What’s On in the Local Area this November
Holderness Boutique Holiday Park, East Yorkshire
November has some great events in our area. The season brings spectacular Autumn colours in the outdoors. Of course, 5th November has fireworks and bonfires to enjoy. We’ve found events in our usual venues as well as some new places to explore. Some events need booking and will sell out so act now to get tickets. . Have fun!
We’ve given a web link in most cases. Please check before you go. As with all exploring, some of our ‘What’s on’ suggestions will be brilliant, some will give you completely new experiences, and others may be a disappointment. I’m putting this list together based on what I think looks interesting.
Hornsea Carnival Fireworks
This year’s bonfire and fireworks display will be on Saturday 2nd November at Hornsea Freeport. Food and traders will be open from 6pm and the bonfire will be lit at approximately 7pm. The fireworks will start at about 7.15pm. Times are approximate and are dependent on the weather. Any changes will be announced on social media.
Admission is free, but there will be a bucket collection to help the Carnival Committee pay for the fireworks display and to hopefully raise money towards next year’s carnival. A £1 donation per person would be gratefully received.
Saturday 2nd November
Yorkshire Fairs Antique And Collectors Fair, Hornsea
Find the Fair on the Esplinade Hornsea. The Antiques fair has been established for 17 years. There will be approximately 30 stalls. stalls include militaria, weapons, ceramics, jewellery, vintage toys, postcards, ephemera, vintage clothing, and linens.
Restaurant and bar open.
Admission 50p per person.
Trade and public buyers from 8am – 3pm.
Sunday 3rd November, 2019
Floral Hall, Hornsea, Book Club
The Book Club is open to everyone. The Club meets monthly in the cafe at 1pm on the first Monday of the month. The members suggest and choose the books they read which means you will get to experience authors you may not previously consider. After the discussion of a book some members donate their copy of the book to the Floral Hall charity bookshelf to supplement the funds.
There is no charge but people buy a drink and lunch to support Floral Hall.
Bridlington Spa Queen Tribute
Mercury The Ultimate Queen Tribute
Mercury, now celebrating their 20th anniversary, has established itself as one of the world’s most authentic tribute bands to Freddie Mercury and Queen. This award winning Band, with its dynamic stage show has been wowing audiences from the UK to Europe to Dubai.
A choreographed stage show, with spectacular and authentic costumes, high class production including dramatic and striking lighting effects. The show includes stardom, showmanship and an energetic performance from Joseph Lee Jackson as ‘Freddie’, together with excellent musicianship, including beautifully crafted harmonies, and intricate guitar work from Glenn Scrimshaw as ‘Brian May’.
Burton Constable Victorian Christmas Fair
Cranking up to Christmas. Get off to a flying start with your Christmas present buying at Burton Constable. Come along and soak up the wonderful festive atmosphere at our Victorian Christmas Fair.
Sat 23rd November 2019 to Sun 24th November 2019
Floral Hall, Hornsea, Buzz Comedy Club
The Laughing Gull Comedy Club runs on the last Friday in each month in the main hall at Floral Hall, and average attendance is 100 per show.
There is no need to buy advance tickets because it is always just pay cash on the door, and the £10 price includes choice of hot pie, plus mushy peas.
The doors open at 7.15pm and the show starts at 8pm promptly, with a break for food at 8.30pm.
Each show features three top quality comedy acts plus resident compere, and the standard is very high. Great care goes into programming, so expect differing styles of humour, but always expect big laughs.
Fri 29 Nov….Steve Gribbin + Carl Jones + Clayton Jones + Liam Miller
For more information and a line-up of comedians please go to the Buzz Comedy Website
Floral Hall, Hornsea, Buzz Comedy Club
Evron Centre, Filey, The Salts
Recommended on Radio 2 Jonny Walker Show. The Salts are made up of seasoned musicians who play a mesmerising mix of full speed, foot-stomping traditional and original shanties. Doing for shanties what the Pogues did for folk, they create one of the most exciting and energetic folk concepts of recent times. Fronted by twice BBC Young Folk Finalist Lee Collinson, they fire a mighty yet respectful broadside at the traditional, with banjo, mandolin, guitars, double bass and percussion to the fore. The Salts album “She Rises” is available from Amazon and i-Tunes.
30th November 2019