All are very welcome to attend the annual Remembrance Day Service held at Pannett Park in the Commemorative Garden.
Calendar of Events
November 11, 2013
November 1, 2013
Check out the website for all that’s happening over this fantastic long weekend, starting Friday 1st November – just after spooky Hallowe’en night. Visit the Bizarre Bazaar in Whitby Pavilon (UK’s premier Indoor Alternative Market). Trade Stalls at Whitby Leisure Centre as well as Whitby Pavilion (free entry). Friday 1st Nov: William Control, Fearless Vampire Killers, Bad Pollyanna and Ashes to Angels. Saturday 2nd Nov: Diary of Dreams, Rabia Sorda, Methoxell and Bella Morte.
WHITBY GOTH WEEKEND 2014 DATES: 25-27 April and the weekend of 31st October 2014
The 2014 Goth Weekend will be the 20th anniversary of this amazing and popular event (and may possibly be a 3 or 4 night event). Keep checking the website for further information, please email: email@example.com or visit the website: www.whitbygothweekend.co.uk . Also, for hot-off-the-press information, check out our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/whitbygothweekend .
October 31, 2013
Enjoy spooky fun for all the family!
October 24, 2013
The Bram Stoker International Film Festival has become a firmly placed event in the Whitby cultural calendar and is reported to be one of the best genre festivals in the world. Plays, Films and Cabaret Nights, plus the Annual Vampire Ball, plus a digital media art exhibition which runs throughout the whole Festival time.
October 18, 2013
Musicport will be staged again at the Whitby Pavilion, running 5 stages and with over 40 acts performing live. There’s something for everyone and everywhere including workshops, DJ slots and a stage for audience members to try out their 15 minutes of fame! Check out the Pavilion website and the Musicport website for further details.
October 11, 2013
Held over a long weekend, this spectacular event returns again. Step back in time and relive the spirit and camaraderie of an age gone by. Enjoy watching various World War II re-enactments, street scenes, street parades, vehicles of the age and take the train and view the dancing and various displays along the Stations down the line.
October 6, 2013
September 27, 2013
For fans of the Sixties music, this is a ‘must’. Where better to be than Whitby Live Music Shows & Festival on the magnificent East Coast are?. From Friday night to Sunday night there will be a full long weekend of Sixties music featuring music from some of the biggest bands and names of the 1960s.
Another spectacular and popular event from the world famous North Yorkshire Moors Railway. An excellent way of spending an autumn weekend, and the last steam gala of the year. Check online for further information.
Join Arguments Yard at Whitby’s Met Ballroom on West Cliff for a great evening’s entertainment. Playing Rock Classics, Modern Pop and some of their own arrangements too. Supporting The Vampire Prawns and reformed 80s band.