Pocklington Arts Centre have announced several virtual events to be held due to the current coronovirus pandemic – more information can be found below.
Withering Looks by LipService Theatre – Thursday 22 April, 7.30pm. Tickets £15.00.
Commissioned by the Bronte Parsonage Museum, LipService Theatre perform scenes from their award-winning comedy Withering Looks filmed in the ACTUAL parsonage where the Bronte sisters wrote their ACTUAL books ACTUALLY! With additional material filmed in and around Haworth village and on the wild and windswept moors in sub-zero temperatures! The film explores a day in the life of the Bronte sisters (well two of them, Anne’s just popped out for a cup of sugar). And in true Attenborough style there is additional footage of the making of the film. LipService Theatre will introduce the film live on Zoom and a live Q&A will follow the screening.
Thunk-It Youth Theatre – Sunday 25 April – Sunday 30 May, 10-11am. Weekly online drama classes. £35 for six sessions (sibling discount £30).
All-levels Drama Sessions for Years 2-6 (ages 6-11) on Zoom featuring fun games, exercises, storytelling and much more! Participants will collaboratively devise and create a short performance, which explores storytelling. The sessions encourage confidence building, life and social skills, creativity and positivity, and create a space to express openly and build connections with other young people. For further information, please email email@example.com
From Penny Arcadia to Pocklington Arts Centre – Tuesday 4 May, 7.30pm. Tickets £5.
Join Jon Marshall, director and performer with Magic Carpet Theatre, for a fascinating illustrated talk live online delving into the history of the building now known as Pocklington Arts Centre. Take a trip back in time to discover the Grade II listed building’s story dating back to the 1700s, from doctor’s house, to cinema, to museum housing Europe’s largest collection of amusement machines, to East Yorkshire’s Premier Arts Venue. This event will be delivered live on Zoom.
Forgotten Voices Community Choir – Tuesdays, 7-8pm on Zoom.
Find our voice and join PAC’s very own choir as they rehearse virtually. Charismatic musical director Sam Dunkley leads the choir in a variety of styles including pop, musical theatre, folk, classical and much more. In their 10-year history, the choir have gone from strength to strength, becoming regular participants in the annual National Street Choirs Festival. No audition necessary for this friendly, sociable group! For more information visit the group’s Facebook page @ForgottenVoicesCommunity Choir or contact Sam at firstname.lastname@example.org