Bouncers by John Godber
Doncaster Little Theatre, 1 King Street, Off East Laith Gate, Doncaster, DN1 1JD, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, January 16, 17, 18. 7.30-9.30pm.
Set in an 1980s night club Lucky Eric, Judd, Les and Ralph tell the tale of one night in a Yorkshire disco and streets.
This is an outrageous parody of Saturday Night Fever. Lewd and crude the gang are out on the town, with the boys, the girls, the cheesy DJ, the late night kebab man and the taxi home. All the action takes place under the watchful eyes of the Bouncers.
Details: Tickets £10, £8 conc U16, Over 60 & Students Tel. 01302 340422, email: email@example.com
Wetherspoon pubs drinks sale
The Gate House, High Street & The Red Lion in Market Place, in Doncaster, and The Old Market Hall in Market Street, Mexborough. Until January 16.
The annual January sale at Wetherspoons pubs has become a popular fixture.
Drinks featured in the sale include everything from real ale and craft beers to wines and gins.
For those attempting Dry January, there are also low and no alcohol options.
Details: Free event.
Pop-up Shopping Day
Doncaster Wool Market, Doncaster DN1 1NG. Saturday, January 25. 10am-4pm
This event aims to promote local business women by encouraging everyone to support independent businesses and buy local. For more information visit www.MyNetworkforWomen.co.uk
Details: Free event.
Doncaster Market, Doncaster DN1 1NG. Saturday, Janaury 18. 10am-4pm.
Open to new and established record dealers. Come and find a bargain and rediscover the joy of vinyl. For more details visit www.fiveriserecords.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Free event.
The Total Stone Roses + Oaysis Live
The Leopard Doncaster, 2 West Street, Doncaster, DN1 3AA. Friday, January 17.
Throughout the last year or so, The Total Stone Roses have been playing gigs and stunning audiences throughout the country building up a solid fan base that makes them a force to be reckoned with in the tribute scene.
The band members are all in their early to mid twenties, bringing the same passion, vigour, arrogance and charisma that only the young have, the old want and that cannot be faked.
This same drive is what gave The Stone Roses their ‘X Factor’ and took them to the heady heights of success and fame that they achieved in the late 1980s and early 1990s and beyond.
The Total Stone Roses are all pro musicians that do this for a living; all players involved are top draw Leeds College of Music graduates.
They strive to recreate the roses sound live and are meticulous in the recreation of their material.
You will not find a better sound a like band this side of 1989!
Details: Advanced Tickets £13, On the door £16. All advance ticket sales are subject to a processing fee.
To book visit www.dclt.co.uk/ Tel: 01302 739460.
Doncaster Community Arts, The Point, South Parade, Doncaster. DN1 2DR. Tuesday, January 14. 11am.
Dance On is a fun way to meet new friends, move to music, and have a laugh. Sessions take place every Tuesday at The Point.
It costs £3 per session, and your first session is free. If you need any more information, call Amy on 01302 341662.
Details: £3 per session.
Tea & Tour
Cast Theatre, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU. Saturday, January 11. 1-3pm.
Step inside Cast’s intimate, luxurious and beautifully made theatre with locally-inspired detailing, including hexagonal chandeliers that show a cross section of Doncaster-produced steel ropes and reference to the town’s industrial prowess.
Explore the main space, with an orchestra pit, flytower and two levels of seating, all designed for optimum sightline viewing.
Delve into Cast’s industrial feel Second Space, an area for experimentation and creativity, with a wraparound balcony and an ‘egg crate’ lighting grid, to allow for creative and unusual lighting designs.
Wander through the theatre’s rehearsal spaces and experience the hustle and bustle of artists making new plays and performances right here in Doncaster.
You’ll be whisked up to the theatre’s highest heights, viewing platforms and rarely seen areas before making the most of your visit with an experience that also includes afternoon tea – the must do, must see destination in Doncaster.
Details: Tickets £15. Tel. 01302 303959 visit www.castindoncaster.com to book.
Wroot Rocks, Wroot Village Hall, Doncaster, DN9 2BT. Friday, January 10, 7-11pm.
Jaz Delorean from Tankus The Henge returns to perform a very rare solo show. It’s an amazing honour to be asked to host this special night for Jaz as these solo shows hardly ever happen outside of London.
This show will be a fully seated event with only 100 tickets being available and organisers imagined this would be another quick sell out for them.
For support they have hand picked two bands from Sheffield to make this night one to never forget, they are Thomas And The Empty Orchestra (Full band) and Caroline Francess and the Lights.
Details: All tickets will be available to buy online via a ticket source link at: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/wroot-rocks
Best Western Premier Mount Pleasant Hotel, Great North Road, (A638), Doncaster, DN11 0HW. Sunday, January 12. 11am-3pm.
Join the hotel tea, and a selection of over 30 of Doncaster’s top wedding suppliers at this wedding fair.
Wedding experts will be on hand to answer any questions you may have and to tell you everything you need to know to make your special day perfect.
A selection of bedrooms will also be available to view by couples on the day.
Details: Free Admission & Free Parking.
Roots Music Club, The Ukrainian Centre, 48 Beckett Road, Doncaster DN2 4AD. Friday, January 10. 7.30pm.
Once gain our new year begins with local blues hero, Frank Carline. He’s has been playing professionally for over 30 years and has his own take on all things roots and blues.
Details: Tickets: £6 advanced; £8 on the door.