Festival events
Sunday June 22

Walshaw Piano Trio


Walshaw Lodge, Hardcastle Crags, Hebden Bridge
11.30am (recital begins 12 noon)
£27.50 - includes aperitif and lunch with wine or beer.

A recital of music by Schubert, Liszt, Faure and Weber, followed by a splendid buffet lunch in the magnificent surroundings of Walshaw Lodge. A rare treat.

Briar Rose - a Puppet Play

Rudolf Steiner Centre, Machpelah Works, Burnley Road, Hebden Bridge
2 performances
2.15pm (to 2.45pm approx) 3.15pm (to 3.45pm approx)

A collection will be taken The classic fairy tale of Sleeping Beauty, told through puppetry, words and music. Suitable for both young and old.

Lynne Sherwood clarinet recital

Heptonstall Parish Church
4.30pm (to 6.30 approx)
£4 (£3); £1 for under 16s - on the door

An exciting, mostly 20th century programme of works performed by young rising star Lynne Sherwood and accompanied by pianist David Nelson.

Simon Heywood


Canal Barge, Hebden Bridge Marina
6.00pm (to 8.00pm approx).
£8 (£6)

Relax on a horse-drawn canal barge listening to music and traditional stories performed by Simon Heywood, a master musician and storyteller from Sheffield. An event for all the family. Bar and snacks available.

John Morrison's Book Launch

The Festival Shop, Albert Street, Hebden Bridge
6.00pm (to 7.30pm approx)

Come along and give a good send-off to a pair of handsome new books by John Morrison. Dawdling Through the Dales chronicles a walk by a slightly overweight man along the Dales Way - from the house where he lost his virginity to the shores of Lake Windermere. And Moods of the Yorkshire Dales is a collection of stunning landscape photographs that will make you go "Wow!" There will be readings from the comedy book. Be warned: if nobody laughs, there may be a slide show too.


Canalside Gallery, Machpelah Works, Burnley Road, Hebden Bridge 8.00pm (to 10.00pm approx)
£4 (£3) - on the door

An eclectic mix of electronic music and imagery of computer origin or more hardware based. From ambient through experimental to dance, the Electronica-Fest will be an entertaining showcase of this often misrepresented genre.