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Teechers is on in Wakefield this week.
Teechers is on in Wakefield this week.
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Don’t miss a thing with our full listings guide for this week.

MONDAY

exhibitions

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place, Batley

Ruth Robson: On Leaving and Arriving

The Lounge and Gallery at Matthew’s Coffee House, Market Street, Cleckheaton

Folk at Play by Cath Everett

Huddersfield Art Gallery, Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield

David Swann: Mobilising Healthcare

White Cloth Gallery, Leeds

Laura Pannack: Young British Naturist

Leeds Central Library

Rugby League World Cup 2013 exhibition. Explore the Rugby League World Cup’s rich and facinating history through displays, memorabilia, events, talks and interactive activities throughout September. Free.

Leeds Art Gallery

Spring Rain: Becky Beasley – In this exhibition, British artist Becky Beasley explores relationships between photography and objects, the body and literature. The title of the exhibition is taken from a short story by Jewish American writer Bernard Malamud (1914-1986). A minimal tale of the ambiguities of everyday human relations, of things unsaid or unsayable, the story opens onto concerns that lie at the heart of Beasley’s practice.

Leeds City Museum:

Through the Magic Mirror – An exciting free exhibition, specially designed for children, bringing Anthony Browne’s picture book world to life. Step through the magic mirror and say hello to characters including Willy the Wimp. Enter Anthony’s family home and meet My Mum and My Dad; walk through the back yard from Changes, stroll in the park or visit the life-size Gorilla in the zoo. Explore the forest where Hansel and Gretel, Me and You, Bear Hunt and The Tunnel can be found.

pubs and clubs

Brudenell Social Club Leeds

The Orwells

Oporto Leeds

Leeds City Stompers

Packhorse Leeds

EnterTheLexicon

Wharf Chambers Leeds

Conquering Animal Sound

TUESDAY

exhibitions

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place, Batley

Ruth Robson: On Leaving and Arriving

The Lounge and Gallery at Matthew’s Coffee House, Market Street, Cleckheaton

Folk at Play by Cath Everett

Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park, Heckmondwike Road, Dewsbury

The Earthworks Project

Red House Museum, Oxford Road, Gomersal

Through the Rainbow exhibition of glasswork

Oakwell Hall, Birstall

Dewsbury Photographic Group. Free exhibition, but hall admission charges apply.

music

Cockpit:

The Amity Affliction

Cockpit Room 3:

Lauren Aquilina

Junction Inn, Otley:

Blueprint

O2 Academy Leeds:

Wiley

Packhorse:

Nasty

Snooty Fox, Wakefield:

Lord Bishop

Theatres

Alhambra Theatre

Bradford 01274 432000

New Jersey Nights

Community

Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds

Rock and Roll’s Greatest Failure; The Otway Movie, 8pm. Tickets £7.50-£8.50 from hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk or call 0113 275 2045.

PUBS AND CLUBS

Millbridge WMC

An evening of entertainment and dancing with Eddie Martell and the Ronnie Bottomley quartet, 8.30pm-11pm. mission £3.

Leeds Jazz Club

Wabash Jazzmen. Armley Conservative Club, Ridge Road, 8.30pm-11pm. Admission £5, raffles. Ring 0113 252 3844.

WEDNESDAY

exhibitions

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place, Batley

Ruth Robson: On Leaving and Arriving

The Lounge and Gallery at Matthew’s Coffee House, Market Street, Cleckheaton

Folk at Play by Cath Everett

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

Post War British Sculpting and Painting

Haroon Mirza

William Scott

Huddersfield Art Gallery, Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield

David Swann: Mobilising Healthcare

Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park, Heckmondwike Road, Dewsbury

The Earthworks Project

Red House Museum, Oxford Road, Gomersal

Through the Rainbow exhibition of glasswork

Creative Arts Hub, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield

Taste of HOST

Oakwell Hall, Birstall

Dewsbury Photographic Group. Free exhibition, but hall admission charges apply.

Leeds City Museum

Sketches and drawings by Ronald Pawson (1916-1977)

Through the Magic Mirror–The World of Anthony Browne

White Cloth Gallery, Leeds

Laura Pannack: Young British Naturist

Theatres

Alhambra Theatre

Bradford 01274 432000

New Jersey Nights

Victoria Theatre, Halifax

01422 351158

Halifax AOS: Our House

Wakefield Theatre Royal

Wakefield 01924 211 311

Teechers

TALKS

St Paul’s Church Hall, Cleckheaton

Spen Valley Historical Society presents The Low Moor Company – Working Conditions by Mary Twentyman, from 7.15pm.

WALKS

Wandering from Wilton

With North Kirklees Ramblers. Meet at 11.30am at Batley Wilton Park gates, WF17 8NB, for a 5.5 mile medium walk. Ring Jim on 01924 469 700.

Ryhill

With Dewsbury and District Ramblers – ‘C’. Park on Station Road.

THURSDAY

exhibitions

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place, Batley

Ruth Robson: On Leaving and Arriving

The Lounge and Gallery at Matthew’s Coffee House, Market Street, Cleckheaton

Folk at Play by Cath Everett

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

Post War British Sculpting and Painting

Haroon Mirza

William Scott

Huddersfield Art Gallery, Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield

David Swann: Mobilising Healthcare

Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park, Heckmondwike Road, Dewsbury

The Earthworks Project

Red House Museum, Gomersal

Through the Rainbow exhibition of glasswork

Creative Arts Hub, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield

Taste of HOST

Oakwell Hall, Birstall

Dewsbury Photographic Group. Free but hall admission charges apply.

Leeds City Museum

Sketches and drawings by Ronald Pawson (1916-1977)

Through the Magic Mirror–The World of Anthony Browne

White Cloth Gallery, Leeds

Laura Pannack: Young British Naturist

Theatres

Alhambra Theatre

Bradford 01274 432000

New Jersey Nights

Carriageworks

Leeds 0113 224 3801

Winston on the Run

City Varieties

Leeds 0113 243 0808

Adam Hills - Happyism

Lawrence Batley Theatre

Huddersfield 01484 430528

Comedy Cellar

Victoria Theatre, Halifax

01422 351158

Halifax AOS: Our House

Wakefield Theatre Royal

Wakefield 01924 211 311

Teechers

West Yorkshire Playhouse

Leeds 0113 213 7700

Northern Ballet: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

TALKS

Huddersfield Town Hall

Peter Robinson, author of the Inspector Banks mystery series. Talk plus signings of his new book Children of the Revolution. Tickets £2-£3 from 01484 223200.