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Festival events
Saturday 19th June

Stubbings Infant School Family Fun Day

Stubbings Infant School, School Road, Hebden Bridge

10.00am (to 4.00pm approx)

£3 (£1) adults; £1.50 children 8 and over;
£1 children under 8

All the family welcome! Have fun learning different, creative ways to make things from surprising materials, and with children’s songs - local and from around the world - using voices and easy-to-play instruments. Special

lunchtime activities from 12 noon to 1.00pm. If you’re planning to drop in around lunchtime, please bring food to share.

Tea With Mrs Pankhurst!

A New Strides Theatre Company production

Trades Club, Holme Street, Hebden Bridge

5.30pm (teatime)

£7.50 (£5)

As performed at last year’s Edinburgh Festival ... An opportunity to be in the parlour with the Pankhursts whilst they take tea and discuss plans for change. An intimate and revealing glimpse into what really happened. Some audience participation.

The Bollywood Brass Band

Picture House, New Road, Hebden Bridge


£11 (£9)

The B.B.B. is Europe’s first Indian wedding brass band, comprising a dozen musicians, playing saxes and brass, and featuring Bhangra drummers from The Dhol Foundation. It’s a uniquely London blend of Hindi film hits, Bhangra rhythms and brass arrangements, with influences from jazz, other world music, and the thriving UK dance remix scene. Great to dance to and great to watch, especially as the band projects clips from some of the great Indian movies throughout the show (more information at www.bollywoodbrassband.co.uk “ ... Britain’s brilliant Bollywood Brass Band strikes a blow for cultural fertilisation - and makes music that’s great fun” London Evening Standard). Bar.

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