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  1. Halifax Chamber Choir

    Halifax

    Halifax Chamber Choir - 'Gems of European Sacred Music'

    25th Jan 2020

    7.30pm Halifax Chamber Choir is giving a concert in St. Jude’s Parish Church, Free School Lane, Halifax on Saturday 25th January at 7.30pm. The ...
    7.30pm Halifax Chamber Choir is giving a concert in St. Jude’s Parish Church, Free School Lane, Halifax on Saturday 25th January at 7.30pm. The programme, Gems of European Sacred Music, features music by Monteverdi, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Bruckner and Faure including Faure’s well-known Cantique de Jean Racine, Monteverdi’s Beatus Vir and Cesar Franck’s Panis Angelicus. Halifax Chamber Choir, formerly known as Halifax Madrigal Society, has been performing in Halifax over 120 years. Since 2015 the choir has been directed by Aljosa Skorja (Josh), young Slovenian conductor and musicologist and winner of the London Classical Soloists’ 2015 Conducting Competition. For this concert the choir is accompanied by the organist Professor David Baker, Director of the Halifax Organ Academy and tutor with the RCO/St Giles International Organ School. Admission at the door is £10, concessions £8 and full-time students £1
  2. Whistle Stop Opera - The Marriage of Figaro

    Halifax

    Whistle Stop Opera - The Marriage of Figaro

    7th Mar 2020

    Whistle Stop Opera presents a 45-minute whistle stop tour of Mozart's playful opera, The Marriage of Figaro. Be entertained by four professional op...
    Whistle Stop Opera presents a 45-minute whistle stop tour of Mozart's playful opera, The Marriage of Figaro. Be entertained by four professional opera singers and an accordionist in a show packed with mistaken identity, misunderstanding and comic twists. This is the perfect chance to experience the magic of opera! 7.30pm Tickets £10, available by telephoning 01422 849227 or via www.theviaducttheatre.co.uk
  3. Young Anne Lister in Halifax

    Halifax

    Young Anne Lister in Halifax

    Starting 2nd Apr 2020
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    View the house where Anne lived as a girl, with buildings and locations in Halifax associated with her earlier years. Learn about her early schooli...
    View the house where Anne lived as a girl, with buildings and locations in Halifax associated with her earlier years. Learn about her early schooling in the town, her private tutor, and her point of departure on stagecoach journeys. Where did her earliest girlfriend live; and where did she buy her blank diaries? Also, see the home and bank of Christopher Rawson, and a filming location from Gentleman Jack. [Building exteriors only] Walk Leader: David Glover. This is a circular walk of 2½ hours. Some sections are fairly steep. Meet at 2pm at Range Bank, junction with Portland Road, HX3 6LB. Dogs on leads welcome.
  4. Anne Lister's Shibden: Marriage, Mining & Money

    Halifax

    Anne Lister's Shibden: Marriage, Mining & Money

    Starting 2nd Apr 2020
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    With Ann Walker now living at Shibden, Anne Lister began to realize her coal-mining ambitions. This walk passes by the moss house where her determi...
    With Ann Walker now living at Shibden, Anne Lister began to realize her coal-mining ambitions. This walk passes by the moss house where her determined courtship began. It climbs steadily up Pump Lane, then curves round by Walker Pit - sunk in 1835 and named in honour of Ann. By 1836 Anne Lister's aggrandisement of Shibden's magnificent grounds could begin to take shape. Walk leader: Jill Liddington. A 2½ hour circular afternoon walk, with one steep ascent, ending with tea, cake & Q&A. Meet at 2pm outside Meerside Café, HX3 6XG. Dogs on leads welcome.
  5. Sophie Rundle as Ann Walker, Image by BBC Lookout Point

    Halifax

    Calderdale Heritage Walk: Ann Walker's Lightcliffe SOLD OUT

    Starting 4th Apr 2020
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    When John Walker died in Naples in 1830 on his honeymoon, his sisters Elizabeth & Ann inherited a large estate in Lightcliffe and became very wealt...
    When John Walker died in Naples in 1830 on his honeymoon, his sisters Elizabeth & Ann inherited a large estate in Lightcliffe and became very wealthy. Within two years Ann had become the companion of Anne Lister. We walk round part of the estate, viewing Cliffe Hill House and the site of Crow Nest Mansion where Ann lived. We finish in the churchyard where she is buried together with other members of her family, employees and tenants (including the one not eaten by a pig). This is a 2 hour circular walk, mainly on pavements with just a short walk across a footpath. Dogs on leads welcome. Walk leader: Ian Philp Meet by the tower in the churchyard at 2pm. HX3 8TH
  6. Halifax International Market

    Halifax

    Halifax International Market

    Starting 16th Apr 2020
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    The award-winning International Village Market will be returning to Halifax again with traders from around the globe set up along Corn Market, Russ...
    The award-winning International Village Market will be returning to Halifax again with traders from around the globe set up along Corn Market, Russel Street & Southgate. Just some of the tasty treats which will be drawing in visitors include Greek delicacy including Gyros, Souvlaki, and Greek pies, a Traditional German Schwenkgrill selling Bratwurst and Currywurst, mouth-watering French crepes and Galettes, Catalan cuisine Tapas and Paella; Pofitjes, the famous Dutch mini pancakes and even Ostrich and Kangaroo burgers so hop along and try some of the great street foods on offer. Wander amongst the wonderful aromas, sights and sounds of a true International Market. As well as International street food there will be some great fresh foods on sale including olives, baklava, dried fruit and nuts. If you're after something sweet, the French Patisserie is a must, offering the finest pastries that are perfect as a treat - after all the burgers, sausages, pancakes, ice cream and freshly baked Macaroons…. But it’s not all about food as we have some great craft and gift stalls including some fantastic jewellery made from recycled silver cutlery; South American jewellery and knitwear, handmade amber, crystal and gemstone jewellery and of course the famous Dutch Market Garden where you can wander through a huge collection of shrubs, bulbs, beautiful plants and trees with some great garden ornaments. And if it all gets too much and you want to take a break sit and relax in our very own Continental Street Bar where you can try some great continental beers and wine.
  7. Halifax Agricultural Show

    Halifax

    Halifax Agricultural Show 2020

    8th Aug 2020

    Saturday 8th August 2020 The Halifax Agricultural Show is the largest of its kind in the local region and offers something for everyone. Far...
    Saturday 8th August 2020 The Halifax Agricultural Show is the largest of its kind in the local region and offers something for everyone. Farm and domestic animals will be shown, there's local produce, flowers, fruit & vegetables and crafts with entertainment such as showjumping, vintage vehicles, farmer's markets, stalls and demonstrations. The timetable of events and ticket prices will be confirmed closer to the date.

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