Enjoy A Night Out
A Night Out In Scarborough
There is a wide selection of pubs and bars in Scarborough to suit most tastes but a couple to mention are the Scarborough Arms (see our Food and Drink page) and;
The Leeds Arms
This small, thriving one-roomed pub doesn’t serve food but it’s worth a visit. The Grade II listed pub with fishing and yachting pictures and memorabilia adorning the walls has an eclectic mix of locals and gives rise to lively conversation. The pub has regular quiz night and is dog but not children friendly.
26 St Mary's Street
It’s an Irish bar with a serious penchant for live music on Eastborough. It’s got bags full of character, and while your first thought might be that it’s a bit spit-and-sawdust, you’ll soon come to love the place; the guys and gals behind the bar are friendlier than a pack of puppies, the whisky selection is rather wonderful, and the music is always grand. It’s the kind of bar where you call in for a pint and end up staying all night.
South Bay Seafront
Scarborough South Bay Seafront is home to a vast expanse of arcades offering anything from traditional penny slot machines to pool and bingo. A fantastic evening that can be accompanied with a walk along the beach and drink with stunning views.
Take In A Show
It’s a wonderfully unique venue in Northstead Manor Gardens where the contours of the land have created a perfect natural amphitheatre. At its heart is a lake, in the middle is an island, on this island you’ll find the stage, and opposite is fixed seating for an audience of nearly 6,000.
Offers a unique, intimate theatre experience in renowned theatre-in-the-round, alongside the more traditional end-on McCarthy theatre and cinema. Home to first-class drama, music, films, comedy and live streaming and are known for our commitment to new writing, including Alan Ayckbourn’s 80+ world premieres.
The Spa is a grand Victorian building staging family entertainment, comedy nights, musicals and musicians overlooking the seafront. Events run throughout the year but summer sees the opening on the
Transformed by night Scarborough market hall becomes home to a wide selection of tribute bands, comedians and musicians.
Selection of amateur dramatic performances.
North Marine Road is home to the Hollywood plaza cinema. It may be a bit antiquated, and only has one screen, but it still brings in all the latest blockbusters and serves popcorn.