What’s on this weekend

Andy Banks a Retrospective Exhibition at Batley Art Gallery.'Exhibition curator  Karen Stansfield working on the exhibition
Andy Banks a Retrospective Exhibition at Batley Art Gallery.'Exhibition curator Karen Stansfield working on the exhibition

Don’t miss a thing this weekend with our comprehensive listings guide.

COMMUNITY

Trinity Methodist Church community room, Mirfield

An evening of imagery and music by Batley Audio Visual Society, 7pm. Tickets £6, including pie and peas supper. Ring 01924 497612 to book.

PUBS AND CLUBS

Alma Inn, Thornhill

Poker league, from 7.30pm.

The Taproom, Batley

Adam and the Drum, 8.30pm. Free entry.

Eastborough WMC, Dewsbury

Female vocalist Hayley Rose.

Millbridge WMC, Liversedge

John Gillan, singer/comedian.

Wickham Arms, Cleckheaton

The Superior Jazz Band, 8.30pm. Free.

Wakefield Sports Club

Liam Noble’s New Quintet

Warehouse 23, Wakefield

Absolute Bowie

Wharf Chambers, Leeds

Deadverse

Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

Gary Stewart and the Tin Foil Collective

Cockpit, Leeds

Liam Fray

Younghusband

THEATRE

Alhambra Theatre

Bradford 01274 432000

Rocky Horror Show

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts

Halifax 01484 349422

Winston On The Run

St George’s Hall

Bradford 01274 432000

The Dreamboys

Victoria Theatre, Halifax

01422 351158

Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story

Wakefield Theatre Royal

01924 211 311

Angel Voice

Morley Town Hall

Morley Amateur Operatics Society present Guys and Dolls, 7.15pm.

West Yorkshire Playhouse

Leeds 0113 213 7700

Jumpers for Goalposts

TALKS

Red House Museum, Gomersal

North Kirklees Literary Festival: The Brontës and the Railways with Prof Ann Summer, 2pm. Book in advance by phoning 01274 335100 or call into the museum on the day.

EXHIBITIONS

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place

On Leaving and Arriving: Ruth Robson

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

Folk at Play by Cath Everett

Huddersfield Art Gallery

David Swann: Mobilising Healthcare

White Cloth Gallery, Leeds

Laura Pannack: Young British Naturist

Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park

The Earthworks Project: Artwork by local residents, children and community groups.

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

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

Post War British Sculpting and Painting

Haroon Mirza

William Scott

Roger Hiorns: Untitled (Youth)

SATURDAY

COMMUNITY

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place

Andy Banks: A Retrospective. Drop-in workshops and demonstrations, 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm. Free, children must be accompanied by an adult.

MUSIC

St Paul’s Church, Mirfield

Hepworth Championship Brass Band concert, 7pm, tickets £7 on the door.

Whitechapel Church, Cleckheaton

North Kirklees Literary Festival: A Brontë tribute concert with Val Wiseman, 7.15pm. Book in advance by phoning 01274 335100 or call into the church on the day.

PUBS AND CLUBS

Old Bank WMC, Mirfield

Vocal duo Stardust

The Taproom, Batley

Angelo Palladino, 8.30pm. Free entry.

Millbridge WMC, Liversedge

Vocal instrumental trio Code E.

Eastborough WMC, Dewsbury

Cameo

Comrades Club, Heckmondwike

Boy duo Shine, 8.30pm.

Central Club, Batley

1980s tribute act Mark Turver. Doors 7pm

Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

The Smyths

Carpe Diem, Leeds

Feeds

THEATRE

Alhambra Theatre

Bradford 01274 432000

Rocky Horror Show

Grand Theatre and Howard Assembly

Leeds 0844 848 2705

Opera North present Peter Grimes

Lawrence Batley Theatre

Huddersfield 01484 430528

Karen Binns Stage School Showcase

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts

Halifax 01484 349422

The Sounds of Simon

St George’s Hall

Bradford 01274 432000

Sid’s Show

Victoria Theatre, Halifax

01422 351158

Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story

Wakefield Theatre Royal

01924 211 311

Upbeat Beatles

West Yorkshire Playhouse

Leeds 0113 213 7700

Jumpers for Goalposts

TALKS

Red House Museum, Gomersal

North Kirklees Literary Festival

Cruel Lives with John Brooke, 11.30am.

The Reporter and Editor Mr WW Yates with Margaret Watson, 1.30pm.

The Gaskell Drawing with Liz Rye, 2.15pm.

The Brontë Sisters by Landseer with James Gorin Von Grozny, 3.15pm.

Book in advance by ringing 01274 335100 or call into the museum on the day.

EXHIBITIONS

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place

On Leaving and Arriving: Ruth Robson

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

Folk at Play by Cath Everett

Huddersfield Art Gallery

David Swann: Mobilising Healthcare

White Cloth Gallery, Leeds

Laura Pannack: Young British Naturist

Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park

The Earthworks Project: Artwork by local residents, children and community groups.

Oakwell Hall, Birstall

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

Red House Museum, Oxford Road, Gomersal

Through The Rainbow. An exhibition showcasing stain glass making

Leeds City Museum

Sketches and drawings by Ronald Pawson (1916-1977)

Through the Magic Mirror: The World of Anthony Browne

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

Post War British Sculpting and Painting

Haroon Mirza

SUNDAY

COMMUNITY

Royds Park, Cleckheaton

Spenborough Model Engineers’ Club open day. Ride the model trains, 1pm-4.30pm.

Red House Museum, Gomersal

North Kirklees Literary Festival

Free children’s activities, 1pm-4pm.

PUBS AND CLUBS

Central Club, Batley

Sunday afternoon jazz with Reg Hargreaves trio and singer, 1pm-3.30pm, free.

THEATRE

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts

Halifax 01484 349422

Harp and a Monkey

TALKS

Red House Museum, Gomersal

North Kirklees Literary Festival

Richard III: Victim of Tudor propagana? with David Pinder, 11am.

Writing for Radio and Television with Julian Spilsbury, 1pm

Wilfred Booker walk and talk with Peter Jackson and Trees Fewster, meet in the garden, 1.30pm, or at St Mary’s Church in Gomersal for poetry only.

Book in advance by ringing 01274 335100 or call into the museum on the day.

EXHIBITIONS

Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park

The Earthworks Project: Artwork by local residents, children and community groups.

Oakwell Hall, Birstall

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

Red House Museum, Gomersal

Through The Rainbow. An exhibition showcasing stain glass making

Leeds City Museum

Sketches and drawings by Ronald Pawson (1916-1977)

Through the Magic Mirror: The World of Anthony Browne.