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  1. As Seen on TV

    Halifax

    As Seen on TV

    Starting 15th Feb 2020
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    An exhibition celebrating the costumes of some of Britain’s best loved TV dramas including Downton Abbey, Pride and Prejudice, Poldark, Victoria an...
    An exhibition celebrating the costumes of some of Britain’s best loved TV dramas including Downton Abbey, Pride and Prejudice, Poldark, Victoria and many more. Alongside a new display of historic costumes from similar periods in the Fashion Gallery. FREE entry This exhibition runs from Saturday 15th February 2020 until Saturday 5th September 2020 .
  2. From New York to West Yorkshire

    Halifax

    From New York to West Yorkshire

    Starting 15th Feb 2020
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    A multimedia exhibition looking at hip-hop's impaact on Calderdale , including art, music, graffiti, unseen photgrpahs and eye witness accounts ...
    A multimedia exhibition looking at hip-hop's impaact on Calderdale , including art, music, graffiti, unseen photgrpahs and eye witness accounts Exhibition at Fletcher Mill, Dean Clough, Halifax.
  3. Anne Lister's Halifax: Mock Marriages & Effigy Burning

    Halifax

    Anne Lister's Halifax: Mock Marriages & Effigy Burning

    Starting 1st Apr 2020
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    2pm Anne Lister determined this would be a serious union, with Ann Walker moving into Shibden. Coal-mining and ‘Blue’ political door-stepping co...
    2pm Anne Lister determined this would be a serious union, with Ann Walker moving into Shibden. Coal-mining and ‘Blue’ political door-stepping continued. The 1835 Halifax contest became known as ‘the window-breaking election’. Immediately, ‘mock marriage’ announcements appeared in Yorkshire newspapers. Then in 1836, lurid tales reached Shibden of Anne and Ann being burnt in effigy down in Halifax. Who was behind these public jibes - and why? Walk leader: Jill Liddington. 2-hour circular afternoon walk with short readings from Female Fortune, and ends with tea, cake and Q&A in Halifax. There are some steep steps, walking boots or shoes are advised. Meet at 2pm in the Piece Hall by the Book Corner. HX1 1RE All walks must be pre-booked through Ticket Source [www.ticketsource.co.uk] and cost £5. Bookings open on Thursday 7th November; 8am for walks to 5th April and 2pm for the remainder of the programme. There will be a maximum of 35 per walk.
  4. Young Anne Lister in Halifax

    Halifax

    Young Anne Lister in Halifax SOLD OUT

    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.
  5. 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 det...
    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.
  6. Ascents of Wainhouse Tower

    Halifax

    Ascents of Wainhouse Tower

    Starting 13th Apr 2020
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    Climb the 403 steps of the internal spiral staircase to take in the fantastic views from this fabulously ornate 77 metre (253 foot) high Victorian ...
    Climb the 403 steps of the internal spiral staircase to take in the fantastic views from this fabulously ornate 77 metre (253 foot) high Victorian chimney! Opening Times: Wainhouse Tower is open from 10am, with the last ascent at 3.30pm and closing at 4pm, on the following dates in 2020: Easter Monday April 13th May Day Friday May 8th Spring Bank Monday May 25th August Bank Monday August 31st Adult £3.50 Children £2.50 Family ticket (2 Adults & 2 Children) £10 Adult Passport to Leisure Holders (PPL) £3 Child Passport to Leisure (PPL) £2
  7. Northowram Scarecrow Festival 2020

    Halifax

    Northowram Scarecrow Festival 2020

    Starting 8th May 2020
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    Friday 8th, Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th May 2020 There's fun for all the family at Northowram Village, Halifax, when the Scarecrow Festival retur...
    Friday 8th, Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th May 2020 There's fun for all the family at Northowram Village, Halifax, when the Scarecrow Festival returns over the May Bank holiday weekend. In addition to the Scarecrow Trail there's a Fun Dog Show, Bake Off, BBQ, Live Music, Raffle and Tombola.
  8. Anne Lister: Tenants, Trades & Tirades

    Halifax

    Anne Lister: Tenants, Trades & Tirades

    15th May 2020

    Take a walk around Southowram to the fringes of Anne Lister's Estate. Peer down into the 'Devil's Cauldron', visit bustling quarries and lonely far...
    Take a walk around Southowram to the fringes of Anne Lister's Estate. Peer down into the 'Devil's Cauldron', visit bustling quarries and lonely farmsteads. See the properties she owned, and learn more about her tenants. Sometimes helpful, sometimes fractious, hear what they got up to, their politics, professions, and how they interacted with their formidable landowner. Walk Leader: Steve Crabtree Meet at 2pm at Shibden Hall disabled carpark for a 2½ hour circular walk. Includes steep sections and rough and muddy ground. Good footwear is essential. HX3 6XG
  9. Martin Kemp Back to the 80s DJ Set

    Halifax

    Martin Kemp Back to the 80s DJ Set

    5th Jun 2020

    8.30pm

    The hottest 80s club night is coming to The Venue, Halifax on Friday 5th June 2020, when TV personality and star of Sp...

    8.30pm

    The hottest 80s club night is coming to The Venue, Halifax on Friday 5th June 2020, when TV personality and star of Spandau Ballet, Martin Kemp will be spinning the biggest and best hits of that decade!
     
    Early booking is essential for what is promised to be a pure ‘Gold’ night!

    This event is for over 14s only - No refunds will be issued for under 14s

    Tickets cost £28 and can be bought from The Old Bridge Inn, Ripponden or online here

    Ring Carly on 01422 822595 for more details.

  10. Halifax Charity Gala

    Halifax

    Halifax Charity Gala 2020

    13th Jun 2020

    Gala day for the Halifax Charity Gala 2020 is Saturday 13th June, as always at Manor Heath Park! Fun for all the family at this charity gala, w...
    Gala day for the Halifax Charity Gala 2020 is Saturday 13th June, as always at Manor Heath Park! Fun for all the family at this charity gala, with floats, rides and stalls. Official opening 1pm Gates open 11am The Grand Procession sets off from Eureka at 11:30am and makes its way through the town centre and onto Manor Heath Park. Ticket prices are £2 in advance and £4 on the day. Advance tickets can be bought from the places listed on the website www.halifaxgala.org.uk.
  11. Brodstock 2020

    Halifax

    Brodstock Music Festival 2020

    20th Jun 2020

    Woodhead Park, Hipperholme

    Gates open at 11.30am for Yorkshire’s biggest annual benefit concert which takes place right here in Ca...

    Woodhead Park, Hipperholme

    Gates open at 11.30am for Yorkshire’s biggest annual benefit concert which takes place right here in Calderdale. Since the first Brodstock in 2014 this award-winning, volunteer-run day has now raised over £100,000 for charity.

    Featuring over 10 hours of superb local musical talent as well as plenty for the kids to do it really is a great day out for the whole family. Plenty of bars, street food, stalls and dedicated areas for the little ones. Something for every age.

    In 2019 tickets sold out in less than an hour….. 3 months before the festival! Tickets go on sale in March and can only be purchased from the Old Brods rugby club. They are £15 each and all accompanied under 12s get free entry.

    This event is expected to sell out straight away so please don’t delay in getting your tickets. Only ticket holders will be able to gain entry on the day.

    Keep up to date with the Festival on Facebook and at the Festival's website .

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