A Boy, Girl and a Bike
Picture House, New Road, Hebden Bridge
10.45am (duration of film 91 minutes)
THE classic Hebden Bridge film starring Honor Blackman. See the town as it was in 1949 – no traffic jams, yellow lines or traffic wardens… An early outing for Dinah Dors and Anthony Newley.
Walshaw Lodge Piano Recital
Margaret Bruce (piano)
Walshaw Lodge, Hardcastle Crags
3.30pm; recital begins promptly at 4.00pm to 6.00pm approx
£15 (£13 restricted view)
A firm Festival favourite, glorious music and a delicious tea. Margaret Bruce’s musical career has taken her to many parts of the world, appearing as a soloist with orchestras ranging from the Royal Philharmonic at London’s Barbican to the Plovdiv Symphony in Bulgaria.
Scarlatti: Two Sonatas
Clementi: Sonata in B flat, op 47 no 2
Janácek: Suite In the Mist
Tucapsky: 6 Preludes (First performance)
Liszt: Au Bord d’une Source
Chopin: Scherzo no 1 in B minor, op 20
St. George’s Square and surrounding area, Hebden Bridge
1.00pm to 4.00pm approx
Sunday July 8 continued
Lunchtime recital – Noel Billingsley (guitar)
Wainsgate Chapel, Wainsgate Lane, Old Town
1.00pm to 2.00pm approx
£5 (£4); £1 for full-time students and under-16s
A graduate of Trinity College, Noel Billingsley performs an attractive and fascinating mix of Spanish, Latin American and contemporary music for solo guitar. A frequent performer in London, including concerts at the National Portrait Gallery and at the London Guitar Festival, he has also given recitals in Japan and Brazil.
Word of Honor
New Road, Hebden Bridge
8.00pm to 10.30pm approx
‘Pussy Galore’ in the Bond film Goldfinger . . . ‘Mrs Cathy Gale’ in the ground-breaking TV series The Avengers . . . Honor Blackman tells her own story, from humble beginnings in the East End of London to one of the most famous stars in the world.
Learn about the trials and tribulations of filming epic dramas like Shalako, A Night to Remember, Life at the Top, The Virgin and the Gypsy and Something Big. Hear her thoughts about working with stars such as Sean Connery, Dean Martin, Elizabeth Taylor, Dirk Bogarde and many more. Word of Honor is a superb insight into the life of this extraordinary actress, told in her own words and in her inimitable stylish way.
“. . . she captivated us with her stories from childhood to stardom . . .” (Irish Independent)
In association with Tano Rea