What's On (Nov 23-25): John Shuttleworth, Grease, Hull Philharmonic Orchestra and more
John Shuttleworth - the singer-songwriter behind such classic songs as ‘Two Margarines’ and ‘I Can’t Go Back To Savoury Now’ - ventures beyond the garden gate to tread the mean streets of Britain.
In his latest show, John - played by Graham Fellows - aims to find out which is better: city life or country living? Supermarket or village shop?
Sunday, November 25 (7.45pm). Hull Truck Theatre. Tickets: £15.50. Call 01482 323638.
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Pianist Martin Roscoe is to celebrate his 60th birthday with the Hull Philharmonic Orchestra in a special concert at Hull City Hall on Friday.
The night will include works by Wagner, Beethoven, Debussy, Delius and Parry.
Saturday, November 24 (7.30pm). Hull City Hall. Tickets: £7-£22. Call 01482 300300.
Talkwood Productions brings a musical version of Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol to The Spa Bridlington this weekend.
This fabulous show tells the timeless story of the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge who is taken on an incredible journey by the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future to show him the error of his ways.
Saturday, November 24 (7.30pm), Sunday, November 25 (2pm). The Spa Bridlington. Tickets: £12.50 (Adult), £11 (Child). Call 01262 678258.
Hit musical Grease is back at Hull New Theatre this weekend.
Relive the original high school musical in a show featuring all the unforgettable songs from the classic movie including You’re The One That I Want, Grease Is The Word and Summer Nights.
Friday, November 23 (5.30pm, 8.30pm), Saturday, November 24 (5pm, 8.30pm). Hull New Theatre. Tickets: £12-£35. Call 01482 300300.
Dance company balletLORENT present an adaptation of the children’s fairytale Rapunzel at Hull Truck Theatre this weekend.
Written by the poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy and choreographed by Liv Lorest, it tells the story of a husband and wife who are forced to give their child to a witch.
Friday, November 23 (7pm), Saturday, November 24 (2pm, 7pm). Hull Truck Theatre. Tickets: £12-£17.50. Call 01482 323638.
Castaway Music Theatre present Fleeced at Junction in Goole this week – a not entirely serious take on the Greek mythological tale of Jason And The Argonauts.
Expect sea monsters, skeletons, fire-breathing bulls, dragons and some catchy songs in this original musical comedy.
Friday, November 23 (1pm), Saturday, November 24 (7pm). Junction, Goole. Tickets: £6-£8. Call 01405 763652.
A large selection of designer Christmas decorations, gifts, candles, and speciality foods will be on offer at the Scandinavian Christmas Market at the Danish Church Of Saint Nikolaj in Hull this weekend.
Visitors will be able to taste the open sandwiches from the range at 'The Captain’s Table' in as well as enjoy lots of fun and features for both children and adults.
Friday, November 23 (3pm-9pm), Saturday, November 24 (11am-3pm). Danish Church Of Saint Nikolaj, Osborne Street, Hull.
Confetti-covered crowds will jump along to the sound of Birmingham band Peace at Fruit this Friday.
The four-piece, who have been recording at Lincolnshire’s Chapel Studios, say fans can anticipate plenty of onstage antics.
Journey back in time for a traditional Victorian Christmas at Hull’s Streetlife Museum this Saturday.
Among the things to see and do will be a steam barrel organ, Punch and Judy, Santa’s Grotto, children’s craft activities and a reindeer trail as well as the opportunity to buy unique gifts at the craft stalls and listen to choirs in the streetscene.
Saturday, November 24 (10am-4pm). Streetlife Museum, Hull. Call 01482 300 300 for more information.
David Ayer, the writer of the Oscar-winning 2001 film Training Day, is in the director’s chair for a similarly gritty take on the lives of Los Angeles police officers in End of Watch.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña star as two young officers who wind up being marked for death after they confiscate a small cache of money and firearms from the members of a notorious cartel.