Broadway is coming to Batley in the shape of a spectacular centenary show.
Batley Amateur Thespian Society (BATS) has been performing for 100 years — and to celebrate, the amateur dramatic group will lead audiences on a whirlwind tour of Broadway classics.
From the ever-popular My Fair Lady, South Pacific and Oklahoma to the glitz of Chicago, Cabaret and Gypsy, BATS On Broadway will pay tribute to musical favourites old and new during its four night run.
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The society, while formed in 1913, first took to the stage with its production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe in 1914, amid the outbreak the First World War.
BATS celebrated their centenary with a black-tie dinner in October, with cast members past and present joining friends of the society at the mayor and mayoress of Kirklees at the glitzy event.
But now it's all hands on deck as the society prepares for 'another opening of a another show'!
Tickets are still available for BATS on Broadway, which opens tonight (November 26) and runs until Saturday, with performances at 7.15pm.
Tickets cost £12 (£10 concessions). To book, call call the Kirklees Town Halls Box Office on 01484 223200/ 01484 222444 or click here.