Spa Bridlington

Spa Bridlington
South Marine Drive, Bridlington, Yorkshire, YO15 3JH
  • Telephone 01262 678258
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  • Website www.thespabridlington.com

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Spa Bridlington

A much loved local landmark that was rebuilt in 1907, following a fire that destroyed the original building and redeveloped in 1927 with the opening of the Royal Hall. Fully refurbished in in 2007 and now a popular venue for theatre, dance, music and comedy.

The seafront venue offers spectacular views for private functions, conferences and weddings.

Close to Bridlington rail station.

Event times

There are 8 events at this location

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Fri 26 Aug

£19.50 (Children £14.50) / 01262 678258

Big Girls Don't Cry

Oh what a night you'll have at this tribute to Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons, with all the hits from 'Sherry' to 'Grease is the Word'.

Sun 7 Aug

£21 (Children £10) / 01262 678258

Counterfeit Sixties Show

A nostalgic night of 60s music, interspersed with video clips from the era. The band performs songs by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Monkees and many more.

Sun 24 Jul

£16.50–£18.50 / 01262 678258

HMS Pinafore

Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera.

Thu 26 May

£7–£19 / 01262 678258

Fri 27 May

£7–£19 / 01262 678258

Sat 28 May

£7–£19 / 01262 678258

Jimmy Carr: The Best of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour

Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners from familiar telly face Carr.

The Last Shadow Puppets

String-soaked side project of Arctic Monkey Alex Turner and chief Miles Kane, whose debut album, The Age of the Understatement was awash with John Barryesque retro cool.

Tue 12 Jul

Petula Clark

The British singer who conquered America at the same time as The Beatles sings a selection of her best known hits, including 'This Is My Song', 'I Know A Place' and 'I Couldn't Live Without Your Love'.

Thu 20 Oct

£19.50 / 01262 678258

Sarah Millican: Outsider

You'll know her face from talking about cake and cats on the telly, so here's another chance to see the Millican phenomenon in full flight live on stage. It was Sarah Millican's Not Nice that brought the Geordie lass to the public's attention, after her show won if.comedy's Best Newcomer at the 2008 Edinburgh Festival.

Fri 5 Aug

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