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£13 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm, first act onstage 8pm. Unreserved Seating.

The Old Woollen's regular comedy club night, featuring three great comics:

MANDY MUDEN - Magic Circle Carlton Award for Comedy in Magic. Britain's Got Talent Semi-Finalist. "A funny, clever magician" - THE SCOTSMAN.

DOMINIC WOODWARD - "Effortless delivery" - THE TIMES. “Dominic has a keen eye for observational comedy and genuine funny bones.” - BBC.

ERYN TETT - Cherry Comedy Break Out Act of The Year 2020. Funny Women Stage Award Finalist 2020. “Unique in all the best ways…so fun to watch. She’s going to be massive”- ADAM HESS.

Comedy events are suitable for ages 15+ only. Acts may use strong language and explore mature themes. Line-ups subject to change without notice.

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£1. Doors 3pm. Quiz Starts 4pm. Unreserved Seating.

The Worst Pop Quiz In Farsley Is Back For The New Year!

Quality Top Prizes ~ No Tat Or Beer Tokens.

40 Questions & 40 Answers. Genres, covering the last 50 years of popular music and culture: Pop - Rock - Indie - Funk - Soul - Dance - Metal - Emo

May contain adult themes and strong language.

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£20 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Starts 8pm. Standing Show.

Futuresound Events Presents Manchester based Indie pop superstars, The Lottery Winners, who play at Old Woollen as part of their "This Is How It Feels Tour - Part Two".

Their latest record 'Anxiety Replacement Therapy' recently won the title of Official UK Number 1 Album.

14+ show. Anyone aged between 14-18 needs to be accompanied by a paying adult.

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Win a Top Cash Prize of up to THREE QUARTERS OF A THOUSAND POUNDS (that's £750!) with Trouble at Mill's very own Bingo For The People, the craziest Bingo Night in Farsley.

Doors 7pm, first game starts 8pm. Due to licensing laws this event is suitable for ages 18+ only. No participation fee required to take part in Bingo. Tickets are £7+Booking Fee per person, which provides you with an equal stake in the evening's games.

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£15 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Show 8pm. Unreserved Seating.

Often described as the compère beyond compare, but before becoming a fully-fledged playwright, panellist, performer and stalwart of the Edinburgh Festival, Arthur worked as a road sweeper, dustman, market researcher, teacher and advertised chicken burgers in supermarkets dressed as a fox.

A career in comedy was the only one that could follow a build up like that. He was one of many stand-up performers on the alternative comedy scene in the Eighties.

Twenty years on he still performs in much the same manner, perhaps ironically, he now describes himself as a “semi-professional” comedian.

To BBC radio and TV audiences, his career has been split between appearing on top quiz shows and fronting the funny section in Loose Ends. On TV, he’s been a regular Grumpy Old Man and Countdown wordsmith.

His plays include the award-winning An Evening with Gary Lineker, My Summer with Des and The Bed Show. He has presented Radio 4’s Excess Baggage and Radio 2’s The Smith Lectures and is a regular guest on Loose Ends. He describes himself as Radio 4’s “bit of rough”.

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£16.50 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Show 8pm. Unreserved Seating.



Emmanuel Sonubi presents a whistle stop tour through all of his jobs that have led him to become one of the hottest stand-up comics on the circuit in the brand-new show, Emmanuel Sonubi: Curriculum Vitae.

As seen on, QI, Alan Davies As Yet Untitled, Rhod Gilberts Growing Pains, Apprentice 'You're Fired', Pointless Celebrities and headlining Live at the Apollo.

"One of my favourite discoveries of the year, was Emmanuel Sonubi. Hilarious, warm and unique. If you don't see him now for a tenner, you won't be able to smugly tell your mates about it when they're paying £50 for a crap seat at the O2" – JASON MANFORD

"The bloke has got funny bones" – ROMESH RANGANATHAN

“Side-splittingly funny. Roaring laughs” – THE INDEPENDENT

“Big laughs, engaging tales, you’re seduced by the easy authority of his storytelling” – THE GUARDIAN

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£13.50 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Show 8pm. Unreserved Seating.

Buckle up… You’re in for a hell of a ride! The quickest wits in comedy are here to take you on a totally improvised tour around YOUR weirdest and wildest ideas.

The Noise Next Door are going hell for leather in this brand new show as they race through a priceless parade of off-the-cuff gags, scenes and songs, all based on your suggestions.

The Noise Next Door are twelve-time sell-out veterans of The Edinburgh Fringe and have appeared on ‘The One Show’ (BBC One), ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ (ITV1), and ‘Roast Battle’ (Comedy Central). They have also appeared alongside the likes of Michael McIntyre, Katherine Ryan, Romesh Ranganathan and Harry Hill.

“Hilarious… A superior kind of chaos” - THE TELEGRAPH

“21st century comedy at its finest and funniest.” - THE STAGE

“Comedy gold… Staggeringly well executed.” - THE GUARDIAN

“Phenomenal” - DAILY MIRROR

Age Suggestion: 15+

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£18 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Show 8pm. Standing Show.

A hit at the Edinburgh Fringe, this is blistering new gig theatre about the house music revolution, written by Ben Tagoe (Stan Lee's Lucky Man).

★★★★★ "Grabbed us by the throat... Impressive acting... Excellent writing.. Brilliant tunes" - NORTH WEST END

★★★★★ "Exhilarating... The audience loves it" - THE EDINBURGH REPORTER

It's 1990. Danny is a 19-year-old who stands at the crossroads of football violence and house music. 'Better Days' is a one-man show that takes the audience on a musical journey from 1990 to 1993, combining poetic storytelling with some of the best music from the time. If you were there, you'll enjoy a nostalgic celebration of a scene that so many people still hold dear in their hearts, but with plenty of twists and turns along the way. If you weren't, you'll get a visceral sense of how it felt to come of age in the best era ever!

Please note this is a predominantly standing show - contact access@tam-events.com if you have particular access needs.

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£20 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Start 8pm. Standing Show.

AC/DC, arguably the greatest rock band of all time, are brought to life by Live/Wire with the true passion you would expect from professional musicians who share your love of this legendary live act. They deliver a critically acclaimed High Voltage two hour rock ’n’ roll set with not only cannons and a full bank of Marshall amps but a journey that takes fans from one of the best-selling albums of all time ‘Back in Black’ through to the 2020 release ‘PWR UP’, with a healthy dose of the classics from the Bon Scott era.

The Live/Wire show combines the vocal power of Podge Blacksmith as Brian Johnson, the virtuoso talent of Simon Davies as Angus Young and rhythmic accuracy of Dan Mosley as Malcolm Young. The line-up is completed by Eddie Clark as bassist Cliff Williams and Paul Alwin combining the groove of Phil Rudd and thunderous energy of Chris Slade on drums.

With over 20 years of touring under their belt, Live/Wire put the audience right in the middle of a live experience comparable to that only AC/DC themselves produce. We invite AC/DC fans to join us, sing with us and relive some of those classic AC/DC concerts of the past on our very own Highway to Hell.

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£17 + Booking Fee. Doors 2pm. Show Starts 3pm. Unreserved Seating.

One of our best loved actresses, Juliet Stevenson lets us into the secrets of her craft and tells the story of her glittering career.

Famous for her BAFTA nominated role in "Truly, Madly, Deeply" and her appearances in "Bend It Like Beckham", "Emma" and "Mona Lisa Smile", she won an Olivier award for "Death and the Maiden" and is celebrated as much for her time on stage as for her success on screen.

A veteran of the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre, she was born in Kelvedon, Essex, to Virginia Marshall, a teacher, and Michael Guy Stevenson, an army officer. After a peripatetic childhood spent in England and beyond, Juliet studied at RADA. Along with her great, late friend, Alan Rickman, Fiona Shaw, Kenneth Branagh and Imelda Staunton, among others, she was part of the 'new wave' of actors to emerge from the Academy.

She has received multiple BAFTA and Olivier nominations and continues to bestride the stage and screen. In recent years, "Happy Days" and "The Doctor", which moves to America this summer, have secured Juliet’s status as one of Britain’s finest actresses.

Presented in association with Clive Conway Productions.

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£13.50 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Starts 8pm. Unreserved Seating.

In Bideford in 1682, the final witch trial in Britain took place. Three women were accused of witchcraft, tried & hanged.

Now fast forward to the present day and name one female magician… Pretty tricky! But tonight, three fearless females are climbing out of their boxes, shaking off the sequins and investigating what really happened in a small town in North Devon 300 years ago.

Packed full of magic tricks, physical comedy & live music, our magiciennes explore the witch-hunt mania that swept the country and sent hundreds of innocent women to the gallows. With mind-blowing illusions, stupendous stunts and the occasional disappearing rabbit, ‘Hags’ sets the record straight for thousands of falsely accused women with all the joy, silliness & spectacle these three can muster.

“Hags enchants and charms as dark secrets, sleight of hand and historical horrors unfold.” - BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE

Presented by Scratchworks Theatre.

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£14 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Show 8pm. Unreserved Seating.


Fritz Lang’s 1927 futuristic fantasy on the big screen with live accompaniment presented by Northern Silents.

The improvised live score is provided by Frame Ensemble, a group of Northern musicians specialising in improvised silent film accompaniments.

It is 2026. In the high-tech city of the future, the rich enjoy a life of luxury while the poor are enslaved underground, in the city’s mechanical underbelly. Tensions build between the subterranean workers and pampered surface-dwellers when the prophet-like Maria, with her subversive message of universal brotherhood, ignites the spark of revolution among the workers. The city’s mastermind, Freder, creates an android version of Maria to re-establish control.

But his creation, the robot Maria, cannot be controlled…

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£25 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Show 8pm. Seated Show.

Join us on Sunday 21st April, for a live acoustic show and in depth conversation with Badly Drawn Boy, hosting by BBC 6 Music presenter Chris Hawkins.

Experience an extraordinary, intimate evening with the iconic musician.

From ‘The Shining’, to ‘Once Around the Block’, Badly Drawn Boy and Chris Hawkins will guide you through an engaging conversation, detailing stories behind the songs, an artist renowned for his introspective songwriting, prepare to be transported by his live acoustic performance as he brings timeless hits to life with raw emotion.

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£12.50 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Tasting 8pm. Unreserved Seating.

Beer History. Beer Tasting. Beer Banter!

A monthly hop into the world of beer hosted by our industry expert Andy. It doesn't matter if you are a novice or know-it-all, if you love beer, join our Club (now at our new home, The Old Woollen!).

Tickets include tastings of 4 beers and first dibs of our exclusive Beer Club Keg.

Bottles available to buy after the tasting.

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£13 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Show 8pm. Unreserved Seating.

“A Gleeful, Glittery One-Man Rom-Com”  THE SCOTSMAN

Felix is uptight and unlucky in love. He’s the mate of honour at his best friend’s wedding – one they’ve been planning since childhood – and he’s going to make sure it’s absolutely perfect. That is, as long as there are no distractions along the way… 

Will Jackson, star of  'Yours Sincerely'  (“A Rising Comic Star” - ATTITUDE MAGAZINE), is touring his new Edinburgh Fringe smash hit. Unashamedly queer, Confetti is a celebration of the gay best friend – often sidelined in traditional rom-coms. Felix is the star of this show, wearing his heart on his sleeve and keeping the party going.  

★★★★★ “The perfect 00s rom-com, Richard Curtis can eat his heart out.” - EVERYTHING THEATRE

★★★★★ “One wedding you wouldn’t want to miss” - NORTH WEST END




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Tickets £18.00 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Show Start 8pm. Unreserved Seating.

Izo FitzRoy, a blues songstress on Jalapeno Records, is known for her raw, dynamic performances and sincere songwriting. Her uplifting harmonies, powerful vocals, and jazz-influenced keyboard work have earned her recognition on various radio stations, awards, and strong support from music publications. She has crafted her music for both recordings and live performances, featuring a unique band lineup with up to nine gospel backing vocalists, creating truly special shows. Izo's journey includes a successful debut album, 'Skyline,' leading up to her latest critically acclaimed LP ‘God gets a little busy sometimes’, demonstrating her artistic growth and resilience throughout her career.

" A classic R&B voice... mining stax and Atlantic's greatest hits" - Uncut Magazine UK

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