There’s a wealth of music and theatre – even fashion shows and wrestling – on offer this month at venues across Huddersfield and West Yorkshire.

Our what's on in Huddersfield guide has something for everyone, from unusual outdoor plays to folk music and more.

Here's what's happening June 4-17:

Saturday, June 4

Brighton Street Club, Heckmondwike, 7pm. Something different for the weekend – Megaslam Wrestling by a touring group that specialises in family entertainment. Tickets are £7 on the door.

Claire Burns and Stephanie Hackett as the Canary Girls by Mikron Theatre

Sunday, June 5

1pm, Netherton Moor Road Allotments. Mikron Theatre brings its show, Canary Girls, to the great outdoors. The play is a funny, heartfelt story about two sisters seizing the opportunities offered to them by the outbreak of WWI. No tickets are needed – a cash collection will be taken afterwards. Bring waterproofs and/or sunscreen.

Monday, June 6

Yorkshire Sculpture Park. A new work by Leeds artist Mister Finch Textiles goes on display in the park’s shop. The Midnight Meeting, a textile diorama of woodland creatures inside a magical cabinet, is part of the YSP’s summer exhibition MADE, a changing exhibition of contemporary craft and applied arts. Continues until August 28.

Flower birds and fox cabinet by Mister Finch Textiles, at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park until August.

Thursday, June 9

7pm, Huddersfield Odeon. To celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday there’s a special National Theatre Live screening of the West End production The Audience, starring Helen Mirren.

Friday, June 10

5pm, 1830 Gallery, The Artworks, Shaw Lane, Halifax. Refugee Week Calderdale, a community group that celebrates diversity through the arts, opens an exhibition of work by participants from countries such as Sir Lanka, Afghanistan and Uganda, as well as Halifax, in an Arte Libre group show. The gallery is open Thursday to Sunday between noon and 3pm.

Saturday, June 11

7pm, Holmbridge Parish Hall. The Vocal Expressions ladies choir hosts Shake Rattle and Roll, an evening of music and dance from the 1950s and 60s. Together with supper and a bar run by the Young Farmers group, the event features The Pennies Band. Tickets are £12, including food, from 07734 238111.

Vocal Expressions ladies choir from the Holme Valley

Sunday, June 12

2pm, Beaumont Park bandstand. Honley Ladies Choir provides live open-air entertainment until 4pm with A Picnic and Songs. Take a chair or a rug and feast on music and food.

7.30pm, Birdsedge Village Hall. Steve Ritchie, Al Parrish and Rob Ritchie, former members of Canadian folk rock band Tanglefoot, are back together and in concert with songs old and new. Tickets are £10 from 01484 606230.

Members of Colne Valley Male Voice Choir.

7pm, Carding Shed, Hepworth. Colne Valley Male Voice Choir, holder of the Best UK Choir title, are staging a light music concert with items from Matt Munro and Elvis Presley, as well as a rendition of You Raise Me Up by the choir’s own musical director Thom Meredith. The £10 ticket price includes a pie and pea supper. Book a place at the Carding Shed or from 01484 645192.

10am until 4pm, Indoor Market, Holmfirth. The Art Market offers visitors the chance to buy original objets d’art, paintings, ceramics and jewellery direct from the makers. During the day there will also be a Creature Carnival workshop, at which participants can make masks to wear at Holmfirth Arts Festival parade later in the month.

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Tuesday, June 14

Huddersfield University final year fashion design, 2015. Jessica Tonks models one of the outfits from the final collection of student, Hannah Singleton.
Huddersfield University final year fashion design, 2015. Jessica Tonks models one of the outfits from the final collection of student, Hannah Singleton.

Lawrence Batley Theatre, 7pm and 9pm. The Huddersfield University Graduate Fashion Show. Presenting the final collections of the university’s talent undergraduate fashion designers, the show promises a colourful extravaganza of the cutting edge and avant garde. Tickets are £12 from www.thelbt.org or 01484 430528.

Thursday, June 16

Lawrence Batley Theatre, 7pm and 9pm. This time it’s the turn of the costume design students to show what they have achieved. Featuring a dramatic selection of costumes designed for television, the theatre and film. Tickets as above.

The Great Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

Alhambra Theatre, Bradford, 7.30pm. The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, a world-famous band that has been making music for three decades strums its stuff. Tickets are from £24.50.
Visit bradford-theatres.co.uk for details.

Friday, June 17

Lawrence Batley Theatre, 8pm. Huddersfield New College students present a fashion show to mark the end of AS and A level textile courses. Tickets are £5 from www.thelbt.org or 01484 430528.