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There are plenty of places to visit in Bridlington, local attractions such as the Spa Theatre , Sewerby Hall and Gardens and the Yorkshire Belle, areas of natural interest and beauty such a Bempton Cliffs or the Bridlington Harbour area.More Info...
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Download the latest version of the What's On guide for The Spa Bridlington. From musicals, Avenue Q, Dreamboats and Miniskirts and Joseph to this year's pantomime Sleeping Beauty and 80's Mania on New Years Eve.
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There's a chance to start the Christmas holidays in style at Sewerby Hall and Gardens this weekend. On Saturday and Sunday 20 and 21 December, visitors will be able to come and experience history in the Victorian kitchen, where staff will be lighting the range and doing some festive baking, chestnut roasting and making a traditional mulled apple drink. Visitors will also be able to join the servants and make some Victorian- style decoupage Christmas Cards and Christmas tree decorations. These free drop in sessions do not need to be booked and will take place in the servants' hall.
On Sunday 21 December, Adam Strickson from the Bridlington People's History Project will be in the house and is hoping to hear visitor's memories of Bridlington and Sewerby past, as well as seeing any old family snapshots, as part of the developing 'My Sewerby' exhibition.
Sunday will also see The Nocturnal Flowers perform alongside some of their friends (including Helen and Nick Stubbs, Dennis Caruana, Shirley Higton, Graham Beck, Simon Young and Richard Sylvester) in a Festive Special in the Orangery at 1pm.
A free family Christmas trail also runs in the house. More info at Bridlington News
Fairy Carabosse has not been invited to the Christening of Princess Aurora so she casts a spell that will see the girl prick her finger and die by her 18th birthday.
Starring TV Legend Rustie Lee: The Lilac Fairy
From A Touch of Frost John Lyons: King Crumble
CBBC's Simon Grant: Muddles
Louise Travis: Fairy Carabosse
Steve Shappelle: Nurse Katy Cough-Drop
Jonathan Eio: Prince Valiant
Lori-Suzanne Kellett: Princess Aurora
The Collette Tyler School of Dance
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