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It's all over for another year and we hope you all had a fantastic Festival?! If you can spare 2 minutes to give us a little bit of feedback it would be very much appreciated and [...]

Festival Special: Holly Mcnish – The Plum Tour

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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
£10/£8
Hope Baptist Chapel, HX7 8EW

Hebden Water – Trudi Entwistle and Paul Ratcliff

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A collaboration between artist Trudi Entwistle and sound recordist Paul Ratcliff, Hebden Water is a soundscape and photographic narrative that leads us along a watercourse from the valley bottom to a high point in the surrounding moors.

11am-4pm 23 June-19 July (closed Fridays)
Free
Gibson Mill (Midgehole NT car park), 
HX7 7AL

Café Culture – A Tale Of Three Mills: Lister, Dean Clough And Sales

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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
£3/£5
Town Hall HX7 7BY

Shadow Fish – Richard Sharples

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Shadow Fish is a sculptural installation of kinetic fish created by Richard Sharples.

12-3pm - 24-25 June, 1-2 July and 8-9 July
Free
Basement of Machpelah Mill HX7 8AU (school groups by arrangement)

Dumb & Feckless

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Friday 7th July. Doors 8pm
£5
Trades Club, Holme Street HX7 8EE

Nova Collective presents Dumb & Feckless . Live music // spoken word // Digital

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