A Blue-Clad Bea Pays Visit to York
Princess Beatrice today was in York to visit a number of organisations in the city. She first stopped at York Minister where she met with the cast and crew of the production ‘Mystery Plays’.
— Princess Beatrice ♔ (@deity_royal) June 9, 2016
150 actors are involved in the production, with Beatrice – dressed in a powder blue quilted skirt and a pussy-bow blouse – meeting those playing ‘God’ and the ‘Devil’. The Duke of York is their patron.
HRH Princess Beatrice of York arrives at York Minster to meet cast from the Mystery Plays and view the East Window pic.twitter.com/Fxv1czX1qG
— Vale Radio (@YourValeRadio) June 9, 2016
It was then over to the York Theatre Royal, of which the Princess is patron, for the official opening of the theatre after a £6million redevelopment. She was also treated to a short performance of Shakespeare’s The Tempest performed by students from Acomb Primary School.
Proud to be at the official opening of the Theatre Royal with Princess Beatrice pic.twitter.com/4QOZj53kbo
— Nigel Ayre (@NigelCllr) June 9, 2016
The final stop on Bea’s York tour was to the York Chocolate Story shop, where she was shown the chocolate making facilities and tried her hand a creating bumblebees (how apt!) out of chocolate.
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— York'sChocolateStory (@yorkschocstory) June 9, 2016
Tagged Patronage, Princess Beatrice of York, The Arts.