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More details - Leeds Vintage Furniture & Home Fair
With 25 stalls of original vintage devoted to the home, all set within a disused mill space. Now held in The Old Woollen room, at the historic Sunny Bank Mills in Farsley, Leeds. You’ll find true vintage finds, from mid-century to industrial, rustic to reclaimed, brocante finds to Art Deco.
Sunny Bank Mills, Farsley, Leeds
Sat 9 Feb 19 and Sun 10 Feb

More details - Saltaire Vintage Home & Fashion Fair
25 - 30 stalls of genuine vintage loveliness for you and your home including vintage fashion, such as 1940’s tea dresses, 1950’s frocks, jewellery, accessories, furniture, homewares, vintage vinyl, toys, books, kitchenalia and collectables, all from the 1920’s to the 1980’s....
Victoria Hall, Victoria Road, Saltaire
Sat 26 Jan 19

More details - Mum2mum Market Baby & Childrens Nearly New Sale - Halifax/Brighouse
SUN 3rd FEB 2019 - Lightcliffe Academy Sports Centre - Doors Open 13:15 – 15:15 35+ stalls selling excellent condition baby and children’s goods at bargain prices. Well-known brands at a fraction of high street prices. Everything imaginable for your little ones.
Lightcliffe Academy Sports Centre, Stoney Lane, Lightcliffe, Halifax
Sun 3 Feb 19

More details - Circus of Horrors 2019
Circus of Horrors is touring throughout the world with its latest & greatest show, featuring unbelievable sword swallowers, hairculian women swinging around the auditorium from her hair, demon dwarfs, strong man, whirlwind acrobats, flaming limbo, sensational sinister aerialists, knife throwing, cross & long bow
Victoria theatre 2 Fountain st Halifax
Tue 5 Feb 19

More details - The Gibbet Heritage Board Official Unveiling
The Halifax Gibbet is quite unique in England. There is no other known execution instrument like it and it still stands today on its namesake road Gibbet Street. From the 13th Century this deadly instrument was used to execute any thieves who stole goods over the value of 13 ½ D. ( In modern day approx.
Halifax Gibbet, Bedford Street, Halifax
Sat 2 Feb 19

More details - Royal Republic
Royal Republic Plus Special Guest. Artists performing: Royal Republic.: Tickets avaiable.
Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Tue 22 Jan 19

More details - Life X 3
Funny. witty and poignant, Life x 3 by Yasmina Reza, this amaetur production is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd
Artspace, Dewsbury Arts Group, Lower Peel St., Dewsbury.
Sat 19 Jan, Mon 21 Jan to Sat 26 Jan

More details - Psychic Switch - Leeds City
Experience 4 different Psychics, Mediums in 1 amazing psychic night. Book a ticket for yourself or come with friends, family etc for a great social psychic evening. Everyone is guaranteed a message. Bar open, over 18’s only.
Novotel Hotel, Leeds
Sun 3 Feb 19

More details - Still Life: Things Devouring Time
An exhibition exploring consumer culture, sustainability and still life This exhibition explores the notion of consumerism through the lens of historical and contemporary still life artworks.
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds
Today to Sat 19 Jan

More details - Goodbye to all what? Curating the Legacies of the First World War
100 years after the Armistice, the co-curators of the exhibition Goodbye to all that? Legacies of the First World War reflect on the social, cultural and personal impact of the Great War. The speakers will discuss how and why they chose to represent the varied legacies of this conflict.
Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery, Parkinson Building, University of Leeds
Today

More details - Still Life: Things Devouring Time - Symposium
A symposium accompanying the exhibition ‘Still Life: Things Devouring Time’. The artworks in Still Life: Things Devouring Time draw attention to urgent contemporary concerns, relating to consumption and sustainability. By raising awareness and provoking thought they seek to critically intervene in these issues.
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds
Thu 24 Jan 19

More details - Little Box Art Sessions
Art sessions run to create imagination in children under five years old. Set at different times during term time, daily so children can access a range of arts and crafts to inspire their creativity. Each half term we have a different theme to focus on.
Kate’s Classes, Unit 5, Lockhill Mill, Sowerby Bridge
Today, Fri 18 Jan, Mon 21 Jan to Fri 25 Jan, Mon 28 Jan to Fri 1 Feb, Mon 4 Feb to Fri 8 Feb, Mon 11 Feb to Thu 14 Feb, Tue 26 Feb to Mon 11 Mar

More details - War games
This half term we’re going to be fighting some pretty big battles. Join us and have a go at strategic war games old and new. There’ll be hi-tech on-screen games and the more traditional dice and counter games, as well as a packed programme of combat demonstrations and dramatic performances.
Royal Armouries Armouries Drive Leeds
Wed 13 Feb 19 to Sun 24 Feb

More details - Talk by Marcus Armitage
A presentation about an astronomical theme of current astrophysical research
4A Railway Street, Huddersfield
Fri 18 Jan 19

More details - Club Night
A relaxed to share astronomical experiences
4A Railway Street, Huddersfield
Fri 25 Jan, Fri 8 Feb, Fri 22 Feb

More details - Invited Speaker
Gravitational Waves by Dr Peter Edwards from Durham University. There will be a small admission charge
4A Railway Street, Huddersfield
Fri 1 Feb 19

More details - Social Astronomy Evening
A relaxed evening to astronomical imaging, events, activities and telescope making
4A Railway Street, Huddersfield
Tue 5 Feb, Tue 19 Mar

More details - Beginners Course – sign up on www.huddersfieldastronomy.org
6 week course costing £90. includes 1 years membership and loan of a small telescope. Week 1- the Solar System. Week 2 – Outside the solar system Week 3 – navigating the night sky Week 4 telescopes explained. Week 5 and 6 Practical astronomy including sta
4A Railway Street, Huddersfield
Wed 6 Feb 19

More details - Observatory Night – The Moon – this event is subject to change at short notice
If the sky is clear then we will take telescopes out to observe the night sky. If the sky is not clear then a Club Night will be organised
4A Railway Street, Huddersfield with possible trip outdoors if clear
Fri 8 Feb 19

More details - Observatory Open Week - this event is subject to cancellation
If the sky is clear then we will take telescopes out to observe the night sky. This event is subject to change at short notice. There will be a small admission charge.
Huddersfield Observatory
Mon 21 Jan to Sat 26 Jan, Mon 18 Feb to Sat 23 Feb

More details - YSP Poetry Walks – Winter: Penone's Writings 1968-2008
Walk with us from the Underground Gallery to the Upper Lake, pausing along the way to hear powerful poems, contemplations and writings by Giuseppe Penone, performed by Natalie Bellingham.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park West Bretton Wakefield
Sat 2 Feb 19

More details - Tales from the Gallery – Storytelling for Under 5s
Join us on the first Sunday of every month for interactive and immersive storytelling in the Underground Gallery. Enjoy a different story is created in the gallery every month by our spellbinding storytellers. – This event is suitable for wheelchair users.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park Bretton Hall WAKEFIELD
Sun 3 Feb, Sun 3 Mar

More details - AvA WW2 Dance & Party Night with DJ Lynne & Terry
1940’s Dance & Party to the sounds of WW2 - an event organised by Kippax NSPCC District Committee.
Royal British Legion Church Lane Kippax
Sat 26 Jan 19

More details - CHIAROSCURO STRING QUARTET, Skipton Music 2018-2019 Season, Concert 4
The young international players of the Chiaroscuro String Quartet perform music of the Classical and early Romantic periods on gut strings and with historical bows. The quartet’s unique sound is highly acclaimed by audiences and critics all over Europe.
Christ Church, Keighley Road, Skipton
Tue 29 Jan 19

More details - Record and cd fair
Record and cd fair
Town hall Skipton
Sun 27 Jan 19

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