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Seann Walsh

Saturday 28th March at 8.00pm 8.00pm

The Lie-In King is back! In his last show 2013 Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, Seann was living alone and trying to sort himself out. At 28 years of age he returns with his aptly named new show 28 where he is now living with his girlfriend, and she is trying to sort him out.

Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman

Thursday 9th April at 8.00pm 8.00pm

Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman are proud to announce their album Tomorrow Will Follow Today, their boldest musical statement to date. After being voted Best Duo in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in 2013, and also nominated for Best Original Song (The Ballad of Andy Jacobs), they add two rarely covered traditional songs to eight confidently written compositions to create a superb new album.

The Blues Band - SOLD OUT

Saturday 11th April at 8.00pm 8.00pm

2015 sees The Blues Band celebrate their 35th year together with Paul Jones, Dave Kelly, Tom McGuinness, Rob Townsend and Gary Fletcher.

Green Man Workshop by Jill Ford

Monday 13th April at 6.30pm 6.30pm

Make a ceramic Green Man to grace your garden. Learn to roll out clay and model the face and leaves for decoration.
Pieces fired (£2 per person) by Jill at Providence House Pottery, Ellerton and will require collection.
All abilities welcome.

Julia Burns

Tuesday 14th April - Friday 22nd May

Working under the brand name Red Hen Originals, award-winning artist, Julia Burns, creates contemporary little paintings using that most ancient of crafts, potato printing.

Documentary Film Course

Thursday 16th April at 7.00pm 7.00pm

An exciting introductory six week course, led by former York St John Senior Lecturer Robin Small from the first Documentary, Nanook of the North (1922) shot in the Arctic to the iconic Nightmail (1936).and the development of the Documentary Film from silent to sound becoming a vehicle for propaganda. Featuring rare footage and the opportunity for discussion and further study.


Pocklington Arts Centre has gained a nation-wide reputation for its live-event and film programmes, in only a short period of time. The venue, which has a 200-seat auditorium and 70-seat studio/exhibition space, has provided film screenings, live music, theatre performances, comedy clubs, art exhibitions and conference facilities to ten of thousands of people since opening in 2000.

"It's a small venue with a big reputation… Pocklington Arts Centre is succeeding in putting a small East Yorkshire town on the map"
The Journal

"Pocklington was a surprise package. 200 people, full to capacity, and the knowledge that it could have sold out twice over gave me a good feeling. I cannot remember having more fun in a performance in my whole career. Laugh? I nearly bought the place a round... Two, maybe even three shows next time at that very special venue. "
Steve Harley - Musician & BBC Radio Two presenter

"One of the region's most thriving arts centres…"
Hull Daily Mail

"The region's best medium concert venue... Pocklington Arts Centre has a reputation for punching above its weight, attracting internationally renowned acts..."
The Talk

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