27th June to 13th July
This summer, Hebden Bridge Arts Festival is marking
the 2008 UN Year of Languages by celebrating the
languages of art, music, drama and literature.
addition to this, the Many Voices series of events
marked with this image
has been specially programmed to illustrate how
language can be used in unusual and sometimes
Festival programmes are available from shops, cafes, libraries and TICs in Hebden Bridge, Mytholmroyd and beyond.
Highlights of the 2008 Festival include Phill Jupitus, Ed Byrne, Blake Morrison, drama such as The Elephant Man and music evenings with Baghdad Lullabies, Martin Roscoe, Maria McKee and the Eduardo Niebla Experience.
See our 16 news bulletins (updated Monday, 30th June 2008)
Stop Press - The London Bulgarian Choir will be opening the Words on the Street event with a short performance (Sunday 6 July, 12.30 approx).
The London Bulgarian Choir event (5th), Maria McKee (4th July), The Lady of Burma (29th) Music at Walshaw (12th), Dessi's Vocal Workshop (5th), The V.O. Quartet (30th) and In Praise of Pennine Landscapes (7th) have now sold out
The Ian Marchant event (29th) has had to be cancelled
Postal bookings opened on May 5.
The box office in Albert Street opened on June 14
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