Sunday 29 June

Ian MarchantIan Marchant
– Performance and Quiz


The Hole In The Wall,
Hangingroyd Lane, Hebden Bridge
Performance free, quiz entry £3 per person.

Writer, performer and self-confessed pub quiz addict Ian Marchant is the author of Parallel Lines, an investigation into the British love affair with railways, and The Longest Crawl, an account of a journey between pubs on the Scilly Isles and the Shetlands that takes in many essential and intoxicating stops in between. Part memoir, part irreverent lecture tour, Ian’s books and performances are genre busting excursions off the beaten track.

Ian will follow his performance by hosting a special quiz where you and your team will be able to pit your wits against the finest brains in the Calder Valley. Ian will present a prize to the victorious team.

Drunkenly funny, obsessively factual, soberingly poignant’ (Simon Armitage on The Longest Crawl)

Sold OutThe Lady of Burma

Performed by Liana Mau Tan Gould
Little Theatre, Holme Street, Hebden Bridge
7.45pm to 8.55pm approx
£10 (£8)

The Lady of Burma

The inspirational story of Burmese leader Aung San Suu Kyi is told in this compelling solo performance about the life of the only Nobel Peace Prize winner who is also a political prisoner. Despite being head of the democratically-elected political party, Burma’ s military junta have kept Suu Kyi under house arrest for over a decade.

This powerful performance has already had sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Festival and the Old Vic in London. Regardless of what you know or think you know about Burmese politics, this show is an unmissable hymn to the power of the human spirit in the quest for freedom.

Rarely is a show so powerful’ (The Independent)



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