Saturday 28 June

Street Entertainment

St. George’s Square, Hebden Bridge
and surrounding area,

12 noon to 4.00pm approx

Lunchtime Concert: The Caccia Quintet

Heptonstall Church
1.00pm to 2.00pm approx
£6 (£4) £1 under 16s

The Caccia Quintet consists of Daniela Hawryliuk on flute, Dan Pope on oboe, Dulcie Jones on clarinet, Liz Versi on bassoon and Tom Fisher, who plays the French horn. They formed in 2003 under the watchful eyes of the Galliard Ensemble and now play from a wide and varied repertoire.

This mainly French programme features works by Milhaud, Ibert and Gounod amongst others.

Steve DaySteve Day – Deafy’s Island Discs

Trades Club, Holme Street, Hebden Bridge
9.00pm to 10.30pm approx
£9 (£7)

Hebden Bridge festivalRadio 4’s Steve Day, comedian and actor, hearing-impaired since the age of eighteen, is warm, witty and engaging whilst dealing with the dilemmas of being a deaf man in a hearing man’s world. In this show, he plays and talks about seven records he remembers and misses most. Come along and hear what he can’t. This will be a signed performance.

‘Day has moved up to the premier league of stand-up’ (The Stage).


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