Oakworth Methodist Church

The band of KYDZ Keighley Youth Theatre presents a night of 1950s and 1960s classic songs (Saturday)

Cross Hills Social Club

Rock ‘n’ roll covers band Blue Suede Dudes (Saturday, September 2). Also New Inn, Wilsden, (October 7)

Pennington’s Octagon, Bradford Road, Keighley

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Mark Summers as the Young Elvis Presley (Saturday); five-piece band The 309’s play 40s and 50s music (September 9); Ali Maas and Micky Moody at Keighley Blues Live (September 15); 70s West Coast counterculture Americana with Lauren Canyon Union (September 22); soul songs by Kevin Kendricks (September 29); Paul Hopkins as Orbison and Friends (October 6); blue comedian Roy Chubby Brown (December 14; Michael Buble tribute singer Dan Patchett with comedian Lee Lard in a Peter Kay tribute (December 27)

Bingley Arts Centre

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Bradford Accordion Band (September 30)

Skipton Folk Unplugged, Narrow Boat Inn, Victoria Street.

Hicks And Goulbourn (Monday)


Brontë Parsonage Museum, Haworth

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Summer holiday family activities (until Sunday); Brontë Festival Of Women’s Writing (September 22-24); 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)

Keighley Playhouse, Devonshire Street

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Alan Ayckbourn comedy If I Were You (until Saturday 7.30pm)

Sutton Village Hall

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Sutton’s Green Hut Theatre Company in TV sitcom Hi-De-Hi (September 8 and 9, 7.15pm)

Oakworth Methodist Church

KYDZ Keighley Youth Theatre children present annual concert (October 7)

Bingley Arts Centre

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Bingley Little Theatre in comedy Theft (September 18-23); Mikron Theatre Company in Youth Hostel Association comedy-drama Best Foot Forward (September 28); An Audience with Sir Ranulph Fiennes (September 29)


Alhambra Theatre, Bradford

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Beautiful The Carole King Musical (September 9-16); Northern Ballet in A Celebration of Sir Kenneth McKellen, Master Choreographer (October 5-7); musical Grease (October 9-14); Take That musical The Band (October 17-28); dramatic musical Blood Brothers (October 30 November 4); singer Lulu (November 5); Strictly Come Dancing professionals Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace in Tango Moderno (November 7-11); Rambert in Goes Dances (November 15-17); Hairspray musical (November 20 at 25); Cilla The Musical (November 28 to December 2)

King’s Hall, Ilkley

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Comedian Paul Chowdhry in Life Innit (September 21); soul group The Three Degrees (September 23); children’s show The Tiger Who Came To Tea (October 17 and 18); One Night Of Elvis tribute show with Lee ‘Memphis’ King (October 20); Strictly Come Dancing professionals Kristina Rihanoff and Tristan McManus (October 23); An Evening With Pam Ayres (October 24); comedian Phill Jupitus (November 6)

Grand Theatre, Leeds

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Tom Chambers in Gershwin musical Crazy For You (until Saturday); Kay Mellor musical Fat Friends (November 2 to December 2)

Leeds City Varieties

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Comedian Joe Pasquale (tomorrow); Good Old Days Music Hall with headliners like Don McLean and Marti Webb (September 22, 23, 29, 30, and October 6 and 7); Indian comedian and storyteller Vir Das (September 15); comedian Jason Byrne (October 5); Cheryl, Mike & Jay Formerly of Bucks fizz (October 12); Teeside folk trio The Young’uns (October 19); comedian Lee Nelson (October 22); character comedian Simon Day (October 26); Les McKeown’s Legendary Bay City Rollers (October 27); comedian Paul Chowdhry (November 1); Britain’s Got Talent ventriloquist Paul Zerdin (November 2); rock ‘n’ roll band Showaddywaddy (November 3); “comedian, magician, psychopath” Jerrysadowitz (November 4); Gok Wan’s show Naked And Baring All (November 6); comedy hypnotist Andrew Newton (November 5); folk duo Foster & Allen (November 9)

Victoria Theatre, Halifax

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Children’s show The Tiger Who Came To Tea (Saturday and Sunday); Sensational 60s Experience (October 7); Russian State Opera in Madama Butterfly (October 8)

Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax

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Semi-abstract landscape artists from Netherlands, England and Scotland in Landshapes (until Sunday); sculpted memorial to historic child abuse by Fi Oberon (until September 18); Polish Stories, pictures created from Second World War photographs by Janina Cebertowicz (until September 18); Stephanie Carlin’s Pageants vs Playboy (until September 18); Instigate Exchange by Ian C Taylor and Ebony Andrews (until September 18)

Halifax Playhouse

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Halifax Thespians in light comedy Glorious! (Tuesday to September 9); Bryan Ferry tribute Roxy Musique (September 16); blues singer-songwriter Chantel McGregor (September to 23); Planet Rabbit in comedy Let Sleeping Bags Lie (September 28); Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (September 29-30); tribute band Pink Floydian (October 7); Joe Orton black comedy What The Butler Saw (October 10-14); Stage Door Studio Theatre Workshop in musical Me And My Girl (October 19-21); comedy Steptoe And Son (October 28); Halifax Amateurs Theatre Youth Present musical Whistle Down The Wind (October 31 to November 4); Halifax Gilbert & Sullivan Society present Patience (November 8-11); Halifax Light Opera Society present musical Sister Act (November 14-18); Halifax Thespians present comedy The Vicar of Dibley 2 (December 5-10)

Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

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The Ruck, new play inspired by first UK girls rugby league tour of Australia (September 15 and 16); Northern Broadsides in comedy For Love Or Money (October 11-14); Proper Job Theatre Company in Medusa (October 17); Halloween Happening (October 28); Kala Chethena Kathakali Company in classical dance drama Kathakali (November 1); coming-of-age story with a twist of fantastical in Big Foot (November 8); unsettling folklore in Conor McPherson’s play The Weir (November 15-18); Bradford-set comedy Rita, Sue And Bob Too (January 31 to February 3); pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk (December 8 to January 6)

York Theatre Royal

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Family show Robin Hood: The Arrow Of Destiny (until Saturday); Country Superstars Experience with Dolly Parton tribute singer Sarah Jayne and Tennessee Allstars Band (September 21); tribute show An Evening Of Dirty Dancing (September 22); male strippers The Dreamboys (September 28); Michael Jackson tribute by Ben (September 27); slick slapstick, zippy one-liners and snappy songs in family adventure The Hunting Of The Snark (September 29-30); new musical with Dusty Springfield songs Son Of A Preacher Man (October 3-7); Ruth Rendell thriller A Judgement In Stone (October 16-21); pantomime Beauty And The Beast (December 15 to January 7)

York Art Gallery

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Albert Moore: Of Beauty And Aesthetics (until October 1); Picasso: Ceramics From The Attenborough Collection (tomorrow to November 5); Anthony Shaw ceramic collection (permanent); Aresthetica Art Prize exhibition (until September 10); Paul Nash exhibition (opens October 20) Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield

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Tony Cragg presents A Rare Category Of Objects (until Sunday); Treasures Revealed, 40 inspirational objects from the National Arts Education archive (until November 26)

Wakefield Theatre Royal

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Wakefield Youth Music Theatre in Madness musical Our House (until September 9); pantomime Aladdin (November 23 to January 7)