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Love Your Local Market

Thursday 23rd May, 2019 9:00am to 5:00pm

Tel: 07594319805

Email: sales@gekoglass.co.uk

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

Scarborough Market Hall
Unit 14
Mezzanine Level
Scarborough Market Hall
YO11 1EU

Love Your Local Market 2019

Come and see how wonderful all three floors are at the historic Scarborough Market Hall and Vaults. Love Your Local Market event from 17th to 31st May 2019.

Many shops and stalls on all three floors will have special offers and events going on throughout the two weeks to celebrate this wonderful event with music, crafts, fun family activities and free goodies.

Join us every day for something different while supporting your local suppliers.


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Dementia Friends Public Session at Pickering Library

Thursday 23rd May, 2019 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Tel: 01723 500958

Email: louise.morgan@alzheimers.org.uk

Alzheimers Society
Unit 16a
YO11 3TU

Do you want to become a Dementia Friend? Do you want to learn more about how you can support someone you know or someone in your local community with dementia? If so, call in to our Dementia Friends session running at Pickering Library on Thursday 23rd May, 5.30pm.

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A Unique Literary Evening

Thursday 23rd May, 2019 6:45pm to 9:30pm

Web: http://stmarksscarborough.org.uk

St Mark's Church
Coldyhill Lane
YO12 6SD

As part of St Mark's Community Arts Festival, there will be a literary evening in the church on Thursday 23rd May. The evening will feature prizewinning author Antony Dunn, local crime writer Gary Mortimer, and local author of short stories and novels, Dorinda Cass. Also taking part will be Bridget Foreman, playwright and theatre director of Riding Lights, National Youth and Pilot theatres. There will also be readings in memory of local poet, Cathy Arnott.
The evening will start with a collection of cheeses (including vegan), biscuits, wine and non-alcoholic drinks.
There will be an opportunity to put questions to the guest speakers.
Admission is free and all are welcome. Donations in aid of the church annex fund will be warmly welcomed.

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Bowls —Short Mat Bowls. New club The Wolds SMBC

Thursday 23rd May, 2019 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Tel: 07791787693

Flixton Village Hall
Flixton Village Hall
YO11 3UG

Flixton Village Hall, The Wolds Short Mat Bowls Club. (YO11 3UG)
Thursdays 7pm to 9pm

Please bring flat shoes without tread.
Come along and have ago at this game of skill and tactics.
Contact 07791787693 for more information.

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Art Practical: Summer Colour (Evenings)

Thursday 23rd May, 2019 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Tel: 0300 303 3464

Web: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2018/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3673256

St James Arts Centre/Parish Hall
St. James Community Art Centre
24 Seamer Road
YO12 4DT
YO12 4DT

Running for 10 Sessions

Enjoy the hot colours of the Summer evenings with this sketching course which will introduce you to drawing and painting natural subjects in pencil, paint and pastels. Working outdoors when possible in St James Community garden and at The Mere this course will cover drawing plants and trees, water and skies. Beginners and improvers welcome.

If in receipt of benefit/low income you may be able to attend for free.

Follow links/call number to enrol and reserve a place.

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New short Mat Bowls Club

Thursday 23rd May, 2019 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Tel: 07791787693

Flixton Village Hall
YO11 3UG

New to Flixton village hall. The Wolds Short Mat Bowls Club. From Thursday April 4th. Weekly at 7pm First session FREE. Please bring flat shoes without tread. Come along and have ago at this social game of skill and tactics. ( no meeting 2nd May - local elections at the village hall)
For more information contact 07791787693

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Creative Writing: Magazines, Reviews, Blogs & Beyond

Thursday 23rd May, 2019 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Tel: 0300 303 3464

Web: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2018/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3673221

Stephen Joseph Theatre
YO11 1JW
YO11 1JW

Running for 10 sessions - A friendly and accessible guide to feature writing, how to write, research, style and structure an article (creative and/or factual) - identifying a suitable publication and making first contact, we also explore the online possibilities of reviews and blogging. Suitable for all.

Thursdays 7-9pm at the Stephen Joseph Theatre (no session on the half term week)

If in receipt of benefit/low income you may be able to attend for free.

Follow link/call numbe below to enrol and reserve a place.

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Ukulele/Banjolele music night

Thursday 23rd May, 2019 7:30pm to 10:00pm

Tel: 07919364333

Email: derekrobinson695@btinternet.com

Whitby Rugby Club (White Leys Whitby)
YO21 3NU

At the Whitby Rugby club starting at 7.30pm on Thursday the 8th November and then weekly from there on. The club will be known as The Jukebox Ukes and will be open to all , there will be a choice of songs projected onto a screen on the wall so all will be able to follow. So don’t forget your Ukes.

The aim of the club is to allow people of all ages to enjoy their music in a group environment and hopefully learn from each other, so come along if you are both an experienced player, a beginner or anywhere in between.
This is a new venture so we hope it will grow so please come along on Thursday the 8th.

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Pictures of Dorian Gray

Thursday 23rd May, 2019 7:45pm to 9:15pm

Tel: 01723370541

Email: marketing@sjt.uk.com

Web: http://www.sjt.uk.com/whatson

Stephen Joseph Theatre
YO11 1JW

Handsome young Dorian Gray falls under the spell of Henry Wotton – a sophisticated, amoral aristocrat, who leads him into a life of decadence and sin. When Dorian catches sight of his new portrait, he makes a wish: if only he could stay young, while the portrait grows old…

As the portrait in the attic begins to age, how long can Dorian keep his secrets? This vivid and exciting new adaptation combines Oscar Wilde’s glittering wit with the pulse-raising pace of a thriller.

The cast switch roles at different performances, giving you a choice of four versions. How does the story feel different with a male or a female Dorian Gray? Pick the version you want, or see it twice with ‘A Second Look’!

Praise for Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray:
'A remarkable work of imagination... wonderfully entertaining.'

Choose your Picture of Dorian Gray:

A. Male Dorian with male Wotton
Thu 23 May, 7.45pm
Fri 24 May, 7.45pm
Sat 25 May, 2.45pm & 7.45pm

B. Male Dorian with female Wotton
Tue 28 May, 7.45pm

C. Female Dorian with male Wotton
Wed 29 May, 7.45pm
Thu 30 May, 1.45pm

D. Female Dorian with female Wotton
Thu 30 May, 7.45pm
Fri 31 May, 7.45pm

Come back to see a second version for just £10!

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Yorkshire Air Ambulance Fundraiser

Thursday 23rd May, 2019 8:00pm to 10:15pm

Tel: 07753502187

Email: glynnmills45@gmail.com

YO11 3NF
30 Sweetbecks Close eastfield
YO11 3NF

Roger Maugham & Glynn Mills are performing at the Casino. Big band sound (backing tracks). 8pm start. £8 per ticket. Thursday May 23rd

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