Who needs Crufts at the Birmingham NEC when York has Crafts at BrewDog? The Micklegate pub is hosting its own dog competition with categories like “Biggest Overbite” and “Best Wiggle Butt” (on the dog, not the owner).
This outrageous play by Pick Me Up Theatre centres on the outrageous antics of a song and dance unit staging concert parties for British troops in Singapore post WWII where Nichols shared the limelight with Carry On’s Kenneth Williams and comedian Stanley Baxter.
All female art collective WIMMIN will be exhibiting at Spark:York in celebration of International Women’s Day. Featuring work from Alisia Casper, Dreamphone, Elle Nelson, Meabh McDonnell, Tanya Hardy, Nic Chapman, Joy Simpson, Hansel Meek, Georgia Dearden and Natalie Willis.
It’s the final day on Saturday of the fourth annual festival that offers everything from pop songs to gospel, from classical and traditional to jazz and not forgetting songs from the shows. And all raising money for Joseph Rowntree Theatre.
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