ONE of the UK’s most successful diverse contemporary dance organisations are coming to put on a show in Malton.

RJC Dance promises a high energy evening at the Milton Rooms on Friday, March 8, with its show, Still Blazin’, offering a feast of dance styles.

Originating from a Black British perspective, RJC Dance bring reggae, jazz and contemporary influences to its choreographic approach, fusing social dance forms with contemporary dance techniques.

The company’s work possesses an emotional depth and authenticity that has a broad appeal both culturally and socially.

Its overall mission is to engage young people from all backgrounds with a strong desire to offer young people an authentic experience that focuses on how dance can unlock their potential, creativity and style.

Enjoy an evening of foot-stomping music which will have you dancing in the aisles when Malarkey comes to the Milton Rooms on Saturday, March 9.

The Ryedale-based band were formed in 2012 and have become regulars on the North Yorkshire music scene, covering everything from Irish folk to country and even a bit of rock and roll.

The adventures of a Suffragette will be brought to life in a new one-woman musical drama at the Milton Rooms, in Malton, on Sunday, March 10.

Wrong ’Un - A Suffragette’s Story follows Annie Wilde, a Lancashire mill girl galvanised by a rousing mixture of injustice, conviction, self-doubt and fear on her journey from schoolroom to prison cell.

Set in February 1918, the play explores a tumultuous time in British history when Parliament was set to grant votes for all women following several decades of protest and four years of bloody war.

The Red Letter Theatre Company production stars Kathleen Yore and is written by Boff Whalley and directed by Rod Dixon.

A question and answer session will follow the play.

Sleight of hand and comedy are on the cards for visitors to the Milton Rooms when magician Sebastian Walton appears – and disappears on Saturday, March 23, at 7.30pm.

The Magic Circle Stage Magician of the Year 2016 will be on hand to perform world-class spellbinding magic act which has wowed audiences not only in the UK but also at the famous Magic Castle in Hollywood. He will be supported by comedian Duncan Oakley.

Tickets for all shows are available from or the box office on 01653 696240.