Festival events
Monday June 30

A Play in a Day:
'Tutankhamun's Wish'

Konflux Theatre

Little Theatre, Holme Street, Hebden Bridge
1.45pm to 6.30pm (performance 6.15pm: admission £1)
School bookings please ring 01422 842684

A Drama Workshop for 30 children (year 5/6) leading to rehearsals and, finally, to a performance for parents and friends. For 3,000 years King Tut lies in darkness until - at last - his tomb is discovered and the treasures are revealed for all the world to see.

The Gods in my Feet

Coyote Dream Theatre

Holme Street Arts Centre, Holme Street, Hebden Bridge
8.00pm (to 9.00pm approx)
£5 (£4) - on the door

Winged beings, clouds at your fingertips, Gods in your feet. 1974: Parisian funambulist Philippe Petit rigs a wire between the Twin Towers and entertains with his aerial poetry. Coyote fly with his story, explore the heights and depths of human experience.

The Forest

by Daniel Bath and Ian Emberson

Little Theatre, Holme Street, Hebden Bridge
8.30pm (to 9.15pm approx)
£6 (£4)

Following the success of last year's collaboration, poet Ian Emberson and composer Daniel Bath return to the Festival with this mini-opera - an elemental love story, in which place and time are irrelevant.