Pocklington Arts Centre
- Telephone 01759 301547
- Bar open Perfromance time only
- Website www.pocklingtonartscentre.co.uk
There are 17 events at this location
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Christmas Punchline Comedy Club
Improvisation with The Noise Next Door, including funny scenes and songs, hilarious characters, witty one-liners, epic stories, and explosive physicality.
The Coal Porters
Melodic bluegrass originals from this outfit, fronted by Sid Griffin.
Multi award-winning, MBE awarded artist with a sublime voice, playing self-penned soul and sophisticated pop from her impressive back catalogue.
Kate Tempest: Hold Your Own
Hip hop lyricist, playwright, poet and MC, who released her latest Everybody Down in May 2014, and has supported the likes of Billy Bragg, Scroobius Pip and John Cooper Clarke.
Keep It Cash
Three-piece tribute to Johnny Cash.
Mark Steel Is In Town
The Swanley-born stand-up, columnist and author looks at the rich history of each town he visits on his tour based on tidbits gleaned from local sources.
Sister of Rufus and daughter of Loudon and Kate McGarrigle performs her own cathartic singer-songwriter material including tracks from her latest album Come Home to Mama.
Sharp, often devastating emotional observation leavened with a dose of humour from the Louisiana-born songwriter, guitarist and harmonica player.
Not About Heroes
- Written by: Stephen MacDonald
The unforgettable story of two of the finest 'Great War' poets, Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, their friendship, their inter-dependency, their poetry. Through the letters and poems of these two men, Stephen MacDonald's acclaimed play paints a vivid and moving picture of their friendship and the conflict that brought…
A comedy drama by Stewart Howson exploring the meeting of young and old as old soldier Archie cons his young carer Mo into giving him a lift to Monte Carlo, a journey he used to make in his classic rally car.
Five-piece comprising Mick Wilson, Paul Bliss, Gordy Marshall, Marcus Cliffe and Huw Davies.
Fri 3 Oct
Times & prices to be confirmed / 01759 301547
The Shires, Ward Thomas
Borne of the Hertfordshire/Bedfordshire countryside, young songwriters Ben Earle and Crissie Rhodes have swiftly acquired a following for their country folk music. With only a handful of live dates under their belt, the duo have signed to Decca, and will be playing songs including debut single Nashville Grey Skies.
The original Cockney rebel playing his hits including that song … can't think what it's called.
A performance by student musicians.
Frank and fiery stand-up from the edgy Irish comic.