Keighley Playhouse: Noël Coward comedy Blithe Spirit (until Saturday, 7.30pm); traditional songs from Bryony Griffith and Will Hampton (February 3). Phone 08451 267859.

Victoria Hall, Keighley: Keighley Amateurs in pantomime The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (Saturday-February 4, including three matinees). Phone 08456 252550.

Glusburn Institute: Glusburn Youth Theatre in panto Snow White (February 12-18). Phone 01535 634971.

Oakworth Methodist Church: Sunday School pantomime Robinson Crusoe (February 11-18). Phone 01535 642625.

St George's Hall, Bradford: comedians Billy Connolly (February 6/7); Stewart Lee (March 1), Dave Spikey (9) and Doug Stanhope (16); Radio Luxembourg-based musical comedy Battle of the Giants (February 3). Phone 01274 432000.

Bradford Alhambra: panto Robin Hood (until February 5); musical Chicago (February 10-18); Stomp (21-25); Horrible Histories with Terrible Tudors and Vile Victorians (28-March 3); J B Priestley thriller An Inspector Calls (6-10); children's show Little Princess (9/10); Dreamboats and Petticoats follow-up musical Save the Last Dance For Me (12-17). Phone 01274 432000.

Leeds Grand: Opera North in Madama Butterfly, Norma and Giulio Cesare (until February 18); Derren Brown Svengali (20-25). Phone 0844 848 2705.

Victoria Theatre, Halifax: Circus of Horrors in The Ventriloquist (February 3); Science Museum Live on Tour (4/5); Strictly Come Dancing dancer Brendan Cole (7); comedian Sarah Millican (17); Sesame Street Live (18); Halfway to Paradise -- the Billy Fury Story ( 22); tribute band Limehouse Lizzy (25). Phone 0142 35115.

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds:Phoenix Dance Theatre in Crossing Points (Wednesday-February 4); classic drama Waiting for Godot (3-25); Louise Rennison's teen drama Angus Things and Even More Snogging for over-10s (February 10-March 3). Phone 0113 213 7700.

Leeds City Varieties: Scottish folk maverick King Creosote (February 9); Lightning Seeds (10); Gerry and the Pacemakers (12); Madness's Suggs (16); family show Circus Hilarious (17/18); Fairport Convention (25); Walter Trout (March 8); 20 comedy spoof Withering Looks (9); comedians Richard Herring (10), Pete Firman (11), Jon Richardson (13) and Count Arthur Strong (15).

Bradford Cathedral: Smetana Piano Trio (February 17); cellist Piano Duo Leonid Gorokhov and pianist Larisa Gorokhova (March 16); Tong & Hasegawa Piano Duo (April 13); clarinettist Emma Johnson and Cavale Ri Quartet (April 27). Phone 01274 432000.

St George's Hall, Bradford: singer Belinda Carlisle (2); Russian State Philharmonic Orchestra (10); radio presenter Andy Kershaw (22); tribute Rumours of Fleetwood Mac (24); Eva Cassidy Story Over the Rainbow (29); comedians Stewart Lee (March 1), Fascinating Aida (7); Dave Spikey (9) and Doug Stanhope (16); Albion And (2); Yorkshire Regional Brass Band Championship (3/4); nostalgia show Roll Out the Barrel (6, 2pm); Moscow City Ballet in Romeo and Juliet (13/14); Verdi's opera La Traviata (8); One Night of Elvis with Lee "Memphis" King (10); Sing-a-long-a Grease (17) Bootleg Beatles (20); Spaghetti Western Orchestra (18); Halle Orchestra (23); Johnny Cash Roadshow tribute (29); chick play All The Single Ladies (31); CBeebies' duo Chris & Pui (April 2); Osmonds (3); Curtis Stigers (8); Billy Fury tribute (13); clairvoyant Sally Morgan (19); Strictly Come Dancing's Katya Virshilas (27). Phone 01274 432000.

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds: musical Annie (until January 21); children's play Jack and the Beanstalk (until January 21); Phoenix Dance Theatre in Crossing Points (February 1-4); classic drama Waiting for Godot (3-25); Louise Rennison's teen drama Angus Things and Even More Snogging for over-10s (February 10-March 3); Caryl Churchill's drama Top Girls (February 28-March 10); family show Swallows and Amazons (March 20-24); drama Mary Shelley (March 16-April 7); Northern Broadsides in Shakespeare's Love's Labours Lost (April 3-14); children's show The Owl and the Pussycat (12-14); Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing (May 14 26); hip-hop festival Breakin' Convention (June 2). Phone 0113 213 7700.

Leeds Grand: Opera North in Madama Butterfly, Norma and Giulio Cesare (January 14-February 18); Derren Brown Svengali (20-25); comedian Ken Dodd (26) Northern Ballet in Madame Butterfly (February 29-March 10); Leeds company LAOS in musical Chess (13-17); CBeebies' favourites Chris & Pui (18, 11am); The Dubliners (18); Solid Silver 60s Show (25); Calendar Girls (26-31); 60s group The Hollies (April 15); musicals Dirty Dancing (May 29-June 23, 2012) and Sister Act (April 3-14). Phone 0844 848 2705.