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  • Whitby
  • Matthew Oxtoby
  • 13-04-2018 10:42:47

NEW - THE GIN SOCIETY FESTIVAL DEBUTS IN WHITBY   Whitby Pavilion, Whitby   Friday 10 August, 6pm – 10.30pm Saturday 11 August, 12 noon – 4.30pm & 6pm – 10.30pm   The Gin Society is coming to Whitby for the very first time with an unforgettable Gin Experience, where lovers of gin can meet friends and sip the legendary libation by the seaside. If you haven’t experienced a Gin Society festival, you’re in for a treat –...

  • Whitby
  • Matthew Oxtoby
  • 10-04-2018 10:28:47

THIS WEEK:   Monday 9 th April PETER RABBIT (PG) Tickets: Adults: £6.50 / Children: £5.50 / Friends of Whitby Pavilion: £5.50 / Family of 4: £22 Venue: Digital Cinema Starts: 11am & 7pm   FINDING YOUR FEET (12A) Tickets: Adults: £6.50 / Children: £5.50 / Friends of Whitby Pavilion: £5.50 / Family of 4: £22 Venue: Digital Cinema Starts: 2.30pm   Tuesday 10 th April PETER RABBIT (PG) Tickets:...

  • Whitby
  • Charlotte O'Sullivan
  • 05-01-2018 11:47:02

After a sell-out show earlier this year, iconic folk group Fairport Convention are returning to Whitby Pavilion by popular demand! They’ll be heading to the Pavilion Theatre on Friday 9 February 2018, as part of their winter tour. The folk-rock heroes recently celebrated 50 years of performances with the release of '50:50@50' which featured new original songs and live recordings of various fan favourites. This winter tour will see the band playing a selection of tracks from the new...

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A Bit About Whitby

With such a fascinating and diverse history it is no wonder Whitby is so well loved. The ancient port on the Yorkshire coast holds many cultural and visual gems close to its chest. The famous Whitby Abbey that Bram Stoker depicted in his novel Dracula still looms over the harbour, a noble ruin of epic size. This has inspired the world famous Goth Festival, which now takes place twice a year, in the spring and around Hallowe’en.

The Whalebone Arch and inspiring bronze statue commemorating Whitby’s most famous son and explorer, Captain Jame Cook, stands proudly facing directly across the harbour to the Abbey. James Cook took took his seamanship apprentice in Whitby and all of the ships used on his three world voyages of exploration were built on the banks of the Esk below.

With its sandy beaches, hidden rock pools, cobbled streets, famous North Yorkshire Moors Railway. iconic donkey rides and, not to mention some of the best fish and chips in the world it is the perfect location to base your family holiday.