EAST YORKS: Two dance groups will be taking to the stage in Hull after winning a "mousical lottery draw".
Skelton Hooper School of Dance and Theatre and Fleur Elizabth Academy of Dance won the chance to perform with the cast of Angelina Ballerina The Mousical at Hull New Theatre.
They will join characters on stage for the grand finale, entitled Ballet Girls and Hip Hop Boys.
Angelina Ballerina will pirouette on the stage for the new production from Friday, November 9, to Sunday, November 11.
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The story follows Angelina and her friends, who think their dreams have come true when the Camembert Academy wins an opportunity to appear in their favourite television programme Dancing With Mice.
Angelina is elected dance captain to make sure the show goes ahead without a hitch.
Tickets cost 14 to £16 and are available by visiting www.hullcc.gov.uk/hullnewtheatre or calling 01482 300300.
EAST YORKS: Moves to end sixth-form provision at Market Weighton School have been approved by senior East Riding councillors.
Student numbers have fallen in recent years and there is currently no sixth-form at the school.
Alison Michalska, the East Riding's director of children services, said students had increasingly opted to go to Bishop Burton College or York College in recent years.
Subject to a final public consultation on the issue, the school will officially revert to teaching 11 to 16-year-olds from September next year.
HULL: City libraries are hosting a number of free Halloween craft activities today.
Hull City Council says libraries taking part in activities will be busy, so parents should call ahead before taking children along.
Crafts will take place at, Marfleet Library from 10am to 11.15am, Avenues Library from 11.30am to 12.30pm, Greenwood Avenue from 2pm to 3pm, Central Library from 2.30pm to 3.30pm, Fred Moore Library from 2pm to 3pm and at Longhill Library from 2.30pm to 3.45pm. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.
Call 01482 300300 for more details.
EAST HULL: Preston Road Carpet Bowls Club is in need of new members.
Anyone who has a few hours to spare every other Monday morning would be welcome to join the team.
They are looking for people who already enjoy the sport or would like to give it a go.
As well as playing carpet bowls and competing in tournaments, the club also holds social nights, bingo, trips out and cabaret evenings.
Anyone interested in joining can call 01482 710100.
HESSLE: The Raving Maes morris dancing squad with be shaking their sticks and doing a jig for charity.
The group is hosting an afternoon of music, dancing, cakes and coffee to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The event is being held on Saturday from 1.30pm to 3.30pm at Hessle Town Hall.
Visitors can also go along to meet the team and find out more about joining.
WEST HULL: A comedy sketch show will be performed in the Avenues next month.
The Land Of Nod will be playing at Union Mash Up in Princes Avenue on Friday, November 9.
Entry costs £3.50 on the door.
HULL: Youngsters can design and create an ancient undersea world as part of Deep In Time.
The event is on Thursday at Hull and East Riding Museum in High Street from 1pm.