From 80’s pop to panto – what’s on at Kirklees Town Halls this winter?

Feeling the post Christmas slump? Research suggests that two of the best ways to banish the January blues are to try new things and to plan activities to look forward to.

So why not start by checking out what’s on at Kirklees Town Halls this winter?

Here are some of the highlights (click on the town hall name to go straight to listings)

Huddersfield Town Hall
We kick off 2017 with an amazing line-up of events including The 80s Invasion Tour featuring Paul Young, Toyah, Martika and China Crisis. Other highlights include A Vision of Elvis, Al Murray, Big Girls Don’t Cry and Huddersfield Literature Festival. We’ve also got local brass bands, choirs and orchestras too.
Dewsbury Town Hall
The Yorkshire Vegan Festival comes to the Town Hall on 28 January. Other highlights include Dewsbury Collegians production of Aladdin, Lunchtime Chamber Concerts, singing competitions and Slaithwaite Philharmonic Orchestra.
Cleckheaton Town Hall
Cleckheaton Town Hall has a busy line up packed full of exciting shows and concerts including You Win Again – The Story of The Bee Gees, Baby Ballet, Gareth Gates Live & Acoustic, Islands in the Stream – A tribute to Dolly and Kenny. Plus we welcome Heckmondwike Players production of The King and I.
Batley Town Hall
From Drama to Musicals there is something for everyone at Batley Town Hall including Carlinghows Mother Goose, Applause Theatres Robin Hood, Batley Gilbert & Sullivan Societies The Gondoliers, Harper Theatres A Night of Movie Musicals and Songsational make a welcome return.

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