What's On Friday 25th Apr

The Stop UKIP Tour (Jonny & The Baptists)
The UK’s hottest musical comedians present a raucous hour of songs, satire and silliness.

Date: Friday 25 April
Venue: Assembly Room
Time: 8pm
Tickets: £12 / £10 (Full price/Concessions)

Ahead of 2014’s European Elections, join them to take on Nigel Farage’s ‘fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists’ - and help stop UKIP forever.

The Stop UKIP Tour is brought to you by the stars of Radio 4’s The Now Show, Infinite Monkey Cage and Sketchorama; winners of the 2013 New Act of the Year award, and Musical Comedy Award and Amused Moose Edinburgh Award nominees.

‘Musical comedy’s rising stars.’
SUNDAY TIMES

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Re-live the sounds of the swinging sixties, as Britain's No. 1 tribute show brings alive the magic of the sixties, with their tribute to over twenty five bands of that era. The show encompasses everything from that period, from the clothes that were worn, to flashbacks from television history, including: TV programmes, adverts and even clips from the original bands.

The Counterfeit Sixties presents a showcase of the great bands of this unforgettable time. The fantastic music of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Dave Clark Five, The Kinks and The Monkees - to name but a few - all recreated in this stunning show.

The band members have performed their unique ...read more
Counterfeit Sixties Show
Re-live the sounds of the swinging sixties, as Britain's No. 1 tribute show brings alive the magic of the sixties, with their tribute to over twenty five bands of that era. The show encompasses everything from that period, from the clothes that were worn, to flashbacks from television history, including: TV programmes, adverts and even clips from the original bands.

The Counterfeit Sixties presents a showcase of the great bands of this unforgettable time. The fantastic music of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Dave Clark Five, The Kinks and The Monkees - to name but a few - all recreated in this stunning show.

The band members have performed their unique ...read more
Looking for something to do with the kids during the Easter holiday?

Try one of our exciting FREE activities

MEDIEVAL MAYHEM

Medieval Activities Day - Be a Prince or a Princess for a Day

Have a go at designing a shield or making a princess hat

Build a Medieval castle

Get involved in creating your own crown

and other things beside

Friday 25th April - 10.00AM to 1.00 PM – FREE

Activities for children 4 to 11 only - an Adult Carer must accompany all children.

Healthy ...read more
This exhibition is a poignant survey of sculpture with drawings by the late Zurich-based artist, Hans Josephsohn (1920–2012), whose career spanned more than 60 years before his death in August 2012. Josephsohn sought to capture the intimacy, experience and presence of the human form and this exhibition traces the evolution of his bold, immediate and highly physical way of working, from slim abstracted forms, reminiscent of ancient stone steles, to large half-figures and reclining sculptures, cast in brass and left unpatinated.
Radiation Millys Birthday bash
Radiation is back this time were clebraiting the birth day of the 1 and only dj milly the promorter of radiation. We have bionic residents performing here known as ED ET & DTR this 1 is garanteed to leave you all begging for more If you have been to a radiation event before then you will know they are not to be missed. we hope you all can make it down tonight for what promisers to be the talk of barnsley event.
Coinciding with Uncommon Ground: Land Art in Britain 1966 – 1979, David Nash returns to YSP in 2014 following his major 2010 exhibition at the Park. Two contrasting works, White Planting and Black Dome, overlook the Park's historic lakes demonstrating the artist's eloquent understanding of trees and the different properties of wood. Echoing Nash's famous Ash Dome, planted in 1977, White Planting comprises 49 Himalayan birch trees, which, planted in seven rows of seven, will grow to form a white cube on the lake's embankment. Referencing the natural cycle of wood, Black Dome is made from coal and charred oak. The work complements Nash's site specific Seventy-one Steps, a commission on the walking route to Longside Gallery.
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