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More details - Keighley Comedy Club
Comedy with Martin Mor Robert White Ellie North Rob Riley
Cafe Choux, Choux, Station Bridge, Keighley
Sun 11 Nov

More details - KDMES Miniature Trains Open Day for passengers
Sunday 21st October. Train rides for all the family. Miniature trains running at Marley sports field approx.13:30 until approx. 17:00. Steam and electric trains providing trips for all ages. Great family afternoon out. Refreshments available.
Marley Playing Fields, Marland Rd, Keighley
Sun 21 Oct

More details - Marie Collier Joan Day Exhibition
South Square Centre will be opening a new exhibition showcasing this year’s Joan Day Painting Bursary recipient. The award was presented local artist Marie Collier. Marie will be using the bursary to combine parts of her practice explore her mixed-media practice combining video, light projection and painted surfaces.
South Square Gallery, South Square, Thornton, Bradford
Today, Sun 21 Oct, Tue 23 Oct to Sun 28 Oct

More details - Morton Village Art Exhibition & Sale
Moton village art exhibition and sale is held in the Morton Institute, which opens up the back onto the park and playground. There is an all day cafe and entry is free. Open 10-4pm
Morton Village Institute, Main Road, East Morton
Sat 27 Oct

More details - The Hebden Bridge Comedy Club
Comedy with Robert White Pierre Hollins Marc Jennings Tez Ilyas
The Old Gate, 1-5 Old Gate, Hebden Bridge,
Sun 11 Nov

More details - Come and Sing Vivaldi's 'Gloria'
The Ilkley based choir Cantores Olicanae choir invite anyone to come and sing Vivaldi’s ’Gloria’ alongside choir members, accompanied by a chamber ensemble, and under the inspirational leadership of their Musical Director - Rory Wainwright Johnston.
St Margaret’s Church, Queen’s Road, Ilkley
Sat 17 Nov

A Crawl Down The Ogre by Doug Scott CBE More details - A Crawl Down The Ogre by Doug Scott CBE
One of the most dramatic stories of mountain survival EVER. Doug Scott and Chris Bonington, made the first ascent of The Ogre (Baintha Brakk 7285 m) in Pakistan’s Karakorum in 1977. Their climb extended the boundaries of what had been achieved at that altitude.
King’s Hall & Winter Garden, Station Road, ILKLEY
Thu 8 Nov
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More details - Horrible Histories: The Gorgeous Georgians
The musicians of Eboracum Baroque join Horrible Histories author, Terry Deary to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Horrible Histories. They will take you on a journey through Georgian England and expect a gruesome tale or two along the way!
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Sun 21 Oct

More details - Lunchtime Recitals – Music for Horn and Voice
Robert Shaw (french horn), Bridget Budge (contralto) Prepare to be delighted by this unique combination of the mellow toned horn and rich timbre of the contralto voice in an interesting programme of music ranging from Wagner and Delius to Flanders & Swann!
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Tue 23 Oct

More details - A Frog Called Woânda (schools performance)
An exciting new international collaboration between the UK and Montreal, Canada. Laura’s mother is ill and she is being looked after by her grandfather. Whilst washing her paintbrushes in the bathroom, Laura drops her mother’s ring down the sink.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Tue 23 Oct

More details - Small Worlds (schools performances)
Performances on Wednesday 24 October at 10.30am and 1.30pm and Thursday 25 October at 10.30am and 1.30pm. Producers of the ever-popular Landscapes, Mimika Theatre present their second show, Small Worlds, inside their custom-built Yurt (or large tent).
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Wed 24 Oct and Thu 25 Oct

More details - This Really Is Too Much
Look. (point) You’ve never had it so good. We. Are moving. Forward. Raucous, provocative and laugh-out-loud funny, this genre-busting performance reveals the downright absurd realities of life as a 3-dimensional, high definition, water-drinking, salad-eating, WO-man in modern society.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Thu 25 Oct

More details - The Big Acoustic Night Out
Two wonderful acoustic duos, come together for the first time, to present one fabulous evening of entertainment, ‘The Big Acoustic Night Out!
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Fri 26 Oct

More details - Woke: Apphia Campbell and Meredith Yarbrough
From the creator of the hit show Black Is the Color of My Voice comes a new story about the 20th-century African-American experience. Against a powerful soundtrack of original music and traditional gospel and blues sung live, two women 42 years apart become involved in the struggle for civil rights.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Sat 27 Oct

More details - Nick Sharratt’s Draw-Along
Join acclaimed children’s writer and illustrator Nick Sharratt to find out how he creates his picture books. He’ll show you how to draw Tracy Beaker and Timothy Pope, kings and cats and all kinds of crazy creatures. Plus he’ll share some of his very best drawing tips.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Sat 27 Oct

More details - Lunchtime Recitals – The Daniel Bath Trio
With his colourful command of the piano, Daniel Bath is joined by Adam Medlock on bass brimming with earthy jazz grooves and the effortlessly exuberant John Shepherd on drums, interpreting afresh popular jazz standards and new delights.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Tue 30 Oct

More details - DadMan: The Bath-Time Warrior
This is a show about not baby-sitting your own kids. DadMan is a warrior. He stands strong at the gates of an ideal Birth-Plan and sings the blues about Being The Only Man At A Parent And Baby Group. He courageously navigates the precipices of School Runs.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Thu 1 Nov and Fri 2 Nov

More details - The Swing Commanders
The Swing Commanders are a regular fixture in the theatre’s autumn programme, and if you haven’t already caught perhaps now is the time.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Fri 2 Nov

More details - John Smith
John Smith has played to audiences all over the world in festival tents, living rooms and sold-out concert halls. He tours relentlessly with his guitars, looking to communicate through a song and to share something intangible with those willing to listen.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Sat 3 Nov

More details - Ventoux
Ventoux is the most fearsome mountain encountered on the Tour de France. It is also the story of Lance Armstrong and Marco Pantani – whose drug-fuelled race there in 2000 was the greatest cycling had ever seen.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Sun 4 Nov

More details - Lunchtime Recitals – Elmet Clarinet Quintet
Today’s concert features Mozart’s clarinet quintet in A major. This is one of Mozart’s most loved chamber works and one of the finest clarinet quintets ever written.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Tue 6 Nov

More details - Peter Knight’s Gigspanner
In the wake of his departure from folk-rock pioneers Steeleye Span at the end of 2013, legendary fiddle player Peter Knight has turned his full attention to his trio Gigspanner, and in the process has established their reputation as one of the most genuinely innovative acts on the folk/roots scene.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Wed 7 Nov

More details - Manpower
Did you think it would be easy? Did you think it would be fair? Silent battles of power drive a politically complex commentary on England’s working men over the last 40 years as a British man and an Eastern European woman share the stage.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Thu 8 Nov

More details - FRIGG’s Finnish Fiddle Tunes Workshop
FRIGG’S FINNISH FIDDLE TUNES WORKSHOP For all string players. Band members offer a stirring string experience of Scandinavian tunes – jigs, reels, polkas, schottisches, waltzes – taught by ear but with the offer of scores for future reference. For next generation players, intermediate & established players.
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Thu 8 Nov

More details - Women of Aktion
Script by Mick Martin Directed by Jude Wright It’s the 1930’s and a young Joan Littlewood has walked out of RADA and stomped her way north, searching for the revolution. She reaches Manchester and finds kindred spirits – at Rusholme Rep!
The Square chapel 10 Square Rd, Halifax
Fri 9 Nov

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