In the 16th century, companies of strolling players performed in inn yards and at private venues, despite fears of public disorder and disapproval from the Puritanical clergy.
In the 18th century, there were several theatres in local public houses such as the Talbot, and Old Cock Yard.
Albert Theatre & Opera House, Brighouse Alexandra Hall, Halifax Brighouse Theatre Productions Calder Valley Youth Theatre The Canterbury, Halifax Cinema de Luxe, Halifax Court Players Empire Theatre, Todmorden Gaiety Theatre, Halifax Grand Theatre & Opera House, Halifax Halifax Repertory Theatre Club Halifax Theatre Hebden Bridge Little Theatre Hippodrome Theatre, Todmorden Mitre Theatre, Halifax
New Music Hall, Halifax New Theatre at the Talbot, Woolshops New Theatre in White Lion Yard, Halifax Northern Broadsides Palace Theatre, Halifax Pavilion Theatre, Todmorden The Playhouse, Halifax Saint Matthew's Theatre Society Templeton's Varieties Theatre Royal, Halifax TheatrePlay Drama Academy Todmorden Operatic & Dramatic Society Viaduct Theatre, Halifax Victoria Theatre, Halifax Viscount Theatre Wild's Theatre, Halifax Wilde's Theatre, Brighouse
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