3RD-5TH JUNE, DRAMA BARN, 19.30
Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream comes to the barn this week. Directed by Rosie Fletcher, this iconic and much parodied tale of love, deceit, fairies and asses, faces the challenge of creating something innovative.
17TH-19TH JUNE, VANBRUGH PARADISE, 18.30, 15.30 SAT/SUN
Treasure Island is this years summer pantomime, to be performed outside, it comes complete with the promise of a pirate ship. A fresh student reworking of the well known swash-buckler, it is perfect for the enjoying on a summer evening with a glass of something cold.
22ND JUNE, YORK MINSTER, 19.30
York University Symphony Orchestra and Choir combine forces to perform Beethoven’s Symphony no. 9 in D minor (Choral) and the ‘Great’ Mass in C minor. In such a spectacular setting, I urge you to take this opportunity.
23RD-26TH JUNE, YORK UNIVERSITY
Samuel Beckett: Out of the Archive international conference comes to York and looks set to be a feast of modernism. Guest speakers include J.M.Coetzee and John Banville. See website for more details: outofthearchive.com