The Regatta rowing races being called off due to choppy conditions wasn't enough to spoil the first fun-filled day, as the age-old tradition got underway. After a test run, officials concluded that conditions were simply too rough to allow the races to take place, but the day was still packed with enjoyment and laughter. It kicked off in traditional fashion with the bonny baby and glamorous granny competitions, held at the Royal Hotel.
The age-old event takes months of planning and preparation to deliver, and is now in its 177th year. The weekend of fun sees a whole host of entertainment, including rowing and raft races. The weekend gets underway tonight at Whitby Pavilion at 7.30pm with the Regatta Revue – a spectacular theatrical extravaganza. It features: Whitby Amateur Dramatic Society, Starstruck Performing Arts, Whitby Area Musical Theatre Company. Colebrooke Media.
Roll up, roll up for award-winning circus performances this weekend by acclaimed acrobatic theatre company Nicole & Martin at Whitby Abbey. Each show is inspired by the Brothers Grimm’s fairytales, all captured through acrobatics, music and dance. The performances showcase awe-inspiring acrobatic acts. Each show is inspired by the Brothers Grimm’s fairy tales, all thrillingly captured through acrobatics, music and dance.
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