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WHAT'S ON: LOCAL EVENTS

in Hebden Bridge and the surrounding area

Hebden Bridge events

Past events: While we're still socially distancing, why not check out some of the hundreds of incredible events which have been listed on the HebWeb over the past few years:

2020 - 2019 - 2018 - 2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013
2012 - 2011- 2010 - 2009 - 2008 - 2007 - 2005-2006

13 July – 25 August 2021

TOWN HALL EXHIBITION: THE FLOW PROJECT:

See HebWeb News item for more info

Wednesday 21 - Monday 26 July 2021

Circus Montini

A warm welcome awaits in our state-of-the-art theatre-style big-top! Circus Montini has successfully blended ancient and modern to create a show that will live in the memory for a very long time. 

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Wed 7pm ONLY
Thu 4:45pm & 7:30pm
Fri 4:45pm & 7:30pm
Sat 3pm & 6pm
Sun 12:30pm & 3pm

Don't miss our thrilling acrobatic spectacular!

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Saturday 24 July 2021

The Hebden Royd Valley Story

On 24 July at The Picture House, Nick Wilding chronicles the Hebden Royd Valley and the hilltop villages through the fascinating tales from his own and other people's films. A hundred years of movies and several centuries of historic inspiration - A Picture House Centenary Celebration. More info and trailer

Monday 26 July 2021

Free 5 session weekly photography course

Free 5 session weekly photography course starting Monday 26th July (time to be agreed by the participants).

You will learn about composition, context and concept and with the support of the tutor, Yorkshire based photographer and radio journalist Karol Wyszynski, you will explore the medium of photography in Wadsworth, our part of the South Pennines Park. 

15 places available. All welcome aged 14 upwards; no maximum age! If you join as a family group, 12 year olds will be accepted. All you need is a phone on which you can take pictures or a camera, access to the internet to do the Zoom sessions, and either access to google slides or to a printer. 

Contact Jude Lancaster on 07979 452053 to book a place or email judelancaster@hotmail.com

Thursday 29 July 2021

Artsmill AGM at Hebble End Works

Artsmill AGM will be on Thursday 29th July 2021 at Innovations Cafe, St George's Square, Hebden Bridge 18.30 to 19.30 to elect Trustees. If you are interested in putting you name forward as a Trustee and taking your vision of Artsmill Charity into an exciting and secure future please email catherine@artsmill.org with your information and vision and attend the AGM.

31 July - 1 August 2021

Steampunk Weekend

See Facebook page

Friday 6 August 2021

Fettling Footpaths - it's a CROWS life

Wadsworth Community Centre, Billy Lane, Old Town HX7 8RY

Centre open from 6.30 p.m. AGM at 6.45 p.m.

Delicious 2 course supper £3.00 and great bar.
Main Guest Speaker: Richard Peters will join us to talk about the amazing voluntary work CROWS (Community Rights of Way Service) carries out in the Upper Valley at 8.15 p.m. 

All welcome. If you have some spare time, we would love you join us on the Board or as a volunteer helper at the centre. 

Saturday, 7 August 2021

Hiroshima Day

On Saturday, 7th. August, Calderdale CND hope, regulations permitting, to hold the annual commemoration of the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by nuclear bombs in 1945.

It will take place on the Wavy Steps in Hebden Bridge at 3.00 and will include a reading of the annual declaration by the Mayor of Hiroshima, poems and songs. Please come to remember this horrific event and to meet with others to help ensure that British nuclear weapons are banned under the UN Treaty on Nuclear Weapons which has declared them illegal.

Saturday 7 August 2021

Picture-house

Yorkshire Film Archive Presents Calderdale on Film

Saturday 07 August  2:30pm
Saturday 07 August  7:00pm

Book online (advance online) here 

If you love Calderdale, then you'll love this!

From home movies, cine club and regional television collections, don't miss this specially curated screening revealing the people, places, events, industries and everyday life captured on film in the Calder Valley over the last century.

This film is part of Screen Heritage project, which is supported by Film Hub North, proud to be part of the BFI Film Audience Network. Screen Heritage ticket prices are subsidised: full price £5, concessions £3, refugees and asylum seekers free.

7-8 August 2021

Chords on canvas

An exhibition of paintings by Sharon Bentley featuring the iconic buskers of Hebden Bridge. Capturing the spirit of our town, the people and buildings.

7 - 8th August 2021 11 - 5pm

Northlight Studios 
Hangingroyd Lane
Hebden Bridge

Tuesday 10 August 2021

The Battle of Heptonstall: a book launch.

7pm, St Thomas the Apostle Church, Heptonstall 

Michael Crowley is a writer and dramatist; the author of two novels, The Stony Ground (2018) Baghlan Boy (2020) and numerous plays. The Battle of Heptonstall is his second collection of poetry. 

This event is free. Refreshments will be available.  

Mike Crowley offers thought -provoking insights into aspects of local and national political history. But more than anything, I was moved by the humanity and tenderness that the poet brings to bear on the characters he gives voice to. Carola Luther

14-29 August 2021

Remembering Cragg Hall

Remembering Cragg Hall 11 August 2021, marks the 100-year anniversary of the fire that burnt down the mansion, Cragg Hall. Supported by the Town Council, local people and businesses, the Cragg Vale Local History Group will be holding a series of events to mark the anniversary. More info

19 August 2021

Secret Wartime Britain:

With Colin Philpott

1.45pm for 2pm start

On the 19th of August at 1400 Todmorden u3a will welcome the author Colin Philpott who will give a Zoom talk entitled  'Secret Wartime Britain'.

During the Second World War, thousands of sites across Britain were requisitioned to support the war effort. Additionally, countless others were built from scratch regardless of cost. Often the purpose of these locations was concealed, even from those living close by. Colin has compiled a fascinating collection of examples of hidden places all over the country, many of which still exist today, albeit often now used for different purposes. 

They include underground factories, storage sites and headquarters; spy and communication centres; interrogation and POW camps; dummy sites; research facilities for chemical and atomic weapons; treasure stores in stately homes and even royal retreats in the event of invasion. Colin's talk reveals where these sites are and examines how successfully they were kept secret. 

The talk is free to all current Todmorden members who will recieve a link. If you are not a u3a member but would like to attend the talk you can do so free by requesting an invitation at www.u3atod.org.uk or contact info@u3atod.org.uk

Saturday 21 August 2021

Dark Matter presents...

Live music - Meatraffle + guests

Big vocals, racy snare action and left-wing idealism galore. Bald heads, fishnet vests and some seriously scuzzy delivery. 

The Golden Lion, 7.30pm
Todmorden
Doors 8pm
Tickets via Skiddle

28 Aug - 4 Sept 2021

Hebden Bridge Camera Club Annual Exhibition 2021

Autumn

This year's Hebden Bridge Camera Club Exhibition will be taking place at the Town Hall - restrictions allowing. It will be open 10am - 4pm from Saturday 28 August to Saturday 4 September (closed Sun 29 August). More info and photos (15 July)

Thursday 16 September 2021

Jerome Caminada, the real Sherlock Holmes

With Joseph O'Neill

1.45pm for 2pm start

If your not a member of the Todmorden U3A, and you would like to attend as a prospective member, it is free and all you have to do is go to: www.u3atod.org.uk or info@u3atod.org.uk and follow the links.

1-3 October 2021

Open Studios

After this last year of lockdowns and cancelled events it’s great to be able to announce dates for your diary again.

We’ve scheduled t wo open studios, July 9-11 and October 1-3 so we can have at least one, hopefully two live, in person events in 2021.

If you’re an artist and would like to get involved, or if you know an artist who would be interested, the deadline to apply is April 12. Full details can be found on the website apply page.

Friday 8 October 2021

Dark Matter presents...

The Hanging Stars & special guests

Cosmic Americana from London town mixing desert haze with grey rain.

7.30pm

Golden Lion, Fielden Square
Todmorden

Advance tickets on sale via Skiddle

Thursday 21 October 2021

The Great American Songbook

With Roger Browne

1.45pm for 2pm start

If your not a member of the Todmorden U3A, and you would like to attend as a prospective member, it is free and all you have to do is go to: www.u3atod.org.uk or info@u3atod.org.uk and follow the links.

Thursday 18 November 2021

Japan, Bowing to Tradition

With Jim Holmes

1.45pm for 2pm start

If your not a member of the Todmorden U3A, and you would like to attend as a prospective member, it is free and all you have to do is go to: www.u3atod.org.uk or info@u3atod.org.uk and follow the links.

Saturday 27 November 2021

Dark Matter presents...an evening of live music

Gdansk81, Dog Daisies and Isaac Hughes-Dennis
(post punk, indie pop and comedy musician)

The Golden Lion, Todmorden

Doors 8pm

Tickets via Skiddle or on the door

Thursday 16 December 2021

The Christmas Magic Show!

With Steven Price

1.45pm for 2pm start

If your not a member of the Todmorden U3A, and you would like to attend as a prospective member, it is free and all you have to do is go to: www.u3atod.org.uk or info@u3atod.org.uk and follow the links.

Saturday 12 March 2022

Dark Matter presents...

Harvey Bainbridge and guests

Golden Lion, Fielden Square, Todmorden Harvey Bainbridge, Hawkwind bass and keyboard player is joined by Vince Cory and Sonic Trip Project for an out-of-this world audio-visual show, which is part of the Adjust Your Head tour.

Advance tickets on sale via Skiddle.