What's On in Calderdale 16th - 18th November 2018
Todmorden Town HallFriday 16th November
The inaugural Todmorden Book Festival begins today, a vibrant programme of reading, writing and book-related events running until November 24th, that celebrate the written word and will stimulate, inspire and challenge you.
Go to St George's Square Hebden Bridge for the Christmas Lights Switch On, with live music from Bazzmatazz, a festive fireworks finale and free mince pies and mulled wine at Hebden Bridge Town Hall!
Christmas comes to The Piece Hall, Halifax as their festive celebrations begin with a sparkling Nordic Tipi where you can enjoy food and drinks in the Après-themed surroundings.
The World’s Official No.1 Eagles tribute returns as The Illegal Eagles play at Victoria Theatre, Halifax tonight.
Saturday 17th November
Shibden Hall’s Winter Craft Fair is a great opportunity to view the Hall (otherwise closed to the public until March 2019), browse the craft stands for early Christmas presents and treat yourself at one of the food stalls. (also open Sunday 18th November).
It’s the Mytholmroyd Christmas Market & Christmas Lights Switch On, with 40 stalls, ice carving, children’s activities, Father Christmas, food & drink, live music & dance and free mince pies and mulled wine!
The magical Lamplighter Festival returns to Todmorden guide us through the darkest months of the year!
Ryburn 3 Step brings you a Barn Dance at Waring Green Community Centre in Brighouse.
Todmorden Book Festival continues with the chance to join one of the UK’s best known contemporary poets, Ian McMillan, and his son, award-winning poet, Andrew McMillan, for an entertaining evening of poetry and rip-roaring conversation, and a rollicking good night out at The Todmorden Hippodrome, amongst seven other events today
Sunday 18th November
Join Calderdale Heritage Walks for a walk around Sowerby Bridge town centre to trace the town's development from Domesday to today.
Take a free Taster Tour of Todmorden Town Hall.
Todmorden Book Festival continues with seven events including a performance by celebrated poet Lemn Sissay of his one-man play ‘Something Dark’.
Have fun, folks!