Starring York’s own Andrew Dunn, best known as Tony in Dinnerladies, this stage version of the much-loved film has received standing ovations every night and features the iconic songs from the film by Donna Summer, Hot Chocolate and Tom Jones.
We’re blessed with a barrel full of funny folk this weekend – see the button below. The comedy cornucopia includes York’s last chance to see the king of the deadpan one-liner Stewart Francis as he brings his final tour to the Barbican.
Friends of Rowntree Park are running a drop-in session for children aged 3-14 to create poppies as part of a display in the park that will mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. They will be making red, white and green poppies.
This New York City-based duo made a name for themselves thanks to 2005 album With Love and Squalor, which sold 100,000 copies in the first six months. They are still a creative force, as you’ll discover if you head over to see their Fibbers set on Sunday.
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