Constellations By Nick Payne Thursday 1 March 2018 The Basement At City Screen,YO1 9QL
"Imagine rolling a dice six thousand times."
In a chance encounter at a BBQ, Marianne and Roland meet.
At the same BBQ, they don’t.
Heralded by The Telegraph as a “playful, touching and intelligent play that packs more into an hour than most plays do in three”, Constellations is a story about science, possibility and honey.
Recipients of the 2017 York Performance Award, Squabbling House Theatre are delighted to present their “gloriously entertaining” five star production on the first stop of their Yorkshire tour.
Don't miss the chance to see this "stunning" production performed by one of the most exciting young theatre companies in the country.
Tickets available at: www.squabblinghousetheatre.com
The Basement - Live Music, Comedy, & Arts..
TREPPENWITZ March 2nd 2018
A piano trio exploring improvisation and sounds within open structures, at times peaceful and spacious, at others frenzied and angular: the sound of the band spans European avant-garde aesthetics, blues and extended spiritual ostinatos.
Doors 8pm Tickets £7 Adv / £10 Otd
A venue situated below City Screen Picturehouse cinema, right in the heart of York city centre. The venue hosts an eclectic mix of events including live music, poetry, comedy, drama and DJ nights.
13-17 Coney Street, York, YO1 9QL thebasementyork.co.uk | map
Café Scientifique is a place where, a cup of coffee or a glass of wine in your hand, you can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology. The first Cafés Scientifiques in the UK were held in Leeds in 1998. From there, cafes gradually spread across the country. Currently, some forty or so cafes meet regularly to hear scientists or writers on science talk about their work and discuss it with diverse audiences.