Relive 6 of the best events at the Piece Hall during its first year
The Piece Hall has hosted no fewer than 62 days of events and entertainment since its newly-refurbished doors swung open on Yorkshire Day last year.
From food festivals to extra special guests, here are six of the best..
The grand re-opening on Yorkshire Day
More than 22,000 people flooded through the doors of the transformed Piece Hall for its official opening on Yorkshire Day, August 1 2017. Halifax paralympian Hannah Cockroft signalled the new era, ringing the trading bell.
VIDEO: People arrive in their thousands to see restored Halifax Piece Hall unveiledFULL VIDEO: Halifax turns out in force for the grand opening of the Piece HallHRH Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall visit
HRH Prince Charles, a keen admirer of architecture, was welcomed to the Piece Hall alongside wife HRH the Duchess of Cornwall as part of his visit of Halifax on February 16.
IN PICTURES: Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall delight crowds in HalifaxVIDEO: Crowds welcome Prince Charles at the Piece HallGrammy-award winner performs live on stage
Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter Father John Misty took to the Piece Hall stage in May 2018, leading a bill including Halifax’s own The Orielles (above), in front of a packed crowd.
Gig review: Father John Misty, Edwyn Collins, Hookworms and The Orielles at The Piece Hall, HalifaxAntiques Roadshow find hidden gems in Halifax
The BBC’s Antiques Roadshow programme rolled into town and attracted a record figure of around 40,000 Piece Hall visitors on July 8.
IN PICTURES AND VIDEO: Hidden gems on show for Antiques Roadshow at the Piece hallChildren in fine voice at the Big Sing
Around 650 children from schools across Calderdale joined to perform original songs about the history of the Piece Hall at The Big Sing, a tribute to a similar Victorian tradition at the historic cloth hall.
PICTURE GALLERY and VIDEO: Big sing at the Piece Hall goes down a stormTour de Yorkshire rides into town
A packed Piece Hall hosted the fourth and final stage of 2018 Tour de Yorkshire as the likes of cycling superstar Mark Cavendish set off from the landmark into the Calder Valley and beyond.