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Fat Friends The Musical The Alhambra Theatre 14 – 19 May 2018

  Get ready to laugh your socks off in the hilarious and uplifting musical comedy by Yorkshire’s very own Kay Mellor. Fat Friends the Musical lands at the Alhambra Theatre in Bradford with sweet treats galore and including the stage debut of the cricketing hero Freddie Flintoff. The much-loved TV show entertained fans over four packed series and now transfers ...

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Evita hits the stage in musical triumph, Alhambra Theatre Bradford – 24 – 28 April 2018

  Elegance, charm and amazing music all fill the Alhambra Theatre in Bradford this week as Evita hits the stage in musical triumph. Possible one of my favourites of all time and I’m a massive fan of the film, with Madonna portraying Argentina’s iconic first lady Eva Peron. She just missed out on that Oscar nomination even though she scooped ...

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Matthew Jameson reviews – War Horse at The Alambra Theatre, Bradford. Showing now until the 10th March 2018.

Matthew Jameson reviews – War Horse at The Alambra Theatre, Bradford. Showing now until the 10th March 2018. The First World War throughout history was depicted as hell on earth in trench warfare, soldiers living, sleeping and breathing behind enemy lines in France waiting to strike. I remember sat in my History class at school learning about the battles that ...

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Matthew Jameson Reviews Sunset Boulevard at Alhambra Theatre Bradford

What better way to start an evening on Sunset Boulevard then in the Alhambra’s very own Restaurant 1914. Having never dined in this stylish and delightful eatery before I was very much impressed with delicious food and top quality friendly service with a smile. Now we’re ready to enter the world of Hollywood past as this classic tale of stardom, ...

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If you have a child in Key Stage 2 who is hoping for a fun and engaging February half-term with opportunities to make new friends and develop new skills then look no further…

If you have a child in Key Stage 2 who is hoping for a fun and engaging February half-term with opportunities to make new friends and develop new skills then look no further… Evolve will be presenting a new XLR8 course at Ilkley Grammar School and 7-11 year olds across the Bradford area are all invited. XLR8 courses are brand new programmes that ...

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Yasmin Macis Experiences Nature’s Finest

By far the best way to see animals is in their own habitats, where they act naturally and are an integral part of the landscape. That’s why I’d like to offer you a choice of holidays that include close encounters with amazing creatures in the wild. African safaris remain popular with my clients and are a safe bet if you ...

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Bradford’s gearing up for the Extreme Stunt Show 4th November

Bradford’s gearing up for the Extreme Stunt Show THRILLSEEKERS in Bradford can enjoy an evening of astounding action as world famous extreme acts descend upon the city for one night only. The Extreme Stunt Show, which is coming to the Provident Stadium on November 4, has mesmerised petrol-heads and car fanatics worldwide for the past 30 years with an array ...

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WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU BUY A NEW HOME Louise Burgess, from Levi Solicitors LLP, presents her legal column for What’s On Bradford

A new home will probably be one of the most expensive purchases you will make. Besides the property itself, there are other costs to consider. Whether you are a first time buyer, or you are just unsure about the costs of purchasing, here is our breakdown on what costs to expect when buying a new home. Mortgage Fees If you ...

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Vaughn Thomas from Sovereign Wealth Private Clients, is back with his column.

Vaughn Thomas. Rules on pensions are not always black and white in the eyes of savers, but they are proving to be a handy revenue-raiser for government. Tighter rules that limit the amount of tax relief available on pension savings are proving to be a money- spinner for the Treasury. According to data released by HMRC, around 2,400 savers breached ...

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