Fringe Programme Sat 8 Oct

Independent events before the Festival:

if you visit Hebden Bridge for the weekend, there's always something interesting going on.
A few events are listed below:

 Saturday, October 8th 3pm Wainsgate Concert Kirk McElhinney

A highly acclaimed singer songwriter Kirk McElhinney performing at Wainsgate Chapel as part of the summer concert series. Kirk is a passionate singer whose soulful voice and insightful lyrics which together with a rich and vibrant mosaic of acoustic guitar picking give him a sound that is both unique and enticing.
concert starts at 3pm and tickets, which are only available at the door, cost £10 and £8 with a special £3 rate for under 18s. 
Venue: www.wainsgate.co.uk - above Hebden Bridge in Old Town.
More: http://www.hebdenbridge.co.uk/news/2016/245.html

 

Sat 8 Oct 3:45 for 4pm: "Only A Heart With Wings Can Fly" - Sufi Dances of Universal Peace with Vitalija & Ralph
You are welcome to join our circle and experience the joy and connectedness of devotional chant while dancing on a circle towards the One...
Tea break included - we'll finish at 6pm. No experience required.
Cost: £10 - £5 (sliding scale).
More: www.rainbow-cambridge.org.uk/dances/calderdale.htm

VENUE: New Odd Fellows' Hall, Oxford Street, Todmorden, OL14 5PU (5 Miles up the valley)

 

Concert: Songs without Frontiers, Sat 8 Oct 7:30pm 

Bradford Women Singers ("radical a capella")
Picanta (from Wendland, Germany - 'pure power' - songs from all places and times) 
Tickets: £8 / £6
Venue: Birchcliffe Centre, Birchcliffe Road (5 min walk up), Hebden Bridge, HX7 8DB