Festival Blog

Written by Festival Director Matthew Harrison-Lord with the latest announcements, news and information on Brighouse Arts Festival 2018 #BrighouseFest


Roger Davies & His Band

Roger Davies & His Band are headlining Brighouse Arts Festival 2018. Join Roger in the beautiful surroundings of St Martin’s Church, Brighouse on Friday 12th October, £12.

Orchestra of Square Chapel

Orchestra of Square Chapel is the resident orchestra at Square Chapel Arts Centre and is conducted by Robert Guy. Orchestra of Square Chapel has been heard on BBC Radio 3. Join the Orchestra in Brighouse on Sunday 7th October 2018, £12.

Rastrick Big Local

AYE UP #RASTRICK!! This year the Brighouse Arts Festival has applied for funds from the Voice Your Choice Vote. Please spread the word and vote for us in this years Rastrick Big Local vote.

Brian Blessed’s Sold Out!

An Evening with Brian Blessed at Brighouse Arts Festival 2018 has sold out. Our headline act for the sixth-annual arts festival has filled the auditorium.

Build a Miniature Garden | Craft Session for Children

Build your own Miniature Garden returns to the Brighouse Arts Festival after last year’s hugely successful craft activity at Kershaw’s Garden Centre in association with Incredible Edible Brighouse CIC. Saturday 13th October 2018. 1pm & 2pm. £3.

Committee Meeting

Committee Meeting - We've had a gathering All of our committed volunteer producers, programmers, movers, and shakers came together to start the planning for Brighouse Arts Festival 2018. So far, and I can confirm, we have booked an amazing evening for Brighouse, and...

Thank You BAF17

Thank You BAF17 Firstly, I must thank absolutely everyone involved from artists, venues and producers to audience members, participants and lovers of Brighouse. THANK YOU! Now it's time to say goodbye to BAF17, we laughed, we danced, many were entertained. Just look...

Brian Blessed | An Evening With

An Evening with Brian Blessed at the Brighouse Arts Festival | Join Brian Blessed on Saturday 13th October 2018 at St Martins Church, 7:30pm | £25