The three events you shouldn’t miss this week.
Friday 22nd April, 7.30pm
The very talented Harrison Rimmer is back for yet another show, and this time at a slightly different locale from last time – Lendal Cellars. As many of you will already know, Harrison puts a lot of effort into what he does, so this is sure to be a good show for those without something to do on a Friday night!
The Smoke of Home
Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 April, 8 pm
University of York students will put on this recently rediscovered play written by two Czech-Jewish inmates of Terezin, the Nazi concentration camp. Calling on the history of Clifford’s Tower will give additional depth to the already layered narrative to asks the question: do survivors have a home to return to?
Holy Moly & The Crackers, The Bramble Napskins & Gobbledigook
Wednesday 20 April, 7.30 pm
Next week Please Please You presents an incredible line-up for a folk night out: Holy Moly and The Cracks, a Newcastle Gypsy Folk n’ Roll band, who’ve had the honours of supporting legends such as Bob Dylan; York locals The Bramble Napskins, who’s influences include Tom Waits to Abba; and another Yorkist Goobledigook, an act not to be missed.
Want to know about more events coming up this week? check out Visit York’s 7 Days Newsletter