Princess Beatrice’s Trip to North Yorkshire city

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HRH Princess Beatrice went to visit  and promote North Yorkshire city on June 9th 2016. York Minster’s spectacular production of the Mystery Plays, York’s Chocolate Story, and York Theatre Royal. (Her patronage).

One of Princess Beatrice’s visits was at behind the scenes of York Minster’s spectacular production of the Mystery Plays.

Directed by Phillip Breen, with script by Tony nominated writer Mike Poulton, the critically acclaimed production is showing at York Minster in a strictly limited run until 30 June.

HRH Princess Beatrice, whose father, Prince Andrew, Duke of York is the production’s patron, was welcomed by Mr Barry Dodd, The Lord Lieutenant of North Yorkshire and the Very Reverend Vivienne Faull, Dean of York. You can read more about  the visit  and the renovation. click here:

There’s also a  few videos of her at the visit:—royal-visit-to-the-set-of-the-mystery-plays/


Another stop was at York’s Chocolate Story where she made chocolate bumblebees and  met with Continuum Attractions.


She was also present at the reopening of York Theatre (her patronage.) Where she met with the take over York team. TakeOver Festival 2016 is celebrating its homecoming to the newly renovated York Theatre Royal by inviting audiences of all ages to its fresh and innovative multi-arts festival. HRH met with choir members and supporters of the York Theatre Royal refurbishment. Princess Beatrice also gave a speech at the reopening of the theatre.

Heres an article about the refurbishment and the relaunching of York Theatre:


Lastly, By Royal Appointment. Princess Beatrice takes time out to speak to Loretto Junior School’s Year 7.

Photos don’t belong to me, but their respective owners.

If I had miss any place Bea has visited on that day email me and I will update the list.


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