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PostPosted: Fri Jul 16, 2010 5:23 pm 
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After being left to rac n ruin for years, Scarboroughs open air theatre has reopened.Looking at the website pictures it doesn't look as quaint as before and looks a bit functional, but still worth having a look at if they get some decent events on.

http://www.scarboroughopenairtheatre.com/history/

Heres how it use to look.... The stage is on an island in the middle of a lake... looks magical


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Doves, 7th August.....looks like a tasty gig.....if you're a Doves fan!

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I know its stating the bleeding obvious but it all depends on the weather, Scarboroughs not known for its balmy hot weather. Looked on the events calender and its a pretty mixed bag, the Doves being the only thing that stands out to me.

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Thanks for this cpaws. I love Scarborough. Me and my other half went there for a dirty weekend when we were first 'courting'. It was winter and the sea was boiling. We went dancing at the Spa and ate chips and gravy for three days. Lovely place. x


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helenwatson wrote:
Thanks for this cpaws. I love Scarborough. Me and my other half went there for a dirty weekend when we were first 'courting'. It was winter and the sea was boiling. We went dancing at the Spa and ate chips and gravy for three days. Lovely place. x


I've been to Scarborough Council a few times for work and always think I'd like to spend a weekend there. It looks like a 'proper' seaside town. Will keep an eye on the open air theatre and maybe even get there

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