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Festival events
Friday July 8


Tutti Frutti Productions

St Michael’s Church Hall, Mytholmroyd

Two performances: 10.00am and 1.30pm
(each performance lasts 45 minutes)

£5.50 (£3.50)

Broken furniture, messed up beds and tears of anger and frustration …who’d have thought that a bit of porridge could lead to so much havoc? Tutti Frutti’s delicious new production tells the story of Goldilocks…a girl who should have known better. With four performers and a live vocal score (ranging from songs and serenades to sighs, spits and splutters) this show is funny, stylish, slightly bonkers and suitably wicked. It will appeal, appal and delight adults and children over 3.

Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama String Trio

Heptonstall Parish Church

8.00pm (to 9.45pm approx)
£8 (£6) children and full time students £1

Eszter Krulik (violin), Veronika Toth (viola) and Christoff Fourie (cello) whose outstanding performance of Mozart’s Divertimento K563 was one of the highlights of this year’s Young Musicians Festival in March, give us another chance to hear what is arguably the greatest of Mozart’s chamber works in a programme which also includes Kodaly’s stunning Duo for Violin and Cello.
In association with the Young Musicians Festival

Wildlife in White: a slide show journey from the Arctic to the Antarctic, polar bears to penguins, onboard the MV Polar Star.

Hannah Lawson

Methodist Church, Bridge Lanes, Hebden Bridge

8.00pm (to 9.30 approx)

Hannah Lawson works as a guide on the Expedition Cruise Ship, the MV Polar Star, spotting, photographing and sketching the scenery, oceans and wildlife of the Polar regions and points in between. When not at sea she produces prints and other artworks at Northlight Studio, Hebden Bridge.