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More details - Leeds Philatelic Society Meeting
Members Evening - Theme East of Suez. Displays and Short Talks
The Davison Room, Oxford Place Centre, Oxford Place, Leeds,
Today

More details - Designing Yorkshire Pottery: for the many, not the few
The fascinating evolution of the design of Yorkshire ceramics is on display at The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery. From culinary items to more decorative pieces, a range of design styles shows the influences of the East on Western tastes.
Leeds University Library Galleries, Parkinson Court, University of Leeds
Today to Sat 27 Jan, Mon 29 Jan to Sat 3 Feb

More details - Now Then: Peek into the Dales
This exhibition showcases the work of Marie Hartley (1905-2006), a nationally recognised artist, author, photographer and social historian.
Leeds University Library Galleries, Parkinson Court, University of Leeds
Today to Sat 27 Jan, Mon 29 Jan to Sat 3 Feb

More details - Gould Piano Trio
Concert begins at 7.30pm Gould Piano Trio Lucy Gould - violin Alice Neary - cello Benjamin Frith - piano with Robert Plane - clarinet Glinka - Trio Pathétique Arensky - Piano Trio No 1 Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade (arr for Clarinet Quartet) Curated this year by the Gould Piano Trio, Russia in...
The Venue, Leeds College of Music
Today

More details - Caribbean Theme Night
Try out some authentic Caribbean cuisine with lots of fun and laughter, just the ticket to keep the January blues at bay. Booking essential
Unity Court, 431 Meanwood Road, Leeds,
Today

More details - Handbagged by Moira Buffini
We do not know what conversations take place between the Queen and her Prime Ministers, but this playful and intelligent speculation takes us behind the closed doors to imagine the conversations during the 11 years of Mrs Thatcher’s meetings with the Queen! A clever, witty and challenging play.
Artspace, Dewsbury Arts Group, Lower Peel St., Dewsbury.
Today to Sat 27 Jan

More details - Coal Faces
Final chance to see our exhibition which explores our National Coal Board collection telling some of the stories of coal mining in West Yorkshire.
West Yorkshire History Centre, 127 Kirkgate, Wakefield
Today to Wed 28 Feb

More details - Nostell Priory and Parkland - Nordic walking group
Join the Nordic walking group every Tuesday for some exercise in the parkland to boost your fitness and your mood! Using the poles, you can tone the upper and lower body at the same time and burn nearly twice as many calories than ordinary walking.
Nostell Priory and Parkland, Doncaster Road, Nostell, near Wakefield,
Today, Tue 30 Jan, Tue 6 Feb, Tue 13 Feb, Tue 20 Feb, Tue 27 Feb

More details - Dead Reckoning
Bingley Little Theatre present the thriller by Eric Chapell concerning murder and revenge and an endless nightmare.
Bingley Arts Centre, Main Street, Bingley
Today to Sat 27 Jan

More details - digiPlaySpace in Spark Gallery until Easter 2018
Don’t miss the wonder of digiPlaySpace in our Spark Gallery. digiPlaySpace is a totally interactive digital art, gaming and technology experience and has been extended to Easter 2018 due to public demand.
Eureka! The National Children’s Museum, Discovery Road, Halifax
Today to Sun 11 Mar

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More details - Observatory Open Week
If the sky is clear then the Observatory will be open to the public to view the Autumn Night Sky and Moon. £3 adult and £1.50 consessionary admission. Please contact the Astronomy Society using the contact form at www.huddersfieldastronomy.org as there may be late breaking news about the Observatory
Huddersfield Observatory
Today to Sat 27 Jan, Mon 19 Feb to Sat 24 Feb

More details - Barnsley Art Society Exhibition
Barnsley Art Society presents their new exhibition ’Let’s Celebrate’ upstairs in the Sadler Room at the Cooper Gallery Barnsley. We would like to invite you to our launch on Sat. 6th Jan. between 10-12. Come along to admire our work and have a hot drink and a cake with us.
Cooper Gallery Sadler Room Church St Barnsley
Today to Thu 1 Mar

More details - Skipton Music 2017-2018 Season, Concert 4, BOXWOOD & BRASS, Period Wind Ensemble
Boxwood & Brass is the UK’s only period-instrument Harmonie, the 18th century wind ensemble beloved by Mozart and Beethoven.
Town Hall, High Street, Skipton
Today

More details - Fields of Vision Art Exhibition
"Fields of Vision Exhibition" 20th January to 17th March 2018. Mixed exhibition showcasing new paintings by Jane Burnley, Ian George, Paolo Lazzerini and Janette Summerfield.
blue tree gallery, 23 Bootham, York.
Today to Sat 27 Jan, Mon 29 Jan to Sat 3 Feb, Mon 5 Feb to Sat 10 Feb, Mon 12 Feb to Sat 17 Feb, Mon 19 Feb to Sat 24 Feb, Mon 26 Feb to Sat 3 Mar, Mon 5 Mar to Sat 10 Mar, Mon 12 Mar to Fri 16 Mar

More details - folk dance
English Folk Dances to CDs with caller
Chapeltown Community Centre, Burncross Road, Chaeltown
Today, Tue 6 Feb, Tue 20 Feb

More details - Tai chi for beginners - weekly in Barnoldswick
For anyone who would like to learn the gentle art of tai chi for health and well-being. Tai chi chuan is a traditional Chinese martial art that uses good posture, slow, controlled, relaxed movements and focussed breathing to strengthen the body, improve general health and provide a sense of well-being.
West Craven Sports Centre, Kelbrook Road, Barnoldswick
Today, Tue 30 Jan, Tue 6 Feb, Tue 13 Feb, Tue 20 Feb, Tue 27 Feb, Tue 6 Mar

More details - Conservation Day in Stalybridge
Clearing vegetation and scrub from the by-wash in Cowbury Dale. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
Castle Clough car park, Buckton Vale Road, Carrbrook, Stalybridge.
Today

More details - Weekly Tai Chi & Qigong in Burnley
Beginners are always welcome to join our friendly group. Our instructors David & Helena are professional tai chi and qigong teachers, members of the Tai Chi Union of GB, with many years of experience. Open to adults 18+. Sessions are designed to be fun, friendly and supportive.
Sion Baptist Church, Church Street, Burnley
Today, Tue 30 Jan, Tue 6 Feb, Tue 20 Feb, Tue 27 Feb, Tue 6 Mar

More details - Paul Schatzberger fine art photography at the Blue Moon cafe
WINDOWS 20.18 – a selection of Paul Schatzberger’s limited edition photographs on exhibition at the Blue Moon cafe, Sheffield along with paintings by Cath Dunn, each providing a window into the perception and vision of the artist.
2 St James Row, Sheffield
Today to Sat 27 Jan, Mon 29 Jan to Sat 3 Feb, Mon 5 Feb to Sat 10 Feb, Mon 12 Feb to Sat 17 Feb, Mon 19 Feb to Sat 24 Feb, Mon 26 Feb to Sat 3 Mar, Mon 5 Mar, Tue 6 Mar

More details - Ginuary @ The Botanist
THE GINUARY SALE IS HERE! Beat the January blues with a wondrous 2 for 1 on selected gins from our Ginuary menu! Available Sunday to Thursday throughout January…
5A & 5B, 5A Leopold St, Sheffield
Today to Wed 31 Jan

More details - The Most Perfect thing: Inside (and Outside) a Bird's Egg - talk by Tim Birkhead
Professor Tim Birkhead draws on a lifetime spent studying birds to give an illuminating and engaging exploration of the science behind eggs and the history of mankind’s obsession with them.
Bradbury Community House, Glossop
Today

More details - Black Men Walking
“WE WALK. THOUGH WE ARE WRITTEN INTO THE LANDSCAPE YOU DON’T SEE US. WE WALKED ENGLAND BEFORE THE ENGLISH.” Thomas, Matthew and Richard walk. They walk the fi rst Saturday of every month. Walking and talking. But this walk… Maybe they should have cancelled, but they needed the walk today.
Royal Exchange Theatre, St Ann’s Square, Manchester
Today to Sat 27 Jan, Mon 29 Jan to Sat 3 Feb

More details - Lyme - Lyme Runners - Tuesday Run Group
If you’re new to running, looking to get more active and wanting to get out running somewhere new why not join our qualified Leader in Running Fitness at Lyme.
Lyme, Disley, Stockport,
Today, Tue 30 Jan, Tue 6 Feb, Tue 13 Feb, Tue 20 Feb, Tue 27 Feb

More details - Jane Eyre
A brand new adaptation by Lorna French. Penniless and alone, Jane emerges from a bleak childhood to make her way in life as a governess. At Thornfield Hall, she falls in love with her mysterious employer Mr Rochester, but he is hiding a terrible secret that could ruin everying. Directed by Elizabeth Newman
Octagon Theatre Bolton
Today to Sat 10 Feb

More details - Jason Manford: Muddle Class
He’s back! It’s been a busy few years for Jason since his last smash-hit stand up show but fans of his Absolute Radio show will know this nationally acclaimed comedian hasn’t changed a bit.
Leeds Town Hall, The Headrow, Leeds
Wed 24 Jan

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