IT’S BACK FOR ANOTHER YEAR AND YET AGAIN, RAISING MUCH NEEDED FUNDS FOR THE AMBULANCE WISH FOUNDATION. Hosted by 102.8 YO1 Radio, taking place on 26th May at York Sports Club, Clifton Park, Shipton Road, York, YO30 5RE. Gates open at 11:30 and music starts at 12:00-8:30pm. There will be two stages of the best local music, outside bar, food stalls, fair rides and much more family fun being planned
Top exhibitors from around the country will be displaying quality dolls houses and miniatures. Find everything you need for your dolls house, model or project all under one roof. This is an excellent chance to stock up on essential modelling items, find a bargain or treat yourself to some new accessories
Are you a whisky lover? Looking for a whisky tasting experience like no other?
In partnership with Gordon and Macphail Whisky York’s Chocolate Story will be hosting a delicious Whisky and Chocolate Pairings Experience on the 14th June from 7pm – tickets will be sold at £24.95 each.
We’re still on the lookout for people to join the York Mind Bowie Boaters Team at the Rotary Club of York’s Dragon Boat Challenge, on Sunday 14th July.
Team member requirements are:
Entry fee: £25 per person (this helps us cover the cost of entering our team into the event)
Sponsorship target: £100 per person
7 spaces remaining as of 29/03/19
Fancy dress theme: DAVID BOWIE
A night of West End hits with the Joseph Rowntree Theatre Company.
Come along for a toe-tapping evening of brilliant tunes with some of York’s finest musical talent. An all-singing, all-dancing showcase revue, featuring favourite hits from the West End and Broadway.
Join team St Leonard's on 4th August at the Knavesmire to take on the York 10K, we will offer lots of cheers and encouragement and all sponsorship raised will go towards caring for our patients and their families. Call 01904 777777 or visit our website www.stleonardshospice.org.uk
Wilberforce Trust are supporting the British Blind Sport Have a Go day.
Have a Go Day York is a sports taster event for people with a visual impairment.
Come along and try your hand at a range of inclusive sports including archery, goalball, golf, rock-climbing, tennis and much more!
Spiltmilk Dance, in association with York Theatre Royal, are bringing an exciting new project to York, and are looking for local people to get involved.
NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED and you don’t even have to dance!
Now That's What I Call Dancing will invite 10 people from across the city, at 10 different stages of life to each create a short dance on 2 professional performers, about absolutely anything.
20 mile circular walk, starting at Haworth Methodist Church and taking in beautiful scenery and countryside, walking over varied terrain. Entry fee is £15.00 and include refreshments and a light meal after the walk. Entry forms can be requested by calling 01904 777777 or book online now at www.stleonardshospice.org.uk
Since releasing his wildly successful EP, Breaking Out and debut album NOVA, Oli and his band RavenEye have toured globally, including direct support for Slash w/ Myles Kennedy (US and Europe), KISS (European arena tour, May 2017), BUSH (Europe), Aerosmith (Lisbon), The Darkness (US), Halestorm (Europe) and Deep Purple (Europe).
Spotlight Dance Academy presents Our Greatest Show - Celebrating 10 years of pure dance talent
Learn self - help balancing techniques for better health and wellbeing. Help yourself and your family & friends to regain & maintain your natural vitality.
York Theatre Royal’s half-term treats for the family – Madagascar The Musical and Grandad’s Island.
** CALLING ACTORS ***
We have and amazing event taking places at the Keregan Rooms at the York Theatre Royal in November. TV Casting director Rick Laxton will be visiting to teach what skills you need to succeed in the audition room. Find out from the horses mouth what a casting director looks for. Rick worked for 5 years as the head of Lime Casting which was responsible for Hollyoaks. Since then he has cast for Peter Kay's Car Share, House of Anubis, Rockets Island, The Case plus many many more.
Do you enjoy singing?
Come along to a new daytime singing group in Clements Hall, led by local singer Jessa Liversidge. Whatever your previous singing experience – or none – you will be welcomed to this informal group. The atmosphere will be friendly and encouraging as we make new friends, sing familiar songs and even learn something new.
Take time out from the hurly-burly of the season and relax into Christmas with an easy listening selection of songs from the shows and seasonal classics at Joseph Rowntree Theatre