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.
Literature is a large aspect of The Brighouse Arts Festival 2017: with author talks, writing workshops, group sharings, spoken word and community involved projects there’s lots for everyone to enjoy.
Juliet Barker, Author Talk, Unique Event After Festival Week. Tuesday 17th October. Rastrick Library. £3read more
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
Robin Hood Talk by Barbara Green at the Brighouse Arts Festival. Assembly Rooms, Thursday 12th Oct, 2:30pm, £3.read more
Noel Moroney will be giving a talk on West Yorkshire’s history and heritage at the Brighouse Arts Festival. Assembly Rooms, Wednesday 11th Oct, 2:30pm, £3.read more
Pat Osborne will be providing a talk on the mystery of Agatha Christie’s life and work at the Brighouse Arts Festival. Assembly Rooms, Tuesday 10th Oct, 2:30pm, £3.read more
Keith Whitley will be providing a Poetry Reading that’s more Pam Ayres than T S Eliot at the Brighouse Arts Festival. Assembly Rooms, Mon 9th Oct, 2:30pm, £3.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