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We love live music, and there’s plenty going on across the Yorkshire Coast! Here we’ll bring you reviews from the latest gigs and concerts in Whitby, Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington.

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The Scarborough Spa Orchestra perform nine varied concerts per week for fourteen weeks through the summer, and the weekly Teddy Bears’ Picnics take place at a new time for this year, Tuesday afternoons at 1.30pm. Also new for this year, if you forget your own teddy or fancy a charming souvenir, you...

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Geared more towards the potential for the open frontage and balmy alfresco dining of the summer months, the airy high white ceilings of Farrer’s Bar at the Scarborough Spa are not an easy space to fill on a chilly February evening, but local singer songwriter Lottie Holmes, makes it look effortless...

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This year's Scarborough Jazz Festival partly felt like a trip around the world with musical influences including Ghana, South Africa and Cuba.

The variety of groups and styles laid to rest the idea that jazz is an easily definable genre but throughout the weekend the music stayed true to Festival...

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Though the quieter of the two Seafest evenings, the Friday night offered a variety of decent bands to enjoy (though sadly I only arrived to see the second two - The Fuzz Junkies, and The Sub Gents).

I've seen these bands before, them being local fixtures of sorts, but they both performed with...

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The Last Shadow Puppets are best described as an English 'supergroup' The Last Shadow Puppets are Alex Turner (Arctic Monkeys), Miles Kane (The Rascals & solo artist), James Ford (Simian, Simian Mobile Disco, producer), and Zach Dawes (Mini Mansions, session musician).

The band released their...

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This year, photographer James Drawneek took to the annual Staxtonbury music festival. With camera in hand, he headed to the 3-day event to give you an 'In Pictures' look...

Between the baking heat and torrential rain, this year’s Staxtonbury was a laid-back affair with plenty going for it. A...

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