What’s on this week

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Just because it’s a school night doesn’t mean to say you can’t go out. Find a weekday funday in our what’s on guide.

MONDAY AND TUESDAY

Music

Leeds Town Hall:

Monday, lunchtime concert with violinist David Greed, organist Simon Lindley and soprano Sarah Potter - Music without Distraction, 1.05pm. Free. Tel: 0113 247 3801.

Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester:

Tuesday, Manchester Camerata, 7.30pm. Tel: 0844 907 9000.

Leeds Jazz Club:

Tuesday, Spirit of New Orleans, Armley Conservative Club, Armley Conservative Club, Leeds, 8.3pm. Tel: 0113 252 3844.

Theatre

Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield:

From Tuesday to Saturday, Dick and Lottie with Relatively Speaking and Life of Riley (alternate nights), 7.45pm. Tel: 01484 430528.

WALKS

Oakwell in Winter

Monday, with North Kirklees Ramblers. Meet at 1pm, Oakwell Hall at the top car park, WF17 9LG, for a4 mile moderate walk. No dogs. Led by Kathleen, ring 01924 471473.

Bramhope area

Monday. A B walk with Dewsbury and District Ramblers. Meet walk leader Stuart Gledhill at Wellington Road car park, Dewsbury, 9am.

Crew Health Walk:

Tuesday, four mile walk along the Heckmondwike Greenways, led by Brian, meet Morrisons (lower car park), Heckmondwike, 10am. Tel: 01484 712037.

EXHIBITIONS

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place, Batley

Open Exhibition 2013

Matthew’s Coffee House, Market Street, Cleckheaton

Cleckheaton’s Got Talent by Cleckheaton U3A Art Group

West Yorkshire Print Workshop, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield

20:20 Print Exchange Exhibition.

ALSO ON

Meet Alexander McCall-Smith:

Monday, the best-selling author launches his new novel The Forever Girl, event organised by The Bookcase, Hebden Bridge Town Hall, 7.30pm. Tel: 01422 845353.

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY

Music

Leeds Town Hall:

Monday, lunchtime concert with violinist David Greed, organist Simon Lindley and soprano Sarah Potter - Music without Distraction, 1.05pm. Free. Tel: 0113 247 3801.

Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester:

Tuesday, Manchester Camerata, 7.30pm. Tel: 0844 907 9000.

Leeds Jazz Club:

Tuesday, Spirit of New Orleans, Armley Conservative Club, Armley Conservative Club, Leeds, 8.3pm. Tel: 0113 252 3844.

Theatre

Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield:

From Tuesday to Saturday, Dick and Lottie with Relatively Speaking and Life of Riley (alternate nights), 7.45pm. Tel: 01484 430528.

WALKS

Oakwell in Winter

Monday, with North Kirklees Ramblers. Meet at 1pm, Oakwell Hall at the top car park, WF17 9LG, for a4 mile moderate walk. No dogs. Led by Kathleen, ring 01924 471473.

Bramhope area

Monday. A B walk with Dewsbury and District Ramblers. Meet walk leader Stuart Gledhill at Wellington Road car park, Dewsbury, 9am.

Crew Health Walk:

Tuesday, four mile walk along the Heckmondwike Greenways, led by Brian, meet Morrisons (lower car park), Heckmondwike, 10am. Tel: 01484 712037.

EXHIBITIONS

Batley Art Gallery, Market Place, Batley

Open Exhibition 2013

Matthew’s Coffee House, Market Street, Cleckheaton

Cleckheaton’s Got Talent by Cleckheaton U3A Art Group

West Yorkshire Print Workshop, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield

20:20 Print Exchange Exhibition.

ALSO ON

Meet Alexander McCall-Smith:

Monday, the best-selling author launches his new novel The Forever Girl, event organised by The Bookcase, Hebden Bridge Town Hall, 7.30pm. Tel: 01422 845353.