Events and entertainment
As well as our Dancing to the Wurlitzer afternoons which take place every Wednesday and Thursday (1-4pm) and regular organists, we are also delighted to host other events throughout the year, detailed below.
Dancing to the Wurlitzer on Wednesday’s will consist of a majority of sequence and some ballroom, while Thursday will be a majority of ballroom and a little bit of sequence.
BANK HOLIDAY DANCING
Join us for an additional afternoon of dancing to the Wurlitzer on Easter Monday from 1pm.
Bank Holiday Dancing
Join us for an additional afternoon of dancing to the Wurlitzer on Bank Holiday Monday from 1pm.
STRICTLY SCARBOROUGH FAIR
Join us on Bank Holiday Monday 27th May for a spectacular show! Baby Ballroom Dancers Ollie Knowles and Emilia Swann (as seen on TV and Netflix) will be dancing, plus there is a live performance from singer Kathie Ryan. Plus your chance to dance to the Wurlitzer! Please note: this is a ticketed events and tickets cost £10 with a cream tea included. To book please call: 01723 586698
STEAM UP DAY
Join us for a Steam Up Day where you will get chance to see some of our traction engines in steam outside the Scarborough Fair Collection and Vintage Transport Museum.
Join us for the Brass Spectacular in aid of Yorkshire Air Ambulance & Martin House to celebrated the 100th birthday of the Hunmanby Silver Band. They are accompanied by Simply Brass, Driffield Silver Band and special guest soloist Roget Webster of the Grimethorpe Collieries Band.
Scarborough Electronic Organ Society Concert List
- March 24th – Martin Atterbury*
- April 28th – DirkJan Ranzijn
- May 19th – Paul Carman
- June 16th – Kevin Grunill
- July 21st – Matthew Bason
- August 18th – Brett Wales
- September 15th – Tony Stace
- October 20th – Nicholas Martin
- November 17th – Elizabeth Harrison*
- December 1st – Michael Carr*
*We will be open for the concerts only on these dates. On all other dates listed above, the museum will close at 2pm.
For further details and dates of concerts please visit their website…