The weekend may be a while away yet, but that's no reason not to make the most of your Tuesday.
If you're at a loose end, there's plenty going on in and around Kirklees to fill your day - from a nice walk in the park to an evening with Jane Eyre or even a night of horror at West Yorkshire Playhouse.
Here's three things to do today, Tuesday September 23:
- Get some fresh air with a walk around Dewsbury Country Park - The new easy access pathway makes exploring Dewsbury Country Park, in Park Road, Dewsbury Moor, fun for everyone. Meet at the park at 2pm, for a Walk For All - a planned stroll aimed at those with limited mobility but suitable for all. Meet new people and explore the great outdoors.
- Enjoy a bit of Bronte at the LBT - Lose yourself in Charlotte Bronte's much-loved novel Jane Eyre at the Lawrence Batley Theatre. The Huddersfield venue is showing the film version released in 2011, starring Mia Wasikowska, Michael Fassbender, and Billy Elliot star Jamie Bell. The film starts at 7.30pm - book tickets here.
Click below to watch the trailer
Try some drama, Tennessee Williams-style - Fancy a trip to the theatre? Tennessee William's Pulitzer-winning drama A Streetcar Named Desire is being performed at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in Leeds tonight - call the Box Office on 0113 213 7700 for tickets. Staged by the Secret Theatre Company, the show is a radical reclaiming of Williams' classic tale of lust, jealousy and pride.
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