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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.

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