We have just installed a reproduction of an Elwell painting on our wall and new posters!
Next time you walk down Lord Roberts road pop around the side of the theatre to see a reproduction of Beverley-born artist Frederick Elwell’s 1907 painting titled Orchard. As you can see from the image below, the painting is more impressionistic than Elwell’s other paintings on display in Beverley and we absolutely love it! We’d like to thank Beverley Civic Society and Mr. and Mrs. R.D. O’Callaghan for kindly organising and sponsoring its installation.
Whilst you’re gazing into Elwell’s summery cool depiction, also check out our brand new posters at the front. These will be regularly updated whilst we are closed to include information about our fantastic online programme along with a selection of artworks from the Art&ERT Facebook group. If you’d like to submit your artwork to be potentially shown in future, visit the Art&ERT group and get sharing HERE!
We want you to learn more about our amazing volunteers. So… this week our brilliant volunteer Angela is going to tell you a little bit about themself. Where were you born and raised? Born and raised in Hull. What is one of your best memories from childhood? Dancing classes, concerts for Dr. Barnardos, and […]
During the pandemic we have been unable to host any in-person events. So, in response, we’ve been steadily releasing our content online, so that you and your family and friends can continue to enjoy ERT – even during a pandemic! So far we’ve done workshops, live streams, book clubs, summer schools, online tutorials and more; […]
For LGBTQ+ history month we asked Gary Horrocks, editor of Judy Garland – a Celebration, why is Judy Garland so revered in the community? He kindly wrote back with this wonderful article. Judy Garland is the greatest gay icon of them all; revered by the LGBTQ+ community over fifty years after her death. Forever gingham-clad, ruby-slippered Dorothy. The […]
Colouring is a great way to relax if you’re young or old! Download the image below or click HERE for full resolution.
Need a fun activity for the family? Emma Garness walks you through how to make a little theatre with your little ones. Materials: -Shoebox -Spray paint or paint -Scissors -Character images from magazines or drawn. -Glue -Sticks for puppets. -Sellotape -Card Method: 1. Cut front window out of shoebox lid, leaving an inch boarder. […]
In honour of National Storytelling Week, we hosted two live children’s story readings by Annie and Jess from She Productions! Annie read from the Blackberry Farm series by Jane Pilgrim and Jess read from The Boy at the Back of the Class by Onjali Raul. Don’t worry if you missed it, you can catch them both […]
We want you to learn more about our amazing volunteers. So… this week our brilliant volunteer Val is going to tell you a little bit about themself. Where were you born and raised? Born in Hull, lived in Anlaby and Market Weighton. What is one of your best memories from childhood? Enjoying the freedom […]
We want you to learn more about our amazing volunteers. So… this week our brilliant volunteer Janet is going to tell you a little bit about themself. Where were you born and raised? The village of Bilton, near Hull. What is one of your best memories from childhood? Holidays in Scarborough. What was/is […]