The Lawrence Batley Theatre (LBT)

Lawrence Batley Theatre

Thespians go over the top with their latest production

It's 1917 and Blackadder is now suffering trench warfare as well as Baldrick's idiocy.

Grand Ukulele Festival proves a massive hit in town with performances at Lawrence Batley Theatre and Town Hall

Top ukulele stars flew in from all over the world to perform in Huddersfield

Bermudan ukulele star visits John Smith's Stadium to pay homage to countryman Nahki Wells

Mike Hind may even play this weekend's Grand Northern Ukulele Festival in his Wells shirt

Dick and Lottie to perform for Ayckbourn himself

The theatre company dedicated to the works of Alan Ayckbourn is to perform for the great man himself.

Royal magician has tricks up his sleeve for Huddersfield audience

He's performed for royalty, now Huddersfield magician John Danbury is up to his tricks at the LBT

Grand Northern Ukulele Festival to return to Huddersfield this weekend

Most of the tickets have already sold out for the three-day event

Bluegrass comes to Huddersfield

Bluegrass fan Maria Wallace wanted to hear the music of Appalachia so decided to launch her own series of concerts in Yorkshire.

It's a fine Bromance from the circus skills trio

Bromance is a high-octane performance of acrobatics, dance and theatre from three young men with circus skills.

Huddersfield welcomes ukelele fans from around the world

The Grand Northern Ukelele Festival is a sell-out before it starts

Holmfirth Film Festival is ready to roll

Indie-pop band Saint Etienne will provide a live soundtrack to one of the films at Holmfirth Film Festival

It's a pirate's life for Huddersfield singers

The 50th Show for Huddersfield Gilbert & Sullivan society is Pirates of Penzance.

Comedy cellar at the LBT

Seymour Mace and Penella Mellor in comedy night at the LBT.

The Mist In The Mirror ghost story fails to rouse LBT audience

Visuals are saving grace of Victorian tale

The four personalities of Dex Hannon seen through their art

He's just one man, but four distinct artistic personalities - and Dex Hannon is showing what he can do.

Review: Slapstick sisters and a mass not to miss

Huddersfield Light Opera Company is caught in the act

Marsden Cuckoo Festival 2015
Jake Mangle-Wurzel arrives for the screening of Mr Somebody?

Jake Mangle-Wurzel's cunning plan to scupper Huddersfield screening of Mr Somebody documentary thwarted

Jake attempted to switch film ahead of showing at Lawrence Batley Theatre

Review of The Ghosts of Ruddigore at the Lawrence Batley Theatre

The Ghosts of Ruddigore win over the audience, writes Ron Simpson.

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