|Type Outdoor theatre|
Years active 1932–1986; 2010–
|Current use Multi-use|
Phone +44 1723 818111
|Address Burniston Rd, Scarborough YO12 6PF, UK|
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Scarborough Open Air Theatre (commonly abbreviated the SOAT or OAT) is an outdoor theatre in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England. It was built in Northstead Manor Gardens in 1932, and originally closed in 1986.
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- Royal re opening
- 2010 season
- 2011 season
- 2012 season
- 2013 season
- 2014 season
- 2015 season
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In 2008, planning permission was received for a major renovation. The £3.5 million scheme to transform the Open Air Theatre was completed in May 2010.
The venue stages a mixed entertainment programme including music concerts, opera productions and community events.
During the World Cup 2010, all England football matches were shown live on a large TV screen for free.
The capacity of the theatre is 6,500.
The theatre was officially opened by The Queen of the United Kingdom accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh on 20 May 2010.