Dolly Parton’s smash hit musical 9 to 5 The Musical hits the YMCA Theatre, Scarborough from 28 May - 1 June. Presented by Scarborough Musicals the show, which is currently running in London’s West End, features a cast of talented locals and features the hit song 9 to 5.
A twisted, dark story of rejection, religion, lust and death.
Hybrid dance theatre company EDIFICE presents a work of dark theatre with captivating live music performed by Hastings Philharmonic Orchestra. The work is based on the themes and characters of Oscar Wilde’s ‘Salomé’.
This heart-warming reimagining of The Ugly Duckling tells the tale of a plucky little bird picked on by the other farmyard animals because he’s different. Ugly embarks on an adventure, meeting an array of characters who teach him that it takes all sorts to make a world, and that he’s more than just his looks.
Crammed with adventure, romance, comedy and one or two rather brilliant deductions, The Sign of Four is Conan Doyle’s epic second Sherlock Holmes tale, a breathtaking yarn brought to life in a spectacular new adaptation by Nick Lane, writer of the SJT’s Christmas productions Pinocchio, A (Scarborough) Christmas Carol
A Deliciously Entertaining Comedy
Feed your mind and excite your taste buds at The Chef Show, from Yorkshire playwright Nick Ahad, which is touring nationally in June 2019 following two successful previous tours.
Steve’s dad has Alzheimer’s. There’s nothing he can do about it except remember the way his dad was. Steve has been deaf since his teens but has new hearing aids so now he’s gone through all the music of his youth. It reminds him of his dad.
Jessie’s sick of Leeds, a city she thought she would never leave. But the aimlessness of the people she once believed she would always need is suffocating.
Wondering whether she’s had enough, in a dirty nightclub not too far off.
Spontaneous musical comedy at its absolute finest - direct from the West End and now here at the SJT.
With eleven years as an Edinburgh Fringe must-see phenomenon, a BBC Radio 4 series, a critically acclaimed West End run and an Olivier Award to their name, The Showstoppers have delighted audiences across the globe...
The Showstoppers’ Kids Show takes kids’ ideas and turn them into marvellous, musical adventures from scratch, right away and in front of your very noses.
Together, we’ll explore magical kingdoms as you decide where the story is set, what happens next and who the characters are.
The ultimate feel-good comedy, with live music and tap dancing!
A modern classic about a group of strangers who come together every week for a tap dancing class in their local church hall, this comedy features a cast of ten characters, who gradually form friendships and reveal secrets, whilst their dynamic dance...
Stephen Joseph Theatre
Thu 20 Jun to Sat 22 Jun, Mon 24 Jun to Sat 29 Jun, Mon 1 Jul to Sat 6 Jul, Mon 8 Jul to Sat 13 Jul, Mon 15 Jul to Sat 20 Jul, Mon 29 Jul, Tue 30 Jul, Fri 2 Aug, Sat 3 Aug
Over 100 artists across North Yorkshire will be inviting visitors to take a peek into their studios this June.
Discover art in truly inspirational locations, whilst enjoying a creative treasure trail of studios stretching from the beautiful North Yorkshire coastline to the moors and dales.
Lewis and Louisa Creed are a husband and wife team who have been making rag rugs for over 30 years. Their work was originally inspired by the tradition in the North East of England where scraps of fabric from textile mills were used to make mats for the cottages and farmhouses.
The Ingrid Flute Gallery, St. Hilda’s Churcveh, Raven Hall Road, Ravenscar
Hunmanby Grange sits high on the Yorkshire Wolds where the power of the wind and the shallow chalk wolds soils have dictated the garden design .A series of gardens surround the house giving scope for changes in design and planting.
FULLY BOOKED. A woodland walk to appreciate nature’s symphony, hear every note and bathe in blissful sound. A leisurely 1.5 mile (approx.) wander around Hayburn Wyke with Richard Baines, Director and Ecologist at Yorkshire Coast Nature.
Take up the treasure hunt challenge on this fun outdoors activity for all ages. In partnership with the North York Moors National Park Authority. Hire a GPS unit to search for hidden boxes and clues on a 1.5mile trail. 20 deposit plus proof of ID required. For further information call 01439 772738. Booking Not Needed.
Search the rock pools with a ranger. Learn about the creatures that inhabit the nooks and crannies of our coastline; amazing anemones, crazy crabs, funny fish, slimy seaweed and lots more. Booking Essential. Phone: 01723 870 423. Suitable for children aged 4 and up.
Help rangers discover more about the small mammals living in the woods at Hayburn Wyke. Lend a hand to collect vital information about voles, shrews and wood mice. A rare opportunity to see these shy and elusive species at close quarters and learn survey techniques and fascinating facts along the way.
Mini-beast safari with a ranger. Wander through the countryside with a ranger looking for bugs and beetles. You can tick off some adventures from the 50 things to do before you’re 11 list too.
Free - funded via Natural England’s Higher Level Stewardship environmental scheme. Booking Essential.
A leisurely guided walk exploring how centuries of human activity have shaped the coastal landscape. Join a Ranger to look at the fascinating features which tell the story of Ravenscar’s industrial history. Approximately 2 miles. Booking Essential. Phone: 01723 870 423. Children welcome. Dogs on leads welcome.
Plantswoman’s cottage garden of much interest with many choice and unusual plants. Hellebores and bulbs are treats for colder months. Old-fashioned roses, fragrant perennials, herbs and wild flowers, all grown together provide habitat for birds, bees, butterflies and small mammals.