Square Chapel's Autumn Season

Square Chapel's Autumn Season

It’s here! Square Chapel’s new 'Cornerstone' building is open and their new Autumn season has launched.  The new space is an awe-inspiring - light, airy yet welcoming, cosy and filled with artistry and heritage. 

To celebrate the opening, the team at Square Chapel have put together an adventurous, fun filled autumn programme. Here’s just a snapshot of some of the things to see.

Launch Weekend

Friday 8 - Sunday 10 September

Square Chapel’s official launch season kicks off with a visit from the international, award-winning, Smashed. Local songwriter Roger Davies will delight audiences with signature songs as well as new material and not forgetting, lots of giant fun and storytelling for the little ones. We are also very excited to welcome to Square Chapel, Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy & John Sampson.


Wednesday 6 September

That familiar voice, face and name, Pam Ayres who has been making the nation laugh for more than 40 years is coming to Square Chapel on 6th September for one night only!


Friday 22nd September

Welcomes Arthur Smith, comedian, writer and broadcaster and all-round British institution.


Thursday 19 October, 7.30pm

Join Mikron on a hike through the history of hostelling, featuring musical numbers and comedy throughout. This is definitely not one to miss.

★★★★ Yorkshire Post


Saturday 21 October, 7pm

Following their hugely popular and critically acclaimed English language re-imaginings of operas including La Bohème and Don Giovanni, OperaUpClose take on Mozart’s classic The Magic Flute, re-inventing the opera in fabulous new robes for the era of Trump and recessions “OperaUpClose are leading an artistic revolution - Sunday Times”


Sunday 26 November, 7.30pm

Welcomes Willy Russell (Blood Brothers, Educating Rita) and George Costigan (Happy Valley, Rita, Sue and Bob, too) for an evening of readings, stories and more!


For all of the above and much, much more download the latest autumn brochure

Published at 31 Jul 2017 | Posted by Square Chapel Centre for the Arts