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Leeds dancers have their tap shoes to perform 42nd Street at Leeds Grand Theatre this week.
Halloween - How it all began
Halloween - How it all began
Halloween, we think of scary films, trick or treat, fancy dress, but how did it all begin?
Fund raising efforts by hundreds of people across West Yorkshire are bringing the construction of The Forget me not Trust Childrens Hospice closer to reality.
The next production by Lindley Church Amateur Operatic Society to be performed at the LBT next February is When the Lights Go On Again.
Just miles away from one of the poorest places on the planet, the rich and famous enjoy five star luxury and designer shops
If you want an idea of what's on at the Bradford Alhambra in the coming weeks, we have a list for you.
Holmfirth is about to have its very own Film Festival. The First Holmfirth Film Festival will open on Saturday 22nd May in the historic Picturedrome, originally the Valley Theatre and will continue for eight days.
The West Yorkshire Forget Me Not Trust is raising money to build and run a hospice to provide care and support for children with life limiting conditions in the Kirklees, Calderdale and Wakefield Areas of West Yorkshire
It seems that enthusiasm for Northern Soul dance is well and truly alive even today, some 30 plus years after it was made famous at Wigan Casino. But not only has it just survived but it has gone global.
We are up to heat 5 of the Travs Factor Karoke Competition which is currently being held at the Travellers Rest, Meltham on Friday and Saturday Evenings. The standard of entries has been great and there is still time to enter.
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