The voices of Hebden Bridge folk will be ringing out during the town’s first Open Studios...Read More
Category: Archived Blog Posts
It’s just three weeks to go until the festival kicks off! Steve Bell, Will Self and Hardeep Singh Kolhi events are now SOLD OUT. However, there’s still a huge amount to enjoy, so here’s our ‘hot ticket’ round-up for this week!Read More
2018s theme is NONCONFORMISM. Hebden Bridge,Valley of 100 Chapels, cradle of nonconformity past and present. We’ll be welcoming Martin Parr back to talk about his work on the subject and Bob Pegg’s Calderdale Songs 40 years on…send us your ideas and thoughts about the sort of nonconformist activity you’d like to see in next year’s festival – firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
Halifax Piece Hall
Come and join us for Calderland, a huge musical, vocal and visual extravaganza to be presented in the newly re-opened Piece Hall in Halifax. Part of Landlines and Watermarks. Find out more at landlinesandwatermarks.orgRead More
With Benjamin Zephaniah stating “I can’t take my ears off her”, and Kate Tempest describing her poetry as “welcoming, galvanising and beautiful”, 2017 Ted Hughes prize-winner Hollie McNish is a poet whose readings are not to be missed.
8pm. Doors 7.30pm – 23 September
Hope Baptist Chapel, HX7 8EW
Café Culture is our monthly event for the over 65s. Homemade cake and refreshments served. Michael Cullingworth talks about the Dean Clough, Lister and Salts Mills, their history and what happened to them after they closed.
2pm – 14 September
Town Hall HX7 7BY
Calling all you junior gardeners out there! Pop along and join award-winning CBeebies presenter Mr Bloom for songs, stories and games.
2pm – 9 July
FREE but please book a place at the link below!
Town Hall HX7 7BY