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The includes a mix of traditional and contemporary entertainment - folk, carols, excerpts from mummers' plays and Christmas poetry and prose, sharing the festivities with juggling, knockabout humour and good time folk rock.
An evening of international absurd circus featuring awesome speed painter Jon Hicks, spectacular slapstick clowning trio Betticombo and cycling pianist Rimski. Matchless in its madness, this is a circus variety show for all ages.
Halifax Dance Academy, home of Barbara Peters School of Dance and Break Boys, presents a selection of children's dance and musical theatre favourites as students aged from four years to adult show off their tap, ballet, jazz, musical theatre and breakdancing skills.
Huddersfield Community Gospel Choir and friends celebrate five years of bringing diverse audiences together through life-affirming roots and gospel music, showing off the energy, enthusiasm, and talent of the Choir, and pay tribute to the people and organisations who have helped them since their inception.
Huddersfield New College Performing Arts presents a spectacular showcase of dance and musical theatre. Filled with lively entertainment suitable for the whole family, this all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza features routines from Anything Goes, Cats, Sweet Charity, Kiss Me Kate and much more.
Karen Binns Stage School students aged 18 months upwards will be showing off their talents with a variety of dance, drama and singing.
Karen Binns Stage School students aged 18 months upwards show off their talents with spectacular routines in ballet, tap, modern, street, cheerleading and gymnastics. With a programme of dance, drama and singing, their Showcase will keep you entertained with a selection of pop and classical music... and a trip to the Chocolate Factory.
The SK2 Jazz Orchestra return for another blast through the swinging repertoire of ace arranger and band leader Stan Kenton, with music spanning the length and breadth of his career.
BBC Radio Manchester's News of the Week singer-songwriter Claire Mooney brings you some of the most talented up-and-coming female entertainers from the worlds of music, comedy and spoken word, including performance poet, playwright and SOUND WOMEN favourite Alex Keelan.