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We are proud to welcome Sarah Corbett back to The Egg Factory for an evening of lively discussion with Helen Meller, Director of the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival and to launch her new book How to be a Craftivist.
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
Comedy Club 4 Kids presents the best stand-ups and sketch acts from the international circuit to do their thing for an audience of children (aged 6+) and their families… but without the rude bits!
Saturday 1st July 2017 – Hebden Bridge Town Hall
Doors 1.30pm and 3.30pm (show starts 30 minutes after doors open)
Tickets £7 & £5
Kate Evans presents the exclusive Northern launch of her award-winning new graphic novel Threads from the Refugee Crisis. It’s a poignant and heartfelt, yet wryly humorous, account of life in the Calais Jungle.
8pm. Doors 7.30pm – Friday 30 June
Town Hall HX7 7BY
Ian Burney and Mike Green trace the history of English CSI using two murder cases that took place 30 years apart and examine the rise of the ‘celebrity’ pathologist, advances in science, increased public fascination and media interest in CSI.
7pm. Doors 6.30pm – Tuesday 27 June
Library HX7 8EP