Fancy a mid-week treat?
There's plenty of entertainment on offer in West Yorkshire today, with exciting events in town halls and theatres.
Why not welcome Wednesday with a bit of culture? Here's three shows lined up in Dewsbury, Leeds and Bradford.
- Enjoy a capalla entertainment at Dewsbury Town Hall - The Dewsbury lunchtime concert season kicks off today with a visit from London-based a capella singing group Apollo5, keeping the tradition of beginning the season with a capella vocals. The show begins at 12.30pm (lunch is served in the main hall from 11.30am). Tickets cost £5 (£.50 concessions).
- Be amazed and amused at Leeds City Varieties - Pete Firman, star of BBC One's The Magicians and stand-up comic, is bringing his Trickster show to Leeds' City Varieties tonight, blending crowd-pleasing comedy with awe-inspiring magic. The show begins at 8pm. Tickets cost £15.60 - click here to book or call the box office on 0113 243 0808.
And if you're in a magical mood, check out our round up of the best TV magicians!
- See haunting war drama at the Alhambra, Bradford - Regeneration, a dramatisation of the haunting World War One novel by Pat Barker, is being performed at the Alhambra this week, with a performance tonight at 7.30pm. The play explores the experience of British army officers being treated for shell shock at Craiglockhart War Hospital in Edinburgh.
Tickets cost £12-£21.50 - click here to book or call the box office on 01274 432000.
Click below to watch a clip of the play
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