Adding excitement to your Monday night, this is a class with a difference. Aimed at amateurs and professionals alike, if you’ve ever fancied dipping your toe into the world of sculpture, now’s your chance. Use clay to create your sculpture based on the naked life model. You’ll be helped to understand the proportions, shapes and forms of the human body, and be given the opportunity to pursue your creative passions.
An all new Korfball club has landed in York, but what is Korfball, I hear you ask? A ball sport, with similarities to netball and basketball, it is played by two teams of eight – four males and four female, with the objective to throw the ball into a basket. Whether you’re a Korfball pro, or a complete beginner, the coaches at Vale of York Academy will teach you all you need to know.
Proving popular on the Instagram scene Sushi Me Rollin’, at Newcastle’s The Stack, has not only become a hit due to their cleverly-named pop-up, but also because of their creative cuisine. Using quality ingredients, they hand roll your sushi to order, and also give you the option to create your own rolls, just the way you like them.
Time to get highbrow with a critically-acclaimed performance of Shakespeare’s Othello at the Lawrence Batley Theatre. Following a superb tour and London run, this production is brought back to the stage by UK Theatre Award winners English Touring Theatre, and promises to be a piercingly emotional staging.