Great Northern, Halifax Road, Ingrow 01535 656570 Bluesbeaten Redshaw plays blues (tomorrow) Cougar Park Hall of Fame 01535 600310 Keighley Blues Club hosts Babajack (tomorrow) New Inn, Wilsden Howlin’ Johnny and the 59 Sound (Saturday) Cricketers Arms, Coney Lane, Keighley 01535 669912 Rock ‘n’ roll band Eddie Earthquake and the Tremors (tomorrow); covers band 24-Hour Binge (Saturday) Exchange Arts Centre, Russell Street, Keighley 01535 661591 Acoustic musicians Annie Drury, Rosa Sargent and Joanne Pybus (Saturday); Ramblers, Beat the Poet and Goldjacks (November 8) Crown Inn, Addingham Traditional jazz with Harry Long’s Goodtime Jazzband (Wednesday 8.45pm) Parkside Social Club, Haworth Groovy Happening with Indianic, Brian Comber & Hazbeenz (November 9, 7.30pm). Admission £3 Pennington’s Octagon Live 01274 562252 Comedian Billy Pearce with his adult show (November 21)


Haworth West Lane Baptist Church 01535 643425 Gilbert and Sullivan operetta Princess Ida (November 18-23)

Out of town

Alhambra Theatre, Bradford 01274 432000 Sixties musical Carnaby Street (until Saturday); school drama To Sir, With Love (Tuesday to November 9); Northern Ballet in A Christmas Carol (November 13-16); Bradford Catholic Players in comedy musical The Producers (November 20-23); pantomime Aladdin (December 14 to January 26); Robin Cousins’ Ice (February 4-9); Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake (March 4-8); Disney’s The Lion King (March 21 to May 10) St George’s Hall, Bradford 01274 432000 Ellen Kent opera Aida by Verdi (today); CBeebies favourite Chris & Pui (tomorrow); Sandi Toksvig (Saturday); Ready Steady Cook with Russell Grant (November 7); female comedy trio Fascinating Aida (November 8); tribute show The Magic of Motown (November 9); erotic fiction send-up 51 Shades of Maggie for over-16s (November 12-14); comedians Jim Davidson and Richard Digance (November 15); 20th anniversary concert of musical Rent (November 27); pre-school show What The Ladybird Heard (November 28-30); comedian Sarah Millican (December 6); songs from the shows in Beyond the Barricade at Christmas (December 12); Christmas rock ‘n’ roll show The Twist (December 13); comedian Russell Brand (December 14); comedian Ken Dodd (20); Bradford Festival Choral Society family Christmas concert (December 21); Halle plays New Year Celebration Viennese Concert (January 5) King’s Hall, Ilkley 01274 432000 Steeton Male Voice Choir with Hammonds Saltaire Band (Saturday); comedian Alex Horne (November 8); Brighouse and Rastrick Band (November 9) Victoria Theatre, Halifax 01422 351158 Dick & Liddy’s Comedy Club (November 29); Essence of Ireland song and dance show (today); Vampires Rock (Saturday); comedian Sean Lock (Sunday); Vagina Monologues (Tuesday); Russian State Ballet and Opera House present The Nutcracker (November 8) and Romeo & Juliet (November 9); singer-songwriter Roger Davies (November 28 and 30); comedian Ed Byrne (December 3); A Christmas Carol (December 4); pantomime Dick Whittington (December 14 to January 5) Burnley Mechanics 01282 664400 Musical The Witches of Eastwick (November 9-16) Grand Theatre, Leeds 0844 848 2700 Grimethorpe Colliery Band (today); comedians Sean Lock (tomorrow) and Milton Jones (Saturday); Sixties Gold with Gerry and the Pacemakers, the Searchers, PJ Proby and the Fortunes (Sunday); Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings (November 12); The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Radio Show Live! (November 14) West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds 0113 213 7700 Charlie and Lola’s Extremely New Play for children (until November 2); LAOS in musical Footloose (tomorrow until November 9); George Orwell’s 1984 (November 12-16); The Jungle Book (November 30 to January 18) Carriageworks, Leeds 0113 224 3801 Mind the Gap in Treasure Island (today); pantomime Aladdin (November 8/9); Smallpetitklein Dance Company in Within This Dust (November 23); musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (November 28-30); pantomime Sleeping Beauty (December 6 to January 11) Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield 0114 256 5656 Comedy with Mrs Brown (December 3-7); JLS (December 10); Diversity (December 12); Black Sabbath (December 14)


Bronte Parsonage Museum, Haworth 01535 642323 Capturing the Brontes exhibition by surrealist photographer Charlotte Cory (until December 31) Skipton 01756 798730 Ghost walks with Malcolm Hanson (tonight and tomorrow) Red House and Gardens 01274 335100 Former cloth merchants’ home with period rooms and gardens, as visited by Charlotte Bronte in the 1830s Bagshaw museum 01924 326155 Shirley Bassey and the Egyptian dead exhibitions in a Victorian Gothic mansion with park and woodland