The Lawrence Batley Theatre (LBT)

Lawrence Batley Theatre

Get the West End show habit with Sister Act

Sister Act, the feelgood show with music by the composer who wrote the score for Beauty and the Beast, is on in Huddersfield.

Review: Raising Agents by Mikron Theatre Company at Lawrence Batley Theatre

Equal pay, AIDS and anti nuclear activists took their fights to the stage in a show-stopping play in Huddersfield

Ben Worth returns to the LBT stage after nearly two decades

Huddersfield actor Ben Worth last appeared on the LBT stage as a teenager in a New College production.

Theatre review: Raising Agents by Mikron Theatre Company at Lawrence Batley Theatre

Equal pay, AIDS and anti nuclear activists took their fights to the stage in a show-stopping play in Huddersfield

Comedian's comedian at the LBT

Mick Ferry is described as the 'comedian's comedian' and he's bringing his unique brand of humour to Huddersfield next month.

Fairytale brings magic of ballet to children

Northern Ballet's mini production of the classic fairytale Elves and the Shoemaker is especially for children.

Vanessa Brooks quits as artistic director of Huddersfield-based Dark Horse theatre company

Group was still reeling from loss of £100,000 in Arts Council funding

The forgotten story of the thousands of conscientious objectors from the Great War of 1914-19 to be told in Huddersfield

Storyteller Simon Heywood brings to life the story of the conscientious objectors

Jerusalem and jam inspired by tea and tarts

The new play from Mikron takes at look at the inspiring world of the Women's Institute, now in its 100th year.

Oakes performer Emily Nicholls is celebrating after winning a place at prestigious London theatre school Italia Conti

The 21-year-old now needs to fund thousands of pounds or risks losing her place at the drama school

Buddy's back by popular demand

The musical Buddy has everything – a gripping real-life story and a score of familiar singalong rock and roll classic

Where theatre, dance and music collide

Park is the acclaimed work by Jasmin Vardimon from Sadler's Wells - a mix of theatre, dance and music.

Review: Huddersfield Thespians' delight with Oscar Wilde classic

The Importance of Being Earnest for Huddersfield group

Review: Joanne Harris at Huddersfield Literature Festival

Huddersfield author delights audience with anecdotes ... and flute-playing, writes Rebecca Haslam

Dark Horse rides into the Wild West

Bringing the Wild West to the stage of the LBT in Huddersfield, Dark Horse Theatre premieres a new production.

Thespians are Wilde about being earnest

One of Wilde's best-loved plays, The Importance of Being Earnest, is the Thespians' choice.

Feature: We will be back, says Dark Horse director

A theatre company for learning disabled actors, and threatened by funding cuts, will survive, says its director Vanessa Brooks.

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