Rex Cinema in Elland is offering a voucher for Friday and Sundays until August 31. Dunkirk and Cars 3 start Friday – Dunkirk is on all week at 5.35pm and 8.20pm. Cars is on every day at 2.30pm until and including Thursday 3 August.
Friday 30 June from 6 pm. An exhibition of art, photography and writing by students from the school, followed by a celebratory concert featuring local musicians, including Elland Silver Band and Elland Male Voice Choir, headlined by Lizzie Jones.
Raising funds for Overgate Hospice.
Tickets £10 available from the Victoria Theatre Box Office: 01422 351158 and at local outlets or online at www.victoriatheatre.co.uk
Now in its fifth year, Routes Festival returns with another day of the best in unsigned and underage music at Orangebox Young People’s Centre, Halifax.
Routes Festival provides a platform for young musicians aged 12-24 to showcase their talents on an open and accessible stage. This year Routes will present live music across three stages throughout the day, encompassing a wide range of musical styles – from pop to metal, dance to acoustic.
Orangebox 10 Square Road Halifax HQ1 1QG England 01422 349422
Still time to see The Actors Workshop Youth Theatre & Studio Group presenting the film comedy The Birdcage on stage at The Studio Workshop, Back Victoria Street, Halifax from 6 – 10 June from 7:30 pm (bar opening at 7 pm). Tickets £10 (concessions £8). Advance Booking on 01422 323688.
Don’t forget it’s the 61st Halifax Charity Gala this weekend, Saturday 10th June!
Tickets are available at reception at Threeways Sports Centre for just £1 each.
Tickets are also available from Cafe Zone Halifax on behalf of National Autistic Society (Calderdale).
The Grand Procession is setting off at 11:30 from Eureka car pack then goes on (following the same route as the last two years through the centre of town):
- Church Street
- Square Road
- Horton St
- Union Street
- Market Street
- Old Market
- Corn Market
- Ward’s End
- Commercial Street (very small section by Victoria Theatre)
- Portland Place
- Skircoat Road
- Heath Road
- Skircoat Green Road
- Manor Heath Road
The town received a Royal Charter on 24 February 1317 from King Edward II allowing it to host a weekly market, as well as two fairs a year.
On 15 June 2017 – 14:00 to 17:00 take a short walk around Elland exploring its history with a knowledgeable local guide. Then return to the library to do creative writing inspired by the walk. For more information about this FREE event contact Elland Library on 01422 374472 or email email@example.com.
This ambitious project is made by and with the communities of Calderdale and will tell stories of a valley and people shaped by water and performed by a large community cast who will take the audience on a musical odyssey along the Calder Valley.
If you can’t make it to the Halifax Gala on Saturday why not go down to join in with the Elland Lane Children’s Treat.
Huddersfield Amateur Football Club are holding a free fun day for all! Includes bouncy castle, rodeo bull, photo booth and more on Saturday 10 June 11 am – 4 pm. The event is being held at Huddersfield Amateur Football Club, Old Earth, Elland Lane, Elland, HX5 9ES.
HAFC was established in 1905 and currently run four senior men’s teams in the Yorkshire Amateur League (formerly the Yorkshire Old Boys League) and a full boys junior section (see HAFC JUNIORS).
The on and off pitch facilities just outside Elland, between Huddersfield and Halifax, are some of the best in amateur football in the whole of West Yorkshire.
New members are always welcome! For further details please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rotary club of Sowerby Bridge (RCoSB) 4th annual Classic Bike and Scooter Show promises to be bigger and better than before.
Pre 1980 scooter and bikes can be entered into the show with 16 categories – there is a new one this year: post 1980 modern classics and custom bikes.
Please see our website www.rotarysowerbybridge.org for details on how to enter. The pre entry fee is £5 and on the day is £6. Bikes and scooters need to arrive on the day between 8am – 10am. Winners will be announced in the afternoon.
One of the star exhibits will be the Russian Ice Speedway Bike formally owned by a runner up in the 1994-2002 world championships. This 2 valve Jawa engine bike specially built for the sport has 28mm spikes in the tyres (350 in total) to ensure a grip on the ice. It is a spectacle in itself and is not to be misses as this is suspected to be the only one in the country in its current form. Read the rest of this entry »