What's On

Events are added to the What's On page by artists and organisation and may not have been updated since the announcement of the lockdown in January.  Many will now take place online and you can use the search icon on the left to search 'online' for activities..  Due to regular changes brought about by the Covid-19 situation please check the organiser’s website or social media for up-to-date information.

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Bach St. John Passion Choral Workshop (Free!)

Sat 27 Mar 2021

Bach St. John Passion Choral Workshop (Free!)

Huddersfield Choral Society invites you to join its next Online Workshop - Bach St John Passion with Iestyn Davies and Mark Seow. You will be guided through various choruses from Bach's John Passion by Huddersfield Ch.....Read more

The Subtle Science and Exact Art of Colour in Garden Design

Thu 18 Mar 2021

The Subtle Science and Exact Art of Colour in Garden Design

The Subtle Science and exact Art of colour in English Garden Design. Why Garden can rank as Fine Art. Lecture delivered by Timothy Walker In 1888 Gertrude Jekyll wrote a short but seminal article in The Garden in wh.....Read more

Thu 04 Feb to Thu 18 Mar 2021 (1 month)

Art: Identities Beyond The Canon

Have you ever questioned why certain cultural objects and creators become more valued than others, or what we understand about objects and makers marginalised from long-held, European notions of 'art' and 'great art'? .....Read more

March Lockdown Livestream - a top line-up of folk & roots music

Sat 13 Mar 2021

March Lockdown Livestream - a top line-up of folk & roots music

Our March Lockdown Livestream will feature four exceptional artists who between them range across folk, Americana, country, bluegrass, jazz and more - Sierra Hull, Hannah Read, Caitlin Canty and Isa Burke. I'm delighted .....Read more

Mon 08 Mar 2021

Women Artists In Renaissance Italy

An online workshop for International Women's Day, to celebrate extraordinary but overlooked women in the history of art. The works of Italian Renaissance male artists are widely renowned and revered, but what about th.....Read more

February 20th Zoom Session

Sat 20 Feb 2021

February 20th Zoom Session

Another in a regular series of afternoon spoken word sessions via Zoom. Participants and listeners are welcome to Join anytime between 2pm and 5p Entry details available from Jim at talking_zebras@yahoo.co.uk There is .....Read more

Lockdown Livestream - blues & roots with Kyla Brox

Sat 20 Feb 2021

Lockdown Livestream - blues & roots with Kyla Brox

Our February Lockdown Livestream will feature a top notch double bill of blues, folk/roots and Americana! We welcome sensational British blues artist Kyla Brox, with an opening set of old time Americana from Simon Robin.....Read more

Online Choral Workshop - Mozart Requiem

Sat 20 Feb 2021

Online Choral Workshop - Mozart Requiem

You are invited to join this free event with the Huddersfield Choral Society and singers from across the world in our first ever online choral workshop, on Saturday 20th February between 13:00 and 16:00 GMT. Our program.....Read more

Vincent Van Goch: Madman or Genius

Thu 18 Feb 2021

Vincent Van Goch: Madman or Genius

Vincent Van Gogh - Madman or Genius. Lecture delivered by Anthony Russell It would seem that there has never been fascination in an artist to rival the Dutchman who simply signed his work 'Vincent'. We are all aware o.....Read more

The Curious Creative Writing Club

Wed 17 Feb 2021

The Curious Creative Writing Club

This is an online weekly creative writing club for people of all levels Aim: To provide inspirational prompts to encourage and empower members to nurture their creative writing ideas and bring them to life on the page!.....Read more

Peaky Blinders; The Real Story

Thu 11 Feb 2021

Peaky Blinders; The Real Story

Peaky Blinders: The Real Story. Join Carl Chinn in conversation with Writer in Residence for Kirklees, Chris Longden. Well-known social historian Carl Chinn shines a light on the rarely reported struggles of the work.....Read more

FEBRUARY 6th ZOOM SESSION

Sat 06 Feb 2021

FEBRUARY 6th ZOOM SESSION

The latest in a regular series of afternoon spoken word sessions via Zoom. Participants and listeners are welcome to Join anytime between 2pm and 5p Entry details available from Jim at talking_zebras@yahoo.co.uk There .....Read more

Masterpieces of Furniture in Yorkshire’s Country Houses.

Thu 21 Jan 2021

Masterpieces of Furniture in Yorkshire’s Country Houses.

Masterpieces of Furniture in Yorkshire’s Country Houses. Lecture delivered by Janusz Karcezewski-Slowikowski. “Nowhere else has arguably as much to offer in the way of great country houses as does Yorkshire” – and ma.....Read more

Democracy of Print : We're Not In Westminster Any More

Sat 07 Feb 2015

Democracy of Print : We're Not In Westminster Any More

Join artist Amy Hirst in making a printed banner inspired by Huddersfield’s radical heritage. From the Luddites and the Chartists to the present day, printmaking has played an important part in the development of democra.....Read more

Golcar Lily Day

Sat 10 May 2014

Golcar Lily Day

It's Golcar Lilly Day! Susanna Meese is TellingTales with The Story Wheel at Golcar Library 12.30 & 1.30 Free half hour sessions of interactive traditional Nursery Tales. Made for little ones enjoyed by all!..Read more

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