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SKYPE VIDEO: Fashion blogger Susie Bubble inspires women tech creators at Leeds International Festival

Girl power comes to Leeds International Festival when fashion blogger Susie Bubble joins a panel inspiring more women to become tech creators.
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Yorkshire Rose award winner,  Sally Wainwright.
Yorkshire Women of Achievement Awards 2015.  Picture Bruce Rollinson  15 May 2015.

Happy Valley writer Sally Wainwright adds another award to her haul

Sally Wainwright scooped another award at the British Academy Television Craft Awards.

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They’re still beautiful after all these years

They’re still beautiful after all these years

When great British pop institution, The Beautiful South split in 2007, some members of the band didn’t feel ready to hang up their microphones or instruments …

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Comedy is just child’s play at Arts Festival

Comedy is just child’s play at Arts Festival

Stand-up comedy is famous for its adult humour but thanks to Hebden Bridge Arts Festival kids can enjoy some top class comics… only without the rude bits.

Theatre and Comedy
Ross makes sweet music

Ross makes sweet music

Big hits and forgotten gems will be presented in Ross Leadbetter’s Great British Songbook at the Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds, on Saturday, May 6.

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Made by hand - it’s time to get set for the tenth annual parade

Made by hand - it’s time to get set for the tenth annual parade

For a decade the Handmade Parade has been bringing celebration and spectacular entertainment to the streets of Hebden Bridge.

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Choirs join musical exchange

Choirs join musical exchange

West Yorkshire chamber choir The Hepton Singers, directed by Alison West, will present ‘Kilts and Clogs’, a concert of Scottish and English song, at Heptonstall Parish Church on Saturday, April 29 at 7.30pm.

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Quiet! Silent film festival is in town

Quiet! Silent film festival is in town

Yorkshire Silent Film Festival arrives in Halifax and Hebden Bridge next month as it brings the magic of a golden era of film with live music to cinemas, theatres and community venues across the county.

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Smug Roberts

Comedy night at Prego’s

He’s been in Phoenix Nights, That Peter Kay Thing, Mrs Brown’s Boys, Cold Feet and the Ken Loach film Looking For Eric and according to the newspaper Metro is “an act everyone deserves to see at least once”.

Theatre and Comedy
Bread, jam and a cup of rosie...

Bread, jam and a cup of rosie...

Here’s a great recipe for a very homely rhubarb and raspberry jam courtesy of head chef Darren Parkinson and his team at the Shibden Mill Inn. For more recipes go to http://www.shibdenmillinn.com/recipe-of-the-month

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Everybody
needs somebody

Everybody needs somebody

Overflowing with heart and soul, an award-winning spectacular The Chicago Blues Brothers, honouring the cult classic, The Blues Brothers arrives at the Victoria Theatre, Halifax on Friday May 12, 7:30pm (tickets 01422 351158).

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Kathleen’s cornet marks band debut

Kathleen’s cornet marks band debut

Brighouse & Rastrick Band will be tuning up for their forthcoming appearance in the European Championships and introducing their first female principal cornet player on Tuesday evening.

Music
Traditional songs in a unique style

Traditional songs in a unique style

Ryburn 3 Step welcomes Northern Irish singer Rosie Stewart to its latest concert. With a style that is entirely her own, she picks and chooses her repertoire from songs that might be 20 or 200 years old.

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Stockdill’s new play at Square Chapel

Stockdill’s new play at Square Chapel

Award-winning playwright Alan Stockdill, of popular Calderdale-based theatre company Talking Stock Productions, has a brand new production in rehearsal and it’s coming to Halifax this month.

Theatre and Comedy
All Soul’s say ‘Hello Dolly!’ in iconic show

All Soul’s say ‘Hello Dolly!’ in iconic show

‘Hello Dolly!’, the energetic and big-hearted musical about matchmaker Dolly Levi, will be presented by All Soul’s Amateur Operatic Society at Halifax Playhouse.

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Depicting the life of a genius

Depicting the life of a genius

Actors’ Workshop Youth Theatre’s first production of 2017 is Peter Shaffer’s story of the life and death of arguably the greatest composer ever, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Theatre and Comedy
Michelle makes art of the tour

Michelle makes art of the tour

A new exhibition titled Tour de Yorkshire has opened at The Harrison Lord Gallery in Brighouse - timed to coincide with the first ever visit of the cycle race to the town.

Arts

Adventure spirit flows at Banff film festival

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour - featuring 14 action packed adventure films in one show - arrives at Hebden Bridge Picture House (April 25).

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By Carolyn Harrison.

Your Picture of the Week.

Ruby the poodle meeting the spring lambs at Colden, by Carolyn Harrison.

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By Bo Melnyk.

Your Picture of the Week

A goosander and a mallard at Walsden, by Bo Melnyk.

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