10 of the best Your guide to events you must not miss this week
1O’Clock Malton Food Tour – Gin Malton Market Place, Friday November 9
Gin O’Clock is aimed at those with a sweet tooth and those who love their gin. As well as experiencing the town’s passion for artisan food and drink, you can sample no less than six different gins. You will also tour Malton’s brand new Gin Distillery. With your friendly guide, you will visit a varying selection of Made in Malton producers and specialist shops, sampling a range of seasonal delights that including: McMillans of Malton - Gin Emporium
Malton Cookery School Fat Chef Pizzeria Cocktails at Cafe 46
3 Gin Tasting at Maison du Vin
Liquor and Seasonal treat at the Talbot Malton Macaroons with Florian Distillery Tour at Rare Bird Meet at Talbot Hotel, 3pm.
An Audience with John 2McGuinness Scarborough Spa, Friday November 9
Hear from sports legend John McGuinness talking about his fascinating tales, as he exclusively opens up about his momentous achievements at the top level of motorbike racing. Joining him will be expert on motorbike racing James Whitham who will conduct the interview with John and the audience Q and A. James will cover everything in the interview in a way that brings out the best in John. An added bonus is John will be bringing along a couple of his famous bikes for his fans to see too. Currently competing for the Honda Europe racing team, McGuinness is a man who has victory running through his veins. 7pm start. www.ScarboroughSpa.co.uk
3Scales Jinkx Monsoon & Major - The Ginger Snapped Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, Saturday November 10
Following last year’s total sell-out tour Ru Paul’s Drag Race favourite Jinkx Monsoon and lyrical genius Major Scales return to showcase new music from their upcoming album. Music and mental health collide in this witty, biting look at the dark side of Drag fame. Jinkx Monsoon is the alter ego of Jerick Hoffer, who graduated with a degree in theatrical performance from Cornish College in Seattle. With 12 years’ experience on stage, Hoffer is a seasoned Portlandborn entertainer who has captured the attention of his native region. Recommended for ages 16-plus. www.sjt.uk.com 4Theatre Frankenstein Walking and evening meal Nunnington Hall, Saturday November 10 Rediscover this iconic story through the voices of Mary Shelley’s haunting characters as you journey through the hall. With a soundscape created by award-winning musician, Taz Modi, venture from room to room and from memory to memory following the ghost of Victor Frankenstein. Tour will take place across two floors. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ events/bfb97477-f4fc-4acca9ae-1d8c225bb9c0/ pages/details
5 Scarborough Autograss Club charity bonfire night Bartingdale Road, Hunmanby, Saturday November 10
Enjoy a fun-filled evening by the bonfire with everyone listening to music and watching the fire works display in a great atmosphere. Special competition for all the family to take part in. Design and build your own Guy Fawkes to bring on the night. Best
Guy Fawkes design will win a trophy for the kids and a bottle of bubbly for the adults. Raise awareness and some money together for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance – the life-savers will be there with the heli-van and their stall. All welcome Gates open at 5pm, bonfire lit around 6pm, display at 7pm.
Chamber Music Concert 6Moors National Park Centre, Danby
Musical Director Jamie Walton presents an enchanting evening of music at the Inspired by... gallery – part of the North York Moors Chamber Music Festival. Enjoy an energetic and passionate classical programme with international musicians from Oculi Ensemble. The full programme will be: Haydn String quartet in F major op 77 no 2; Frank Bridge Three Idylls Strauss String quartet A major op 2. Tickets: £15 (includes parking). Advance booking for ticketed events is essential. www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/ visiting/see-and-do/inspired-bygallery/inspired-music
A Star Is Born (15) 7Whitby
Pavilion, November 9 and 10, 2.30pm; November 11 & 13, 7pm.
Seasoned musician Jackson Maine discovers – and falls in love with – struggling artist Ally. She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer until Jackson coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Ally’s career takes off, the personal side of their relationship is breaking down, as Jackson fights an ongoing battle with his own internal demons. Running time 134 mins.
Christmas Opening at 8Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens
Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens, Wednesday November 14 Burton Agnes Hall will be decorated for Christmas from November 14 to December 23. Join Father Christmas and Jingles the Magic Elf for a magical performance this Christmas. Father Christmas, Mrs Claus and Jingles the Magic Elf will be thrilling children, and adults alike, with magical performances of magic, song and storytelling. The Audiences with Father Christmas will take place on Saturdays 8, 15, 22 and 23 December. Performances at 10.30am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm each day. Booking is essential. www.burtonagnes.com
Winter Owl Evenings 9National
Centre for Birds of Prey, Duncombe Park, Saturday November 10
Wrap up warm and join us for a magical “mustdo” evening event with the world’s most famous nocturnal birds! Start the evening with a mulled wine or hot, spiced apple juice. Next is a flying demonstration of the tiny owls by candlelight in Christmas Tree Cottage. Time for a warm up – so head into the Owl House Cafe for a 2-course meal with coffee. Finally, see the large owls flying free in the darkness of our woodland flying ground, lit only by torchlight. The Owl Evenings run every Saturday evening from October until Christmas. Starts at 7pm prompt.
0 Pickering Market 1Monday November 12, 9.30am.
The Market is held every Monday in the Market Place and is popular with both locals and tourists. Parking is available at the Ropery (short stay), Vivis Lane (long stay) and Eastgate (long stay). www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/ visiting/see-and-do/markettowns-and-villages/marketdays
See Jinkx Monsoon at the Stephen Joseph Theatre.
Burton Agnes Hall is now getting ready for Christmas.
Malton Food Tour is back – with an event aimed at gin fans!
Spend an evening with the owls at Duncombe Park.
Motorbiking ace John McGuinness.
The acclaimed A Star is Born is on at Whitby Pavilion cinema.
Cellist Jamie Walton presents an enchanting evening of music in Danby.