The show is the work of Gary and Jed, who are very well known in the Hull comedy circuit, especially for their involvement with Hull’s 2017 City Of Culture events and Comedy Festivals.
Next Wednesday it’s back!! The popular continental Street market hits Scunthorpe town centre from 14th-17th March.
OUR EVENT- FAMILY COMEDY SHOW
22ND APRIL AT THE WORTLEY HOUSE HOTEL, SCUNTHORPE
Scunthorpe Nights present Jeddybear & Gary’s Picnic
(£5 per ticket) See more info here.
Wacky Warehouse Family Disco
Dudley Discovers, Fun Weekend Activities
Bowling Wicked Wednesday
(£2.20 per game)
18:00 – 23:00
Weekly on Wednesday
MFA Bowl, Warren Rd, Scunthorpe
All Star Super Slam Wrestling
Mon, 12 February, 19:30
Knights and Dragons
Tuesday, 13 February
10:30 – 15:30
February half term Knights and Dragons Monday 12 February to Friday 16 February, 10.30am-3.30pm This February half term we have free Knights and Dragons activities and crafts to keep everyone entertained. Learn how to make your very own unique paper Knights helmet to prepare you for battle. Make a fire breathing Dragon later in the week, so you can fend off any Knights you may meet around the Museum galleries. We encourage all our little Museum visits to dress up as a Knight or Dragon and take part in our Dudley children’s trail around the Museum. Find exciting fun facts about Knights and Dragons, and look out for our Sea dragon in our new Geology gallery. Best dressed of the week will win a £5 gift voucher to spend in the shop. For our little under 5’s we will have a small Dragons trail, and Dudley’s Den will be open, with some themed activities including the play Castle and little Knights activity. Courtyard Tearoom will be open daily offering a full menu, including our popular children’s lunch boxes. Please take a look below to see which craft activity will be running on each day. Make a Knights helmet on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Make a fire breathing Dragon on Thursday and Friday.
Dear Zoo visits The Plowright Theatre
Saturday, 24 and Sunday, 25 February.
Dear Zoo, the timeless children’s classic book, makes its stage premiere at The Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe on
Tickets are on sale now!
Rod Campbell’s best-selling lift the flap book has delighted generations of young readers since it was first published in 1982. And has since sold more than 8 million copies worldwide.
This production will delight all those who have read the book (both young and old) as it unfolds with child-engaging puppets, music and lots of audience interaction.
Dear Zoo, by author and illustrator Rod Campbell has delighted generations of young readers since it was first published in 1982, and has sold more than 8 million copies worldwide. Rod Campbell’s well known children’s books with their simple, distinctive drawings and often repetitive text engage young children in learning to read and gaining confidence in their reading ability.
The play is for children aged two years and upwards.
Tickets are priced £14 each. Buy 10 tickets, get one free. Family ticket (either two adults and two children or one adult and three children) is £50. Booking fee applies.
Alternatively call The Box Office on 0844 8542776. Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge.
- MFA Bowl Scunthorpe. Scunthorpe. Ten Pin Bowling Alleys. …
- North Lincolnshire Museum. Scunthorpe. Museums and Art Galleries. …
- The Pods. Scunthorpe. …
- Cheeky Chimps Playzone. Scunthorpe. …
- Dandi Lion Playzone. Scunthorpe. …
- Pink Pig Farm. Scunthorpe. …
- Arial Trail. Scunthorpe. …
- Normanby Hall Country Park. Scunthorpe.
For more ideas visit this great Day out with the kids website
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW..
This show is a new family comedy show. It’s popularity comes from the Hull City Of Culture comedy festival.
Produced by two of Hull’s favourite comedians Gary and Jed.
The guys have SOLD OUT shows across Hull for the upcoming ‘Back To Ours Festival’ this February but we are bringing them to Scunthorpe.
There will be one show on Sunday 22nd April at 2pm at The Wortley House Hotel on Rowland Road.
Tickets are £5 each and available at The Wortley reception. (Cash sales only) if you can’t get to the Wortley for tickets then drop us a message at Scunthorpe Nights.
The show is suitable for anyone 2+
So are you sitting comfortably?
Hull’s comedy duo Jed and Gary are going to tell you a story, well that is until a very naughty bear storms the stage!
Feel free to bring your own teddy bear along to the show. And don’t be shy as there might be some audience participation.
LINCOLN UK BASED SMITHS TRIBUTE BAND.
So I’ve been searching about to bring you some local alternatives to a festival experience and it just so happens there are a few festivals not so far away. These festivals are all set in or close to Lincolnshire.
Other types of festivals:
Asylum Steampunk Festival- Lincoln
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HUMBER STREET SESH RETURNS FOR 2018…
Scunthorpe Little Theatre Club present their family pantomime Sleeping Beauty at The Plowright Theatre from 9-13 January and tickets are on sale now! Continue reading Scunthope Little Theatre Club // Sleeping Beauty