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Heyho

James - Scarborough Open Aire Theatre

Set off on Friday at 11:00am and breezed down the A64, so much so that I was having my first pint at 1pm. That Sam Smiths pub that looks over the harbour. Quickly moved on in search of the Wetherspoons but had a stop un the Turks Head. Decent pub with ermm well a sort of sea view. Then found the Wetherspoons and found a seat in the windows so that Mrs H and myself could watch he world go around. Found a use for those bloody awful things called gulls - some lad threw his guts up in the street in front of us and this gull kindly came along and pecked at it all and ate it.

Anyway after several rather cheap rounds (in fact that was the common factor in all the pubs we went in) we proceeded back to our guest house, stopping at a pub called the Scarborough. after a quickie (change that is) we made our way towards the open air theatre. Found another pub just down from the cricket ground and had a few more beers. Then it was off to the place.

Thank god for a warm and sunny evening. Made all the difference. And then there were James. Simply awesome, as always. Heard afterwards they had to scrap 5 acoustic songs they had planned to do in the audience because the Theatre jobs worth threatened to pull the plug if they did it. Can't say it made any difference, still got just under 2 hours of brilliance.

And then that was that so off we walked along teh front back in to Scarborough which was more like a ghost town. I treat Mrs H to a greasy kebab, what more does a woman want and then it was shut eye.

I'd recommend the open air theatre despite the jobs worth although I might have had a difference impression had it been raining and blowing a gale.
Late Doors

Nice one h. James are one of the best live bands going. We had a walk through the arena last week and saw they were playing. Did anyone end up in the moat ?

Many years ago when Scabby was a mega busy tourist packed place that Turks Head pub had a sign on the door. It said " this is a locals pub, visitors are not welcome. I'm not one to hold a grudge like but nearly 40 years later i still haven't been in as a protest.
Heyho

Nobody got wet. Except for a Coot that was paddling along oblivious of what was going on.

A mate of mine got made redundant last year from a printing firm on Bradford and could only get a job at another printing firm in Scarborough. He commutes from Leeds and goes in a B&B during his shifts. Thing he always tells me is how his fellow workers absolutely despise anyone, including himself, if they are from outside of Scarborough. Says its really noticeable
sheeps

Heyho wrote:
Nobody got wet. Except for a Coot that was paddling along oblivious of what was going on.

A mate of mine got made redundant last year from a printing firm on Bradford and could only get a job at another printing firm in Scarborough. He commutes from Leeds and goes in a B&B during his shifts. Thing he always tells me is how his fellow workers absolutely despise anyone, including himself, if they are from outside of Scarborough. Says its really noticeable




They call us 'Wessies' as in from West Yorkshire.

We are indeed not popular with them for some reason.

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