What's On (Jun 29-Jul 1): BBC Concert Orchestra, Roy Orbison and Billy Fury tribute, The Neat and more
Dave Montana and Billy Summers bring their Roy Orbison and Billy Fury tribute acts to The Spa Bridlington this Friday.
Their songs are faithfully and authentically reproduced with a nostalgic evening’s entertainment culminating in a close harmony duo through many of the classic numbers.
Friday, June 29 (7.30pm). The Spa Bridlington. Tickets: £15.50 (Adult), £14 (Concession). Call 01262 678258.
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In honour of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the BBC Concert Orchestra makes a very special visit to The Spa Bridlington.
The Classics by the Sea concert will see the highly talented orchestra perform alongside one of the world’s leading sopranos, Inger Dam-Jensen, with Owain Arwel Hughes conducting. Performances will include a selection of much-loved orchestral works, opera arias and the nation’s favourite piece - The Lark Ascending by Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Saturday, June 30 (7.30pm). The Spa Bridlington. Tickets: £35 (All profits will be donated to charity). Call 01262 678258.
Over 400 young musicians take to the stage in the prestigious Royal Hall at The Spa Bridlington for the Midsummer Festival of Music.
This uplifting concert provides a showcase and celebration of the talented youngsters of the East Riding with a diverse programme sure to offer something for all musical tastes.
Sunday, July 1 (7pm). The Spa Bridlington. Tickets: £6-£10 (£1 child). Call 01262 678258.
To celebrate the release of their latest single New Kids, out on July 2, The Neat are headlining at Fruit on Friday.
Oedipus The King will provide support on the night, along with an exclusive DJ set from Frankie and the Heartstrings.
Limited vinyl copies of the single will be on sale at the gig.
At Hull Truck Theatre this weekend, RIOT tells the true story of the bargain-fuelled chaos which accompanied the opening of an IKEA store in Edmonton, north London on February 10, 2005.
Physical theatre and music combine for a comedic tragedy bursting with violence and mayhem in the flat-pack universe of Britain’s favourite furniture store.
Friday, June 29 (8pm), Saturday, June 30 (8pm). Hull Truck Theatre. Tickets: £12 (£10 concession). Call 01482 323638.
The Manchester Camerata head to Hull City Hall on Saturday to perform an evening of classical music.
Works set to feature include Haydn's Symphony No.87, Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 2, Elgar's Serenade for Strings, and Mozart's Symphony No. 29.
Saturday, June 30 (6.45pm). Hull City Hall. Tickets: £10 (Adult), £5 (Concession). Call 01482 300 300.
This weekend is your last chance to see Ballroom Blitz at Hull Truck Theatre - a show packed with non-stop comedy and dancing to take your breath away
Once an award-winning dancer, Sharon Trod now finds herself teaching the helpless and the hopeless in order to pay the rent. That’s when Trev comes along hoping dancing will help his son regain his lost confidence. However, as the competitive couples take to the floor, maybe they'll all get more than they bargained for.
Friday, June 29 (7.45pm), Saturday, June 30 (2pm, 7.45pm). Hull Truck Theatre. Tickets: £12-£17.50. Call 01482 323638.
This Friday, Hull New Theatre host The Hull to Scarborough Line, featuring spoken word performances of poetry and prose from Scarborough poet Felix Hodcroft and local writer Sue Wilsea featuring material on the here and now of life in the city of Hull and The Humber.
The evening will also include an Open Mic slot as well as the innovative Open Write where participants send in their work to be performed.
Friday, June 29 (6pm). Hull New Theatre. Free entry. Call 01482 300300.
Spend An Evening with Gervase Phinn at Junction in Goole this Saturday.
In this show, the award-winning author and media personality will share his humorous and sometimes poignant tales of life as a schools’ inspector in the Yorkshire Dales.
Saturday, June 30 (8pm). Junction, Goole. Tickets: £14-£16. Call 01405 763652.
The East Yorkshire Motor Services (EYMS) Band are set to provide an entertaining programme at St Mary’s Church in Cottingham on Saturday.
There will be everything from the traditional march to music from the stage and screen and even a fire dance.
Saturday, June 30 (7.30pm). St. Mary’s Church, Hallgate, Cottingham. Tickets: £8 (£6 concessions) available from Gilly’s Balloon Company, 173 Hallgate, Cottingham, or by calling the band’s ticket hotline on 07971 009830.
Prior to their Edinburgh Fringe tour, Theatre on the Edge present their new play On The Edge at Junction in Goole.
Set on the East Yorkshire coast, the play tells the story of Frank and how he deals with the coastal erosion of his cliff top home, brings together his family and accepts his mortality in one brave, Prospero-like magical act.
Friday, June 29 (7.30pm). Junction, Goole. Tickets: £5-£7. Call 01405 763652.
From the creator of Kidulthood and Adulthood comes British sci-fi horror Storage 24.
In a set up not too unfamiliar to horror fans, an alien predator stalks its ill-equipped human prey through a network of corridors and air ducts in a locked 24-hour storage facility in south London. A series of gruesome deaths ensue as the unlucky group battle to stay alive.
VIDEO: Trailer for ‘Storage 24’ (15)