Exchange Arts Centre, Russell Street, Keighley 01535 661591 Anti-Vigilante & The Human Project (tomorrow); folk singer Pete Morton (Saturday); Lamb Of God heavy-metal tribute Eleventh Hour (February 28) Keighley Ukrainian Club, 9 Henry Street 01535 605310 Baccapipes Folk Club features singers nights (February 28, 8.30pm); vocal harmonies from O’Hooley and Tidow (tomorrow) Old Sun Hotel, West Lane, Haworth Blues and roots night with Half Deaf Clatch and Chris Martin (Saturday) Jam on Top Music Studios, Dalton Lane, Keighley 01535 600133 Spring Bash with four bands (March 1) New Variety Club, Russell Street, Keighley 07792 164481 Mike Peters from The Alarm (tonight) Crown Inn, Addingham Traditional jazz with Harry Long’s Goodtime Jazzband (Wednesday 8.45pm) Cougar Park Hall of Fame 01535 600310 Keighley Blues Club hosts Voodoo Room (February 28) Brontë Blues Club, Laycock Village Hall 07773 637335 Mardi Gras Party with Dale Storr’s New Orleans Big Band (March 9) Albert Hotel, Keighley Aire Do heats with four acts per night (Monday to Thursday 7.30pm to 10pm) New Inn, Wilsden Rock ‘n’ roll band Blue Suede Dudes (Saturday) Denholme Conservative Club MPIKA concert with bands Top Whack, Milestone and Play For Ale (Saturday 6.30pm, admission by donation) The Castle, Grattan Road, Bradford Folk singer Tim Moon launches new album (March 14) Bentham Golf Club Rock ‘n’ roll band Blue Suede Dudes (March 8)


Cliffe Castle Museum, Keighley Annual exhibition by Keighley Art Club and Bingley Art Group (until March 16) Harden Congregational Chapel Harden Players in pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk (tonight to Saturday, tickets from Harden newsagents) Glusburn Institute 01535 630223 Pantomime Peter Pan (until Saturday – tickets from Paws 4 Pet Supplies in Cross Hills) Oakworth Methodist Church 01535 642625 Pantomime Aladdin (Saturday to March 1) Cullingworth Village Hall Cullingworth Amateur Operatic Society in play The Wizard Of Oz (February 28 to March 1) Bingley Arts Centre 01274 567983 Bingley Little Theatre in post-war drama The Right Thing (Monday to March 1); Technique Dance Academy in Starbound (March 7/8); The Lindisfarne Story (March 5); Bingley Amateurs in pantomime Mother Goose (March 14-16) Keighley Playhouse 07599 890769 Oscar Wilde comedy The Importance Of Being Earnest (March 10-15) Central Hall, Alice Street, Keighley Exhibition by artist Judy Rich (until March 26)

Out of town

Skipton Town Hall 01756 799912 Pianist Jayson Gillham (Tuesday); European Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra (March 18) Mart Theatre, Skipton 01756 709666 Rock band Toploader (March 21); one-man theatre show Being Brel (March 28); comedians Rob Beckett (March 29), Hal Cruttenden (April 11), Josh Widdicombe (April 13) and Gary Delaney (May 3) King’s Hall, Ilkley 01943 607944 Musical Les Miserables (March 20-23) Alhambra Theatre, Bradford 01274 432000 Musical Blood Brothers (until Saturday); musical Fiddler On The Roof (Tuesday to March 1); Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake (March 4-8); comedy play Brassed Off (March 11-15); Disney’s The Lion King (March 21 to May 10) St George’s Hall, Bradford 01274 432000 Children’s comedians Chuckle Brothers (February 27); Vienna Tonkustler Orchestra (February 28); violinist Nigel Kennedy (March 4); tribute Definitive Rat Pack (March 8); Mike And The Mechanics (March 12); Puccini’s opera La Boheme (March 20); An Evening Of Burlesque (March 22); Reduced Shakespeare Company in comedy The Bible (March 26) Victoria Theatre, Halifax 01422 351158 Russian State Ballet and Opera House in Carmen (March 6); children’s show Peppa Pig’s Big Splash (April 26 and 27); comedian Sarah Millican (May 5) Square Chapel, Halifax 01422 349422 The Best Of Tony Hancock (Saturday); children’s show Isabel’s Well (Sunday); classical pianist Peter Hale (February 28) Grand Theatre, Leeds 0844 8482700 Opera North in Puccini’s The Girl Of The Golden West (tomorrow); Verdi’s Macbeth (tonight and Saturday) Leeds City Varieties 0113 2430808 Comedian Russell Kane (tonight); suffragette drama Songs Of Solidarity, Suffrage And Strength with folk duo O’Hooley & Tidow (Sunday and Monday) Carriageworks, Leeds 0113 2243801 Children’s play Bin Men (today); Big Red Bus for over-twos (tomorrow) Leeds Town Hall 0113 2243801 BBC Philharmonic with violinist Elena Urioste (Saturday) York Theatre Royal 01904 623568 Sebastian Faulks war drama Birdsong (March 24-29); Northern Broadsides eve-of-war play An August Bank Holiday Lark (April 1-5); comedy The Play That Goes Wrong (April 8-12); Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood (April 22-26); children’s play Monday’s Child (April 22-26); Caryl Churchill drama A Number (May 1-24); Noel Coward’s comedy Blithe Spirit (May 9-31); drama Chariots Of Fire (June 16-21); drama A Taste Of Honey (July 8-12) Harrogate Theatre 01423 502116 Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy Bedroom Farce (Tuesday to March 8); Vincent Dance Theatre in Motherland (March 20); Howard Marks (March 21); children’s show Peppa’s Big Splash (March 25 & 26); comedians Miles Jupp (January 20), Punt & Dennis (February 3), Chris Ramsey (Sunday) and Russell Kane (February 21) Royal Hall, Harrogate 01423 502116 Ballet La Classique in Giselle (March 16); tribute Bootleg Beatles (March 28)


Cartwright Hall, Bradford 01274 431212 Ukrainian Art (until August 10) Ilkley Manor House 01943 600066 British wildlife specimens inspired artist Liza Dracup in Re: Collections (until March 2); Burley and Menston Art Clubs exhibition (March 15 to June 1) Bradford Industrial Museum 01274 435900 Shadow Machines and Singing Paintings by Steve Gumbley (until March 30) Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Doncaster 01302 535057 Walk-through wildlife adventure with tigers, giraffes, leopards, lions, monkeys and meerkats Children’s museum Eureka!, Halifax 01422 330069 Interactive science displays, including All About Me body exhibit