates the day on which the world is renewed – a moving paean to the beauty of nature that sees springtime as a reflection of the Resurrection of Christ on Easter Day. The work ends with an unforgettable chorus, a symbolic joining of earth and heaven, as boy trebles join a massed chorus while a white dove descends. ‘The hero’s path to compassion and understanding can be a metaphor’ says Pope Francis, ‘to better understand how human beings understand themselves today.’
Sir Mark Elder and the Hallé are second-to-none in this music. Their 2013 Proms performance was described by The Guardian as ‘a constant wonder’ and by The Spectator as ‘miraculous’, while for The Daily Telegraph he and the orchestra found the ‘spiritual halo’ and ‘all the essential pain and anguish’ of the work. Heard in York Minster during Holy Week, this will surely be an unforgettable performance.
'Elder’s single-minded patience creates a powerful and quietly hypnotic sense of weary sadness, an entirely appropriate feeling of pale grandeur. He controls everything with 'the surest of touches right up until a deeply moving account of the final bars, and his orchestra are with him every second of the way, playing with sensitivity and feeling, as well as an impressive delicacy of timbre' - Gramophone
Magic Mike's Easter Eggstravaganza
Wednesday 17 April 2019
Doors: 1.30pm Show: 2pm
The Spa Theatre Scarborough Spa
We are delighted to announce Magic Mike will bring his Easter Special to Scarborough Spa for the first time ever!
Join Magic Mike and all his friends for a brand new Easter Eggstravaganza!
Come and help the cast search for our very special guest-The Easter Bunny!
Easter Magic treats and lots audience participation for 2 hours of family fun this Easter Holiday.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 25 January at 10am from Scarborough Spa's website and box office (01723) 821888.
All Tickets: £8.50 (plus booking fees)
Meet Violet at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre
Violet, a new play about human connection and inter-generational friendship comes to Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre next month.
Violet is starting to forget, but she's got a long life to remember before she does. There are rights to wrong and ends to tie up; a life well lived is never neat. Generations younger, Bertie is at the beginning with no idea what lies ahead. She's looking for something to point her in the right direction.
From new playwright Bebe Sanders and award-winning company Poor Michelle,Violet is a new play about human connection and inter-generational friendships. It quietly explores themes of mental health, dementia, and loneliness without forgetting the often funny and absurd moments of ordinary life.
Directed by Ellie Gauge, Violet is written and performed by Bebe Sanders. Bebe graduated from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 2013; her acting credits since include Twelfth Night (Orange Tree), Three Winters (National Theatre) and international tours of The Bunker Trilogy and The Frontier Trilogy (Jethro Compton Productions). Her first play, Pebbles, had a sell-out run at The Katzspace in October 2017. She is currently developing a new play supported by Paines Plough as one of their Big Room writers.
Violet can be seen in the McCarthy at the SJT at 7.45pm on Tuesday 7 May. Tickets are priced from £10, and can be booked at the box office on 01723 370541 or via the website: www.sjt.uk.com
"Rembrandt" Sunday 14th 7.30 pm
With exclusive, privileged access to London’s National Gallery and Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum this film interweaves Rembrandt’s life story with behind-the-scenes preparations at these world famous institutions. The exhibition focuses on the highlights from the final years of Rembrandt’s life, commonly thought to be his finest years. The film explores each of the exhibition’s key works, through contributions from specially invited guests including curators and leading art historians.
Books By The Beach 2019 presents:
Sir Michael Palin: EREBUS, The Story of a Ship
Sunday 14 April 2019
The Grand Hall, Scarborough Spa- (Please note change of room)
Start Time: 7pm
EXTRA TICKETS RELEASED! Due to demand, Sir Michael will now be appearing in Scarborough Spa's Grand Hall, extra tickets go on sale on Friday 22nd March 2019 at 10am.
An illustrated talk of an epic polar adventure by master explorer and storyteller Michael Palin.
In September 2014 the wreck of HMS Erebus was discovered at the bottom of the sea in the frozen wastes of the Canadian Arctic. It’s whereabouts had been a mystery for over a century and a half. From its launch in 1826 to its ultimate catastrophe in the Arctic, Michael’s account brings this extraordinary ship back to life.
He explores the careers of the ship’s explorers and the courage of British sailors and officers on their voyages to the ends of the earth.
To help tell this story Michael travelled to various locations around the world to search for local information and to experience at first hand the terrain and conditions that would have confronted the Erebus and her crew. His account combines a chilling adventure and a golden age polar exploration.
Michael has written and starred in many TV programmes and films. He has also made travel documentaries taking him from the Poles to the Sahara Desert.
His books include accounts of his journeys, two novels and several volumes of diaries. From 2009 -2012 he was president of the Royal Geographic Society and in 2013 made a BAFTA fellow.
Don’t miss this chance to meet Michael and have a book signed by him at the event
Tickets: £12 (plus booking fees), Restricted View: £10 (plus booking fees)
SPRING WEDDING FAIR
Planning that special occasion? Visit Scarborough Market Wedding fair to be inspired by local supplies from photographers to florists, venue hire and music. Prize draw and goodie bag for every bride
WHEN AND WHERE
Time: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Where: Scarborough Market Hall & Mezzanine
Walk Like A Man, 2019
Saturday 13 April: 7.30pm
Walk Like A Man takes you back in time on a musical journey through the incredible career of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, now immortalised in the multi-award winning show Jersey Boys, which has been packing theatres worldwide since it’s debut in 2005.
Valli’s unmistakable voice dominated the airwaves for more than two decades with classics such as Sherry, Let’s Hang On, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, My Eyes Adored You, December 63 (Oh What A Night), Bye Bye Baby, Who Loves You and many, many more.
With a repertoire which needs no introduction, WALK LIKE A MAN combines infectious personalities, amazing vocals, slick harmonies and even slicker dance moves to deliver a show full of energy and nostalgia which will leave you wanting more! Don’t miss the ultimate celebration of one of the world’s greatest Rock & Roll bands!
Tickets: Adults: £22, Concessions: £20 (over 60, under 16, student and armed forces)
*Prices show are subject to booking fee
Doors open: 7pm
Start time: 7.30pm
The Lindisfarne Story
Friday 12 April, 2019
Doors: 7pm | Starts: 7.30pm
RAY LAIDLAW and BILLY MITCHELL present a joyful, funny & emotional celebration of Tyneside's favourite band, featuring acoustic performances of LADY ELEANOR, MEET ME ON THE CORNER, FOG ON THE TYNE, RUN FOR HOME and more!
When Alan Hull, Rod Clements, Ray Jackson, Simon Cowe & Ray Laidlaw exploded onto the UK music scene in 1970, their sparkling songwriting quickly established the band as the standard-bearers for acoustic-based rock, cutting through the prevailing pop and glam sounds of the 70's.
International success followed, and thanks to a string of unforgettable songs including Lady Eleanor, Meet Me On the Corner, Fog On the Tyne and Run For Home, Lindisfarne's music continues to be heard on the radio today.
In this unique show, Ray & Billy perform all those great songs and more, and share first-hand the story of the band behind them...
Tickets*: £20 (plus booking fees)
"La Forza Del Destino" RoH Opera
Saturday 6th April 6.15 pm
La Forza Del Destino is one of Verdi's most ambitious scores, with some of his most brilliant choral writing, plus one of his most memorable overtures. The Marquis of Calatrava forbids his daughter Leonora to marry the South American nobleman Don Alvaro. The lovers attempt to elope, but the Marquis catches them and in the ensuing altercation, Alvaro accidentally kills the Marquis, who curses his daughter as he dies Leonora and Alvaro become separated during their escape but Leonora's brother Don Carlo di Vargas decides to find them and avenge his father. Don Carlo joins the Spanish army under a false name, little knowing that Don Alvaro has done the same thing and complications ensue.
" La Forza Del Destino" RoH Opera Saturday 6th 6.15 pm
This is one of Verdi's most ambitious scores, with some of his most brilliant choral writing, plus one of his most memorable overtures. The plot includes attempted elopement, death, and revenge, with complications...
Rouse, Ye Women! Mary Macarthur and the Women Chainmakers (5 April): With rousing traditional songs and ballads, Townsend Theatre Productions’ latest tells the story of the women chainmakers of Cradley Heath and how Mary Reid Macarthur led them on strike.
A groundbreaking folk opera featuring original songs and music by revered folk musician John Kirkpatrick comes to Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre next month.
Rouse Ye Women! tells the story of the Black Country women of the early 1900s who spent their entire lives making chains. They had no vote, were largely illiterate, worked a 54-hour week for ‘starvation wages’, and had to take their children to work.
But in the autumn of 1910 hundreds of the women chainmakers of Cradley Heath held a ten-week strike led by the remarkable trade union organiser and campaigner Mary Macarthur. They won a minimum wage doubling their incomes and returned to work confident that, by sticking together in a union, they could stand up to the chain masters and companies.
Rouse Ye Women! is a folk-song opera that shares the story of the workers and campaigners through rousing, heartfelt traditional song and music. Written by John Kirkpatrick (The Albion Band, Steeleye Span) and Neil Gore, directed by Louise Townsend, designed by Elizabeth Wright and with lighting design by Daniella Beattie, it is performed by Bryony Purdue, Rowan Godel and Neil Gore.
Louise Townsend says: “The focus is not just the massive achievement of the women in their fight, but also how Mary Macarthur and the National Federation of Women Workers, of which she was a founding member, sought to challenge the prevailing view that women made poor trade unionists, were a threat to male employment and wages, and were generally unorganisable.
“Mary herself wanted trade unions to educate women workers to be better citizens, empower them to demand more from life and gain fair treatment as workers; to ensure that women can be an effective force within the trade union movement to strengthen the position of the entire industrial working class. We will aim to draw parallels with the inequalities in the lives of women just over a hundred years ago with modern issues of family life, low pay, the minimum wage, the gender pay gap and equality of opportunity.”
Neil Gore says: "The story is truly inspirational, centering Mary’s energy and, and her skills as an organiser and tactician. She came to be admired by her trade union and socialist comrades as well as those in positions of power. Most importantly, she gained the trust of the women she so skilfully organised and represented. She lived a thrilling, breathless life sustained with unfaltering courage and determination to achieve; she was cool and persuasive in argument and possessed immense good humour and common sense. We aim to celebrate her enormous achievements and her all-too-often-overlooked legacy.”
John Kirkpatrick says: “The songs and music are inspired in large part by traditional industrial folk song, music hall, and protest songs, as well as from projects created within the folk revival period of the 1960s and ‘70s, themselves based on direct links with traditional music of the past, with a modern, contemporary twist. Through new rousing songs and moving ballads we aim to tell the story of the strike by reflecting, imitating and embellishing the styles of music that were most significant to those who struggled to make it a success.”
Rouse Ye Women! can be seen in the McCarthy at the SJT at 7.45pm on Friday 5 April. Tickets are priced from £10, and can be booked at the box office on 01723 370541 or via the website: www.sjt.uk.com
The World of cruising has so much to offer all types of customers with cruise ships that accommodate anything from 80 passengers to 6500 passengers, some with traditional features including afternoon tea’s and some with surf parks and fairground rides. It’s really important to choose the right cruise line for you, with this in mind Getaway Travel have organised The Incredible cruise event to showcase all of the UK’s leading cruise lines and experts. This event, combined with their passion for cruising will really whisk you around the world without leaving Scarborough.
FREE Cruise Event at the Crown Spa Hotel Scarborough
3rd April 2019 from 2.00pm until 6.00pm
Call Getaway Travel on 01947 820092 for your FREE ticket
Meet the experts from MSC, Star Clippers, Cunard, Celebrity Cruises, Uniworld, Saga, Silversea, New Market Holidays, AMA Waterways, Riviera Travel, Cruise Plus by Travel 2, Great Rail Journeys and more
Admission Tickets will be entered into a prize draw to win afternoon tea for 2 at the Crown Spa Hotel
On the day Raffle with great prizes donated by all the Cruise and River Cruise companies, all proceeds will be donated to Saint Catherines Hospice
Getaway Travel your Independent Travel Agent. Established in 1981.
Fully protected members of ABTA , Advantage and CLIA.
Getaway Travel, 5 Flowergate, Whitby, YO21 3BA
Tel: 01947 820092 Email: email@example.com
"The King and I" Singalong Version Monday 1st 12.45 pm
Spotlight presents this classic musical on the big screen in a dementia-friendly environment forpeople with that condition and their carers.Lights will be on low throughout and the bar area will be available as a 'quiet zone' for anyone who needs a break. During the interval refreshments will be available. FREE ADMISSION
"Die Walküre" Met Opera New York
Saturday 30th March 5 pm
The second opera in Wagner's Ring Cycle holds special appeal for audiences with its dramatic power and remarkable music, including the famous ‘Ride of the Valkyries’. In the highly emotional world of humanity love animates the actions of all the leading characters: Wotan wants to protect his children but is forced to forsake them. His twin offspring Siegmund and Sieglinde fall passionately in love, and his warrior daughter Brünnhilde defies Wotan by trying to protect the twins. He punishes her by stripping her of her immortality and putting her to sleep surrounded by a wall of flames that only the greatest hero can brave.
CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG DAY
Celebrate a family classic, look out for the child catcher, see a model of the car and enjoy music from Twilight productions, plus children’s activities and trail
WHEN AND WHERE
Time: 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Where: Scarborough Market Hall
Comedy & Curry Night
We've brought together three top comedians to perform cutting edge stand-up comedy to entertain you while you enjoy a delicious curry and a FREE bottle of Tiger beer!
Tickets ONLY £22.95 - Early Booking Advised
Book a Table of 10 for only £200