So much more going on!
With so much going on throughout the year we almost wish there were more than 12 month, especially when it's sunny! With our top, tried and tested annual festivals such as Beverley Folk Festival, Food Festivals, Literature and Christmas Festivals we know a fabulous time is ahead of us. Not forgetting the East Riding Theatre, with its multi functional events and used as part of the filming for the Dad's Army Film. Use the handy search box to see what’s on when you’re visiting us or maybe plan a break around something that sounds like your thing. All this plus 2017 seeing Hull as UK City of Culture (9 mile car journey - 16 minute train journey) – 365 days of events.
MAY Beverley & East Riding Early Music Festival. Concerts in Beverley Minster and smaller ensembles in churches locally.
SEPTEMBER Beverley Chamber Music Festival. The finest chamber musicians, soloists, string quartets and chamber ensembles.
OCTOBER Beverley Literature Festival. Talk to great writers about their work, take part in workshops and reading groups.
JUNE Beverley Folk Accoustic Roots Festival. Music, dance, comedy, crafts and food fair, real ale bars.
OCTOBER Beverley Food Festival. Food and fun with a variety of 50 stalls, selling local produce. Street entertainers, BBQ and cookery theatre.
Hear what's happening in Beverley
Beverley Art Galllery
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
11 February - 22 April
The world-renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, comes to Beverley. Featuring 100 awe inspiring images, from fascinating animal behaviour to breathtaking wild landscapes.
Developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London.
East Riding Theatre
Early Music Festival
Major Art Exhibition from Flanders
Friday 26 May - Sunday 16 July
As part of the 30th Anniversary celebrations of the Beverley & East Riding Early Music Festival (May 2017), and playing its part inHull UK City of Culture2017. A free 7 week art exhibition and installation in Beverley Minster, bringing to life the Glittering World of the 16th Century work by Petrus Alamire, musical scribe, composer, singer and spy.