What's On (Oct 26-28): Hairy Bikers, Ross Noble, Pocktoberfest and more
Dave Myers and Si King, AKA The Hairy Bikers, will be saddling up and heading to Hull City Hall for their latest roadshow, Larger Than Live.
The show will feature anecdotes, live cooking and “a few surprises” from the bearded duo.
Saturday, October 27 (7.30pm). Hull City Hall. Tickets: £23.50. Call 01482 300300.
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Critically acclaimed stand-up Ross Noble heads to Hull City Hall with his hysterical new show Mindblender.
Famed for his fiery and fluid freewheeling style, the Geordie funnyman is known for creating comedy gold from tiny particles of random nonsense.
Sunday, October 28 (8pm). Hull City Hall. Tickets: £25. Call 01482 300300.
The ninth annual Pocktoberfest will be held at the Old Railway Station in Pocklington this weekend.
The Saturday event will focus on beer with a huge selection of real ales, plus continental lagers and ciders available to try. Meanwhile, the Sunday will feature performances from Echo And The Bunnymen, an acoustic set from Simon and Oscar from Ocean Colour Scene and many more.
Saturday, October 27 - Sunday, October 28. Old Railway Station, Pocklington. See www.pocktoberfest.co.uk for more details.
A weekend of classic Italian scooters, cool music and fantastic live bands awaits at the Bridlington National Scooter Rally Trade and Custom Show.
Three rooms of music featuring soul, classic ska and reggae will be on offer and, from 11am on Saturday, visitors can look forward to an array of dealers, trade stands and displays.
Children can set sail for adventure on Treasure Island in a fun-filled show at The Spa Bridlington on Sunday.
Featuring plenty of comedy and music and colourful costumes, join Jim Hawkins, Long John Silver, and all their friends on an exciting voyage in search of hidden riches.
Sunday, October 28 (2pm). The Spa Bridlington. Tickets: £9.50 (Adult), £7.50 (Child), £30 (Family 2+2). Call 01262 678258.
Award-winning Canadian comic Stewart Francis brings his hilarious new show to Hull City Hall on Friday.
The star of Mock The Week, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow and Live At The Apollo is known for his trademark one-liners and won the award for the funniest joke at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
Friday, October 26 (7.30pm). Hull City Hall. Tickets: £18.50. Call 01482 300300.
Performances of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sensational Starlight Express continue at Hull New Theatre this weekend.
An electrifying soundtrack, dazzling sets and amazing costumes come together for two hours of turbo-charged excitement in a futuristic tale about love and hope in the face of adversity.
Friday, October 26 (7.30pm), Saturday, October 27 (2.30pm, 7.30pm). Hull New Theatre. Tickets: £18.50-£24.50. Call 01482 300300.
Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde gets the Hull Truck treatment this week.
Nick Lane’s chilling adaptation tells the timeless story of Henry Jekyll, who gets more than he bargains for when an experiment goes wrong.
Friday, October 26 (8pm), Saturday, October 27 (8pm). Hull Truck Theatre. Tickets: £12-£15. Call 01482 323638.
Award-winning comedy duo LipService appear at Hull Truck Theatre from Wednesday with their latest show, Inspector Norse.
A skit on the current fashion for Scandinavian crime drama, the comic thriller follows Inspector Sandra Larsson on her latest case.
Friday, October 26 (7.45pm), Saturday, October 27 (2pm, 7.45pm). Hull Truck Theatre. Tickets: £12-£17.50. Call 01482 323638.
Keyboard wizard Oliver Wakeman teamed up with guitar legend Gordon Giltrap to open a new chapter in their careers, culminating in their debut album Ravens & Lullabies.
Their performance at Junction will feature a selection of pieces from the album, as well as new arrangements of classic material from both of their careers.
Friday, October 26 (8pm). Junction, Goole. Tickets: £12-£14. Call 01405 763652.
The second Beverley Blues Festival is taking place this weekend.
The three-day festival will see performances at the Sun Inn, next to the Minster, as well as Hodgson’s public house near Beverley Leisure Complex. Acts at this year’s event are set to include Lee Bates & Billy Newton, Tom Attah, and Poorboy.
The festival is a charity event with the aim of raising funds and awareness of Nordoff Robbins, which provides music therapy for a wide range of conditions throughout the UK.
Stuck – by Wooden Horse Theatre Company – is being staged at Junction in Goole this weekend.
The tale, by award-winning author Oliver Jeffers, tells the story of Floyd, who ends up in a spot of bother after his kite gets stuck in a tree.
Saturday, October 27 (6.30pm). Junction, Goole. Tickets: £4.50. Call 01405 763652.
Ian Fleming’s eponymous Secret Service agent James Bond makes his 23rd ‘official’ big screen bow this weekend as Skyfall arrives in cinemas marking 50 years of the classic film franchise.
After a disastrous operation in Istanbul sees Bond (Daniel Craig) missing and presumed dead, the identities of every active undercover MI6 agent are leaked onto the internet and the Secret Service is attacked. Following the sudden reappearance of 007, M (Judi Dench) then seeks out Raoul Silva (Javier Bardem), a dangerous villain claiming a personal connection to both of them.