‘The City Hall expresses the satisfaction of the city’s Victorian fathers in their achievements in a peculiarly Italian way. An annual horse-race around the square would not be inappropriate’

Events coinciding with home games in November
12 Coffee Concert with Robert Sudall
19 How to be Agile in an Era of AI
19 Winter Afternoon Picnic Tea
7 Winter Wonderland
7 WOW: What Now?
7 Sporting Lunchtime Lectures
21 Balloon-modelling Elves
21 Kitmas Concert

to 27 Nov Common Threads
to 1 Jan 2020 Old Haworth in Pictures
to 1 Jan 10 Years of Bradford Unesco City of Film
to 1 Jan Patrick Brontë: In Sickness & in Health
to 4 Jan Christopher Nunn: Stories from Donbas
to 19 Jan Women Artists: Act I
to 22 Jan Hello Universe
to 23 Jan Treasures of Nanak at Kala Sangam
to 26 Jan A Flawed Peace?
to 1 Mar Jowett 10 Restoration Project
to 1 Apr Art in the Park
to 14 Jul David Hockney: Self-Portrait with Charlie, 2005
22 Nov (to 29 Mar) The Forgotten Showman

What to see
You’ll find accounts of Bradford’s tourist attractions in Towns of Two Halves (and of 91 other places: order the book now for £8 from For additional information plus shopping, eating out etc there’s Visit Bradford. For more events coming up look also at Bradford What’s On. Links to local sites include:
Bradford Cathedral
Bradford Industrial Museum
Bradford Police Museum
Brontë Country
Cartwright Hall Art Gallery
Cliffe Castle Museum
Little Germany
National Science & Media Museum
The Peace Museum

‘It was a museum you could easily spend a day in, if you didn’t have a deep attachment to the Brontës, in which case you would probably be heading east nine miles to Haworth’