What’s on this weekend

New Picture House Cinema, Dewsbury
New Picture House Cinema, Dewsbury

Don’t miss out – go out this weekend! Check out what’s happening and where in our fabulous what’s on guide.

FRIDAY

Community

New Picture House independent cinema, South Street, Dewsbury

Place Beyond The Pines. Doors 6.30pm. Visit www.newpicturehouse,.com or venue on the night for tickets, £4 (concs £3).

DRAMA AND STAGE

Dewsbury Artspace, Lower Peel Street

Dewsbury Arts Group presents Woman in Mind, 7.30pm. Tickets £9 (concs £8) from 01924 465647.

Leeds Arena

www.firstdirectarena.com

Jesus Christ Superstar

MUSIC

Cleckheaton town hall

Sixites Hit Parade Show with tribute acts, including the Everly Brothers and Billy Fury, 7.30pm. Tickets £12.50 from 01924 325401.

PUBS AND CLUBS

Alma Inn, Thornhill

Poker league, from 7.30pm.

The Taproom, Batley

Josh and Him, 8.30pm. Free entry.

Wickham Arms, Cleckheaton

The Superior Jazz Band, 8.30pm. Free.

Comrades Club, Heckmondwike

Crown of Lights acoustic night. Knife Shoes, Strung To The Sky, Steph Stephenson and Matt Bentley, Keystone Acoustic. Doors 8pm, free.

Millbridge WMC

The Snapp. Free entry.

Eastborough WMC

Jimmy Echo, guitar vocalist.

Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

Hayley Gaftarnick Band

Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall

Lauren Redhead

Cockpit

Blessthefall

Kiran Leonard

Eiger Studios, Leeds

Treason Kings

Fox and Newt, Leeds

Silence Blossoms

HEART, Leeds

Jameson and Hills

LMUSU, Leeds

Reckless Love

New Headingley Club, Leeds

Fusion

New Roscoe, Leeds

The Supermodels

Snooty Fox, Wakefield

The Zynx

The Library, Leeds

Carnabells

Wakefield Sports Club

Robert Castelli’s Boom Quartet

Warehouse 23, Wakefield

Hotter Than Hell

EXHIBITIONS

The Gallery at Revive

Day-By-Day Three Things I Pray by Beverley Addy

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place

On Leaving and Arriving: Ruth Robson

Andy Banks: A Retrospective

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

Folk at Play by Cath Everett

Creative Arts Hub, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield

Exhibition by Yorkshire Sculptors Group

Oakwell Hall, Birstall

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

Leeds City Museum

Through the Magic Mirror: The World of Anthony Browne

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

Post War British Sculpting and Painting

Roger Hiorns: Untitled (Youth)

In Focus: Albert Wainwright

THEATRES

Alhambra Theatre Bradford 01274 432000

Stage 84: High School Musical

City Varieties

Leeds 0113 243 0808

The Good Old Days

Lawrence Batley Theatre

Huddersfield 01484 430528

Oliver! by Longwood AOS

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts

Halifax 01484 349422

Accent on Song

Wakefield Theatre Royal

Wakefield 01924 211 311

Fusion

West Yorkshire Playhouse

Leeds 0113 213 7700

Sweeney Todd

SATURDAY

Community

New Picture House independent cinema, South Street, Dewsbury

Star Trek: Into Darkness. Family activities from 12.30pm, film 1.30pm. Visit www.newpicturehouse,.com or venue on the night for tickets, £4 (concs £3).

Dewsbury Museum, Crow Nest Park, Dewsbury

Batley Writers’ Group presents a poetry read-around, 1.30pm-3.30pm. Bring your own work or poems you like. The theme is autumn. Free. Contact Jenifer Devlin on 01924 464945 or jeniferd@tiscali.co.uk.

DRAMA AND STAGE

Dewsbury Artspace, Lower Peel Street

Dewsbury Arts Group presents Woman in Mind, 7.30pm. Tickets £9 (concs £8) from 01924 465647.

Cleckheaton town hall

From Broadway to Disney, in aid of the European Dog Rescue Group. Tickets £9-£11 from 01924 324501.

MUSIC

Salvation Army Hall, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield

Mirfield Choral Society performs Tom Jones by Edward German, 7.30pm. Tickets £8 on the door.

St Jude’s Church, Halifax

All Souls’ Amateur Operatic Society present Accent on Song, a varied programme including John Rutter’s Look at the World, Howard Goodall’s The Lord is my Shepherd, and favourites from the musicals. Tickets £9 from ticket hotline 01484 717934.

PUBS AND CLUBS

The Taproom, Batley

Tax Loss, 8.30pm. Free entry.

Millbridge WMC

Boy girl duo Giant, plus light show.

Comrades Club, Regent Street, Heckmondwike

Male vocalist John Fitzpatrick, 8.30pm.

Old Bank WMC

Blue Ice (male/female duo)

Central Club Batley

Vocal entertainer Rosanna Jane

Eastborough WMC

Neil Kaye,guitar vocalist.

Soothill WMC

The Scratch Band, playing music from the 1950s to today, 8pm-midnight. Free admission.

EXHIBITIONS

Red House Museum, Oxford Road, Gomersal

Through The Rainbow glass making

The Gallery at Revive

Day-By-Day Three Things I Pray by Beverley Addy

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place

On Leaving and Arriving: Ruth Robson

Andy Banks: A Retrospective

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

Folk at Play by Cath Everett

Creative Arts Hub, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield

Exhibition by Yorkshire Sculptors Group

Oakwell Hall, Birstall

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

Leeds City Museum

Through the Magic Mirror: The World of Anthony Browne

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

Post War British Sculpting and Painting

Roger Hiorns: Untitled (Youth)

In Focus: Albert Wainwright

Theatres

Alhambra Theatre Bradford 01274 432000

Stage 84: High School Musical

City Varieties

Leeds 0113 243 0808

The Good Old Days

Lawrence Batley Theatre

Huddersfield 01484 430528

Oliver! by Longwood AOS

3D Recycled Story Art

Cellar Folk: Roger Davies

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts

Halifax 01484 349422

Opera Appetizers

St George’s Hall

Bradford 01274 432000

Bradfactor Grand Final 2013

Victoria Theatre, Halifax

01422 351158

An Evening of Dirty Dancing: The Tribute Show

Wakefield Theatre Royal

Wakefield 01924 211 311

Fusion

West Yorkshire Playhouse

Leeds 0113 213 7700

Sweeney Todd

My Generation

Leeds Town Hall

Leeds 0113 2243801

Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio

SUNDAY

Community

Crow Nest Park, Dewsbury

The Yorkshire Thoroughbred Car Club’s autumn show, 11am-4pm. Free. Contact Denis Ripley on 01924 464945 or at denis.ripley@lineone.net.

MUSIC

Clothworkers’ Centenary Concert Hall, University of Leeds

Family concert: Heroes and Villains with baritone Philip Wilcox, soprano Aimee Toshney and pianist Ewan Gildford, 3pm. Adults £6, U16s and full-time students free. Visit www.leeds.ac.uk/music/concerts to book tickets.

PUBS AND CLUBS

Batley Working Men’s Club

Bingo 2pm-5pm and 1950s and 1960s night, 8pm.

Central Club Batley

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

WALKS

Norwood Green and Middle Ox Heys

With North Kirklees Ramblers. Meet at 11am at Bridle-Stile car park, Wade House Road, Shelf, HX3 7NW, for a 5.5 mile medium walk. Ring John on 0113 238 3965.

EXHIBITIONS

Red House Museum, Oxford Road, Gomersal

Through The Rainbow glass making

Oakwell Hall, Birstall

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

Leeds City Museum

Through the Magic Mirror: The World of Anthony Browne

Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

Post War British Sculpting and Painting

Roger Hiorns: Untitled (Youth)

In Focus: Albert Wainwright

Theatres

City Varieties

Leeds 0113 243 0808

Alexei Sayle

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts

Halifax 01484 349422

Verch Band.