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Don’t miss a thing this weekend with our comprehensive what’s on guide.

FRIDAY

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Heath Cottage, Wakefield Road, Dewsbury

Psychic night with Susan Bell. Doors open 7pm, show starts 7.30pm. Tickets £10 on the door or in advance from 019524 504472.

DRAMA AND STAGE

Batley Town Hall

Secondary Cause of Death, by Millennium Stage Productions, 7.30pm. Tickets £5-£8.50 from 01484 223200 or www.kirklees.gov.uk/townhalls.

EXHIBITIONS

Dewsbury Town Hall

Dewsbury Arts Group annual exhibition featuring a special exhibition of work by Vivienne A Brown, 11am-4pm. Free entry.

Oakwell Hall, Birstall

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

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place, Batley

Mosaic. A lively and varied collection of artwork by schoolchildren and adults from local arts groups on the theme of change.

Ruth Robson: On Leaving and Arriving.

West Yorkshire Print Workshop, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield

Prints by Leicestershire-based artist Serena Smith.

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

Something Else by Scholes Art Group tutor Chris Rouse.

Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park, Heckmondwike Road, Dewsbury

Don’t Do It Mother, Batley School of Art’s second year BA(hons) Fine Art students’ annual exhibition.

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

William Scott

Sound and Light by Haroon Mirza

Leeds City Museum

Sketches and drawings by Ronald Pawson (1916-1977)

PUBS AND CLUBS

Station Tavern, Cleckheaton

Ska Reggae bands the Olive Branch and Little Baby Cheeses, from 7pm.

Eastborough WMC

Female singer Emma Dale

Millbridge WMC

1970s and 80s theme night

Bulls Head, Ravensthorpe

Almost Pink, Pink tribute act, 7pm until late. Tickets £5.

The Taprooms, Batley

Rum Doodle

Alma Inn, Thornhill

Poker league, from 7.30pm.

Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

Introducinglive

Cockpit, Leeds

Sylvain Sylvain

Raglans

Fenton, Leeds

Racket Ball

New Roscoe, Leeds

The Chasing Dark

Royal Park Cellars, Leeds

Eviscerate Carnage

Snooty Fox, Wakefield

Lorenza Woods

The Highwood, Leeds

Juke Box Jive

The Library, Leeds

Jack’s aTTic

Warehouse 23, Wakefield

The Solicitors

THEATRES

Alhambra Theatre

Bradford 01274 432000

Dreamboats and Petticoats

Carriageworks

Leeds 0113 224 3801

Churchill

Grand Theatre and Howard Assembly Room

Leeds 0844 848 2705

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

SATURDAY

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Green Park, Heckmondwike

Heckyfest. Live music from 18 bands plus family entertainment, noon-10pm.

Co-operative Childcare, Heckmondwike Road, Dewsbury

Summer fair and open day with fire service, stalls, bouncy castle, face painting and more, 10am-2pm.

DRAMA AND STAGE

Batley Town Hall

Secondary Cause of Death, by Millennium Stage Productions, 7.30pm. Tickets £5-£8.50 from 01484 223200.

EXHIBITIONS

Dewsbury Town Hall

Dewsbury Arts Group annual exhibition featuring work by Vivienne A Brown, 11am-4pm. Free entry.

Oakwell Hall, Birstall

Dewsbury Photographic Group. Free exhibition but hall entry charges apply.

Red House Museum, Gomersal

Through The Rainbow. An exhibition showcasing stain glass making.

Batley Art Gallery

Mosaic. Artwork by schoolchildren and adults on the theme of change.

Ruth Robson: On Leaving and Arriving.

West Yorkshire Print Workshop, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield

Prints by Leicestershire-based artist Serena Smith.

Leeds City Museum

Sketches and drawings by Ronald Pawson (1916-1977).

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

William Scott.

Sound and Light by Haroon Mirza.

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

Something Else by Scholes Art Group tutor Chris Rouse.

Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park, Heckmondwike Road, Dewsbury

Don’t Do It Mother, Batley School of Art’s second year BA(hons) Fine Art students’ annual exhibition.

PUBS AND CLUBS

Old Bank WMC, Old Bank Road, Mirfield

Female vocal duo Ruby Ruby

Comrades Club, Heckmondwike

One man cabaret show by James Brandon, 8.30pm.

Hartshead Moor WMC, Halifax Road, Hartshead Moor

Hog roast with bouncy castle, barbecue, tombola, from 2pm.

Eastborough WMC

Harmony Beat

Millbridge WMC

Raggy Dolls vocal harmony trio

Central Club, Batley

Male vocalist Scott Richards, 7pm.

The Taprooms, Batley

Jade Helliwell and David Tattersall, 8.30pm, free.

Alma Inn, Thornhill

Open mic night

TALKS

Bagshaw Museum, Wilton Park, Batley

Wish You Were Here, seaside clothes and swimwear by The History Wardrobe. Tickets £12.50, booking essential, ring 01924 326155.

THEATRES

Alhambra Theatre

Bradford 01274 432000

Dreamboats and Petticoats

Carriageworks

Leeds 0113 224 3801

Churchill

City Varieties

Leeds 0113 243 0808

Platinum Hit Makers Tour

Grand Theatre and Howard Assembly Room

Leeds 0844 848 2705

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Lawrence Batley Theatre

Huddersfield 01484 430528

All That Jazz 5 by Adele Taylor School of Dance

WALKS

Tong Circular

With North Kirklees Ramblers. Meet at 10.30am at Keeper Lane, Tong, BD4 0RS, for a 7.5 mile medium walk. Ring Norma on 01274 685 343.

Gargrave and East Morton

B walk with Dewsbury and District Ramblers. Meet walk leaders Norman and Maureen Dewhirst at Link Road, Dewsbury, 9.30am.

SUNDAY

COMMUNITY

Dewsbury Market, Cloth Hall Street

Dewsbury car bootless sale, 9am-noon.

Red House Museum, Gomersal

Garden of Delights, 1pm-4pm. Free but entry charge into house.

Cleckheaton Cricket Club, Moorend, Cleckheaton

Gala, noon-6pm, free.

Oakwell Hall, Nutter Lane, Birstall

Craft demonstrations, 1pm-4pm.

Red House Museum, Gomersal

Summer mystery quiz. Free event, but normal house entry charge applies.

Ings Grove House, Mirfield

Summer fete. Stalls, tombola, raffle, games, refreshments, from 2pm.

EXHIBITIONS

Oakwell Hall, Birstall

Dewsbury Photographic Group. Free but hall admission charges apply.

Red House Museum, Gomersal

Through The Rainbow.

Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park, Heckmondwike Road

Don’t Do It Mother. Batley School of Art’s second year BA(hons) Fine Art students’ annual exhibition.

Leeds City Museum

Sketches and drawings by Ronald Pawson (1916-1977).

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

William Scott.

Sound and Light by Haroon Mirza.

MUSIC

Red House Museum, Gomersal

Brass in the Gardens with Yorkshire Traction Honley Band, 2pm-4pm.

PUBS AND CLUBS

Central Club, Batley

Afternoon Jazz with Reg Hargreaves Trio and singer, 1pm-3.30pm, free.

The Orangery, Wakefield.

Big Gig live. Ranjani Jayaraman, Paula Ryan and Ali Bullivent, 2.30pm-4.15pm.

THEATRES

Grand Theatre

Leeds 0844 848 2705

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Lawrence Batley Theatre

Huddersfield 01484 430528

All That Jazz 5

WALKS

Baslow

With Dewsbury and District Ramblers. walk. Meet at Wellington Road car park, Dewsbury, 9am.