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Upcoming events at the Futurist Theatre 2012

Sat 5th May 7:30pm
The ELO Experience 2012
A “Tribute to Jeff Lynne and the Electric Light Orchestra” The ELO Experience perform their greatest hits, taking audiences back to the days when these amazing songs were first heard. Two hours of nostalgia with this amazing 7 piece band.
All seats £17.00

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Sat 12th May 7:30pm
‘Jive Talkin’ perform The Bee Gees
Accompanied by a live String Section the three leading men, with stunningly convincing vocals, are bringing the Bee Gees Greatest Hits to life. An emotional musical journey in this truly amazing concert!
Seats £17 OAP £15 Child £10

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Thurs 17th May 7:30pm
Rumours of Fleetwood Mac
Replicating perfectly timeless classics, taking you on a nostalgic evening of breathtakingly outstanding musicianship, and all performed in the context where the songs work best – a live stage.
All seats £22.50

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Sun 27th May 7:30pm
Gerard Kenny
Novella award winning Singer/Songwriter Gerard Kenny endows this glorious body of songs with his own inimitable warmth and joy. You will never hear them better performed than in The Great American Songbook.
All seats £17.50

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Tues 5 June 7:30pm
Stewart Francis: ‘Outstanding in his field’
The star of ‘Mock the Week’ and ‘Live at the Apollo’, embarks on a tour with a fantastic and hilarious new show! “A brilliant comic brain… this stand-up cracks some of the best one liners I’ve ever heard” Guardian.
All seats £17.50 (16 years and over)

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Thurs 6th Sept 7:30pm
Gary Mullen & The Works
Perform ‘One Night of Queen’. When Gary won the Grand Final of ‘Stars in their eyes’ back in 2000 as the legendary Freddie Mercury, his show, with fantastic lighting, staging and sound, has rocked Queen fans everywhere!
Seats £18 Child £10 Family £52

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Thurs 18th Oct 8:00pm
The Hairy Bikes Larger Than Live
“This time it’s going to be bigger, bolder, funnier, and packed with more food and laughs than ever before. We’re not just giving you a show, we’re giving you a real night out. Filled with plenty of surprises, expect the unexpected…”
All seats £25

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Thurs 29th Nov 7:30pm
Peter Andre
In the ‘Up Close and Personal’ tour Peter performs live with his band all of his hits including ‘Mysterious Girl’ and ‘Behind Closed Doors’. He promises that this will be his best tour yet with a few surprises in store!
Seats £28.50, £45, £55, £65, £75

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26th July, 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th Aug at 7pm
Chuckle Brothers (The return of Pirates of the River Rother 2)
Child £14, Adult £15, Family £52

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11th Aug 7:30pm
An Evening of Dirty Dancing (The tribute show)
Seats £18, OAP £16,  Child £10

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18th, 19th, 28th, 29th Aug 7.30pm
Cirque Du Ciel’s ‘Shanghi’
The internationally acclaimed production with over 30 amazingly multi-talented and skilled performers, over 500 superb costumes and intricate scenery and lighting will enthral audiences of all ages.
Seats £22.50, £20, £17, Child £12, Family £60

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8th & 15th Aug 8:00pm
The Cannon & Ball show
Seats £17, Child £8, Family £42

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25th Aug 7:00pm
Ken Dodd ‘Happiness Show’
Seats £19, Child £17

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26th Aug 7:30pm
Joe Longthorne
Seats £20, £22.50, Child £5

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Mon 10th – Sat 15th Sept
Little Voice
The Olivier award-winning comedy, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice is a sparkling night of music, divas and romance, written and directed by Jim Cartwright. Starring Beverley Callard (Coronation Street), Ray Quinn (Dirty Dancing, X Factor, Dancing On Ice Winner), Joe McGann (Calendar Girls, Upper Hand, The Hanging Gales) and introducing the sensational Jess Robinson as Little Voice.

In this heart-warming tale, shy Little Voice spends most of her time hidden away with her late father’s record collection, perfecting her astonishing impersonations. Her extraordinary talent remains a secret until she is overheard by local talent scout Ray Say. Determined to hit the big time, Ray sets about creating the show of the century with Little Voice as his star. When the big night arrives, Ray is convinced that this is his last chance for fame and fortune. But has anyone asked Little Voice what she wants?

Eves 7:30pm, Mats Wed & Sat 2:00pm
Mon all seats £19.50
Wed mat all seats 17.00
Tues – Fri eve £14, £19, £24, £27
Sat mat & eve £17.50, £23.50, £27.50, £29.50

Parties buy 10 get 1 free!

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2nd Oct – 6th Oct
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Having enjoyed sensational reviews, Bill Kenwright’s ‘Amazing’, ‘Superb’, ‘Wonderful’ and ‘Brilliant’ production of Time Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sparkling family musical continues to enjoy huge success across the country with standing ovations at every performance.

Retelling the Biblical story of Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colours, this magical musical is full of unforgettable songs including ANY DREAM WILL DO, CLOSE EVERY DOOR TO ME, and ONE MORE ANGEL.

Evenings 7:30pm / Sat 8:00pm
Matinees Wed 2:00pm / Sat 2:00pm & 5:00pm

Tuesday all seats £20.00, Wed Mat all seats £18.00
Wed-Fri Eves £15, 17.50, £22, £25
Sat Mats & Eve £17.50, £21.50, £25.50, £27.50

Children* £5 OFF any seat! (Except Tues)
(*Under 16 yrs / 1 child per adult)
Parties Buy 10 Get 1 Free! (Cheapest ticket Free)
School Parties: Wed Mat Pupils £9.00. Teacher 1 in 10 Free!

Events this weekend (28th-29th April)

Date Event Location Time
Sat/Sun Fears Foes & Faeries Exhibition Scarborough Art Gallery 10:00 – 17:00
Sat/Sun Festival of Speed Hill Climb Oliver’s Mount Check www.auto66.com
Sat/Sun Titanic – A Centenary Exhibition Scarborough Maritime Centre 11:00-16:00
Sat/Sun Marc Chagall Exhibition Woodend Creative Workspace 09:00-17:00
Sat Guinness Book Record attempts North Bay Miniature Railway 16:30
Sat The Olympic Games YMCA Theatre 19:30
Sat Miles Cain reading and music Taylors Café & Books 20:00-22:00
Sat Sessions: The Big One 2012 Scarborough Spa Complex 20:00-01:00
Sat Dino Club Rotunda Museum 10:00-12:00
Sat Billy Fury Story – Halfway to Paradise Futurist Theatre 19:30
Sat Soric String Quartet Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:30
Sun Murder Mystery Dinner The Glass House Café and Bistro TBC

Future of Music – Oliver's Mount Festival 2012

The Future of Music Festival at Oliver’s Mount is hoping to be a laid back, affordable, family friendly music festival

It will begin from the 16th June 2012 and will run over 2 days, from 12 noon to midnight on the Saturday and 11am to 8pm on the Sunday.  There will on-site camping if you wish, but we recommend staying at the Crown Spa Hotel and enjoying a relaxing night after the days events.  The acts will consist of the local bands and artists, many from the local region.  This music festival is what fans have been waiting for, hopefully if it proves popular it will expand to become even more sucessful next year.

Music will consist of acoustic, blues, rock, pop and folk music. While enjoying the music you can enjoy the surrounded areas of the countryside as well as breathtaking views over Scarborough.

Tickets are £20 for the weekend if bought in advance or £25 on the gate.

Olympic torch relay route (Scarborough and the surrounding areas)

The below information is provided by Yorkshire Coast Radio:

We have the full dates of the route on June 18th below:

9.01am – Hinderwell

Hinderwell Lane (from junction with West End Close) onto High Street, then Station Road (as far as the junction with Browns Terrace)

9.13am – Lythe

High Street (from Lythe town signs), Lythe Bank, Sandsend Road (as far as junction with Meadow Field)

9.40am – Whitby

Sandsend Road (from junction with Love Lane), Upgang Lane, Chubb Hill, Bagdale, Langborne Road to Whitby Railway Station where the Olympic Flame will then be carried on a North Yorkshire Moors Railway train to Pickering

12.28pm – Scarborough

Columbus Ravine (from junction with Victoria Park Avenue), Peasholm Gap, to North Bay Promenade (junction with Open Air Theatre back access road)

There will then be a lunchtime stop at Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre

1.29pm – Scarborough

Burniston Road (from Open Air Theatre exit), Peasholm Gap, Royal Albert Drive, Marine Drive, Sandside, Foreshore Road, Valley Road, Ramshill Road, Filey Road (to junction with Queens Margarets Road, 2.14pm)

2.24pm – Filey

Scarborough Road (from Filey town signs), Station Avenue, Muston Road (to Filey School)

3.00pm – Bridlington

Scarborough Road (A1038), passing Baylegate on the left and South Back Lane on the right, before heading along St John’s Street, with the High School for Girls on the right and Queensgate on the left.

The route then goes on to Quay Road, passing St John’s Avenue on the right, the torchbearer will then turn right on Station Avenue and right again onto Hilderthorpe Road before bearing left onto A165 Kingsgate.

The route will then go down Kingsgate, passing George Street and Shaftesbury Road on the right and Kingston Road on the left before leaving the Yorkshire Coast at around 3.22pm.

Scarborough Shrove Tuesday traditions

Scarborough has had a long running tradtion on Shrove Tuesday which has been running at least since 1903. It has been thought that local fisherman who were getting rid of the ropes and nets not fit for fishing to children who would then use the ropes to skip.

Since at least 1853 a person has run a bell at noon on Shrove Tuesday, which is though to signal to people they should begin pancake making when the tradition began. Nowadays it is run to tell people to start skipping.  The area used for skipping is closed (foreshore) for traffic for the event these days.

Events for 1 week from 31/10/2011

Dates Events Venue Times Contact details
1st Oct – 4th Dec Landscape Revisited, Kane Cunningham & Joe Cornish Scarborough Art Gallery 10:00 to 17:00 -
31st Oct Halloween Fun Night Falsgrave Park 18:30 -
31st Oct Penny Dreadful’s Etherdome Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:30 01723 370541
2nd Nov Sinbad’s Adventures Scarborough Art Gallery 10:30 to 11:00 01723 384511
3rd – 5th Nov Cabaret Scarborough Spa Complex 19:30 01947 604855
3rd Nov Essence of Ireland Scarborough Spa Complex - 01723 357869
3rd Nov Life Drawing Classes Woodend 18:30 to 20:30 01723 384511
3rd Nov Scarborough Lunchtime Concerts 2011 Scarborough Library & Information Centre 12:30 -
3rd Nov The Essence of Ireland Scarborough Spa Complex 19:30 01723 357869
4th Nov A Night Before the Colours Scarborough Spa Complex 19:15 07554 017478
5th Nov Friends of St. Mary’s Coffee Mornings St Mary’s Parish House 10:00 to 12:00 -
5th Nov Scarborough Lions Bonfire Firework Display Burniston Road Car Park 17:30 -
5th Nov Scarborough Symphony Orchestra-National Tradition Queen Street Methodist Central Hall 19:30 -
6th Nov The Mr Men Roadshow Scarborough Spa Complex 14:30 01947 604855

Events for 1 week from 24/10/2011

Dates Events Venue Times Contact details
1 Apr to 30th Oct Scalby Farmers Market Scalby Parish Hall 14:00 to 17:00
1 Oct to 4 Dec Landscape Revisited Kane Cunningham & Joe Cornish Scarborough Art Gallery 10:00 to 17:00
22nd to 29th Oct Bill Wedgwood Exhibition Ravenscar Coastal Centre – Alum Works 10:00 to 16:00 01947 885900
25th to 29th Oct Big Draw Week Rotunda William Smith Museum of Geology 11:00 to 16:00 01723 384511
25th Oct Collect It Woodend 10:00 to 12:00 01723 384511
25th Oct How The Koala Learnt To Hug Scarborough Spa Complex 14:30 01947 604855
25th Oct Take a Peek Woodend 14:00 15:00 01723 384511
26th Oct Dinosaur Coast Family Fun Day Woodend 13:00 to 16:00 01723 384511
26th Oct Landscape & Art Scarborough Art Gallery 12:00 to 13:00 01723 384511
26th Oct Sinbad’s Adventures Scarborough Art Gallery 10:30 to 11:00 01723 384511
27th Oct Arty Party Scarborough Art Gallery 11:00 to 16:00 01723 384511
27th Oct Paint it White Scarborough Spa Complex 19:30 01723 357869
27th Oct Scarborough Lunchtime Concerts 2011 Scarborough Library & Information Centre 12:30
28th Oct Friday Coffee Mornings St Andrew’s United Reformed Church 10:00 to 11:45
28th – 30th Oct Halloween at Humble Bee Farm Humble Bee Farm 01723 890437
28th Oct St Mary’s Market St Mary’s Church – Burniston & Cloughton 10:30 to 13:00
28th Oct The Art of Persuasion Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:45 01723 370541
29th Oct A Night of Musicals Scarborough Spa Complex 19:30 01723 357869
29th Oct Ghosts and Ghouls Halloween Sea Cadet Hall 17:00 to 21:00
29th/30th Oct Halloween Trail Ravenscar Coastal Centre – Alum Works 10:00 to 16:00 01947 885900
29th Oct Milton Jones: Lion Whisperer Scarborough Spa Complex 20:00 01723 357869
29th Oct Pumpkin Carving Competition Scarborough Market Hall & Vaults 09:30 to 12:00 01723 232440
29th Oct The Art of Persuasion Stephen Joseph Theatre 14:45 19:45 01723 370541
29th Oct The Not So Spooky Halloween Show Scarborough Spa Complex 14:00 01723 357869

Events this week 17/10/2011

Dates Events Venue Times Contact
Fri 1 Apr 2011 – Sun 30 Oct 2011 Scalby Farmers Market Scalby Parish Hall 14:00 to 17:00 01723 583357
Sat 1 Oct 2011 – Sun 4 Dec 2011 Landscape Revisited, Kane Cunningham & Joe Cornish Scarborough Art Gallery 10:00 to 17:00 -
Tue 18 Oct 2011 We Are Three Sisters Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:30 01723 370541
Wed 19 Oct 2011 Sinbad’s Adventures Scarborough Art Gallery 10:30 to 11:00 01723 384511
Wed 19 Oct 2011 ‘The Write Way’ – A talk by Roy Briggs St Andrew’s United Reformed Church 14:30 01723 369070
Wed 19 Oct 2011 We Are Three Sisters Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:30 01723 370541
Wed 19 Oct 2011 Wedding Fayre Scarborough Spa Complex 18:00 to 21:00 01723 357869
Thu 20 Oct 2011 Life Drawing Classes Woodend 18:30 to 20:30 01723 384511
Thu 20 Oct 2011 Scarborough Lunchtime Concerts 2011 Scarborough Library & Information Centre 12:30 01723 364241
Thu 20 Oct 2011 We Are Three Sisters Stephen Joseph Theatre 13:30 19:30 01723 370541
Fri 21 Oct 2011 Friday Coffee Mornings St Andrew’s United Reformed Church 10:00 to 11:45 01723 369070
Fri 21 – Sun 23 Oct 2011 Northern Soul Weekender Scarborough Spa Complex 19:00 01723 357869
Fri 21 Oct 2011 We Are Three Sisters Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:30 01723 370541
Sat 22 Oct 2011 Andy Parsons ‘Gruntled’ Live 2011 Scarborough Spa Complex 19:30 01723 357869
Sat 22 – Sat 29 Oct 2011 Bill Wedgwood Exhibition Ravenscar Coastal Centre – Alum Works 10:00 to 16:00 01947 885900
Sat 22 Oct 2011 Table Top Sale Friends Meeting House 10:00 to 14:00 01723 362756
Sat 22 Oct 2011 We Are Three Sisters Stephen Joseph Theatre 14:30 19:30 01723 370541
Sun 23 Oct 2011 Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers Scarborough Spa Complex 19:30 01723 357869

Events from 10/10/2011

Dates Events Venue Times Contact Details
1st Apr – 30th Oct Scalby Farmers Market Scalby Parish Hall 14:00 to 17:00 01723 583357
1st Oct – 4th Dec Landscape Revisited, Kane Cunningham & Joe Cornish Scarborough Art Gallery 10:00 to 17:00
7th – 13th Oct Johnny English Reborn Hollywood Plaza Cinema 20:00 01723 507567
10th – 12th Oct Engineering Week Scarborough Spa Complex 16:00 to 19:00 01723 357869
11th Oct Neighbourhood Watch Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:30 01723 370541
12th Oct Johnny English Reborn Hollywood Plaza Cinema 14:00 17:00 01723 507567
12th Oct Neighbourhood Watch Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:30 01723 370541
12th Oct Sinbad’s Adventures Scarborough Art Gallery 10:30 to 11:00 01723 384511
12th Oct The 3 Musketeers Futurist Theatre 14:00 17:00 01723 365789 / 37450
12th – 13th Oct The 3 Musketeers Futurist Theatre 20:00 01723 365789 / 37450
13th Oct Life Drawing Classes Woodend 18:30 to 20:30 01723 384511
13th Oct Neighbourhood Watch Stephen Joseph Theatre 14:30 19:30 01723 370541
13th Oct Scarborough Lunchtime Concerts 2011 Scarborough Library & Information Centre 12:30 01723 364241
14th Oct Friday Coffee Mornings St Andrew’s United Reformed Church 10:00 to 11:45 01723 369070
14th Oct Neighbourhood Watch Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:30 01723 370541
14th Oct What is the Cultural Olympiad? Scarborough Art Gallery 12:30 to 13:00 01723 384511
15th Oct Neighbourhood Watch Stephen Joseph Theatre 14:30 to 19:30 01723 370541
15th Oct Smokie Futurist Theatre 19:30 01723 365789/374500

Events in Scarborough for 1 week (03/10/2011)

Dates Events Venue Times Contact Details
Fri 1 Apr – Sun 30 Oct Scalby Famers Market Scalby Parish Hall 14:00 to 17:00 01723 583357
Sat 1 Oct – Sun 4 Dec Landscape Revisted, Kane Cunningham & Joe Cornish Scarborough Art Gallery 10:00 to 17:00
Tue 4 Oct Neighbourhood Watch Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:30 01723 370541
Wed 5 Oct Neighbourhood Watch Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:30 01723 370541
Wed 5 Oct Sinbad’s Adventures Scarborough Art Gallery 10:30 to 11:00 01723 370541
Wed 5 Oct The Vagina Monologues Scarborough Spa Complex 19:30 01723 370541
Thu 6 Oct Life Drawing Classes Woodend 18:30 to 20:30 01723 384511
Thu 6 Oct Neighbourhood Watch Stephen Joseph Theatre 14:30 19:30 01723 370541
Fri 7 Oct Dave Spikey – New Tour 2011 Futurist Theatre 19:30 01723 365789/374500
Fri 7 Oct Friday Coffee Mornings St Andrew’s United Reformed Church 10:00 to 11:45 01723 369070
Fri 7 Oct Neighbourhood Watch Stephen Joseph Theatre 19:30 01723 370541
Sat 8 Oct Friends of St. Mary’s Coffee Mornings St. Mary’s Parish House 10:00 to 12:00 01723 370382
Sat 8 Oct Neighbourhood Watch Stephen Joseph Theatre 14:30 19:30 01723 370541
Sun 9 Oct Neighbourhood Watch Stephen Joseph Theatre 15:00 01723 370541