Glusburn Institute: pantomime Peter Pan (until tomorrow). Tickets from Forget-Me-Not, Cross Hills.

Oakworth Methodist Church: pantomime Little Red Riding Hood (until tomorrow). Tickets from Oakworth Post Office.

Bingley Arts Centre: Bingley Little Theatre in thriller Wait Until Dark (until tomorrow 7.30pm). Phone 01274 432000.

Cullingworth Village Hall: CADS in pantomime The Ice Queen (until tomorrow Saturday). Tickets from Cullingworth Pharmacy

St Stephen's Church Hall, Steeton: 1st Stage in pantomime Bo-Peep (tonight-Saturday, 7pm, February 25 2.30pm & 7pm). Phone 01535 653010.

Former Bronte Middle School, Oakworth Road, Keighley: Kydz youth theatre in comedy-drama Spies (Thursday-Saturday 7.30pm). Phone 01535 219705.

Cliffe Castle Museum: Bront sisters sculptures (until April 29). Phone 01535 618231.


St George's Hall, Bradford: The Kings of Swing with Nelson Riddle Tribute Orchestra (tomorrow); singer Barbara Dickson (Tuesday); Circus of Horrors (Wednesday); Sing-a-long-a Abba (Friday). Phone 01274 432000.

Victoria Theatre, Halifax: Halifax Symphony Orchestra with Grieg's piano concerto and Saint-Saens' Organ Symphony (tomorrow); comedian Paddy McGuinness (Thursday); cricketer Freddie Trueman (Friday). Phone 01422 351158.

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds: Ibsen's drama Hedda Gabler (until March 11); Angela Carter's romantic drama Nights at the Circus (until March 4). Phone 0113 213 7700.

Square Chapel, Halifax: twisted anxiety drama in Bram Stoker's Nightmare Dracula (tonight); intriguing drama Modelling Spitfires (Thursday); Allegri String Quartet (Friday). Phone 01422 349422.

Leeds City Varieties: folk band Nickel Creek (tonight); Albert Lee and Hogan's Heroes (Tuesday); The Drifters (Thursday); Louis Hoover sings Frank Sinatra and more (Friday). Phone 0113 243 0808.


One Size Fits All plays diverse covers at Steeton Soldiers and Sailors Club tomorrow.

Cadillac Kings play Spectrum Blues Club, St Anne's Social Centre, Keighley, next Friday. Phone 07974 241801.

Unfinished Drawings, Boys with Beaks and Every Second of Every Day play experimental music at Rendezvous Hotel, Snaygill, Skipton, on Friday. Admission £5.

Acoustic blues band Euclid Avenue plays at the Cricketers Arms, Coney Lane on Tuesday (Feb 28). The same venue hosts local singer/songwriter Sarah Lawton on Thursday (March 2). Both events start at 8.30pm. Admission is free.

Coming up:

Leeds City Varieties in March: comedy hypnotist Andrew Newton (4); Country Legends (5); medium Sharon Neill (8); Beatles Story (10); Irish singer Brendan Shine (12); Russian opera classics (19); singer Lena Martell (21); celebrity Henry Blofeld (23); soul-pop band The Christians (24); singer Sam Brown (25); comedian Sue Perkins (29); Queen tribute band Magic (30).

Burnley Mechanics in March: comedian Lucy Porter (3); singer Paul Jones (4); Pendle Opera in La Boheme (9-11); actor Ricky Tomlinson (21); Wishbone Ash (22); tribute band Clone Roses (24); Elvis Collection with Billy J. McGregor (25); Burnley Light Opera in Hot Mikado (28-April 1). Phone 01282 664400.


Memoirs of a Geisha (12a): Japanese sex slave's rise from misery to fame, unrequited love, against treachery and war.

The Constant Gardener (15): Ralph Fiennes probes death of his human rights activist wife Rachel Weisz.

Zathura: A Space Adventure (PG): a family's house is blasted into space in this Jumanji sequel.

Chicken Little (U): Disney'scomedy-adventure about a chicken fighting ridicule to save his town.

Derailed (15): Blackmail, adultery and intrigue in thriller with Jennifer Aniston and Clive Owen.

Brokeback Mountain (15): A love story involving two young men who meet one summer and forge a lifelong connection.

Walk the Line (12a): A chronicle of country music legend Johnny Cash's life, from his early days on a cotton farm to his rise to fame with Sun Records in Memphis.