The Lawrence Batley Theatre (LBT)

Lawrence Batley Theatre

Ho ho ho, it's time for a chuckle at Christmas

Comedy clubs in the area are serving up festive fun.

Christmas shows and pantos - what's on in the region

There's plenty to entertain the whole family over the festive season in the area's theatres.

The cast from Lindley Amateur Operatic Society who staged A Country Girl in 1951 with a 30-strong chorus line.

Lindley Amateur Operatic Society celebrates 80th anniversary

Two singalong shows will feature songs from old favourites as well as those from new musicals that the society hopes to stage

Newsome student Elliott Augustine appearing in Matthew Bourne's Lord of the Flies at the Alhambra Theatre, Bradford

The Bourne production is currently on tour, enrolling young dancers to play the ‘boys’ in the story from towns and cities in the regions where the show is being performed

Christmas 2014: Music concerts in and around Huddersfield

Here's your what's on guide for family entertainment in the run up to Christmas

An evening to remember: John Shuttleworth's unique brand of musical comedy at the LBT

John's got songs detailing the 'nightmare scenario' of having two tubs of margarine on the go at the same time

Wigs and proper frocks make period comedy one to watch

It's one of the English language's most popular plays but She Stoops to Conquer is a costly exercise for theatre companies.

Young writer adapts Christmas Carol for Huddersfield Thespians

He's just 23-years-old but Alex Watkins is already directing his second stage play.

Live review: Widerstehen at Lawrence Batley Theatre

The tragic tale of a German resistance fighter was the subject of a brave new Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival piece

Huddersfield in fine tune as its 37th Contemporary Music Festival returns to the town

The event brings together performers from around the world for 10 days of events

Graham Fellows brings his alter-ego John Shuttleworth to Huddersfield

Sheffield's funniest man John Shuttleworth steps onto the stage of the LBT in A Wee Ken to Remember.

Boy Who Cried Wolf at the Lawrence Batley Theatre

It's an ancient story but the writer of this year's children's Christmas show at the LBT believes it's perfect for modern audiences.

Mikron Theatre (clockwise from top) John Holt-Roberts, Jill Myers, Esther-Grace Button and Nicholas Coutu-Langmead

Huddersfield awarded £66 million for community projects since first Lottery draw 20 years ago

A total of 868 grants were made, including to the Galpharm Stadium Leisure Complex and Shepley Royal British Legion

Review: Jason Byrne You Name the Show Lawrence Batley Theatre

Whereas most comedians might be irritated by latecomers, Jason Byrne uses the tardiness to his own advantage quipping: “Nice going Huddersfield, come in whenever you’re ready!”

Birthday proms at the Lawrence Batley Theatre

The annual youth proms will celebrate the 21st birthday of the Friends of the LBT.

The Lawrence Batley Theatre

Award-winning dance at the Lawrence Batley Theatre

The Lawrence Batley Theatre is hosting the acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe dance show by James Cousins.

HCMF 2014 guide

Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival returns to unleash brave new sounds across the town

This time a total of 37 world and 79 UK premieres will be aired to hundreds of music lovers from across the globe

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