What’s on this weekend

What’s on this weekend

FRIDAY

Community

Heckmondwike Library , Walkley Lane, Heckmondwike

Coffee morning, 10am-11.30am.

Cleckheaton Library, Whitcliffe Road

Wii Fit, 10am-noon.

Basic IT, 1.30pm-4.30pm. Booking essential on 01274 335170.

Red House, Oxford Road, Gomersal

Red House Craft Bee. Contact Marilyn Moon on 01274 872224.

Batley Library, Market Place

Crochet 10.30am-11.30am.

Exhibitions

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place, Batley

Batley Camera Club annual exhibition 2013, free.

Paintings by Ian Leadbeater

White Cloth Gallery, Aire Street, Leeds

Duffy Archive presents David Bowie

Set In Stone – the Stone Roses photography exhibition by Ian Tilton

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

Textures From My Travels, by Carol Curtis.

Huddersfield Art Gallery, Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield

Future Backgrounds by Gil Pasternak

West Yorkshire Print Workshop, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield

Six tales from the Brothers Grimm, print exhibition by David Hockney, 10.30am–3pm.

New Picture House, Dewsbury

Northern Landscapes, by Dewsbury artist Bruce Mulcahy, 10am-5pm, free.

PUBS AND CLUBS

Eastborough WMC, Battye Street, Dewsbury

Vince Shaw, male vocalist

The Taproom, Batley

Peculiar Blue. Free entry.

Millbridge WMC, Liversedge

Scott Richards, young male vocalist

Taste Cafe Bar, Northgate, Cleckheaton

Seventies night with the Joe Gallagher Noise, prizes for best fancy dress and retro buffets. Tickets £15.95 from the cafe or 01274 879977.

Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

Paper Aeroplanes

Cafe Lento, Leeds

Nik Svarc Trio

Cockpit, Leeds

Dodgy

Life In Film

Distrikt, Leeds

DJ Switch

Eiger Studios

Expelaires

New Roscoe, Leeds

Phoenix Rising

Packhorse

Leeds IndifferenT

Smokestack, Leeds

Nick Pride And The Pimptones

Snooty Fox, Wakefield

Nuclear Sushi

The Elbow Room, Leeds

The Psycho Strangers

THEATRES

Studio Theatre

Bradford 01274 432000

Cuckooland, with comedian Shazia Mirza

Grand Theatre and Howard Assembly Room

Leeds 0844 848 2705

Blood Brothers

Alhambra Theatre

Bradford 01274 432000

Soul Sister

St George’s Hall

Bradford 01274 432000

Moscow State Symphony Orchestra

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts

Halifax 01484 349422

Vin Garbutt

West Yorkshire Playhouse

Leeds 0113 213 7700

Sherlock Holmes: The Best Kept Secret

Rumpelstiltskin

TALKS

Heckmondwike Library

A Journalist’s Life, by Malcolm Haigh, 10.30am.

SATURDAY

community

Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds

The Frames: In the Deep Shade (15), 6pm. Tickets £4.50-£6.50.

National Media Museum, Bradford

Indian Cinema family festival. Book free activities on 0844 8563797.

EXHIBITIONS

Red House Museum, Oxford Road, Gomersal

Mary Taylor: Strong Minded Woman and Friend of Charlotte Bronte.

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place, Batley

Batley Camera Club annual exhibition 2013, free.

Paintings by Ian Leadbeater.

White Cloth Gallery, Aire Street, Leeds

Duffy Archive presents David Bowie.

Set In Stone – the Stone Roses photography exhibition by Ian Tilton

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

Textures From My Travels, by Carol Curtis.

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

William Scott

Sound and Light by Haroon Mirza

Huddersfield Art Gallery

Future Backgrounds by Gil Pasternak

West Yorkshire Print Workshop, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield

Six tales from the Brothers Grimm by David Hockney, 10.30am–3pm.

New Picture House, Dewsbury

Northern Landscapes, by Dewsbury artist Bruce Mulcahy, 10am-5pm, free. Painting demo, 10.30am-noon, £2. Painting workshop, 12.30pm-3pm, £6.

MUSIC

Leeds Town Hall

The Halle, Leeds Festival Chorus and Leeds Philharmonic Chorus and free pre-concert talk by Catherine Tackley, from 6.45pm. Tickets £16-£31.50. Ring 0113 2243801.

Leeds University

Slam Dunk Festival North. Tickets £34-£38 from www.slamdunkmusic.com.

PUBS AND CLUBS

Batley Irish Democratic League Club (Nash), Batley

Lizzi Brown, vocalist, 8.15pm.

Eastborough WMC, Battye Street, Dewsbury

Sister Sister, female vocal duo

Old Bank WMC, Mirfield

Stephanie King’s Stage Show

The Taproom, Batley

Dr Tid and the Triple Eights. Free entry

Comrades Club, Heckmondwike

Craig Anthony, vocal comedy entertainer, 8.30pm.

Millbridge WMC, Liversedge

Ruby Ruby, soft rock girl duo

The Central Club, Batley

Amy Thomas, vocal entertainer. Doors open 7pm.

Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

Besnard Lakes

Cockpit, Leeds

Hidden White Noise

Grove Inn, Leeds

Sophie Sweet and Her November Criminals

Munro House, Leeds

Howie Payne

New Roscoe, Leeds

The Prowlers

Royal Park Cellars, Leeds

Freeze The Atlantic

Snooty Fox, Wakefield

Puls

Stylus, Leeds

All Time Low

The Hop, Leeds

Dan Burnett

The Library, Leeds

Black Celebration

The Musiquarium, Leeds

The Skints

THEATRES

Grand Theatre

Leeds 0844 848 2705

Blood Brothers

Alhambra Theatre

Bradford 01274 432000

Soul Sister

St George’s Hall

Bradford 01274 432000

Shaolin Warriors: Return of the Master

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts

Halifax 01484 349422

The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds - a cappella English choral music

Lawrence Batley Theatre

Huddersfield 01484 430528

Star, by Goody and Storey and Mac Birmingham, for children aged two to five.

Flashdance, by Heavy Arts Theatre School.

Gilmore and Roberts.

West Yorkshire Playhouse

Leeds 0113 213 7700

Sherlock Holmes: The Best Kept Secret.

WALKS

Bring your binoculars!

North Kirklees Ramblers. Meet David at Brighouse Rail Station, CP HD6 1LE

(GR SE 147 224) for a 7.5 mile moderate walk, 10.30am. Ring 07790 480058.

SUNDAY

community

Royds Park, New Street, Cleckheaton

Spenborough Model Engineers’ Club model trains, 1pm-4.30pm.

Dewsbury Market, Cloth Hall Street

Dewsbury car bootless sale, 6am-noon.

National Media Museum, Bradford

Indian Cinema family festival. Book free activities on 0844 8563797.

Harewood House, Leeds

Medieval fair. Tickets £15. 0113 2181000.

New Picture House independent cinema, South Street, Dewsbury

Rust and Bone, 7.30pm. Tickets £4.

Fire Service Headquarters, Whitehall Road, Birkenshaw

Charity car boot sale. Cars £5, vans £7.50. Set up from 7.30am.

EXHIBITIONS

Red House, Oxford Road, Gomersal

Mary Taylor: Strong Minded Woman and Friend of Charlotte Bronte.

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

William Scott; Haroon Mirza

Huddersfield Art Gallery

Future Backgrounds by Gil Pasternak

New Picture House, Dewsbury

Northern Landscapes, by Dewsbury artist Bruce Mulcahy, 10am-5pm, free.

PUBS AND CLUBS

Comrades Club, Regent Street, Heckmondwike

Heckyfest, free, noon-11pm.

Batley Irish Nash

Karl Cooper, 1pm; Luther, 8.15pm.

Millbridge WMC, Liversedge

Indie vs Ska, 4pm-late. Entry £4 in aid of Kirkwood Hospice.

Central Club, Batley

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

Station Tavern, Cleckheaton

Analogue Bombs. Free, 8pm.

THEATRES

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts

Halifax 01484 349422

Star children’s play

Pavao String Quartet and Timothy West

Lawrence Batley Theatre

Huddersfield 01484 430528

Flashdance

St George’s Hall

Bradford 01274 432000

Black is Black

WALKS

Hightown and Roberttown

A 5.5 mile medium walk. Meet Susan at Heckmondwike Market, Blanket Hall Street, 1.30pm. Ring 07979 292781.