Class acts set to headline Happy Valley Pride festival

Happy Valley Pride 2017, Hebden Bridge. Isaac Hughes-Dennis performs.
Happy Valley Pride 2017, Hebden Bridge. Isaac Hughes-Dennis performs.

Happy Valley Pride Festival, an eclectic, alternative and inclusive week-long event, will be united for this its third year by a Revolution theme, with performances, art and outdoor entertainment.

The festival will provide world-class entertainment, bringing class acts and clubbing together. Headliners already booked to appear are:

Ursula Martinez - Comedy and Performance Artist @ Hebden Bridge Little Theatre, Thursday 9th August

Camille O’Sullivan @ Hope Baptist Church, Friday 10th August

Duckie - Legendary London Club Night at The Trades Club, Saturday August 11

In addition, the annual art exhibition will continue to be a key part of the festival, running throughout August. Local artists are invited to help support the organisation, with donations of artwork, working on personal interpretations to align with the Revolution theme.

Chairman Tim Whitehead said: “We believe Revolution gives a soul-stirring theme, which will fire up our festival visually, artistically and create comradery amongst our festival performers and supporters.”

Visit www.happyvalleypride.com for tickets and full programme details, which are to be announced soon.