Festival events
Saturday June 28

Horrid Henry Family Event

with Francesca Simon

Little Theatre, Holme Street, Hebden Bridge
10.30am to 11.30am
£3 (£2)

Wickedly subversive and side-splittingly funny, Horrid Henry is everyone's favourite awful child. Come and meet his creator, writer Francesca Simon, and find out the secrets behind the hugely successful books. You'll also get a sneak preview of her new book, Horrid Henry's Underpants, a month before publication! "Utterly brilliant. It is Horrid Henry, not Harry Potter, who is the true child of our time" (Sunday Times). Suitable for children aged 6-plus.

Sheherazade's Tales

Sally Pomme Clayton

Little Theatre, Holme Street, Hebden Bridge
8.00pm (to 10.00pm approx)
£7 (£5)

Outrageously sexy, hilarious and hauntingly beautiful adult tales: a version of the 1001 Nights for the 21st century. "One of the country's most highly regarded storytellers ... she awakens the imagination of the audience" (The Times). This evening is not suitable for children.

The Bloody Big Soul Band with Doris and the Dinnerladies

Sold Out

Hebden Bridge Picture House
8.00pm (to midnight approx)
£9 (£7)

Hebden Bridge's favourite Soul Band returns to the Festival for the sixth consecutive year. 'Doris' fans will already know that this gig always sells out, so if you want that great night out dancing and singing to all those classic hits, get your tickets early!