Monday 7 July

Pennine LandscapeIn Praise of Pennine Landscapes

Andrew Bibby & John Morrison
Artsmill, Linden Mill, Linden Road
6.30pm to 7.30pm approx

Sold OutLocal writer and journalist, Andrew Bibby, whose new book The Backbone of England is an exploration of what makes the Pennine landscape so special, will be describing his journey along the Pennine watershed. He’ll be revealing, among other things, the unlikely role the peat bogs of northern England have to play in the battle against global warming. John Morrison, (author of the Milltown Trilogy) who contributed the distinctive illustrations for The Backbone of England, will share some of his pictures and describe the pleasures and pitfalls of photographing the Pennine landscape.

Le Hot Club de Hebden - Extra Curricular

Ruby WoodB@r place, Crown Street, Hebden Bridge
9.00pm to midnight approx
£6 (£4)

Ruby Wood: jazz vocalist
Jack Flash: MC and rhymes
Thabo Mkwananzi: vocals
Noah Burton: drums
Jack Button: bass
Martin Chung: guitar
Jez Joseph: saxophone

The festival’s ‘Hot Club’ returns with a brand new band based in Huddersfield. E.C. features a collective of musicians who blend the raucousness of hip-hop, the improvisation and spirit of jazz, and the smooth sounds of Soul. It’s a fresh gumbo of all original material inspired by the likes of Jill Scott, the Roots, A Tribe Called Quest, Anthony Hamilton and anything else with real soul.


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