What's On (Sep 21-23): Forever In Blue Jeans, Windsurfing Championships, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and more
Forever In Blue Jeans sees all of your favourite hits from the past brought to life by amazing singers, dancers and musicians in one incredible show.
Dozens of classic songs feature including rock ‘n’ roll favourites from Jerry Lee Lewis to The Beatles, Motown hits including The Jackson 5 and Diana Ross, as well as a dose of 70s magic from the likes of The Carpenters and Abba.
Saturday, September 22 (7.30pm). The Spa Bridlington. Tickets: £18 (Adult), £16.50 (Concession), £5 (Child). Call 01262 678258.
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The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra head to Hull City Hall for a concert featuring the works of Glinka, Beethoven and Sibelius.
The orchestra’s musical director Andris Nelsons conducts a colourful programme which will take you on a musical journey from the serene open spaces of Beethoven’s Violin Concerto to the depths of Finland’s forests in Sibelius’ Second Symphony.
Friday, September 21 (7.30pm - pre-concert talk at 6.30pm). Hull City Hall. Tickets: £18-£28. Call 01482 300300.
The Forever In Blue Jeans show is heading to The Spa Bridlington this Saturday
Bridlington welcomes the UK Windsurfing Championships this weekend with two days of action to be held from the North Beach Promenade.
Competitors will battle the elements and each other to land one of the most hotly contested titles in UK windsurfing.
Saturday, September 22 & Sunday, September 23. North Beach Promenade, Bridlington. Free to spectate.
Eamonn Fleming, together with director Andy Burden, brings you a new show about a lifelong love/hate affair with heavy metal in The Meaning of Riff.
Using comedy, storytelling and a Flying V guitar, Eamonn explores why he still loves the screaming guitars and thundering drums which define the genius and stupidity that is heavy metal.
Saturday, September 22 (8pm). Hull Truck Theatre. Tickets: £8-£10. Call 01482 323638.
One of the year’s wackiest events, the Hessle Road Pram Race, takes place on Saturday.
The race is planned to begin at 11.30am from the Boulevard and finish at Rayners pub. There will be a carnival at Massey Playing Fields afterwards include fantastic fairground rides, exciting sporting activities, arts and crafts, music and dance, a wide range of stalls and some mouthwatering food.
Saturday, September 22 (11.30am-6pm). Hessle Road, Hull. Free entry.
Vintage and thoroughbred motors return to Fort Paull for the second Historic & Classic Car Rally of the year.
Cars, motorcycles, trikes, military and commercial club stands will feature along with auto memorabilia and craft stalls.
Tokyo in Hull welcomes Ian McCulloch of Echo & The Bunnymen on Friday evening.
The Liverpool-born singer will play a stripped-down acoustic set to promote his solo album Pro Patria Mori.
Friday, September 22 (7pm). Tokyo, Anlaby Road, Hull. Tickets: £16.50. Visit www.tokyohull.com for more information.
The Yorkshire Wolds Walking & Outdoors Festival continues this weekend, offering a programme of organised cycle rides and guided walks in the beautiful countryside.
Events this weekend include a stroll around the area that Ernie Teal called his home, a walk taking in the stunning art installations that form part of the newly developed WANDER (Art on the Yorkshire Wolds Way) project, and an 18 mile cycle ride through a picturesque dry valley estate visiting locations associated with the artist David Hockney.
Until Sunday, September 23. Various locations in East Yorkshire. See the festival guide for more information.
There’s spooky goings-on in The House At The End Of The Street which is showing in cinemas from this Friday.
Elisabeth Shue and The Hunger Games’ Jennifer Lawrence star as a mother and daughter who find the house of their dreams in a small rural town. However, strange and unexplained occurrences begin to take place leading them to discover the town has a disturbing secret.
Trailer for ‘The House At The End Of The Street’