Pocklington Arts Centre
- Telephone 01759 301547
- Bar open Perfromance time only
- Website www.pocklingtonartscentre.co.uk
There are 18 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.
Ellen And The Escapades
This five-piece band who emanate from Leeds performs pop-rock originals with elements of alternative folk. With support from Beth McCarthy.
Hansel And Gretel
With sumptuous music, film, puppets and masks, a treat of a show as delicious as a gingerbread house.
- 112 min
- Directed by: Randall Wright
- UK release: 28 November 2014
Documentary portrait of seminal artist David Hockney created using his personal archive of photographs and film.
Jonathan Dimbleby: Destiny In The Desert
Join Jonathan Dimbleby for this enlightening exploration of his book Destiny in the Desert.
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.
Michael Messer’s Acoustic Blues Weekend
The two guitarists, Michael Messer and Ed Genis, give music classes and performances of blues.
Fri 14 Nov
Sat 15 Nov
Not About Heroes
- Written by: Stephen MacDonald
Stephen MacDonald's play about the encounter between WWI poets Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen in Edinburgh's Craiglockhart War Hospital and their burgeoning friendship in the turmoil of warfare.
- 120 min
- Directed by: Matthew Warchus
- Written by: Stephen Beresford
- Cast: Bill Nighy, Dominic West, Andrew Scott
- UK release: 12 September 2014
During the 1984–84 UK miners' strike, a group of young lesbian and gay activists travel from London to Wales to help a mining community in trouble. Unashamedly fizzy and cheering take on a true story about two groups who bonded together against small-mindedness and vile tabloid headlines.
Ayrshire indie rock band influenced by The Libertines and The View.
Indie and contemporary folk originals by the four-piece band who are based in Oxford.
A performance by student musicians.
Frank and fiery stand-up from the edgy Irish comic.