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Honley Male Voice Choir

The Magic of the Musicals by Honley Male Voice Choir at Huddersfield Town Hall

Directed by acclaimed choral expert Stephen Roberts, Honley Male Voice Choir demonstrated outstanding diction and an unshakable sense of ensemble

Office Girls, right, and the hacked social media accounts

Girl band hit by hack attack: Hackers post swastika on Office Girls' Twitter account in bizarre alleged 'hate crime'

The accounts of the girlband, including a former Huddersfield University student, were taken down after the cyber attack on the day their first single was released — watch the video here

The Co-operative building used to house the Heaven and Hell nightclub

Former Heaven and Hell nightclub estate agent says not much time left to bid for Huddersfield landmark

Landmark town centre building was once home to Heaven and Hell nightclub and music school - take a tour of the interior

Bring Me The Horizon

Gig review: Bring Me The Horizon

I truly believe I have the greatest taste in music in the world and if a person doesn't agree with me then they are wrong

Members of Huddersfield Philharmonic Orchestra with their new conductor Robert Guy

Review: Huddersfield Philharmonic Concert at Huddersfield Town Hall

Newly-appointed principal conductor Robert Guy made his debut with the Phil on Saturday night

The Gould Piano Trio

Review: The Gould Piano Trio

Goulds’ unsurpassable playing

Huddersfield Amateur Operatic Society's production of The Producers. (left to right) Sally Norton (Ulla), Chris Fletcher (Max Bialystock) and Chris Fox (Leo Bloom)

Review: Huddersfield Amateur Operatic Society stage The Producers

Come and join the party

Musical score

Perfect performance by top team of Huddersfield Choral Society and the Royal Northern Sinfonia

Just as Haydn later achieved with The Creation, Handel uses his genius to create imagery of suffering, plagues, salvation – and the smiting of His enemies


Oxjam Huddersfield 2013: Review by Mikey Baird

It's an event that has gone from strength to strength, each year becoming bigger than the last and becoming a permanent staple in the Huddersfield Musical Calender, writes Mikey Baird

Hidden Gems Productions new show Bag Lady

Review: Bag Lady makes Huddersfield theatre audience think

In the small Cellar Theatre, maximum capacity 120, audience members take their seats and are confronted by a collection of bags, discarded shoes and boxes. This is the setting

Scape House

Restaurant review: Scape House Inn

Tempura is a word which is bandied around freely on menus these days

Pauline Sykes, director of the Huddersfield Thespians production of Last of the Summer Wine

Review - Huddersfield Thespians: Last of The Summer Wine

Last of Summer Wine on stage in Huddersfield

Huddersfield Town Hall

Orchestra of Opera North: Review by William Marshall

Shostakovich’s orchestral music often reaches heights of beauty, but 20th Century dystopianism is never too far away. The principal work of the concert’s first half, therefore, was a complete contrast


Restaurant review: Nawaab, Huddersfield

Huddersfield has had a Nawaab for 22 years and it is indeed in an opulent setting

Golden Fleece, Blackley

Restaurant review: Golden Fleece at Blackley

Our quiet meal out wasn’t quite as anticipated. My father had difficulty hearing us (although he does at the best of times), but you can’t fault a restaurant for being popular

Salvia Italian restaurant in Mirfield

Restaurant Review - Salvia at Mirfield

Blink and you’d miss Salvia. Tucked away in a more industrial than gastronomic part of Mirfield, this modest little Italian doesn’t shout about itself

The rear dining room at The Fleece Inn, Barkisland

Restaurant Review: The Fleece Inn, Barkisland

I’d gone for the honey and mustard ham while my partner went for the beef – and was offered it pink – which she joyfully accepted

Interior of the Pink Elephant

Restaurant Review: Meltham's Pink Elephant

Former Lodges supermarket has been transformed into new restaurant

An exhibition of artwork at Holmfirth Civic Hall

Val Joan: Holmfirth artWeek turns the Holme Valley into the biggest art gallery around

Catching a glimpse of Caroline Uff's prints is worth the trip out to see, along with a huge range of other artists on display across town

Terrific trio makes rousing finale for Slaithwaite Philharmonic Orchestra


Videos & Photos

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Doug Thomson
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Local Government Correspondent
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Education Correspondent
Henryk Zientek
Business Correspondent
Martin Shaw
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