The Lawrence Batley Theatre (LBT)

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Heather Stoney, seated, with Hannah Head, behind, and Patrick Hibbing from Dick and Lottie

Ayckbourn marathon at Huddersfield's LBT

The production of Bedroom Farce, in which Heather played the character Delia in the 1975 premiere, is part of a day-long celebration of Ayckbourn’s work by Huddersfield theatre company Dick and Lottie

Mimika Theatre's Landscapes, a sight and sound experience inside a tent

Lawrence Batley Theatre to host Mimika Theatre's Landscapes

The production has been seen more than 2,000 times in North America, Canada, parts of Europe, South East Asia and the UK and Ireland

Huddersfield Thespians perform four Pinter single act plays - Dean Robson and Poppy Stahelin in The Lover

An Evening of Pinter by Huddersfield Thespians at the Lawrence Batley Theatre

The word “menace” is commonly attached to his strange, wordy dramas, in which it emerges that people who are apparently ordinary and living in ordinary, even mundane circumstances are standing on the thin ice of despair and disintegration

An Evening of Pinter at the Lawrence Batley Theatre

There's still time to get in on An Evening With Pinter and Huddersfield Thespians

Lawrence Batley Theatre on Queen Street in Huddersfield.

Lawrence Batley Theatre opera workshop with one of the artform's finest

There's a chance for music lovers to take an opera workshop with famous conductor Nicholas Cleobury.

Captivating Carmen at LBT

The Mid Wales Opera returns to the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield with classic Carmen.

Topol in the musical Fiddler On The Roof - Aug 1987 at the Opera House Manchester

Longwood amateurs tackle one of Broadway's longest-running shows

It was one of Broadway's longest running shows and Fiddler on the Roof is still as popular today as it ever was.

Woodhouse amateurs search for their own Buddy Holly

The search is on for a Buddy Holly to play the lead in Woodhouse Musical Theatre Company's new production.

Thespians launch An Evening of Pinter

Choosing which plays to perform can be fraught for local amateur dramatic societies, but Huddersfield Thespians hope they have chosen well.

Up to 1,400 workers could be axed as Kirklees Council cuts bite

Union blasts plans for compulsory redundancies

Hugless Douglas, the show you can't 'bear' to miss

Lawrence Batley Theatre hosts a childrens' show next weekend

Comedy Cellar performance launches LBT's new season

James Dowdeswell and company get the new Lawrence Batley Theatre season off to a roaring start.

Lawrence Batley Theatre launches new season and new ticket prices

There's a wide range of drama, comedy, opera, dance, childrens' shows and music in the new LBT season, which begins next month.

Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice as you have never seen it before

An open air courtyard performance of the Austen classic Pride and Prejudice comes to the LBT.

LBT is first for Richard Blackwood and Friends

Richard Blackwood, star of The Real McCoy, is making Huddersfield his first port of call in a nationwide tour

Vanessa Brooks of Dark Horse theatre at Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield.

Huddersfield theatre group Dark Horse's future in jeopardy after funding axe falls

The company currently trains people with learning disabilities to work alongside actors, writers and directors on a national level

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Summer showcase at the Lawrence Batley Theatre

Prepare for open air performances in the courtyard at the Lawrence Batley Theatre

Comedian Ivan Brackenbury

Edinburgh Fringe looms large for trio of comedians at LBT's Comedy Cellar

Providing the laughs are Ian D Montfort, Ivan Brackenbury and Anthony J Brown

Comedy cellars at the Lawrence Batley Theatre

Laughs are in store at an Edinburgh Festival Preview season of comedy in Huddersfield

Thomas Aldersley, who will play Sean Racer in 'Lost Boy Racer' at the LBT in Huddersfield

Lost Boy Racer world premiere for Lawrence Batley Theatre

The show follows the story of an overweight, 40-something tax inspector, Sean Racer, who decides that the way to solve his mid-life crisis is to ride Le Tour, albeit on a static bike in his shed

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