The chance to see a music legend, stand-up from a TV favourite and a touching World War One drama — here's three ways to spend your Saturday.
Remember Wilfred Owen at the Square Chapel: He revealed the horrors of the Great War through heart-wrenching poetry - and now the Square Chapel for the Arts, Halifax, will pay tribute to the life an works of war poet Wilfred Owen. Bullets and Daffodils tells his story from childhood to his death in the trenches, with many of his poems set to music. The show begins at 7.30pm, tickets cost £13 (£11 concessions). Click here to book.
Laugh along with Dave Spikey: Unusual punchlines and unexpected humour form the backbone of Dave Spikey's latest tour, Punchlines, which comes to the Lawrence Batley Theatre tonight at at 7.30pm. The Phoenix Nights co-creator and stand-up stalwart
plans to argue that you don't always need a punchline for a joke to be hilarious — we'll let you decide. Tickets cost £17 (£15 concessions) — click here to book.
- Enjoy Midge Ure at the Picturedrome: Midge Ure's been in music for more than 35 years. From prototype boy band with Slik, through electronic pioneer with Visage, rock guitarist with Thin Lizzy, chart topper with Ultravox and his solo career, to charity fund raiser with Band Aid — and his tour will feature the best of his back catalogue. Catch him at the Picturedrome, Holmfirth, for some Saturday night music nostalgia. Tickets cost £20 — click here to book.
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