Keep your eyes peeled to this website over the coming weeks as we start to announce performances, exhibitions, tours and talks for The Brighouse Festival: Bridging Arts and Community.
Free Events and activities are a large aspect of The Brighouse Arts Festival 2017: with community gardening, street theatre, interactive art, exhibitions, and poetry there’s lots for everyone to enjoy for FREE!
Liz Mistry Come and listen to Bradford based Crime Writer Liz Mistry. Liz write's gritty crime fiction drawing on the richness of Bradford's diverse cultures and her writing is heavily influenced by Tartan Noir writers such as, Stuart MacBride, Ian Rankin and Val...read more
Meet Andrew: French teacher, writer and long-distance cyclist. Andrew P Sykes. 2.00pm on Saturday 14 October 2017 at Brighouse Library. Free Eventread more
Street Theatre by students from Calderdale College in Halifax. Students studying the Acting Performance Foundation Degree will be entertaining the streets. Sat 7th October. FREE.read more
Matthew Evans & Ryburn Valley High School Exhibition – local artists are exhibiting their works at Ryecorn Wholefoods and Cafe 43 throughout the festival week. Free to attend exhibition.read more
A specially curated exhibition at the Harrison Lord Gallery featuring prints by Lucy Pittaway; the Tour de Yorkshire official artist. Free all festival week during shop hours.read more
Street Theatre provided by the Travel Agents, wandering the streets of Brighouse on Saturday 7th, FREE to experience and interact.read more
Emma Decent performs Friday 13th October. 2:00pm. Brighouse Library (Smith Art Gallery). FREEread more
Amber Agha exhibited Saturday 7th – 14th October. Ryecorn Wholefoods. FREEread more
Klaus Pinter exhibited Saturday 7th – 14th October. Harrison Lord Gallery & Ryecorn Wholefoods. FREEread more