Get 2018 off to a fearsome start with a special 35mm screening of classic 80s horror The Lost Boys at the Picturehouse, Bradford. (January 11) With Kiefer Sutherland in a terrifying star making role as David, leader of the vampire clan, and Corey Feldman and Jamieson Newlander as the Frog Brothers, The Lost Boys is directed with the masterful visual technique of Joel Schumacher.
The New Year at the Dye House Gallery in Bradford College will begin with a new exhibition by Leeds Fine Artists. Visual Identities will feature work by members of the group, which formed in 1874. There are currently over 50 artists who are part of the group, which works in 2D and 3D arts. The exhibition will run from January 8 to February 7. The gallery opens from Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm.
Take a Winter Wander (January 13) with the Brontë Parsonage Museum Guides as they uncover the stories and secrets of the village the Brontës would have known. This special storytelling adventure takes place on the streets of Haworth and includes encounters with local characters John Brown and Tabitha Ratcliffe, who knew the Brontë family well.
There’s still time to catch the pantomime. Oh yes there is… Cinderella runs at the Alhambra Theatre, Bradford (until January 28) – a panto full of songs, mischief and plenty of magic.
Our Hot Pick! Now for something a bit different….. Jane Hair, a new play about the Brontës set and performed in modern day hair salons. Appointments available Tuesday 23rd & Friday 26th January.
Join Cliffe Castle Museum for a free music performance (Sunday 28 January, 2pm). Bradford Concert Band will perform a range of music from formal overtures and marches to light classics and hits from the musicals, right through to popular numbers of today.
Our list of things to do and see this January in Bradford & District.