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Fancy a night out at the Theatre whilst on your holiday? We have detailed the local theatres.
Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
The Stephen Joseph Theatre is actually two theatres - The Round (404 seats completely surrounding a central stage) and The McCarthy (165 seats in a steep bank facing an end stage). There is also an excellent restaurant, bar and wine bar, meeting room and bookshop in the complex which was converted from an art deco cinema in 1996. Sir Alan Ayckbourn is the artistic director and his own plays are premiered here. The theatre also has a national reputation for its work in presenting new works by others.
Visit www.sjt.uk.com for more information.
Spa Theatre, Scarborough
Spa Theatre, a 600-seater Victorian Theatre is home to the second-longest running Summer Season show in the country.

Visit www.scarboroughspa.co.uk for more information.

The Futurist Theatre, Scarborough
The Futurist provides varied entertainment for both local people and visitors, from children's shows, ballet, one-off concerts, and of course the traditional summer shows. When the Futurist is not presenting live entertainment it reverts to its role as a cinema, with many newly released films.

Visit www.futuristtheatre.co.uk for more information.

York Theatre Royal, York

York Theatre Royal has been producing theatre in the heart of the city for over 250 years. First founded in 1744, the then called, New Theatre, was established by Mrs Keregan, who inherited the theatre company from her husband, Thomas Keregan. The Theatre became Royal upon the grant of a Royal Patent in 1769, costing £500, a huge amount in those days.

Visit www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk for more information.

Grand Opera House, York

The Grand Opera House was refurbished in 1987 at a cost of £4,000,000 restoring it to its former glory. The decor is very similar to how it was in the beginning, a new stage was built and a new foyer excavated beneath. The entrance on Clifford Street was made into a Box Office and Cumberland Street became the main entrance. Clifford Street has since been restored as an entrance to the auditorium as well as the Box Office.

The theatre has top rate entertainment including musicals, comedians and top national entertainers.

Visit www.http://www.grandoperahouseyork.org.uk for more information.

University of York Music Department, York
The University of York is one of the liveliest centres of musical education and research in Britain. During the academic year (October - June) the Music Department is home to more than 270 music students and a large staff of professional musicians and scholars, all engaged in the study, creation and performance of all kinds and types of music.

Visit music.york.ac.uk for more information.
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