Whilst our doors are closed there are plenty of ways we will continue to entertain you from the comfort of your own home…
Throughout January we’re going to be giving you a toolkit of free digital delights including mindful movement tutorials, wholesome recipes and uplifting stories to help nourish your mind, body & soul…
Book for a brand-new online production brought to you by the team behind What A Carve Up!
The Picture of Dorian Gray is a dazzling digital adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s tale brought kicking and screaming into the world of Instagram, Facebook and dating apps.
Take a stroll or rather scroll through our online exhibitions, No Ordinary Time and The Half by Simon Annand.
No Ordinary Time captures life for the African-Caribbean community in Kirklees during the easing of the first national lockdown and features images by Huddersfield-based photographer, Vinny Tyrell.
The Half by world-renowned photographer Simon Annand showcases 74 photographs capturing actors and actresses at the beginning of their careers through to playing on the most famous stages.
Need something to keep the kids occupied?
Why not order a Charlotte Holmes Adventure Box? Described by The Guardian as “ingeniously designed” the box is suitable for children aged 7-11 and offers over 10 hours of play time.
Don’t adjust your set – that’s right, LBTV is here again! We have tuned back in to our free online channel to keep you entertained, engaged and connected from the comfort of your own home whilst the theatre is closed.