Exchange Arts Centre, Russell Street, Keighley

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Rave rock rap juggernaut China Shop Bull (March 4); all-day folk rock festival with Leatherat, Blackballed, Ed Stones & The BD3, Black Horse Fairy, Howlin’ Johnny and Foxes Faux

New Variety Club, Russell Street, Keighley

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Northern soul night with the Lancashire’s Soul Survivors guest DJs (February 11, April 8, May 29, 8pm)

Pennington’s Octagon, Bradford Road, Keighley

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The Blues Band (tomorrow); Showaddywaddy tribute band Shomaddymaddy (February 24); Keighley Blues Live presents Willie And The Bandits (March 3) and Mike Sanchez (March 24); Bay City Rollers tribute Shang-A-Lang (March 31)

Baccapipes Folk Club

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Singers nights (tomorrow); Poetry Night (February 17); British folk hero Steve Turner (February 24)

Bingley Arts Centre

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Peter Frank And The Dixieland All Stars perform in aid of Manorlands (March 24)


Oakworth Methodist Church

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Pantomime adventure Sinbad The Sailor (February 18-25)

Brontë Parsonage Museum, Haworth

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Year of events to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Branwell Brontë, and year-long exhibitions Mansions In The Sky curated by poet Simon Armitage, and To Walk Invisible photos, costumes and props (daily)

Bingley Arts Centre

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Bingley Little Theatre in Sutton Vane drama Outward Bound (February 27 to March 4); studio plays A Rewarding Affair and Cupboard Love (February 25/26); Spotlight Stage School (March 9-11


West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds

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Radical new version of George Bernard Shaw’s classic comedy Pygmalion (until February 25); family show Babe The Sheep Pig (Wednesday to February 18);

Alhambra Theatre, Bradford

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Comedian Omid Djalili (tomorrow); Bradford Dance Network brings young people and professionals together for Exchanges (Saturday); Ben Portsmouth is Elvis Presley in tribute show The King Is Back (February 18); Alexander Burke in musical Sister Act (February 20-25

Bradford Cathedral

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Pianist Jennifer Hughes and violinist Emily Sun (March 10); European Union Chamber Orchestra with Bradford Cathedral Choir (April 7)

King’s Hall, Ilkley

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Sixties band Gerry And The Pacemakers with Karen Lee Burnett (February 21); comedian and musician John Shuttleworth (February 27); You Got A Friend, The Music Of James Taylor and Carole King (March 3); comedian Count Arthur Strong (March 4); The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show for children (March 16)

Grand Theatre, Leeds

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Opera North in dark fairytales The Snow Maiden, Hansel And Gretel and Cinderella (until February 25); acclaimed drama The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time (February 28 to March 4); Northern Ballet in Casanova (March 11-18); musical La Cage Aux Folles (March 20-25)

Colne Municipal Hall

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Soul Night (Saturday); Cirque du Hilarious (Sunday); drama The Accidental Death Of An Anarchist (February 22-25); Manchester Camerata play Classics With A Twist (March 5) and with Lithuanian accordionist Martyn Levickis (May 26); Circus Of Horrors (March 10); tribute show The Magic Of Motown (March 11); Stage Door in Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats (March 16-18)

Theatre Royal, Wakefield

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Tribute show Magic – A Kind of Queen (tomorrow); Jimmy Raven Live (Saturday); show Don’t Dribble on the Dragon (Sunday); Opera Boys (Tuesday); Rock Icons (Wednesday); The Jungle Book for ages six-plus (February 17); comedy musician John Shuttleworth in My Last Will and Tasty Mint (February 18); Roy Orbison & The Traveling Wilburys Tribute Show (February 19); Johnny Cash Roadshow (February 26); comedian Chris Ramsey in Is That Chris Ramsey? (February 28); An Evening of Burlesque (March 3)

Leeds Town Hall

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Leeds Festival Chorus performs Haydn’s Creation (March 4) and Verdi’s Requiem (May 20)

St John’s Church Hall, Ben Rhydding

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Wharfedale Recorded Music including Stormy Music in the 18th Century (February 22); Desert Island Discs (March 1); Beethoven and Schumann Quintets (March 8); Vienna A Musical Crossroads (March 22); Aspects of Haydn and Sir William Walton (March 29); Donizetti in Paris (April 5); and Beethoven Finale (May 10)

Victoria Theatre, Halifax

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Bradford 70s rock band Smokie (February 17); tribute show Bowie Experience (February 25); children’s show Jurassic Adventures (February 26); singer-writer and multi-instrumentalist Paul Carrack (March 5); Ben Portsmouth in Elvis tribute show The King Is Back (March 9); folk singer Roger Davies And His Band (March 10); 80s pop legend Rick Astley (March 17); Halifax Choral Society sing Mendelssohn’s Elijah (March 19); tribute show Johnny Cash Roadshow (March 25); Champions Of Magic promise mind reading, close-up magic and large-scale illusions (April 5); children’s TV actress Dani Harmer in (April 19-22); raconteur Gervase Phinn (April 27); comedian Billy Pearce and Friends (April 29)

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts, Halifax

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Film screenings A United Kingdom (tomorrow) and La La Land (February 17); Falklands War veteran Simon Weston tells his story (Saturday); multi-instrumental acoustic trio Three Cane Whale (Sunday); The Edelweiss Pirates, drama set in Germany in 1943 (March 9); Garlic Theatre in children’s show for three-plus, The Three Billy Goats Gruff (March 26, 2.30pm); Halifax Symphony Orchestra presents Masters Of Melody (March 11); English folk singer Jim Moray (March 12); stigma, history, misunderstandings in funny and dark play Butterfly (March 16); John Godber’s comedy April In Paris (March 17/18); Calderdale Youth Theatre in new adaptation The Heart Of Robin Hood (March 30 to April 1); Branwell Brontë And His Halifax Friends talk (March 15)

Harrogate Theatres

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Whitney Houston tribute Queen Of The Night (tomorrow); Jimmy Carr (March 5); comedian Al Murray The Pub Landlord (March 19); singer Billy Ocean (March 31); family show The Emperor’s New Clothes (April 6-15); comedian Richard Herring (April 20); singer Caro Emerald (April 21)