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Theatre

Upstage Centre Youth Theatre director Matt Harper at York Boxing Club. Picture: Callum McLeod

Youth theatre teams up with boxing club and library to share stories of York’s forgotten youth

From right to left: Jessica West, Lizzie Whynes, Heidi Foss, Ruth Sparkes and Liam Kavanagh-Allen in rehearsal for Where I’m Stood.  Picture: Callum McLeod

Upstage's new play Where I'm Stood reveals the untold stories of York's youth

Kezia Burrows as Vera Claythorne in And Then There Were None

Review: Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie Theatre Company, Leeds Grand Theatre, until tomorrow

Wednesday will be Boom! Boom! time for Basil Brush in York

Mr Charles's brush with Basil

A scene from the 2013 street production of Blood + Chocolate in York. Picture: John Saunders

Blood + Chocolate film from 2013 York community play to be shown at Joseph Rowntree Theatre

Nigel Havers as Algernon Moncrieff and Martin Jarvis as John Worthing JP in The Imprtance Of Being Earnest. Picture: Tristram Kenton

The Importance Of Being Earnest with the golden oldies at the Grand Opera House

Mica Paris as bar owner Sylvia in Love Me Tender. Picture: Johan Persson

Review: Love Me Tender, Grand Opera House, York, until Saturday

2015 Script Factor Final winner James Welford, pictured with his trophy, alongside cast members Hazel Creaghan, left, and Katy Welford and host Antony Dunn. Picture: John Saunders

Script Factor to return in September after James Welford triumphs in 2015 final

National Railway Museum explainer Jonny Hogg as the ticket collector in Twaddle Train. Picture: Dan Clarkson

Review: Twaddle Train, Learning Platform, National Railway Museum, York, until September 6

Holly Surtees-Smith as Rose and Conor Mellor as Eddie in Dogfight

Review: Dogfight, Pick Me Up Theatre, Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York

Bill Champion as David and Clara Perez as Laura in All Things Considered

Review: All Things Considered, Esk Valley Theatre, Robinson Institute, Glaisdale, near Whitby

Jon Last as anxious Angus in Neville's Island. Picture: Tony Bartholomew

Review: Neville's Island, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, until August 27.

TakeOver 2015 producer Bex Phillips

York Theatre Royal's TakeOver festival seeks performers for autumn platform at National Railway Museum

The Other Half

Selby Town Hall's theatre and spoken-word season of Memphis crime, Dorian Gray and the canary girls

Adam Elms, left, and Gordon Kane, in Witness For The Prosecution

York company Theatre Mill take Agatha Christie's Witness For The Prosecution to Leeds Civic Hall

Esk Valley Theatre's cast and production team for All Things Considered

Just A Quickie with...Mark Stratton, director of Esk Valley Theatre's summer show, All Things Considered

Simon Radford as Buddy Holly

Review: Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, Pick Me Up Theatre, Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York, until Wednesday

Xanthe Gresham Knight in Morgana Le Fey

Xanthe explores the myths of Morgana le Fey in the Arthurian legends at the De Grey Rooms

Beth Lilly, left, Izaak Cainer and Rozzi Nicholson-Lailey in a scene from The Railway Children. Picture: Anthony Robling

Review: The Railway Children, York Theatre Royal/National Railway Museum, at Signal Box Theatre, National Railway Museum, York, until September 5

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Holly Surtees-Smith as waitress Rose in Pick Me Up Theatre's Dogfight

Move over Pick Me Up's Buddy Holly musical, here comes Holly in Pick Me Up's Dogfight

Shaun Williamson and Mica Paris in a scene from the musical Love Me Tender

From Paris to York, Mica is loving the Tender side of life in Elvis musical

The Railway Children actor Martin Barrass on an engine at the National Railway Museum, York

The Perks of the job for Martin as he returns to the rail track at the National Railway Museum

Actress Rozzi Nicholson-Lailey with a model train from The Railway Children at the National Railway Museum, York

Rozzi on the right lines to play Bobbie in The Railway Children at the Signal Box Theatre

Andy Love as Harrington, left, and Matt Pattison as Stephen Thornton in Matthew Wignall's An Interview In The Afterlife

An interview in this life with the writer-director of An Interview In The Afterlife

Andy Love as Harrington, left, and Matt Pattison as Stephen Thornton in Matthew Wignall's An Interview In The Afterlife

Review: An Interview In The Afterlife, Off The Rock Productions, The Fleeting Arms, Gillygate, York, tonight and tomorrow, 7.30pm. Box office: ticketsource.co.uk/offtherockproductions

A scene from East Is East, on tour in York

Review: East Is East, Grand Opera House, York, until Saturday

In the pink: Japanese techno troupe Siro-A on the East Is East sofa. Picture: Kippa Matthews

When the Far East meets East Is East in the pink at the Great Yorkshire Fringe

Stage Experience producer Clare O'Connor with the West Side Story summer project company. Picture: Kippa Matthews

West Side Story is a different story every time for Stage Experience director Louise

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The great British bike-off: The HandleBards on tour

Review: The HandleBards, Summer Shakespeare Tour, Hamlet, Merchant Adventurers’ Hall, York, July 29

Pauline McLynn and Simon Nagra as Ella and George Khan in a scene from East Is East

Fourth time lucky for Simon as he graduates to playing George Khan in East Is East

Simon Radford as Buddy Holly in Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story

That'll be the day for maths and science tutor Simon to play Buddy Holly

Scholarship winner Reece McMahon. Picture: Nigel Holland

Stage Experience actor Reece is dancing for joy at surprise scholarship award

West Side Story's romantic leads Scott Goncalves. left, and Ria Williams with fellow Stage Experience cast member Reece McMahon. Picture: Nigel Holland

Why Ria and Scott are so well cast to play Maria and Tony in Stage Experience's West Side Story at Grand Opera House

Review: Bugsy Malone, York Stage Youth, Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York

York Stage Youth bring out the splurge guns for Bugsy Malone at Joseph Rowntree Theatre

On your bike: The HandleBards will ride into York

Pedals and pentameters head for York as Shakespearean cycling troupe return

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Actor Rory Mulvihill and composer Bev Jones at a sing-through for Bev's musical Penny Millionaire. Picture: David Binns

Rory Mulvihill begins preparations for his lead role in Bev Jones's musical Penny Millionaire

Pauline McLynn, centre, as Mrs Khan in a scene from East Is East

Pauline McLynn swaps tea lady Mrs Doyle for chippie boss's wife Mrs Khan in East Is East at Grand Opera House, York

Esk Valley Theatre's cast and production team assemble for rehearsals for All Things Considered

Esk Valley Theatre to hit All Things Considered for six in their biggest ever show

Emma Manton as Milly, Richard Stacey as the Vicar and Russell Dixon as Gosforth in Gosforth's Fete in Confusions. Picture: Tony Bartholomew

Review: Alan Ayckbourn's Confusions, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Samantha Power as Beryl Burton in Beryl. Picture: Keith Pattison

West Yorkshire Playhouse presents dementia-friendly performance of Beryl on Tuesday

Mick Liversidge, left, Amy Millns and Mark Burghagen in Bronzehead Theatre's Richard II

Review: Richard II, Bronzehead Theatre, St Martin-cum-Gregory, Micklegate, until Sunday, then on tour to July 19

Anna Rogers as heroin addict Lucy in The Knot Of The Heart. Picture: Matt Oxberry Photography

Review: The Knot Of The Heart, Anonymous Bosh; Love Arts Festival, Friargate Theatre, York

Natalie-Clare Brimicombe as Mary Read, left, and Olivia Jayne Newton as Anne Bonny in Crossed Swords

Review: Crossed Swords, York Footlights Theatre, Upstage Centre Theatre, 41 Monkgate, York, until Sunday

Samantha Power as Beryl Burton in Beryl. Picture: Keith Pattison

Review: Beryl, Courtyard Theatre,West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds, until July 18

Michael Praed, Carley Stenson, Noel Sullivan and Mark Benton in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Review: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels: The Musical, Leeds Grand Theatre, tonight and tomorrow

Ian Giles as George Stephenson, left, and George Costigan as George Hudson. Picture: Anthony Robling

Review: In Fog And Falling Snow, York Theatre Royal, National Railway Museum and Pilot Theatre, at National Railway Museum, York, until July 11

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Rob Fisher as Dr Jekyll in Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical

Review: Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical, The York Orchard Musical Theatre Company, Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York, until Saturday

Gordon Kane, front, and Adam Elms in Theatre Mill's Witness For The Prosecution. Picture by Tom Jackson

Review: Witness For The Prosecution, Theatre Mill, York Guildhall Council Chamber, until July 12; Leeds Civic Hall, July 28 to August 30

Anna Rogers as heroin addict Lucy in The Knot Of The Heart

Love Arts Festival's weekend of theatre at Friargate Theatre, York

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