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Your Autumn Calendar: The Best of September Whitby Events

With the UK officially open again and the kids back to school, your Whitby events calendar awaits you. Join us at the White Horse and Griffin for food, drink and hospitality, or stop by after checking out one of these fantastic September events.

Showcase 2021

We’ve all been dying to get back out to the theatre, but perhaps not as much as the team at Colebrook Productions. For the first time in 18 months, this performing arts school returns to the stage for two nights only from Friday 17th September. Bring your dancing shoes as the team tell stories, sing songs and tap their feet to some of your favourite musical classics.

Tickets start from £8.00. Find out more here.

The Fire at JK’s Bar

Looking for a little rock n roll? Local rock band The Fire are back at JK’s Bar on Wellington Road with their setlist of rock classics. Enjoy music from The Who, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones from 9pm onwards. If you’re travelling in, leave the car at home – it’s just a stone’s throw from Whitby station.

Find out more here.

The Whitby Book Club at the White Horse and Griffin

If you’re after a quieter night, you’ll love the chance to wine and dine with award-winning novelist Stacey Halls. The Sunday Times bestselling author will join us from 6:30pm on Thursday 23rd September, where she’ll be talking through her career and her latest book, Mrs England. Join us for a three-course meal featuring local cuisine, plus a fizz reception and the chance to meet the novelist herself.

Tickets start from £40.00. Find out more here.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway Beer Festival

Here’s another great event for those who want to experience the stronger stuff without driving. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway Beer Festival unites the great love of railways with the palate for a delicious local beer. Head over to this free event from 9:30am to see what delights are in-store, including live music and a smorgasbord of local ales.

It’s also part of the Annual Steam Gala, so if you’re a railway fanatic, join in the fun at Goathland railway station.

The beer festival is free to attend. Find out more here.

Cosy up with a night at the White Horse and Griffin

Don’t forget, once you’re done celebrating and socialising, to pop in and see us. We offer accommodation and tempting locally-sourced meals, so turn a flying visit into a relaxed stay at the White Horse and Griffin.

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