Exclusive first public showing of Arts Festival video
Monday, 24 November 2014
Our friends at Hebden Bridge Arts Festival have given Hebweb the first public showing of a great new video focusing on their two days of free street entertainment this summer.
The video made by Graham Hardy focuses on local and international performers who took part in the Street Sundae and Le Grand D'Party events entertaining thousands of local folk and visitors in town for Le Tour.
Artistic Director Helen Meller said: "We have always valued Hebweb's support for our street festivals which not only entertain locals, but bring in lots of tourists to join in the fun boosting the town's economy.
"We think Graham has done a brilliant job capturing not only the antics of some brilliant performers, including the Singing Nun, but all the fun people had over the two days."
Previously, the Festival on the HebWeb
- HebWeb News: Young arts producers win national awards (20 November 2014)
- HebWeb News: Calder High Students deliver #yourfest (2 July 2014)
- HebWeb News: Streets come alive with Arts Festival (29 June 2014)
- HebWeb News: Win tickets to see George Monbiot (20 June 2014)
- HebWeb News: Michael Morpurgo's 'I Believe in Unicorns' (11 June 2014)
- HebWeb News: John Shuttleworth sells out (6 June 2014)
- HebWeb News: Arts Festival - 2014 programme published (19 May 2014)
- HebWeb News: Arts festival short plays announced. (12 May 2014)
- HebWeb News: Comedian Simon Amstell to play Picture House (8 May2014)
- HebWeb News: The Tiger Lillies play one off show at Hebden Bridge Arts Festival (10 April 2014)
- HebWeb News: Festival seeks new board members (27 March 2014)
- HebWeb News: Meet the Arts Festival team (10 March 2014)
- HebWeb News: Local business invited for a festival cuppa (15 Feb 2014)
- HebWeb News: New look for Arts Festival (31 January 2014)
- HebWeb News: Budding Playwrights Wanted! (20 January 2014)
- HebWeb News: Festival Board thanks Festival volunteers, and the HebWeb (21 July 2013)
- HebWeb News: Latest from the Festival (26 June 2013)
- Arts Festival Website