Yeadon’s Musical March sees a packed programme of iconic music at Yeadon Town Hall, celebrating classic hits over the years.

The ever-popular cover band The Upbeat Beatles takes audiences on the long and winding road from Beatlemania to Sergeant Pepper and Abbey Road on Friday, March 10.

Wharfedale Observer: Upbeat BeatlesUpbeat Beatles (Image: Yeadon Theatre)

For fans of Frank Sinatra, one of the UK’s most celebrated Sinatra soundalikes, Phil Fyer, sings with his live band on Saturday, March 11. Phil has performed in Vegas and appeared on numerous TV and radio shows. Phil and his band will be belting out Sinatra’s greatest hits.

Continuing the salute to iconic music acts, the longest surviving Madness tribute band, One Step Behind, plays on Saturday, March 25.

The month culminates with a night of Music Bingo, spanning the best music from the 1970s to the noughties, the night promises a party event, complete with dancefloor, games and prizes.

The finalists from Britain’s Got Talent, Dr Haze’s Circus of Horrors, will also perform on March 23 in a night of macabre delights. The act has toured the world as well as at festivals such as Reading and Leeds, delighting audiences with their heady combination of burlesque, steampunk, gothic horror, black comedy and Victorian freak shows. BGT judge Amanda Holden described it as “Rocky Horror on acid”.

Wharfedale Observer: Circus of HorrorCircus of Horror (Image: Yeadon Town Hall)

Yeadon Town Hall has become an epi-centre of entertainment since it underwent a major refurbishment in 2021. Built in 1889, the building was rescued as a Community Interest Company (CIC) after it fell into disrepair and was at risk of closure.

With its 23 restored stain glass windows, new bar, sound and lighting system, the venue is the third largest, and one of the most beautiful theatre spaces in Leeds.

Jamie Hudson, Managing Director of Yeadon Town Hall CIC, said: “I think audiences are eager to embrace spring, lighter nights, and going out to concerts and theatre after what feels like a very long winter. This March, we’ve got a really strong programme of entertainment, showmanship and fun on offer. We can’t wait to welcome audiences to our beautiful venue.”

To book and find out more, go to: Live Events | Yeadon Town Hall Theatre