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Today to Wed 23 May, by distance, closest first.    

More details - Beacon Hill House - Open Garden for NGS
Delightful but steep walks with long distance views take you up through the woodland which shelters this seven acre garden. Although nearly 1000ft above sea level and adjacent to a grouse moor, many unusual trees and shrubs grow here. Spring is the showiest time for this garden with its magnolias and rhododendrons.
Beacon Hill House, Ilkley
Wed 16 May

More details - East Riddlesden Hall - Behind the scenes conservation tour
Would you like to experience the morning ritual of opening up this 400 year old house' Join us for a true behind the scenes look. This experience would make the perfect gift.
East Riddlesden Hall, Bradford Road, Keighley,
Sat 5 May, Sat 19 May

More details - East Riddlesden Hall - Historical coin collection
See a collection of coins from a snap shot in time. What was more expensive, a bible or a cow' Pay a visit to the coin collection to discover the answer. This wonderful collection, which spans the years 1485 - 1901 (the reigns of Henry VII to Queen Victoria), is brought to life for one day.
East Riddlesden Hall, Bradford Road, Keighley,
Sat 19 May

More details - KDMES Miniature Trains Open Day for passengers
Sunday 20th May. 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 20 May

More details - Badapple Theatre Company presents “Amy Johnson’
Badapple Theatre Company is celebrating 20 years on the road and to mark the milestone, it is re-presenting the first show the Company ever toured with. ’Amy Johnson’ will tour nationally starting in Yorkshire, travelling down through the Midlands, Surrey, Gloucestershire and finally Somerset.
Fewston Parochial Hall
Wed 16 May

More details - Community Maypole Dancing in Otley
The Buttercross Belles, a local team of Morris dancers, invite parents to bring their children to help us celebrate May Day in the traditional way by dancing round the Maypole at Cross Green in Otley.
The Maypole, Cross Green, Otley
Tue 1 May

More details - Bingley Walking Festival 2018 Edition
Bingley Walkers Are Welcome are hosting the 2nd Bingley Walking Festival. Following on from last year’s very successful inaugural event, this year’s festival will take place on Monday, 7th May 2018.
Outside Bingley Arts Centre Main Street Bingley
Mon 7 May

More details - Nude With Violin
Bingley Little Theatre present Noel Coward’s comedy "Nude With Violin" where the death of a world famous artist brings a mixed crowd of relatives, a business manager and a whole range of extraordinary characters to his flat for the reading of the will. Reputations are arranged and rearranged during the evening.
Bingley Arts Centre, Main Street, Bingley
Mon 21 May to Sat 26 May

More details - Amdram is Murder
In the sleepy village of Marchfield the local Amateur Dramatic Society are busy rehearsing for their next show - a murder mystery. Little do they know but as the rehearsals proceed over the next five days, life begins to imitate art and a tragic ending becomes inevitable...?
The Little Theatre, Malt Shovel Yard, Westfield Lane
Sat 28 Apr and Sun 29 Apr

More details - Parcevall Hall Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
The only garden open daily in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. 24 acres in Wharfedale sheltered by mixed woodland; terrace garden, rose garden, rock garden, ponds. Mixed borders, spring bulbs, tender shrubs and autumn colour. Tea rooms (contact no. 01756 720630) at the foot of the gardens.
Parcevall Hall Gardens, Skipton
Wed 16 May

More details - Where’s my igloo gone?
Thursday 26th April  Where’s my igloo gone? The Bone Ensemble, 4pm Tickets £10/£7.50 Under 18s - buffet tea included Tickets also available online from: www.ruralarts.org Box Office: 01756 792 809 Sitting in her igloo, a drop of water falls on her head. Then another! Is her home melting?
Skipton Town Hall High Street Skipton
Thu 26 Apr

More details - Skipton Camerata: Free Under 18s matinee
Skipton Camerata: Free Under 18s matinee 1.30pm to 2.30pm  Skipton Town Hall are always looking at how to encourage new audiences to engage with the cultural events taking place at the venue.
Skipton Town Hall High Street Skipton
Fri 11 May

More details - Film Screening; Shaun The Sheep - The Movie
Saturday 19th May Film Screening; Shaun The Sheep - The Movie 5pm Tickets £6.50 / under 18s £4.50 - Includes a teatime picnic Box Office: 01756 792 809 When Shaun decides to take the day off and have some fun, he gets a little more action than he bargained for.
Skipton Town Hall High Street Skipton
Sat 19 May

More details - Record and cd fair
Record and cd fair
Town hall Skipton
Sun 20 May

More details - Race For Life Bradford 5K
The Bradford 5k takes a route around Lister Park and past Cartwright Hall. Following the paths and roads within the park. The course has a few inclines and hills, and has an amazing atmosphere.
Lister Park, North Park Road, Bradford
Sat 19 May

More details - Low Hall - Open Garden for NGS
Romantic walled garden set on differing levels designed to complement historic C17 family home (not open). Spring bulbs, rhododendrons; azaleas round tranquil water garden. Asymmetric rose pergola underplanted with auriculas and lithodora links orchard to the garden.
Low Hall, Nidderdale
Sun 13 May

More details - St Leonards Way Challenge Walk
A 20 mile circular walk set in Bronte Country following bridleways around the Haworth area. The countryside varies from woodland to open moorland and passes some fine examples of industrial architecture. 2018 sees the 27th year of this fantastic walk.
Starts at Haworth Methodist Church
Sat 5 May

More details - Woodlands Cottage - Open Garden for NGS
A one acre country garden created by its owners and making full use of its setting, which includes natural woodland with wild bluebells and gritstone boulders.
Woodlands Cottage, Nidderdale
Sun 13 May

More details - The Orchard - Open Garden for NGS
acre plantswoman’s hidden oasis. A wrap around garden of differing levels made by owners using stone found on site, planted for yr-round interest. Extensive rockery, unusual fruit tree arbour, oriental style seating area and Tea House, linked by grass paths, lawns and steps.
The Orchard, Leeds
Sun 6 May

More details - Horsforth Art Society Spring Exhibition.Paintings,Woodcarvings,Prints, Crafts
Horsforth Art Society- SPRING ART, PRINT & CRAFT EXHIBITION. Weekend 10am -5pm, weekdays 1-3pm
Society Studios 15 Back Lane, off Fink Hill, Horsforth
Today to Sun 29 Apr

More details - RHS Garden Harlow Carr - Open Garden for NGS
One of Yorkshire’s most relaxing yet inspiring locations! Highlights include spectacular herbaceous borders, streamside garden, alpines, scented and kitchen gardens. Lakeside Gardens, woodland and wild flower meadows.
RHS Garden Harlow Carr, Harrogate
Sun 6 May

More details - Leeds Vintage Furniture and Home Fair
Leeds Vintage Furniture and Home Fair: Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 April 2018. The Finishing Room, Sunny Bank Mills, Farsley, Leeds, LS28 5UJ. More than 30 stalls of vintage devoted to the home, all set within a disused mill space, which is due to be demolished later this year.
Sunny Bank Mills, Farsley, Leeds, .
Sat 28 Apr and Sun 29 Apr

More details - Amazing Railways and their Trains
Friends of Pudsey Roller present... Amazing Railways and their Trains A Pie & Pea Supper with a series of short films providing a perfect plethora of unusual, odd, curious, quirky, strange and fascinating railway operations from around the world – selected and presented by Derek Rayner.
Farsley Liberal Club, 116 Old Road, Farsley, Leeds
Thu 3 May

More details - Farsley Farmers Market
Farsley Farmers Market is a free, Community event which runs all year round on 4th Saturday of the month, in St Johns Hall & Grounds. Find stalls Outdoors and Indoors plus activities, refreshments and toilets. Resident inside is FriendsofStJohn’s Book Sale and St John’s Kitchen. Sat.
St John’s Hall & Grounds, New Street, off Farsley Town Street, Leeds
Sat 28 Apr, Sat 26 May, Sat 23 Jun

More details - Brimham Rocks - Family Funteering
Are you looking for some family fun that can also benefit a place you love' Join our rangers for a day in the great outdoors, learning traditional countryside crafts and experience the site in a different way.
Brimham Rocks, Summerbridge, Harrogate,
Sun 13 May

More details - Brimham Rocks - Breath of Brimham
Are you a rock-enthusiast' Let our guide walk and talk you through the last 320 milion years in a 90 minute journey around the rocks and moorland. Booking Not Needed. Children are welcome. Dogs on leads welcome.
Brimham Rocks, Summerbridge, Harrogate,
Fri 18 May

More details - Spring Music Concert
Enjoy the sounds of the clarinet, flute and piano with the Aire Ensemble and relax to the recorder and harp with Duo Deltono. Free Entry. Closing Collection. Refreshments at the close.
St. Andrew’s Methodist Church, Robin Lane, Pudsey, Leeds
Sun 13 May

More details - Coffee Morning and Book Sale
Come along to our coffee morning and Book Sale. Quality books all 50p each.
St. Andrew’s Methodist Church, Robin Lane, Pudsey
Sat 19 May

More details - Swansea City Opera present The Barber of Seville
Set in period Seville, with outrageous 18th century costumes that compliment the fizz and flare of Rossini’s musical genius, this production is perfect both for the established operagoer, and those seeking to engage with opera for the first time.
Harrogate Theatre, 6 Oxford St, Harrogate
Fri 4 May

More details - Shonen Knife
Shonen Knife. Artists performing: Shonen Knife.: Tickets avaiable.
Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Thu 26 Apr

More details - Push the Boat Out 2018
Halifax Sailing Club - Push the Boat Out Halifax Sailing Club invites you and your family to try out sailing or windsurfing for free at our club open day. On Sunday May 20th 2018 the club will be providing free taster sessions as part of the RYA’s national Push the Boat Out campaign.
Halifax Sailing Club, Cold Edge Road, Wainstalls, Halifax
Sun 20 May

More details - Film Showing - Victoria and Abdul
When Abdul Karim, a clerk in his twenties, come to the Queen of England’s court in India in 1887.  He develops a close and sometimes controversial friendship with the aging Queen. Jacket potato lunch included.
Unity Court, 431 Meanwood Road, Leeds,
Today

RICARDO CURBELO: RHYTHMS from LATIN AMERICA More details - RICARDO CURBELO: RHYTHMS from LATIN AMERICA
Innovative musician, composer and poet, Ricardo Curbelo takes his audiences on an exciting, colourful journey on harp, cuatro, maracas and vocals.
Seven Artspace, 31a Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds
Thu 26 Apr
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More details - Facing up to the Muses: Tony Harrison and Theatre
Monday 12 March - Saturday 16 June 2018 Explore an overlooked area of the poet and playwright, Tony Harrison’s work. Tony Harrison is Britain’s leading poet-playwright. Over 50 years, he has been responsible for major innovations in theatrical practice.
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds
Today to Sat 28 Apr, Wed 2 May to Sat 5 May, Mon 7 May to Thu 10 May

More details - Transformation
19 April - 28 July 2018 An exhibition celebrating the ten year anniversary of The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery From the quiet philanthropy of the Burton Family to the incisive vision of its Keeper, Dr Hilary Diaper, this exhibition celebrates the remarkable efforts to create a public space for the University
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds
Today to Sat 28 Apr, Mon 30 Apr to Sat 5 May, Mon 7 May to Sat 12 May, Mon 14 May to Sat 19 May, Mon 21 May to Sat 26 May, Mon 28 May to Sat 2 Jun, Mon 4 Jun to Sat 9 Jun, Mon 11 Jun to Sat 16 Jun

More details - Nina: Queen of Bohemia
Yellow Leaf Theatre presents a one-woman performance by actor and playwright Vanessa Rosenthal. Rosenthal tells the story of Nina Hamnett, whose celebrated portrait by Roger Fry hangs in the Gallery. ‘Nina: Queen of Bohemia’ brings theatre to the Gallery in this exciting one woman show.
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds
Today

More details - The Life and Collections of W.T. Freemantle
This workshop and discussion explores the letters of Yorkshire antiquarian, author and musician William Thomas Freemantle and his remarkable curiosity for music and local history. The collection of William Thomas Freemantle (1849-1931) came into the possession of Lord Brotherton in 1928.
Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery, Parkinson Building, University of Leeds
Wed 2 May

More details - Life Drawing with Rob Oldfield
Join us in our monthly Life Drawing class with Gallery favourite and experienced artist and tutor, Rob Oldfield. This workshop is open to everyone, from newcomers who want to take up a hobby through to experienced artists looking to hone their sketching skills.
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds
Sat 5 May

More details - Tuesday Treasure: Medical Collections in Leeds
Join us for May’s Tuesday Treasure as we delve into the fascinating history of the Leeds School of Medicine. This month we are showcasing some of the treasures in our medical collections. Explore a range of archival material, from the School’s administrative archive to its Health Visitor training course.
Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery, Parkinson Building, University of Leeds
Tue 8 May

More details - Facing up to the Muses: Tony Harrison and Theatre
Monday 12 March - Saturday 16 June 2018 Explore an overlooked area of the poet and playwright, Tony Harrison’s work. Tony Harrison is Britain’s leading poet-playwright. Over 50 years, he has been responsible for major innovations in theatrical practice.
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds
Fri 11 May

More details - Museums at Night 2018
Ay up! We’re joining in the Museums at Night Festival with an evening celebrating all things Yorkshire in our collections. Enjoy a glass of wine and an evening of music, games and creativity at this special after-hours event.
Leeds University Library Galleries, Parkinson Building, University of Leeds
Fri 18 May

More details - The Life of Esmeralda Lock
A talk by Romani academic Dr Ken Lee on the incredible life of Esmeralda Lock. A Romani woman, a forced marriage, a trophy bride, a seducer, adulteress and divorcee, a re-marriage, a separation, widowhood, an old age of poverty and a lonely death.
Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery, Parkinson Building, University of Leeds
Tue 22 May

More details - Shadwell Horticultural Society, Leeds. Plant & Cake sale
Come and visit our annual Plant & Cake sale. Bedding, perennials & rockery plants. Fruit plants and vegetable seedlings. Some sourced from professional growers, some local donations. All good quality. Lots of expert advice available.
Shadwell Grange, 400 Shadwell Lane, Leeds
Sun 20 May

More details - Badapple Theatre Company presents “Amy Johnson’
Badapple Theatre Company is celebrating 20 years on the road and to mark the milestone, it is re-presenting the first show the Company ever toured with. ’Amy Johnson’ will tour nationally starting in Yorkshire, travelling down through the Midlands, Surrey, Gloucestershire and finally Somerset.
Sawley Village Hall
Wed 23 May

More details - Badapple Theatre Company presents “Amy Johnson’
Badapple Theatre Company is celebrating 20 years on the road and to mark the milestone, it is re-presenting the first show the Company ever toured with. ’Amy Johnson’ will tour nationally starting in Yorkshire, travelling down through the Midlands, Surrey, Gloucestershire and finally Somerset.
Markington War Memorial Institute
Sun 6 May

More details - Leeds Philatelic Society Meeting
Display on the Theme - Pictures in the Post - by Judith and Stephen Holder RDP, FRPSL
The Davison Room, Oxford Place Centre, Oxford Place, Leeds,
Tue 8 May

More details - Leeds Philatelic Society Meeting
Society Annual General Meeting - Display from Society Archives
The Davison Room, Oxford Place Centre, Oxford Place, Leeds,
Tue 22 May

More details - Orchestra of Opera North
Concert begins at 7.30pm Orchestra of Opera North Leeds Festival Chorus Leeds Philharmonic Chorus Opera North Children’s Chorus Simon Wright - conductor Rachel Kelly - mezzo soprano David Butt Philip - tenor David Soar - baritone Ashley Riches - bass Berlioz - The Damnation of Faust "This...
Leeds Town Hall, The Headrow, Leeds
Sat 12 May

More details - Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra
Concert begins at 7.30pm Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra Michael Sanderling - conductor Jennifer Pike - violin Weber - Overture: Euryanthe Tchaikovsky - Violin Concerto Beethoven - Symphony No 5 "Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy" Beethoven Pre-concert talk at 6.
Leeds Town Hall, The Headrow, Leeds
Sat 19 May

More details - Dan & Phil 2018 World Tour - Interactive Introverts
Two internet dwelling, insecure nerds standing under the spotlight to give the people what they want: an epic interactive experience of rants, roasts, battles, stories ... and surprises that will make you laugh, cry, cringe and puts the audience in control unlike anything before!
Leeds Town Hall
Sun 20 May