East Riding Theatre

East Riding Theatre
East Riding Theatre
10 Lord Roberts Road, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 9BA
  • Telephone 01482 874050
  • Box office times Tue–Fri 10am–5pm; Sat 10am–noon; closed Mon & Sun.
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  • Website www.eastridingtheatre.co.uk

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East Riding Theatre aims to deliver top class performances and to enhance the appreciation of performance arts in the region of the East Riding and beyond. The theatre opened its doors for the first time on Dec 12 2014, followed by a 23-performance, sell-out show of A Christmas Carol, adapted by Vincent Regan and directed by internationally acclaimed director, Mike Friend.

Since then the theatre has continued to develop and grow and has hosted a wide range of arts events including theatre, comedy, music, festivals and more. The theatre is run and kept going by the fantastic volunteers who come and do a wide range of jobs that are essential in the running of an increasingly busy theatre. The theatre is starting to become a real community hub for the town and highlights of this include the theatre opening its doors for the Tour De Yorkshire which took place in May 2015 with locals being able to watch the event on big screens while enjoying the comfort of the newly renovated cafe bar area.

ERT supports the creative industry and high class productions; the bench mark having been set by A Christmas Carol and, while volunteers run the venue, what goes on the stage is paid work.

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Fri 17 Feb

£15 (Children £13; Seniors £13; Students £13) / 01482 874050

Croft And Pearce

Hannah Croft and Fiona Pearce are stars of BBC Radio 4 and Edinburgh Fringe Favourites. Multi award winning sketch comedians, they were the breakthrough stars of Sketchorama in 2014 which led to the commission for their first solo sketch show The Croft & Pearce Show also for BBC Radio 4

Fri 31 Mar

Bar

£12 (Seniors £10; Students £10) / 01482 874050

Sat 18 Feb

£15–£18 (Children £16.50; Seniors £16.50; Students £16.50) / 01482 874050

Dr Phil Hammond

Phil Hammond – NHS doctor, BBC broadcaster, Private Eye journalist and whistle-blowing comic – combines both of his 2016 sell-out Edinburgh fringe shows in one unforgettable evening. Laugh, sort your life out, stay sane, plan your death and save the NHS – all in only 99 minutes.

Mon 26 Jun

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Hope & Social

Alt.indie rock outfit.

Tue 24 Jan

£10–£14 (Seniors £12; Students £12) / 01482 874050

Ian Mcmillan & Luke Carver Goss

Poet, broadcaster & comedian Ian McMillan and Olympic composer Luke Carver Goss present a hilarious night of words, music & improv, climaxing in a brand new musical created from the neighbourhood.

Fri 3 Feb

£12.50 (Children £10; Seniors £12.50) / 01482 874050

Sat 18 Feb

£8–£12 (Children £10; Seniors £10; Students £10) / 01482 874050

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John Shuttleworth: My Last Will & Tasty Mint

A recent health scare (well, a mild bout of sciatica) has made Shuttleworth question his mortality.

King Pleasure And The Biscuit Boys

Rough, tough and always rocking, King Pleasure & The Biscuit Boys have appeared at festivals, in concert and at clubs throughout the UK and Europe – and they still play the Birmingham Jazz & Blues Festival, where they have headlined for an unprecedented 14 years.

Fri 7 Apr

£12.50–£16 (Children £14; Seniors £14) / 01482 874050

Late Night Club

Stage4Beverley Join us in the bar for performances from Edwina Hayes and The Burton Agnes Jazz Quartet

Fri 17 Feb

Bar

£4 / 01482 874050

Late Night Club

Stage4Beverley

Sat 18 Feb

Bar

£4 / 01482 874050

The Marian Consort: Breaking The Rules

Beverley and East Riding Early Music Festival: Event 11 Breaking the Rules The Imagined Testimony of Carlo Gesualdo (1566-1613), Composer and Murderer! by Clare Norburn with Gerald Kyd as Gesualdo Lighting by Pitch Black The extraordinary life and music of Carlo Gesualdo, Renaissance prince, gifted composer and notorious…

Mon 29 May

£18 (Children £15; Seniors £15; Students £15) / 01482 874050

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Misscast - She Productions

As an actor no matter how hard you try, there is always one role that you know you will never get! Surrounded by an industry based on physical appearance, race and gender, She Productions are here to break boundaries and turn typecasting on its head. MissCast is an evening of familiar songs and sketches performed in…

Fri 26 May

£14 (Children £13; Seniors £13; Students £13) / 01482 874050

Sat 27 May

£14 (Children £13; Seniors £13; Students £13) / 01482 874050

Sun 28 May

£14 (Children £13; Seniors £13; Students £13) / 01482 874050

Sun 19 Feb

£15 (Children £13; Seniors £13; Students £13) / 01482 874050

The Night Season

Late at night, shoeless, in the rain, an actor turns up at his appointed digs with the Kennedy family in rural Ireland. Lily, the eccentric Grandma, just wants to know a man one last time. Patrick, the drunken father, craves tobacco, whisky and a date with the local barmaid.. The three sisters yearn for sensation and…

Thu 2 Mar

£17–£18 / 01482 874050

Fri 3 Mar

£17–£18 / 01482 874050

Sat 4 Mar

£17–£18 / 01482 874050

…and 22 more dates until 26 Mar

The Night Season - Directed By Adrian Rawlins

The Night Season is a funny, modern and intoxicating tale of loves, losses and misdemeanours

Thu 2 Mar

£18 (Seniors £17; Students £14) / 01482 874050

Fri 3 Mar

£18 (Seniors £17; Students £14) / 01482 874050

Sat 4 Mar

£18 (Seniors £17; Students £14) / 01482 874050

…and 15 more dates until 25 Mar

Our Rising Stars

Stage4Beverley

Sat 18 Feb

£8 (Children £6; Seniors £6; Students £6) / 01482 874050

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Playwrighting Surgery With Jane Thornton & Guest Speaker, John Godber

The day starts with a talk by multi award-winning playwright John Godber followed by a Q and A. During the rest of the session, guidance will be offered on formatting and theatrical practice, concluding with the writing and dramatization of your own five minute play.

Shakers

Returning to Yorkshire, a play "Made in Hull" and exported Worldwide, from Dubai to Bratislava, from Scandinavia to L.A. A play so popular in Prague that it has played in rep there for the past 12 years! Carol, Adele, Niki and Mel work in a bar that is worse than hell! Welcome to the 80's where every town has its Shakers…

Wed 26 Apr

£15.50–£16.50 / 01482 874050

Thu 27 Apr

£15.50–£16.50 / 01482 874050

Fri 28 Apr

£15.50–£16.50 / 01482 874050

…and 22 more dates until 20 May

Shakers - The John Godber Company

Returning to Yorkshire, a play “Made in Hull” and exported Worldwide, from Dubai to Bratislava, from Scandinavia to L.A. A play so popular in Prague that it has played in rep there for the past 12 years!

Wed 26 Apr

£16.50 (Seniors £15.50; Students £11.50) / 01482 874050

Thu 27 Apr

£16.50 (Seniors £15.50; Students £11.50) / 01482 874050

Fri 28 Apr

£16.50 (Seniors £15.50; Students £11.50) / 01482 874050

…and 16 more dates until 20 May

Simple Improvisation For The Blues

Stage 4 Beverley: An introduction to the blues, its history, the chord structure and various examples of how it has been exploited over the years and what it has branched into.

Sun 19 Feb

Sue Wilsea - Dayschool - Using The Natural World

A workshop which uses our relationship with the natural world as a starting-point to write creatively in whatever form is preferred (poetry, prose or script)

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Sue Wilsea - Using The Natural World

A workshop which uses our relationship with the natural world as a starting-point to write creatively in whatever form is preferred (poetry, prose or script) “Art takes Nature as its model”, so Aristotle said, and that’s what we’ll be exploring in this Dayschool.

Wed 8 Mar

Sue Wilsea: Writing with Colour & Sparkle

A workshop looking at what makes a piece of writing jump off the page and exploring the devices that can help make this happen

Wed 8 Feb

Tcha Limberger Trio

Stage4Beverley

Sun 19 Feb

£18 (Children £16.50; Seniors £16.50; Students £16.50) / 01482 874050

Sun 19 Feb

Club Room

£4 / 01482 874050

Under Milk Wood - An Adaptation - Supper Included

Set in the fictional Welsh fishing village of Llareggub ("Bugger all" backwards), memorable characters include Mrs. Ogmore-Pritchard, relentlessly nagging her two dead husbands; Captain Cat, reliving his seafaring times; the two Mrs. Dai Breads; Organ Morgan, obsessed with his music; and Polly Garter, pining for her dead…

The Westwood Quartet - Guest Violinist Harry Kneeshaw

Stage4Beverley is delighted to add to its range of musical genres some light classical music, suitable to ease us gently into the final day of the festival.

Sun 19 Feb

£6 (Children £5; Seniors £5; Students £5) / 01482 874050

What The Floyd

What the Floyd? Use astonishing musicianship, high technology and a blazing light show to recreate the experience of a Pink Floyd concert. Based on the legendary 1994 P.U.L.S.E tour, the band perform all the hits, including; Another Brick in the Wall, Money, Shine On You Crazy Diamond; Comfortably Numb and many more.

Mon 6 Mar

£12 (Seniors £11; Students £11) / 01482 874050

What the Floyd

What the Floyd recreate the sounds of the legendary Pink Floyd.

Mon 6 Mar

£11–£12 / 01482 874050

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