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  1. Historical Halifax Slideshow

    Halifax

    Historical Halifax Slideshow

    13th Sep 2018

    7pm Art & photography exhibition including sculpture, to be held over the Friday, Saturday & Sunday of the first weekend. The exhibition will...
    7pm Art & photography exhibition including sculpture, to be held over the Friday, Saturday & Sunday of the first weekend. The exhibition will be held in both the Gundog function space and on the first floor of 43 Crown Street. FREE entry
  2. Anne Lister Halifax Minster Tours

    Halifax

    Anne Lister Halifax Minster Tours

    Starting 13th Sep 2018
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    Enjoy a one hour walking tour of Halifax Minster to discover more about its comnnections to Anne Lister, 'Gentlerman Jack' of Shibden Hall. ...

    Enjoy a one hour walking tour of Halifax Minster to discover more about its comnnections to Anne Lister, 'Gentlerman Jack' of Shibden Hall. 

    • The font where Anne was baptised
    • The place where she was buried
    • Learn about her damaged tombstone
    • Hear about her ancestors and friends 

    Tours take place at 2pm on Thursday 13th and Friday September 2018

    Tickets £5  from EventBrite 

  3. Anne Lister Talk by David Glover

    Halifax

    Shibden Hall & Anne Lister Talk by David Glover

    14th Sep 2018

    7pm at Halifax Minster

    Hear about the amazing story of Shibden Hall, including the fascinating life of Anne 'Gentleman Jack' Lister, in ...

    7pm at Halifax Minster

    Hear about the amazing story of Shibden Hall, including the fascinating life of Anne 'Gentleman Jack' Lister, in the very building where many of the Listers worshipped and lie buried!

    A fully illustrated presentation by David Glover, President of the Halifax Antiquarian Society.

    Tickets £5  

  4. Teletubbies Live!

    Halifax

    Teletubbies Live!

    15th Sep 2018

    10am The Teletubbies’ first ever theatre show created especially for your little ones is here! Join Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po in a show...
    10am The Teletubbies’ first ever theatre show created especially for your little ones is here! Join Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po in a show full of love and laughter as they explore the magical world of Teletubbyland. Look out for the Tubby Phone, Noo-noo and the Sun Baby in a fun, bright and safe world which captures young children’s imaginations and encourages them to explore the world around them. Join in and enjoy beloved features from the TV series along with brand new songs. Tickets: from £15.75
  5. The Blondin Gala at The Piece Hall

    Halifax

    The Blondin Gala at The Piece Hall

    15th Sep 2018

    6.30pm - 10.30pm Don’t miss this closing summer spectacle The Blondin Gala - a celebration of the historic event when in 1861 international sens...
    6.30pm - 10.30pm Don’t miss this closing summer spectacle The Blondin Gala - a celebration of the historic event when in 1861 international sensation Blondin completed a tightrope walk across The Piece Hall. The Bullzini Family will recreate this great high wire feat for this specially commissioned show for the big occasion. The lead performers are Chris and Phoebe Bullzini, who have worked together for over seven years as wire walkers and are the only UK couple to have tied the knot while on the wire. The Gala will feature an array of artists and performances for the audience to explore, including side show curiosities, vaudeville style street theatre, circus acts and magic to make this an evening to remember. The programme includes: The Bullzini Famiy, Mark Mark, George Orange, Norvil & Josephine, Copperdollar, Artizani, Ian Marchant, Matt Bernard, Madame Zuccinni, Mat Ricardo and Circus 250 Caravan Alongside the entertainment there will also be a host of food and drink pop-ups with belly-warming options and some circus style treats. This event forms part of the nationwide Circus250 celebrations and is over the Heritage Open Days Weekend. There will be a programme of Heritage and Learning workshops of circus based fun to get involved with during the daytime. TICKETS General Admission Ticket £12 General Admission (four people) £42 Balcony Ticket £20 (allows access to the balcony levels to watch the show along with the balcony bar and toilets) Children under 2 years go free
  6. Halifax Heritage Music Trail Guided Tours

    Halifax

    Halifax Music Heritage Trail Guided Tours

    16th Sep 2018

    Sunday 16th September, 2pm Meet at the Grayston Unity, 1-3 Wesley Court Halifax (By the Town Hall steps) Halifax has a surprising and quite ...
    Sunday 16th September, 2pm Meet at the Grayston Unity, 1-3 Wesley Court Halifax (By the Town Hall steps) Halifax has a surprising and quite amazing music history. From Dusty Springfield, Shirley Bassey, Rod Stewart, Iggy Pop to Joy Division, Pulp, The Cure, The Jacksons, The Stone Roses, James, The Waterboys, Florence + the Machine; the list of artists who have played the town is long and diverse. The trail is being relaunched in June with new plaques and updated map, leaflet and website. The tour on July 1st is one of only a couple of guided tours this year . £5 per person. Get your tickets from The Grayston Unity or pay on the day.
  7. Orchestra of Square Chapel

    Halifax

    Orchestra of Square Chapel: Autumn Concert

    16th Sep 2018

    7:30pm at Red Brick Auditorium Tickets: £12 (£10 concessions) Orchestra of Square Chapel is the resident orchestra at Square Chapel Arts Cent...
    7:30pm at Red Brick Auditorium Tickets: £12 (£10 concessions) Orchestra of Square Chapel is the resident orchestra at Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax. A mixture of professional, semi-professional and gifted amateur players, the orchestra has a reputation for exciting and varied programming. The orchestra also has a long tradition of supporting gifted local players by offering them solo work at an early stage in their career, and we are delighted to welcome clarinetist Sara Gibson to play Weber’s dazzling Concerto No. 1. The concert also features Schubert’s delightful Symphony No. 3, and Beethoven’s 2nd Symphony. Schubert: Symphony No. 3 Weber: Clarinet Concerto No. 1 (soloist: Sara Gibson) Beethoven: Symphony No. 2
  8. They Designed Lightcliffe

    Halifax

    Calderdale Heritage Walk: They Designed Lightcliffe

    16th Sep 2018

    Looking at some interesting local buildings of differing styles - many were the work of local architects who also designed public buildings and wor...
    Looking at some interesting local buildings of differing styles - many were the work of local architects who also designed public buildings and workers’ housing in this area. Meet John Brooke at 2.15 pm by The Old Church Dental Practice on A58 Whitehall Rd, 600 yards east of Hipperholme crossroads. HX3 8NT
  9. Young Philharmonia

    Halifax

    Young Philharmonia of Square Chapel

    17th Sep 2018

    8:30pm at Red Brick Auditorium Square Chapel's very own youth chamber orchestra returns with music making of inspirational ebullience.
    8:30pm at Red Brick Auditorium Square Chapel's very own youth chamber orchestra returns with music making of inspirational ebullience.
  10. Old Photos of Halifax Part 7

    Halifax

    Illustrated Historical Talk: Old Photos of Halifax Part 7

    19th Sep 2018

    Wednesday 19th September 2pm, Square Chapel Centre for the Arts Tickets: £5 Yet another fascinating collection of David's rare old Halifax i...
    Wednesday 19th September 2pm, Square Chapel Centre for the Arts Tickets: £5 Yet another fascinating collection of David's rare old Halifax images! Beginning with views of Southgate in the 1890s, we move to internal views of Halifax banks and shops of the same era. Lost houses shown include Beech Hill and Broomfield, both homes of Joseph Crossley; plus the buildings of the first Halifax railway station at Shay Syke. Then, long vanished properties in Winding Road are featured, with the erection and demolition of the Elizabeth Shed at Dean Clough. Not to be missed!
  11. Bat Evening on the Shibden Estate

    Halifax

    Bat Evening on the Shibden Estate

    19th Sep 2018

    7.30pm Meet Batman and Robin at the Mereside café/meeting room at 19.30 for a talk followed by a walk around Shibden Park looking for bats and o...
    7.30pm Meet Batman and Robin at the Mereside café/meeting room at 19.30 for a talk followed by a walk around Shibden Park looking for bats and other creatures of the night. No dogs on this walk, please. Parking available in Shibden Park main car park. Bring a torch and warm clothes. Contact Robin Dalton 0771 286 7619 for further details. Free of charge. Session ends around 21.00.
  12. The Dressing Room

    Halifax

    Cannon and Ball in the Dressing Room

    20th Sep 2018

    7.30pm Touring by public demand, the hilarious comedy play, written by Bobby Ball, that combines sitcom and variety with some outstanding and me...
    7.30pm Touring by public demand, the hilarious comedy play, written by Bobby Ball, that combines sitcom and variety with some outstanding and memorable stand up comedy from Cannon and Ball (“ITV’s Last Laugh In Vegas”) and Johnny Casson. A whole night of truly great comedy entertainment! We start in the dressing room as we hear the behind-scenes and show-biz stories as they are waiting to go on stage at a run-down theatre where TOMMY CANNON and BOBBY BALL find themselves involved in the crazy goings-on of compère STU FRANCIS and fellow comic JOHNNIE CASSON, as they take to the stage for their individual stage acts. So get ready to get your “hankies" out to wipe away tears of laughter. Suitable for all the family!
  13. Bats on the Escarpment

    Halifax

    Bats on the Escarpment

    21st Sep 2018

    7pm Meet Chris Sutcliffe in the middle of Albert Promenade at 19.00 for a short walk around the woods hunting for bats and other nocturnal wildl...
    7pm Meet Chris Sutcliffe in the middle of Albert Promenade at 19.00 for a short walk around the woods hunting for bats and other nocturnal wildlife. No dogs on this walk, please. Please bring a torch. Free of charge. Session ends around 21.00.
  14. Breaking Tradition - Quest

    Halifax

    Breaking Tradition - Quest

    21st Sep 2018

    7.30pm Breaking Tradition, the UK's leading folk and hip hop dance company, comes together with award-winning folk powerhouse 'The Demon Barbers...
    7.30pm Breaking Tradition, the UK's leading folk and hip hop dance company, comes together with award-winning folk powerhouse 'The Demon Barbers' to invite families, gamers and live music & dance lovers of all ages on an unforgettable adventure. When Kai’s sister disappears it’s down to him to find her, but should he be looking in the real world? Or somewhere else… QUEST ventures inside an extraordinary computer game world fusing morris, clog and sword dance with popping, locking, breaking and martial arts to the beat of new songs and traditional melodies with an electronic edge to create a rousing family show.
  15. Dracula - Welcome to D's

    Halifax

    Dracula - Welcome to D's

    23rd Sep 2018

    7.30pm Where else would you find Dracula other than running an elegant cabaret club, complete with dancing vampires? Chantry Dance Company br...
    7.30pm Where else would you find Dracula other than running an elegant cabaret club, complete with dancing vampires? Chantry Dance Company brings you a mesmerizing new ballet for 2018. A re-imagining of the classic vampire fantasy, and inspired by Bram Stoker's novel, Chantry's unique version of Dracula will leave you spell-bound and captivated by this timeless love story, set against a Victorian steampunk backdrop. You are very welcome at D's...in fact some people love it so much, they never leave. Featuring SHANNON PARKER as Lucy. Shannon is former Principal Artist with San Francisco Ballet and Northern Ballet Theatre. She has also been seen with pas de deux partner, Peter Parker, on Sky TV's "Got to Dance" and "Britain's Got Talent" as a finalist and Wild Card winner. DRACULA - Welcome to D's is choreographed by Rae Piper and Paul Chantry, who are known for their work on the Olivier Award nominated production of David Walliams' 'Gangsta Granny', as well as the 'Horrible Histories' stage shows.
  16. Bats in the Belfry

    Halifax

    Bats in the Belfry

    25th Sep 2018

    Meet Calderdale Countryside & Woodland staff and a member of St John's Church, Coley (between Shelf & Hipperholme), at 7.15pm to learn more about b...
    Meet Calderdale Countryside & Woodland staff and a member of St John's Church, Coley (between Shelf & Hipperholme), at 7.15pm to learn more about bats and nocturnal wildlife that live in the local area. Outdoor session, including a short walk across fields with gates & stiles. Torches & warm clothing required. Free of charge.

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