Enough. It’s March. The crocuses and daffs are out. Can we have a bit of spring weather please.
But there’s plenty going in Bradford this month even if the weather is against us:
- Open Circle at the Spirit of Bradford Tearooms, Monday 2 March from 6pm.
- Take a break from the costumes and celebrate World Book Day on 5 March by visiting your local library. Lots of free events and activities for children across the district. Find out what your local library has planned here.
- New monthly Irish music night at the Brick Box Rooms Thursday 5 March from 8pm-11pm.
- Tenx9 Storytelling night at the Millside Centre on Friday 6 March from 7pm-9.30pm.
- The monthly Bradford Faith Trail restarts on Saturday 7 March. A one mile walk visiting five different places of worship, finishing off at the Cathedral. To reserve your spot contact email@example.com, or call 01274 777720.
- Women of Note tour of Undercliffe Cemetery. Find out more about the Bradford women who didn’t know their place. Saturday 7 March at 11am.
- Amazing Women Disco on Saturday 7 March to celebrate International Women’s Day. 7.30pm-11.30pm at the Kirkgate Centre Shipley.
- Lunchtime talk with press photographer Paul Ellis on 8 March 2pm-3.30pm as part of the exhibition ‘Assignments 2019’ by the British Press Photographers Association at Cartwright Hall.
- Adults only Lates Night at the National Science and Media Museum. This month’s theme – Climate and the Environment – with films, chat and free beer. Thursday 12 March 6.30pm-9.30pm.
- Go and watch Road by Bloomin Buds Theatre company for a trip back to the 1980s. 14 March 7.30pm-10.30pm. Kala Sangam, pay what you decide after the show!
- The Bradford Epilepsy Action 10km city centre road race takes place on 15 March starting and finishing in Centenary Square. From 9am.
- St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Bradford are led by the legendary Scarlet Heights and Patrick Sherry at the Ginger Goose on 17 March.
- Bring your archaeological finds to Bolling Hall for the Portable Antiquities Scheme: Drop in Finds Session on 19 March 1pm-3pm.
- Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea at the Great Victoria Hotel on Sunday 22 March 12pm-4pm.
- Lunchtime talk on the Belle Vue Studio portraits as seen on recent BBC documentary Hidden History: The Lost Portraits of Bradford. 26 March at the Impressions Gallery 12.30pm-1.30pm.
- The Bradford Canal – Why commemorate the ‘stinking sewer’? Find out why we should be celebrating Bradford’s canal with Bradford Transformed on 26 March 7pm-10pm.
- Free proofreading workshop at the South Square Centre in Thornton on 29 March from 2pm-3.30pm.
- Bread making workshop at East Riddlesden Hall on 31 March – two hourly sessions at 11.30am and 1.30pm.