Barton Arts Festival June 23 – July 3

Ticket PriceDescription
Humber to The Wash Open ArtExhibition22 June- 6 July
Gallery One & ArtspaceThe RopewalkMaltkiln RoadBarton
Free A wide range of work can be seen in this exhibition featuring artists from around the region.
Nell BrydenThurs June 23 June
Ropery Hall Maltkiln RoadBarton
£20With this tour, New Yorker Nell has gone back to her roots and followed the traditional sonic footsteps of her idols Dusty Springfield, Aretha Franklin and Carole King. You will of course hear the more well-known songs from this BBC Radio 2 darling, including songs of hers covered by Cher and Susan Boyle. 8pm

Open Gardens

Sat 25 -Sun 26 June


Programme £4
All proceeds will go to support Ukraine. Maps will be available in June from The Ropewalk and Wilderspin National School Museum. 2pm  – 5pm
The Unthanks
Sat 25 June

St Mary’s ChurchBurgateBarton
£25/15/8The Unthanks return to live touring after two years off the road, showcasing forthcoming new album, Sorrows Away, alongside favourites such as Magpie, The King Of Rome and Mount The Air.7.30pm
The Art of Ted Lewis 
Sun 26 & Sun July 3

Ted Lewis CentreFerriby RdBarton
FreeDiscover the art of Barton’s famous noir fiction writer, from early schoolboy sketches to The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine.10am – 4pm

Choir Festival

Sun June 26

Trinity ChurchHolydykeBarton
£5A celebration of voice featuring three amateur local choirs brought together under the guidance of Jenny Trattles.7.30pm

Monday Night at the MoviesThe Ladykillers
Mon June 27
Ropery Hall Maltkiln RoadBarton
£4Five oddball criminals planning a bank robbery rent rooms on a cul-de-sac from an octogenarian widow under the pretext that they are classical musicians. Stars Alec Guiness, Peter Sellers7.30pm
Three Men in a BoatTues June 28
Ropery Hall Maltkiln RoadBarton
£13GSP productions are back with a rip-roaring barrel of fun, Three Men in a Boat, with Giles Shenton playing the part of Jerome K Jerome. Join Jerome as he recounts the hilarious story of his boating holiday along the magnificent River Thames with his two companions and Montmorency the dog.7.30pm
Snake Davis & Barton Community BandThursJune 30St Mary’s ChurchBurgateBarton£14Barton Community Band and sax-man Snake Davis, both well-known, loved and respected up here in North Lincolnshire, appearing together for the very first time, a World Premiere. Jazz pop and soul, there’ll be some completely new arrangements together with re-workings of existing ones. Snake is always on the hunt for new collaborations, new musical pairings and flavours. The Band are talented, open-minded and up for a challenge. Sax with brass band? Should it be allowed? Could it work? Will it work? Of course it will! 7.30pm

Two Pianos

Fri July 1

Ropery Hall Maltkiln RoadBarton

Join the sensational David Barton and Al Kilvo, as they battle it out to deliver the best rock ‘n’ roll piano experience audiences have seen. Feel the energy and witness the foot stomping performance of Two Pianos, singing hits from Jerry Lee Lewis, Fats Domino, Elvis, Ray Charles, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Carl Perkins, Everly Brothers and more!8pm

Birmingham First United Methodist Church Choir

Sat July 2
Trinity Church Holydyke Barton
From Michigan, USA, the choir will be delivering a lively concert at Trinity Methodist. The choir are aged between 14-18 years and are on a tour of the UK and love the opportunity to perform in a historic venue. 7.30pm

Paradise Lost
Sun July 3
Baysgarth ParkCaistor RoadBarton
FreeA Certain Demographic presents a 21st century, often comic, take on the ancient story of Adam, Eve and Lucifer. Milton’s themes are perhaps now more relevant than ever: Adam and Eve lost Paradise- are we about to do the same?. 2pm – 4pm
3 VoicesMon July 4 Ropery Hall Maltkiln RoadBarton£5 Dez Allenby, Frances Kelly and Trevor Millum present What’s Cooking?  A Sharing Platter of words and music including a rich helping of Under Milk Wood, a side order of mixed verses and savoury stories, plus some sweet musical desserts provided by the cream of local talent.7.30pm
Pirates of PenzanceWed July 6Bardney HallWhitecross StBarton£12/£5 student/U18 Illyria bring Gilbert and Sullivan to Barton. With hilarious melodrama, sharp satire and glittering wit,  The Pirates of Penzance is as fresh as if it had been written today. It is packed-full of memorable songs  such as To be a Pirate King!, Modern Major General and A Policeman’s Lot is Not a Happy One. 7pm

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