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The Lasers are back!

Light Night is back, and this year, it’s returning with more dates, lasers and locations!

The 3-hour laser light show will take place between Monday 26th, February and Sunday 3rd, March, and it will be free to view from multiple locations throughout the Yorkshire Coast.

You can download the Light Night Radio App so you can listen to the newly produced soundtrack while watching the lasers, which adds a whole new dimension to the show!

The lasers will be hosted at:

  • Whitby Abbey, Whitby: The gothic abbey that once inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula is the perfect location for the lasers, with great viewing points from West Cliff.

  • Raven Hall Hotel, Ravenscar: Located in one of the most scenic areas of the Dinosaur coastline, this stately hotel and grounds provide the perfect backdrop for the lasers, with the added benefit that residents of Robin Hood’s Bay will have a perfect view of them from multiple locations in the village.

  • South Bay, Scarborough: In the heart of the harbour, the lasers will be beamed from Sea Grown and The Esplanade Hotel overlooking Valley Bridge, championing the heritage, industry and eco credentials of the town. 

  • The Chalk Tower, Flamborough: Standing proudly in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it is described as England’s oldest surviving lighthouse. This iconic building, set amongst the golf club grounds, is perfect for gathering by to see the sights.

  • The Lodge, Bridlington: No seafront is complete without the bright lights of the amusements, and this new location will see the lasers mounted to the roof, providing a sensational vantage point of the show over towards Sewerby.  This will be combined with a one-of-a-kind event on Saturday (more details below).

  • The Promenade, Withernsea: The show will be visible from the promenade, located not far from the fishing compound, to highlight the fishing industry on the Yorkshire Coast and what it contributes to the community.

By Team LYC

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