Whether you’re coming to see new theatre or catch the latest blockbuster film, we want you to enjoy every moment at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough.
We hope you will find the following information useful when it comes to planning your visit so that you can have the best experience possible even before you receive our warm, friendly SJT welcome.
You can find directions to reach our venue, look for places to stay and discover extra things to see and do when you’re here.
Evening parking: Railway Station car park approx. 30 metres
Daytime parking: Blue badge holders can park on Hanover Road which runs behind the theatre 20 metres (approx.)
Both Hanover Road and the Railway Station are very accessible places for being dropped off and being picked up. Staff can wait with you, or meet you there on request.
Other than Hanover Road, the nearest disabled parking bay is on Albemarle Crescent (approx. 100 metres into the town centre).
Bus stops are located directly opposite the theatre. Arriva Buses (Whitby route): 0870 6082608
East Yorkshire Buses (Filey route): 01482 22 22 22
National Express buses: 08717 818178
Scarborough Park and Ride
Available seven days a week at two sites - Seamer Road (service 64) and Filey Road (service 165). Both sites have free parking spaces and are served by wheelchair accessible buses operating at least every 15 minutes. The nearest stop to the SJT is York Place (approx. 100 metres into the town centre). The last buses from York Place currently leave at 6.44pm (64) and 6.49pm (165). The car park at each site closes 15 minutes after the last bus arrives. Running times are later during peak and summer periods.
There is a taxi rank directly opposite the theatre.
Wheelchair-friendly taxis: 01723 366366
Scarborough Dial-A-Ride: 01723 354434 (Evening service - Tuesdays and Thursdays).
The last train from Scarborough leaves at 10.05pm (Monday to Saturday).
From London and the South: M1 then A64
From Edinburgh and the North: A1 then A171
From Liverpool and the West: M62 then A64