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Scarborough Streets

ABOUT SCARBOROUGH STREETS

Join us for a three-day festival of outdoor events, murals, street art and performances, backed up with workshops leading up to the festival. This brand new and inclusive community event taking place in Scarborough Town Centre over the Early May Bank Holiday weekend (Saturday 4 – Monday 6 May) will include a variety of free and affordable performances and activities.

We want to inspire, celebrate and showcase local creativity, but it will also feature national and international artists, too. There will be something for everyone.

Phileas Fogg
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An image of a man with a giant balloon on the beach

STREET PERFORMANCES

Throughout the weekend we have a variety of street performances for everyone to enjoy. From circus acts and puppetry to dance and theatre, the streets of Scarborough will be jam-packed with entertainment.

With so much to see and do, we have made things a little easier for you by providing a full schedule, so you know where to be and when!

PUPPETRY

FREE WORKSHOPS

Why not learn a new skill and visit one (or more) of the free workshops we have on offer. Get creative with arts and crafts, see things through a camera’s eye or stretch it out with some yoga. With so much to choose from there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Please note advanced booking is required for some workshops.

*Previously advertised puppetry and documentary workshops have unfortunately been cancelled

An image of artists sat on the cliff tops painting an image of Scarborough Castle.
ARTS & CRAFTS WORKSHOPS

Drop-in, Holland & Barrett

DRAMA & YOGA WORKSHOPS

Drop-in, The Crescent Gardens

HAVE A GO CIRCUS SKILLS

Drop-in, outside Natwest on Westborough

PHOTOGRAPHY WALK

Bookable online, starting at The Grind Coffee Shop

ART WORKSHOPS

Bookable online, North Yorks Art School

Stylised Scarborough Mural

OUTDOOR MURALS

Be inspired and appreciate the beauty of the outdoor murals that will be showcased around the town by various talented local artists.

Dive into the stories behind these artworks, highlighting the artists’ inspirations, techniques, and the impact they have on the local communities.

STYLISED SCARBOROUGH MAP

by Charlotte M Hill
Opposite the Railway Station, West Square

WE SEE WITH OUR HEARTS

By Turn up the Colour
Yorkshire Coast Sight Support, Dean Road

CELEBRATING DIVERSITY

By The Curious Theme Factory and Closer Communities
Falsgrave Community Resource Centre

LIMONADE MURAL PROJECT

by Maya’s Club
Big Maya’s Jerk Chicken, Hoxton Road

FREE AUDIO TRAILS

Follow one of two free audio trails that will take you on an interactive journey around the town. Learn about the Yorkshire coast’s fishing community heritage or follow in the footsteps of English war poet Wilfred Owen during World War I.

An image of Scarborough Lighthouse
WHAT THE SEA SAW

Start at Butter Cross, West Sandgate, YO11 1QL

WILFRED OWEN WALK

Start at The Crescent, YO11 2PW

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