Events for March
Creative Writing Workshops
Tuesdays 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Ever wanted to try your hand at poetry? Got a great idea for a short story? This workshop could be just what you’re looking for!
SCART - Square Chapel Youth Art Group
For young people aged 11 – 16yrs
Saturday mornings 10am - 12pm
These fun and lively art classes are really popular and a great way to meet like-minded people and share ideas.
Youth Theatre 5-7 yrs
Saturday mornings 5 -7 yrs 10am-11am
Held in our auditorium with a fully sprung floor and full theatre lighting, these popular classes introduce children to the magic of professional theatre.
Youth Theatre 8 - 12 years
Saturday mornings 8-12yrs 11am - 12.30pm
Held in our auditorium with a fully sprung floor and full theatre lighting, these popular classes introduce children aged 8-12yrs to the magic of professional theatre.
The Springtime of the Year
From the tuneful jazz of John Rutter's Birthday Madrigals to the delights of Ralph Vaughan Williams's Five English Folksongs, this is a delightful fundraising concert by the hugely popular Halifax Chamber Choir.
Mondays 1.30pm - 4pm
These popular arts classes for over 50's offer fun and sociable activities, led by experienced artist-facilitators.
Street Dance Crew at Orangebox
For young people aged 11-16yrs
Mondays 4.30pm - 6pm
Streetdance Crew is a really fun, inclusive and inspiring dance group for ages 11-16yrs and there are additional opportunities to perform at festivals and other events.
Write to Record at Orangebox
At Orangebox young people's centre 6.30pm - 8pm
These really popular workshops for aspiring singers, songwriters and musicians are supported with funding from the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation.
Up in the Attic
Join our three characters on an unforgettable bedtime adventure.
A brand new monthly event filled to the brim with poetry, music, spoken word and storytelling in the comfort of the cosy Square Chapel bar.
Mondays 1.30pm - 4pm
Join us in our wonderfully atmospheric auditorium for this monthly Afternoon Dance for the over 50’s.
So It Goes
Hannah has always wanted to talk about her dad, but in the seven years since he died she hasn’t quite managed it. So, she’s enlisted her friend David to help her on a journey through memory, laughter and sorrow.
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