Lawrence Batley Theatre
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- Website www.lbt-uk.org
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An Audience with Lesley Garrett
An evening of song, reminiscences and chat with the British soprano. Garrett discusses her time on stage in musicals and performing with the English and Welsh National Operas, as well as her TV appearances on shows such as Strictly Come Dancing.
Beth Vyse: As Funny as Cancer
The disarmingly frank stand-up from Stoke-on-Trent discusses her battle with breast cancer, family life and her experiences as an actress at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Ages 14+.
Christmas Comedy Cellar
Hilarity with a festive sprinkling from Tom Wrigglesworth and Lou Conran.
Joyce Branagh and Andrew Pollard's classic panto with sparkling scenery, costumes and plenty of audience interaction.
Fri 9 Dec
Mon 12 Dec
The golden tale of the boy and his feline friend who ventures to London to seek their fortune, believing the streets to be paved with gold, only to enter into a grim place, swarmed with rats lead by King Rat. Together with a host of friends, prepare for a hilarious adventure.
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels: Huddersfield Musical Theatre Company
A musical comedy based on a series of con artists wheeling and dealing on the French Riviera, written by Jeffrey Lane.
Tue 8 Nov
Wed 9 Nov
Thu 10 Nov
French Without Tears
Paul Miller directs Terence Rattigan's sparkling 1936 comedy about a group of young men, who arrive at a French school to cram for their exams one summer but find their attention distracted by a beautiful visitor. An Orange Tree Theatre and English Touring Theatre co-production.
The whole evening is dedicated to all things outlandish and macabre with live music, exhibitions, magic, film, dancing and performances.
Icarus Theatre Collective bring Shakespeare's bloody revenge piece to life in this vibrant retelling of the Bard's Denmark-based tragedy.
The House Behind the Lines
A play exploring the hidden history of sex workers during WWI. Ages 14+.
Using a unique combination of light play and song to re-imagine this well-known Nordic legend, this magical, wintry production brings Jack Frost to life through puppetry, live music and enchanting storytelling.
January Comedy Cellar
TV personality and award-winning stand-up Gary Delaney headlines the night, with support from Sam Harland.
Jason Byrne is Propped Up
Jason brings back prop comedy in a way that'll make you forget all about Gallagher and Carrot Top.
Jonathan Pie: Live
The comic reveals the truth behind recent news events both home and abroad.
Jump & Shout
The youngsters of Kirklees will be breaking out their fancy footwork with a variety of dance routines, gaining valuable experience and showing off their talent.
The veteran group sing their much loved sea shanties and folk songs including their hit Don't Take The Heroes.
Lee Nelson: Suited and Booted
Lee Nelson, the creation of comedian Simon Brodkin, is the chavvy catch-phrase monger whose Well Good Show has become a BBC3 hit. Now the South London geeza takes his banter to the live stage where it all works best. Brodkin has appeared as Nelson in a host of TV programmes including Al Murray's sketch show Al Murray's…
The Legend Variety Show
Students as young as 18 months old from Karen Binns Stage School showcase their talents in the school's third annual show.
The Lock In: Christmas Carol
Join the BBC award-winning folk powerhouse The Demon Barbers and Breaking Tradition Dance Company for the very best festive live music, song and dance.
Molly's Marvellous Moustache
A new theatrical adaptation of the original storybook, written by Andrea Heaton and illustrated by Talya Baldwin about the adventures a girl with a toy moustache.
Sat 12 Nov
November Comedy Cellar
Intimate, atmospheric and relaxed, our perennially popular monthly Comedy Cellars are the perfect way to experience stand-up in all its spontaneous, electrifying glory. DANNY MCLOUGHLIN As seen on Dave's One Night Stand. Tour support for the likes of Sean Lock and Micky Flanagan. 'A class act' THREE WEEKS TOM LITTLE…
Aisling Smith directs George Bernard Shaw's comedy drama exploring snobbery and the British class system through the story of Prof Henry Higgins and his mission to transform the speech of Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle.
Queenie's Coffee House Nights
An engaging programme of spoken word, acoustic music and performance.
Reginald D Hunter: The Man Who Attempted To Do As Much and Such
The self-proclaimed 'comedian, swashbuckler and scientist' takes his latest and no doubt controversial show on the road.
Fri 26 May 2017
Alan Ayckbourn's 78th play, a series of five self-contained one-act plays - The Judge, The Novelist, The Politician, The Star and The Agent - written to be performed in any order, all of which are connected in some way.
The Wedding Singer
It's 1985 and rock-star wannabe Robbie Hart is New Jersey's favourite wedding singer. He's the life of the party, until his own fiancee leaves him at the altar. Heartbroken, alone and approaching career failure, will he ever find love again? With weddings, bar mitzvahs and a rapping grandmother, our cast of fifty talented…