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Open day

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 10:00am to 2:00pm

Tel: 07488293648

Email: ash_douglas@hotmail.co.uk

North Cliff Bowling Club
Alexandra Gardens
Peasholme Road

North Cliff Crown Green Bowling Club
Are holding an open day on Saturday 23 March 10 am start. A chane for anybody to come and try Crown Green Bowling. All ages are welcome and all equipment is provided. Refreshments are also provided.

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Songs of Change, Peace and Protest

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 10:30am to 4:30pm

Tel: 07717738243

Email: beepjc@gmail.com

Web: https://beepjc.wordpress.com

South Cliff Methodist Hall
Esplanade Gdns Scarborough
YO11 2SF
YO11 2SF

One-day Acapella Singing workshop with Jenny Goodman and Bridget Cousins
Come learn some inspiring songs and sing your heart out!
£25 per person, bring lunch
Then take part in an evening concert in aid of Amnesty International (see separate billing)
No need to read music, all welcome

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Singing Workshop and concert in aid of Amnesty international

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 10:30am to 9:15pm

Tel: 07717738243

Email: beepjc@gmail.com

South Cliff Methodist Hall and Church
Esplanade Gardens Scarborough
YO11 2SF

Singing workshop run by Bridget Cousins and Jenny Goodman-National Voice Practitioners -March 23rd 2019 10.30-16.30.Learn and sing stirring songs of peace,change and protest.All welcome.No need to be music reader.All will be taught by ear.Perform at evening concert.
Booking essential .£25 per person including concert.Bring own lunch.Hot drinks provided.
Concert in aid of Amnesty International 19.15-21.15 £5

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Jumble Sale

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 2:00pm to 3:30pm

Tel: 01947 840343

Email: christineprudom@btconnect.com

St Hilda's Old School
TS13 5JH

A Jumble Sale will take Place on Saturday 23rd March 2 - 3 30pm in St Hilda's Old School Hinderwell. It will include a raffle, cake stall., Bric a Brac, nearly new clothes, Book Stall and various other stalls. proceeds to St Hilda's Church Restoration Fund. All welcome.

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The Family Silver - Murder Mystery Evening

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 7:00pm to 10:30pm

Tel: 01723870310

Email: enquiries@coberhill.co.uk

Web: http://www.coberhill.co.uk

Cober Hill
Newlands Road
YO13 0AR

Murder mystery evening set at the filming of a TV antiques show.

“The Family Silver”, hosted by Hugo Firth, is a hugely popular daytime TV series which follows in the tried and tested footsteps of shows like “Bargain Hunt”, “Cash in the Attic” and “Real Deal”. The format of the show is that contestants bring in their family heirlooms to be appraised by the three resident experts on the show. This panel of experts have free rein to be as disparaging, or indeed downright rude, about the antiques presented to them. However, should a ‘worthwhile’ piece be brought in, then all three experts then take part in a closed auction, budding against each other. The winning bidder takes ownership of the item, paying his or her own money to the contestant, so long as an independent valuation of the asset has at least been met, if not exceeded.

TV audiences love the rudeness of the three resident panellists. The show combines familiar elements of popular shows such as X-Factor and Dragons’ Den, and the three panellists are now in demand with chat shows and magazines, and are fast becoming popular celebrities in their own right. There are now talks taking place to sell the format to the lucrative American market.

Today sees yet another episode of the programme being filmed in the sleepy village of Mellingham. The three panellists, Terry Tallboys, Anne McQueen and Lawrence Chippendale are here, as well as Hugo Firth. Also present are the producer of the show (Percy Laine) and the show’s researcher Tifanny Glass.

Today’s episode is being filmed at a lovely country house hotel in the village. The three panellists are in place, seated behind a long table topped with a white cloth. Each contestant brings their item up in the hope of hearing that their item is some long-lost masterpiece. In most cases, however, they are hideously ridiculed by one or more of the panellists. Percy Laine and Hugo Firth are trying hard to keep the members of the public under some sort of control. Contestants bring a range of pieces up, but the judges are clearly unimpressed.

Then, a member of the public comes forward, a small parcel under her arm wrapped in brown paper and string. Miss Pearl Ware has brought along a little oil painting by an unidentified artist, believed by the experts to have been painted in the early 1940s. She explains to Hugo Firth that she inherited the painting from her mother, who had been born in Germany and smuggled it out when she left the country in 1939, just before war broke out. It hung first on her mother’s bedroom wall, and then her own, since then.

The panellists are intrigued. All admit that the painting is somewhat naive in style, but given its provenance they may be interested in bidding for it. The host takes the painting, and returns a couple of minutes later with the independent valuation in an envelope. He announces that the auction will commence...the three panellists will take part, and the winning bidder will become the legal owner after paying the contestant their money – so long as it meets or exceeds the valuation in the envelope, which is only opened after the auction.

The auction starts, and the three judges begin bidding slowly against each other...

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Songs of Change, Peace and Protest Concert

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 7:30pm to 9:15pm

Tel: +447717738243

Email: beepjc@gmail.com

Web: https://beepjc.wordpress.com

South Cliff Methodist church
Filey Rd Scarborough YO11 2SF
YO11 3AY

23 March, 7.30 pm : A concert in aid of Amnesty International featuring local choirs and musicians including Funky Choir, Singing for Health and Global Voices.
Tickets on the door, £5

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Songs of Change, Peace and Protest Concert

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 7:30pm to 9:25pm

Tel: 07717738243

Email: beepjc@gmail.com

Web: https://beepjc.wordpress.com

South Cliff Methodist Church
Filey Rd
YO11 2SF

A concert in aid of Amnesty International
Stirring songs to rouse the heart and change the world!
Featuring : the Workshop choir (see separate workshop event)
Funky Choir, Global Voices, Singing for Health and other guests
Tickets £5

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The Brother Brothers at Woodend Gallery in Scarborough

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 7:30pm to 9:45pm

Tel: 07808871118

Email: christopherlee218@yahoo.co.uk

Web: http://www.woodendcreative.co.uk

Woodend Gallery
March 23rd
YO14 9DS

Identical twins from Brooklyn pay a second visit to Scarborough.
Described as carrying the folk tradition for a new generation their stunning songcraft blends gentle guitar, cello and 5 string fiddle with the sublime 2 part harmonies only brothers can carry.

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Saturday 23rd March, 2019 9:00pm to 11:30pm

Tel: 07773 231637

Email: brianjacksondrummer@gmail.com

The Buccaneer
10 Union Street
YO14 9DZ

5 Pc band . Female main singer with a fabulous voice,
Playing a very wide range of material :
From Amy Winehouse and Eva Cassidy to Anastacia,Chrissie Hinde, Eric Clapton, Dire Straits,Pink,Queen,Scorpions and Survivor . With just about everything in between. So come and join us for a great party night at the Buccaneer. P.S. dont't forget your dancing shoes !
See you there !

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The Sonics Rock n Roll band play the Old Ship on Old Town

Saturday 23rd March, 2019 9:00pm to 11:30pm

Tel: 07788455742

Email: jordan.c.a@outlook.com

Web: https://www.facebook.com/TheSonicsRocknRoll/

The Old Ship Inn on St Johns Street

The Sonics will be rolling out their magical Rock n Roll time machine this Saturday night and cruising by the Old Ship Inn on the Old Town to wind back the hands of time.
Come on down for a night of good times and great oldies with hits from The Beatles to The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys to Elvis and many more.

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