Get the latest scoop on concerts and gigs, festivals, family events and everything else that’s happening in Calderdale. Browse our events guide to discover what’s on today, what’s on this weekend, and more things to do this month.
Saturday 28th January until Saturday 15th April Calderdale Industrial Museum is Open Saturdays 10am - 4pm and also Thursdays in the School Holidays An exhibition of paintings by Howard Priestley.
Opening the Wardrobe - The History Wardrobe Collection of Lucy Adlington A unique exhibition celebrating women’s clothes and the stories they tell. This exclusive exhibition features highlights from the private
Celebrating all things hats! This new exhibition examines the style, function, and symbolism of headwear in British society. Showcasing highlights from the Museum collection and contemporary examples from Yorkshire milliners,
2.15pm A kaleidoscope of grand old prints depicting our “good old town” long ago. Beginning with 17th Century images of the Gibbet, David will move on to a Halifax panorama
Running time: 3hrs Teams of rhyming rivals from schools all over Calderdale go head-to-head at the Victoria Theatre Halifax to be crowned Slam Champion. Hosted by World Freestyle Rap Champion Rob Bradley,
8.30pm Our monthly jazz night & the only jazz night in Halifax, curated by Harry Stobart. Issey Chivers is one of the most exciting new vocal acts to hit the
Join us for another exceptional weekend of films, events, and special guests from 24th -26th March 2023, featuring a host of award-winning and critically-acclaimed international and homegrown films, including three
8.45pm Mock Tudors with support from GROW Tickets £11
8.30pm Recommended age: 16+ Tickets from: £13.25 Laugh your way into the weekend with the return of the Victoria Theatre Halifax's regular and hugely popular Dick & Liddy's Comedy Club. One
Diarist. Landowner. Lesbian. Traveller. There are a lot of ways to describe the dynamic Anne Lister. Visit the West Yorkshire History Centre, Wakefield, for a unique chance to see archival
Shibden Hall and Park will be open (Park open 24/7, but some facilities in the park, such as the café, railway, boating lake, have restricted hours). Tickets must be booked ahead for Shibden
Halifax Minster will be open for quiet reflection, and refreshments will be available.