What's On (Oct 12-14): BDO Winmau World Masters Darts Championships, Bouncers and more
This weekend sees the BDO Winmau World Masters Darts Championships take centre stage at Hull City Hall.
Players from 72 countries have been invited, including singles darts champions from over 300 national and international singles events worldwide.
Friday, October 12 (12pm): Men’s last 32 & youth finals. Tickets: £20
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Saturday, October 13 (4pm): Ladies semi-final & men’s last 16. Tickets: £25
Sunday, October 14 (1pm): Ladies final & men’s quarters, semis and final. Tickets: £30
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John Godber’s international comedy hit Bouncers heads to Hull New Theatre along with the baddest bunch of soap bad boys ever assembled on stage.
EastEnders’ Don Gilet, Ace Bhatti and Ian Reddington, along with Emmerdale and Holby City actor William Ilkley, are the four doormen preparing for another night of lads on the pull and girls on the razzle.
Friday, October 12 (5.30pm, 8,30pm), Saturday, October 13 (8pm). Hull New Theatre. Tickets: £18.50-£24.50. Call 01482 300300.
Folk-tinged foursome The Musgraves will play Fruit in Hull on Saturday.
The band’s debut album 'You That Way, I This Way' is brimming with 50s and 60s pop/soul influences and a sound that sits somewhere between The House Martins, The Ronettes and The Beach Boys.
For One Night Only, the Michelle Hatton School of Dance & Performing Arts bring a marathon of performances to The Spa Bridlington.
Special guests are set to include Bridlington Gymnastics Club, Alykatz Dance Centre, Garage Dance Studio, Studio Victorianna, Kirsty Barber and Tammy King.
Saturday, October 13 (7pm). The Spa Bridlington. Tickets: £6-£8. Call 01262 678258.
An evening of music, comedy, theatre and dance takes place on Saturday, with Hull Truck Theatre’s We Heart Hull show.
Performers are set to include the stand-up Lucy Beaumont, the fire-eater Tim Cockerill along with music performances from pianist and singer David Barton and the 70-strong Hull Freedom Chorus.
Saturday, October 13 (7.45pm). Hull Truck Theatre. Tickets: £12-£15. Call 01482 323638.
Surrey-based People’s Theatre Company presents a new children’s show based on the nursery rhyme There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly at Pocklington Arts Centre this weekend.
Written especially for parents to enjoy with their children, the production promises games and colourful animal characters.
Saturday, October 13 (2.30pm). Pocklington Arts Centre. Tickets: £5. Call 01759 301547.
Hard Graft Theatre Company’s new production, I Heart Goole, is being staged at Junction on Friday.
The play is set in a charity shop, where managers Bert and Joyce discover a gun, a ski-mask and a stack of £50 notes shortly before the official opening by a pop star.
Friday, October 12 (8pm). Junction, Goole. Tickets: £6-£8. Call 01405 763652.
An Afternoon Tea Dance to celebrate 80 years of the Royal Hall at The Spa Bridlington will recapture the magic of the building in its entertainment heyday this Sunday.
Hosted by resident dance teachers Mel and Jean Hopps, young and old are invited to come along and celebrate the Royal Hall. Scones with butter and jam, accompanied by tea or coffee are included in the price.
Sunday, October 14 (2pm). The Spa Bridlington. Tickets: £6.50. Call 01262 678258.
Following the success of last year’s competition, Goole’s Got Talent returns to Junction.
All proceeds from the evening will go to the Mayor’s Charities: Leeds Children’s Heart Unit and the Goole Hospital Brain Rehab Unit.
Saturday, October 13 (7pm). Junction, Goole. Tickets: £6. Call 01405 763652.
The classic monsters of 1930s cinema get an invite to Dracula’s ‘five-stake’ resort in this week’s new animated comedy Hotel Transylvania.
Frankenstein's monster, Mummy, a Werewolf family, and the Invisible Man head to the famed vampire’s hotel to celebrate the 118th birthday of his daughter Mavis. However, when the resort is unexpectedly visited by an ordinary young traveller named Jonathan, Dracula must protect Mavis from falling in love with him before it is too late.
Trailer for ‘Hotel Transylvania