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What’s on in Yorkshire – gorgeous dates for your diary

June 11, 2019 No comments

Here’s our round-up of upcoming gorgeous events – the perfect place to find out what’s on in Yorkshire. If you’d like to be featured, simply email gorgeousyorkshire@gmail.com THIS WEEK: Holmfirth Arts Festival, Fri, June 14-Sun, June 16. Three days of concerts, spoken word, theatre, workshops, walks, film, exhibitions, installations, street theatre, circus and a textile banner parade.[Read More]

What’s on in Yorkshire – gorgeous dates for your diary

June 5, 2019 No comments

Here’s our round-up of upcoming gorgeous events – the perfect place to find out what’s on in Yorkshire. If you’d like to be featured, simply email gorgeousyorkshire@gmail.com THIS WEEK: Sheffield Doc/Fest, June 6-11, various venues. Festival celebrating the art and business of documentary and non-fiction storytelling. Each year the festival welcomes more than 25,000 people, including around[Read More]

Rose and Brown vintage fair at Sunny Bank Mills

May 31, 2019 No comments

This weekend sees Vintage @ LS28, which promises to be a fabulous vintage fair from Rose & Brown Vintage at Sunny Banks Mills at Farsley. It all takes place in The Old Woollen, an industrial hall built in 1829, out of use from the 1950s – an atmospheric space, as these behind the scenes snaps[Read More]

What’s on in Yorkshire – gorgeous dates for your diary

May 28, 2019 No comments

Here’s our round-up of upcoming gorgeous events – the perfect place to find out what’s on in Yorkshire. If you’d like to be featured, simply email gorgeousyorkshire@gmail.com THIS WEEK: Swaledale Festival, until June 8, various locations. This year’s event – which covers music, arts and walking – features violinist Tasmin Little, baritone Roderick Williams, the Armonico Consort[Read More]

Textile exhibition at the Heart Gallery

May 23, 2019 No comments

It’s apt and exciting that the wonderful Heart Gallery in Hebden Bridge is launching FIBRE, a selling exhibition of textile art. The town has a rich textile heritage and there’s a fustian cutter’s knife in St George’s Square as a tribute to this history. Heart Gallery owner Alison Bartram says: “The fast flowing, soft water[Read More]