The Snowman cometh
Your guide to events you must not miss this week
Scarborough Community Choir is performing as part of the lantern display at the Moonlight Concert in Peasholm Park on Sunday December 3 at 6pm. Walking In The Air from The Snowman is in the repertoire.
1Peasholm Moonlight and Song Park, Scarborough, Friday December 1 from 5.30pm Scarborough-based Animated Objects Theatre Company presents a community lantern parade. Moonlight and Song features different community groups and schools .
The event will take place from 5.30pm on Friday December 1 in Peasholm Park, and is being staged with the support of Scarborough Borough Council, North Yorkshire County Council, Asquith and Co Accountants and the Friends of Peasholm Park. Wander around the park to listen to the various choirs and look at the lanterns. Free 2 Lion, 12A, 118mins
St Mary’s Parish House Castle Road, Scarborough, Monday December 4 at 7.30pm The incredibly true story of five-year old Saroo, lost on a train taking him thousands of miles across India ... then learning to survive before being adopted. Twenty five years later he seeks his origins. Nicole Kidman stars. This is a Scarborough Film Society screening. All welcome. Pay on door 3Beaumont Coffee dance with Howard Scarborough Spa, Friday December 1 from 10.30am to 12.30pm Dance the morning away in the Ocean Room as resident organist Howard Beaumont hosts one of his coffee dances. Tickets £3.50: 01723 821 888 4Scarborough Magic Mike Spa, Sunday December 3 at 2.30pm Magic Mike returns for his annual Christmas Special with a brand new show full of festive magic to entertain the whole family.
Joined by his cast of friends including naughty chuck, who always has something to say, a brilliant evening of family entertainment with this exciting and colourful stage show is guaranteed. Tickets: 01723 821 888
5The Scarborough Jazz Club Cask, Ramshill, Wednesday December 6. Doors open at 8pm The welcomes guitar duo: Peter Oxley and Nicolas Meier, otherwise known as the Oxley Meier Guitar Project.
Each brings a musical pedigree as long as your arm – Pete began his musical career in Paris in the mid-80s and has released
14 critically acclaimed CDs, and Nick, with his unique blend of Metheny-esque jazz and Turkish inspired world music, has recently toured the world with Jeff Beck’s band.
Since forming the duo has been getting four-star reviews.
For their live gigs they aim to entertain by playing with a spontaneity and intuitive interplay that keeps them fresh and fired up, coming to the performance with what they hope is the audience’s anticipation: to expect the unexpected. Music begins at 8.45pm.
Guests welcome. Tickets on door 6Hollywood Cinema times Plaza, Scarborough, Friday December from 1 to Thursday December 7 Daddy’s Home 2 (12A): daily at 4pm. Paddington 2 (PG): daily at 6pm. Saturday and Sunday and Wednesday at 1.30pm. A Bad Mom’s Christmas (15): daily at 8.15pm. Olaf ’s Frozen Adventure and Frozen – Encore Presentation(U). (Double Feature – all Seats £3): Saturday and Sun day at
Writer Nick Lane and director Paul Robinson present A (Scarborough) Christmas Carol
Peter Oxley and Nicolas Meier will be at The Cask on Wednesday
Christmas Cracker is on at the YMCA Theatre