Right Here Right Now: April

PLEASE NOTE THIS HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE IN LINE WITH GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES.
We are sorry about the disappointment but look forward to making you laugh in the future!

 

“Fast, funny, unpredictable and chaotic.
This show…should be added to every comedy fan’s calendar’
York Mix

York’s own comedy improv night is back with its own brand of sensational silliness based on audience suggestions.

You come with the ideas and our merry band of improvisers instantly turn them into chaotic comedy to kickstart everyone’s weekend. It’s funny, it’s foolish, it’s fit for family audiences, and it really does make it up as it goes along.

Join us for music, mayhem and muppetry in an unforgettable and absolutely unrepeatable evening of joy-filled nonsense… it wouldn’t be the same without you!

 

EVENT POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Please note there is a £1.50 per transaction charge if booking online. There is no transaction charge if booking by phone or in person through the Riding Lights Box Office. If you would like your tickets posted to you then there is a 50p charge to cover postage costs

The Trouble with Nietzsche

PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL THE AUTUMN. PLEASE WAIT TO BE CONTACTED WITH MORE DETAILS.

Peter is an aspiring poet suffering from a bad case of writer’s block. One night, after a frustrating evening with the pen, he receives an unexpected visitor.

Presented by Off The Rock Productions, The Trouble with Nietzsche is a short one-act play in which a budding writer is exposed to crippling doubts about the value and quality of his work. The intention is to provoke discussion about the mental health of authors and after a short interval, the writer and director will look at ways of combating some of the issues surrounding the subject.

Saturday 21 March 7.30pm
Friargate Theatre, York

Part of the York Literature Festival

Ticketholders please contact the box office for a refund on 01904 613000

 

Salon Du Chocolat

PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL THE AUTUMN. PLEASE WAIT TO BE CONTACTED WITH MORE DETAILS.

This intimate storytelling salon celebrates the relationship between cocoa nibs and forbidden literature, combining mouth-watering chocolate treats with tales of the secret, banned and scandalous from authors such as Lord Byron, Mae West, Angela Carter and Joanne Harris.

Performed, read and sung to you by the highly acclaimed Scary Little Girls, Salon du Chocolat invites you to succumb to a literary seduction!

Friday 20 March 7.30pm
Friargate Theatre, York

Part of the York Literature Festival

Ticketholders please contact the box office for a refund on 01904 613000