Pocklington Arts Centre
- Telephone 01759 301547
- Bar open Perfromance time only
- Website www.pocklingtonartscentre.co.uk
There are 24 events at this location
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The rock and pop group perform their hits before touring with Status Quo.
12 Years a Slave
- 133 min
- Directed by: Steve McQueen
- Cast: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael K. Williams, Michael Fassbender
- UK release: 10 January 2014
In the pre-Civil War United States, Solomon Northup, a free black man from upstate New York, is abducted and sold into slavery. McQueen's third feature (and follow-up to Shame) features a stellar cast.
Mixed-media and acrylic paintings.
Art Exhibition - Angela Bell
Exhibition of Mixed Media and Acrylic paintings by Hull artist, Angela Bell.
Fast-paced sketches from Mark Cooper Jones, Keiran Boyd and Naz Osmanoglu.
Veteran folk group whose current line-up features founding member Simon Nicol with Gerry Conway, Chris Leslie, Dave Pegg and Ric Sanders.
Flying Man Festival Concert
Annual concert featuring local musicians and choirs, including Pocklington Singers, Forgotten Voices Community Choir and local school choirs.
Flying Man Quiz
A quiz with a variety of categories based on a flying theme.
Footy Frenzy (Ages 6-11)
Design a football World Cup medal.
Gordie MacKeeman & His Rhythm Boys
High-energy roots folk and Americana band featuring award-winning fiddler and dancer Gordie MacKeeman.
Daughter of the legendary jazz musician and composer Sir John Dankworth and international singing star Dame Cleo Laine, Jacqui Dankworth was brought up either on the road or by a succession of Spanish nannies. To Jacqui the positives of the entertainment world attracted more than the negatives repelled. There was never…
Multi award-winning, MBE awarded artist with a sublime voice, playing self-penned soul and sophisticated pop from her impressive back catalogue.
John Cooper Clarke
The legendary Mancunian punk poet, who is a spiritual godfather to the likes of Mike Skinner and Plan B hauls his insatiable laconic wit on tour.
Folk flavoured rock from Williams who has picked up comparisons to Joni Mitchell and Nick Drake.
Little Brother And Little Sister
A fairy tale-like drama, based on works by the Brothers Grimm. The performance uses shadow play, video mixing, music and physicality to tell the story.
Paddy Ashdown: Talk
A career overview of the former leader of the Liberal Democrats and the international community's High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, who now sits in the House of Lords.
Tue 1 Jul
Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 01759 301547
Five-piece comprising Mick Wilson, Paul Bliss, Gordy Marshall, Marcus Cliffe and Huw Davies.
Fri 3 Oct
Times & prices to be confirmed / 01759 301547
Stuart Maconie: The People's Songs
The popular TV and radio presenter, journalist and author talks about his new book and epic radio series, a social history of modern Britain told through pop singles.
A performance by student musicians.
Superhero Snail Boy Scribbled Thought & Vertical Line Theatre (Over 9s)
Calling all superheroes – both little and large. Superhero Snail Boy shows that even the smallest of superheroes can grow to be bigger than their fears. In a place where hope grows in the form of enormous flowers and breakthroughs are found in the smashing of plates. Parents are parented by the wisdom of the young and…
Wed 28 May
£5 / 01759 301547
The Thankful Village
An original comedy-drama of village life, written by Kate Bramley with music by Jez Lowe, and set against the backdrop of the First World War.