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A night with two comedy giants

Laurel and Hardy nights have become an annual event at the Rex Cinema, Elland - thanks to the overwhelming enthusiasm of comedy and film buffs from all over the country.

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Cartoonist Steve is big draw at festival

Cartoonist Steve is big draw at festival

Cartoonist Steve Bell’s mocking and often controversial lampoons have become the stuff of legend.

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This Easter the clocks go right back at Eureka!

This Easter the clocks go right back at Eureka!

While most people will be putting their clocks forward this Spring, Eureka! The National Children’s Museum will be celebrating the Easter holidays by turning theirs way back, for a bit of Medieval Mayhem between April 1 and 23.

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A tough look at England

A tough look at England

Halifax Film Society’s 50th anniversary season continues on Sunday, March 26 with a screening of the hard-hitting 2006 drama ‘This Is England’.

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Inspiration from Yorks landscape

Inspiration from Yorks landscape

The new exhibition at the Harrison Lord Gallery in Brighouse features a stunning mix of paintings by talented local artists responding to the theme “drama”.

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Video: Ellie’s walking on clouds after Runway take-off

Ellie Smith dreams of a life in the clouds working for an airline.

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German Oscar entry is a masterful comedy

German Oscar entry is a masterful comedy

‘Toni Erdmann’ was hailed as one of the standout films of last year’s Cannes Film Festival where it premiered in Competition (the first German film to debut there in 10 years) and won the Best Film award.

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God lives - in Brussels ...

God lives - in Brussels ...

In the amusing religious satire ‘The Brand New Testament’ (15), God is a mean-spirited bully and petty tyrant who lives with hiswith his opinionated young daughter in an apartment block in Brussels.

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An in depth look at Phyllis’s work

An in depth look at Phyllis’s work

Reflections of Light, an exhibition of paintings and sculpture by Phyllis Hargreaves gets its premier at Artsmill, Hebden Bridge this Sunday (11am to 4pm).

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SLIDESHOW: Readers’ pictures

We have received some fab bird photos recently so here is a slideshow to showcase them.

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Illustrations from a renowned artist

Illustrations from a renowned artist

Britain’s best known living illustrator, Sir Quentin Blake will exhibit a selection of his work from April 1 over three months at The Artworks 1830 Gallery.

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Oops - Johnny Nelson comes adrift

TV exposure! The awkward moment Sheffield boxing hero Johnny Nelson’s pants burst

Johnny Nelson is a big guy.

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Pictured from left, Beth Parsons, Ant, Jamie Oliver, Dec and Christopher Dean. Picture: Stray FM (s)

Jamie Oliver pranked in Yorkshire for return of Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

Two radio presenters went undercover in Harrogate to help prank celebrity chef Jamie Oliver for the return of Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

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Newsies come into Vue

A recording of the Broadway hit stage version of Disney’s Newsies - a musical depicting the real life 1899 newsboy strike in New York - will be shown at Halifax’s Vue cinema on Sunday (February 19, 4.30pm).

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It was gran who knew best for our Runway 2016 winner Natasha

But for her gran, the chances are Natasha Maude would have never submitted an entry to Runway last year.

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The greatest
lover

The greatest lover

Northern Ballet brings its World Premiere of Casanova to the Leeds Grand Theatre stage next month ahead of a nationwide tour.

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Red shoulder detail maxi dress, �110, Myleene Klass at Littlewoods.com.

Fashion: How to dress for date night

As Valentine’s Day approaches, Stephanie Smith has advice on how to dress when romance is in the air (or when you’re hoping it might be).

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Inspirational

Inspirational

It was one of the most horrific moments of the Falklands conflict when two Argentinian war planes attacked the RFA Sir Galahad.

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Unlikely heroes feature
in spring exhibitions

Unlikely heroes feature in spring exhibitions

New work by artists including Mark Murphy, John Baldwin, Martin Waters and Ian C Taylor is featured in the spring exhibitions at Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax, which open on Saturday, February 11.

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Playing dangerous games

Nominated for seven Oscars, ‘Dangerous Liaisons’ garnered critical acclaim for its stunning performances by Glenn Close, John Malkovich and Michelle Pfeiffer, its cinematography, costume design and Christopher Hampton’s screenplay.

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