From Bowie memories to Breakfast At Tiffany’s, Sibelius to jazz singer Silje Nergaard and Sunny from The Archers, your weekend starts here, says CHARLES HUTCHINSON ...

1. Friday Night Is Bowie Night: Woody Woodmansey and Tony Visconti’s Holy Holy, York Barbican, tonight, 7.30pm

BILLED as “probably the closest experience to a Bowie gig you can get”, Holy Holy are David Bowie’s drummer from The Spiders From Mars, Woody Woodmansey, and producer Tony Visconti, who worked on many Bowie albums and played bass on The Man Who Sold The World. Joining them in an all-star band to play Bowie material from the early years of 1969-1973 will be Heaven 17 synth-pop singer and Bowie friend Glenn Gregory.

2. Pre-Valentine’s Day romantic movie of the weekend: Breakfast At Tiffany’s (PG), City Screen, York, Sunday at noon

AUDREY Hepburn stars as Manhattan good-time girl Holly Golightly, who spends her time at exclusive parties and on high-class dates, remaining uncommitted and aloof towards the wealthy men who shower her with gifts in Truman Capote’s story. She strikes up a fragile relationship with her neighbour, aspiring writer Paul Varjak (George Peppard), but as romance begins to blossom, Doc (Buddy Ebsen) turns up to complicate matters, revealing the truth about Holly’s past.

3. Classical concert of the weekend: York Guildhall Orchestra, York Barbican, Saturday, 7.30pm

IN tomorrow’s winter concert, York Guildhall Orchestra continues its journey through the major symphonic works of Jean Sibelius, this this time performing his Symphony No 6. The programme also features Humperdinck’s Overture to Hansel & Gretel, Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy, Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty Suite and Emily Lawler’s Elemental Soundscapes, a piece from 2018 that plays with the different sounds that orchestral instruments can produce.

4. Rare Scandinavian jazz gig of the weekend Silje Nergaard, Selby Town Hall, Sunday, 8pm

SILJE Nergaard is the biggest-selling jazz artist of all time in her native Norway. She rarely makes a trip to Britain; in fact she is on her first tour in 12 years with Selby as the only northern date. “Silje is a real star,” enthuses Selby Town Council arts officer Chris Jones. “Her first hit single, Tell Me Where You’re Going, recorded with Pat Metheny, was an international success, topping the charts in Japan, where they named a wine after her. “Her past collaborators have included Al Jarreau, Toots Thielemans, Arve Henriksen, John Scofield and A-ha’s Morten Harket. It’s such a rare treat to have Silje performing in our venue; she has a really exceptional voice and is rightly considered one of Norway’s finest ever musical exports.”

5. Not The Archers Sunday omnibus, but a Sunny Sunday anyway: An Evening With Sunny Ormonde, Helmsley Arts Centre, Sunday, 7.30pm

SUNNY Ormonde has been playing the “outrageous and raunchy Lilian Bellamy” in BBC Radio 4’s The Archers for the past 17 years, becoming a favourite with her Harley Davidson riding and drinking exploits at The Bull. Sunny will spill the beans with behind-the scenes stories about the world’s longest-running soap opera in an evening of anecdotes, banter and questions and answers with a prize for the most original Archers question.