The Parishes of Luttons and Weaverthorpe, incorporating Helperthorpe



Palace Cinema Malton.  A small theatre that has very comfortable seats and all the latest films. 


The Stephen Joseph Theatre Scarborough – Known for it’s world premiers of almost all of Alan Ayckbourns 75+ plays and it’s commitment to new writing. The theatre is home to excellent drama, music, films and comedy, as well as the musical adaptations of Artistic Director Chris Monks.

The Hull Truck Theatre  Established in 1971, Hull Truck is one of only six producing theatres in the Yorkshire region, and has been providing a range of activities from its Spring Street home since 1983. Throughout its history, Hull Truck has continued to push artistic boundaries as a pioneering force of contemporary British theatre. “Hull Truck puts Hull firmly back on the map. We’re proud of it, keep on Trucking.” says Maureen Lipman.

The Theatre Royal York – As a regional theatre, the theatre tries to provide something for everyone, from local to tourist and young to old.

The Grand Opera House York The buildings that comprise the Grand Opera House York were not originally intended to be a theatre. The tall section was  York’s Corn Exchange in 1868 and it was planned to use it as a concert hall from time to time. The auditorium was a warehouse opening onto Kings Street. In 1902 after the Corn Exchange failed, it was converted into the Grand Opera House by William Peacock. The theatre opened on January 20th 1902 with Little Red Riding Hood starring Florrie Ford.