Friday 13th July

Herstory: Recording Feminism’s Role

Feminist Antique Roadshow

Methodist Church Hall, Bridge Lanes, Hebden Bridge
8.00pm to 10.00pm approx

The Feminist Archive North (FAN), based in Leeds, collects material about the Women’s Liberation Movement from 1969 to the present, to make sure it’s not lost. We’d like your help to add to this collection. At the Roadshow, Sarah Prescott, our Archivist, will bring you up to date with what’s happening at FAN. There’ll be a chance to reminisce – prompted by material from the archive – and a call to help FAN locate key material missing from our collections. We’d like to invite you to bring along your pictures, images, artefacts and reminiscences to share with others; we’ll bring photographic and recording equipment. If possible, we’d like to take photographs of your material and even make brief oral history recordings of reminiscences for inclusion in the archive.

The Outside Track

Heptonstall Parish Church

8.00pm to 10.00pm approx

£9 (£7); £2 for full-time students or under-16s

Traditional music with a modern twist. With a stunning debut CD launched in June, these five youngsters from the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance in Limerick are quickly earning themselves a reputation as one of the most exciting new bands on the traditional music scene. With a truly diverse line-up, from Ireland, Scotland, England and Canada, The Outside Track present a dynamic mix of music from all their different cultures. Flute, harp, fiddle, guitar, accordion and vocals combine in expressive, energetic arrangements.


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