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Cinderella

Cinderella is the most well-loved fairytale of all time and will captivate and entertain families of all ages as they follow the magic, pizzazz and comedy escapades of this glittering classic story. W...

December 8th - January 1st

Magic Mike

Magic Mike returns to Bridlington for an exciting and colourful stage show.

December 3rd - April 11th

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

The Spa Bridlington is once again teaming up with Paul Holman Associates, one of the country’s leading pantomime producers, to bring an enchanting pantomime full of magic, mystery and manic moments ...

December 13th - December 31st

Tea Dance

Tea Dances are set in the spectacular Art Deco Spa Royal Hall Ballroom and is the perfect setting for an afternoon of ballroom and sequence dancing.

November 16th - May 10th

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Comments (1)
  • Z K Dabek

    Energy Tariffs:

    The calculation of electricity/gas cost is quite simple. Comparison of the multitude of tariffs is not facillitated by the necessity to “dig out” the unit costs and standing charges for each tariff making comparisons very time consuming. That each area has different unit costs and standing charges for electricity generated and distributed nationally. That fixed price contracts for energy, are for different time periods further complicates the picture. Energy cost comparison sites give results based on potential savings compared to standard variable tariffs. The situation is so confusing that the potential savings illustrated are somewhat fictitious. The best comparison method is to take annual usage (say for electric 5000 KWH and gas 15000 KWH) and compile a table using the unit costs).

    http://www.ukpower.co.uk/home_energy/tariffs-per-unit-kwh