Pensioners from the local area packed out Pocklington’s Burnby Hall to enjoy an afternoon of entertainment.
The Senior Citizen Variety Show, organised by East Riding Council’s Sport, Play and Arts department, in association with Tony Peers Productions, included singing from two female and two male acts. The acts performed songs by legends such as Elvis, Tina Turner and Judy Garland.
The event also featured comedian Gerry Graham, who brought laughter to the show.
East Riding Council’s vice chairman, councillor Claude Mole, was in attendance and welcomed the audience to the event.
He said: “It was a great success and very much enjoyed by the 113 senior citizens who attended .
“Great credit must be given to Chris Lison and her team from the East Riding’s Sport, Play and Arts department who were responsible for its success.”
The Senior Citizen Variety Show has toured 10 different venues across the East Riding.