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Hardeep Singh Kolhi at Trade Club

Broadcaster turned comedian Hardeep Singh Kolhi is playing a one off charity gig in Hebden Bridge for Khalsa Aid who provided thousands of free curries in the aftermath of the Boxing Day floods.
When volunteers from the Luton based Sikh charity heard about the desperate plight of thousands of people along the Calder Valley they swung into action preparing the curries they transported up every day as the recovery effort got under way.
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Find out who lived in your house a century ago

Hebden Bridge Arts Festival is inviting local people to a special drop in session so they can discover who lived in their house a century ago.

Hundreds of locals have always found out lived in their house, but the drop in session at the Town hall  during Heritage weekend on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 September - 11-3 will help those of you who haven’t started to find out ‘Who Lived in Your Street’ in 1916
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John Shuttleworth – My Last Will and Tasty Mint

Tuesday 21st March 2017 doors 7.00pm Hebden Bridge Picture House £16.00 John Shuttleworth hits the road following appearances on Celebrity Antiques Roadshow and the second series of Radio 4's John Shuttleworth’s Lounge Music for his farewell tour. ...read more


Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club

Friday 6 January Trades Club, Holme St

This event was originally on 2 July and has been rescheduled to 6 January 2017. There may be limited ticket availability nearer the time. Please keep your eye on our website. The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club is a night of pure  dance floor stomping. ...read more

What a wonderful festival we’ve had!

Thanks to all the artists and performers who lit up our town and to the audiences who packed our streets and spaces.

Please come and visit Hebden Bridge again soon as there’s always something extraordinary going on!

Next year’s theme is water so send us your thoughts and ideas!

Have a wonderful summer!

Do watch our trailer to remember what a great time we all had.

See lots more Festival shots from Craig Shaw Photography

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