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Scarborough's iconic Stephen Joseph Theatre has announced it's new season of plays and film.

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This beautiful Art Deco building, which once housed Scarborough iconic Odeon Cinema, is just opposite Scarborough Railway Station, so it's quite close to the Red Lea Hotel.

Step in summer with the theatre's fabulous line up of plays and performances.

These include The 39 Steps (from 21st June); Joking Apart (from 26th July); Build a Rocket (from 31st August) and Better Off Dead (from 6th September).

The foyer area of the theatre underwent a refurbishment earlier this year and now looks fantastic. 

There is also Shop at the SJT - a wonderful collection of artisan creations - which is open on performance days.

Why not take a look at the SJT's programme and book your seat!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Scarborough's Open Air Theatre, close to Peasholm Park, North Bay, is steadily announcing their fantastic live acts for Summer 2018.

And what a line up!

This superb venue, which was opened by Her Majesty the Queen a few years ago, is attracting some of the most varied and top-name guests around.

So far, the following have been announced, with more to follow ...

* The Script (Thursday 21st June) * Gary Barlow (Friday 22nd June - sold out) * Nile Rodgers and CHIC (Sunday 24th June) * Steps (Friday 29th June)

Alfie Boe (Saturday 30th June) * Emeli Sande (Thursday 5th July) * Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds (Friday 6th July) * Stereophonics (Thursday 19th July) * Pete Tong Ibiza Classics Tour (Friday 20th July) *

Il Divo (Saturday 21st July) * Bastille (Saturday 28th July) * James Arthur (Thursday 26th July) * Texas (Saturday 11th August) * Britney Spears (Friday 17th August - sold out) - James - Saturday 18th August.

Book tickets here and book your accommodation with us as many of these will be a sell out!

And remember, you can catch an open top bus from near the Spa, South Bay, which travels along the spectacular Marine Drive to the Open Air Theatre - a fantastic way to enjoy a great night out!

One of the key dates in the Scarborough events calendar: Armed Forces Day!

This year, the date is Saturday 30th June 2018.

This year's event returns to Scarborough for the tenth year and is a chance for us all to thank the British Armed Forces for their bravery and heroism.

The main event takes place in the South bay, so roads will be closed to traffic.

The locations include Foreshore Road, West Pier and Sandside.

The event is FREE and very popular so be prepared for a busy time.

Armed Forces Day includes aerial displays, military vehicles, vintage stalls, demonstrations, marching bands and a Service of Thanksgiving. Event details subject to change.

Find out more here.

 

 

 

 

Scarborough Cricket Club hosts some of the finest team fixtures of the cricketing season at its historic ground at North Marine Road.

This year is no exception with the county fixtures already announced.

And let's not forget the Cricket Festival in August!

This popular venue attracts thousands of spectators every year.

From the Red Lea, Scarborough Cricket Ground is just over 1.5 miles away - a nice stroll if the sun is shining! 

The venue is also close to other North Bay attractions, such as Peasholm Park and Scarborough's SeaLife Sanctuary.

You can obtain cricket match tickets here, subject to availability. 

 

 

The historic Scarborough Spa overlooks the town’s South Bay and can be reached on foot or by the Cliff Lift as this lovely venue is not far from the Red Lea.

The main summer season has now begun with the celebrated Scarborough Spa Orchestra that started its 2018 programme on 4th June.

Looking ahead, there's an array of entertainment including 'Wow! That's What I Call Musicals', The Proclaimers, Chris Ramsey, along with Elvis and Tom Jones tribute acts and many more.

This is just a taster of the events take place at Scarborough Spa, one of the post spectacular entertainment venues along the Yorkshire Coast.

The Spa is great in the summer and also has events taking place well into the autumn and winter too.

 

 

Find out more here.

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