There are fairs, parades and festive events galore across our region from now until the big day. From Scarborough Sparkle at the Open Air Theatre to deer spotting at Sledmere – check out what there is to do. Scarborough Sparkle, Open AIr Theatre, Friday November 30 to Sunday December 2Festive stalls, an ice rink, festive musical performances, illuminated fairground rides. Friday November 30Open from 4pm to 9pm5.30pm: Moonlight and Song Parade from Peasholm Park to Scarborough Open Air Theatre’s wonderland experience. Scarborough Community Choir at 6.15pm and Pauline Quirke Academy Singers at 6.45pm. Saturday December 1 Open from 10am to 9pm3pm Staxton Singers will entertain the shoppers4.30pm: Twilight Productions Community Elf Choir 5pm: children and adult singers from Hatton School of Performing Arts6.30pm: Dirty Windows, a six-piece ukulele band which plays rock, pop, jazz, blues and reggae. Calling all Whitby chefs as applications open for next series of Masterchef: The Professionals Take your pick of pantos – from Robin Hood in Scarborough to Aladdin in Bradford. Find you favourite and book now Between 5.30pm and 6.30pm on the Yorkshire Coast Radio stage, there will be solo performances from singer songwriters Luke Pilmer and Maisie Atkinson.7pm: Carols by Candlelight from the Churches… Read full this story
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