Tor Fest 2019
2:00 PM14:00

Tor Fest 2019

I’m performing sometime on Saturday!

Tor Festival is held in the West Yorkshire market town of Todmorden, this year taking place across two stages at The Golden Lion pub. Friday night is warm up night, this will be in the intimate live room upstairs, tickets will be very limited! Saturday is all day, two stages and loads amazing performers, Sunday afternoon is free entry and we've invited Willie Stewart (Woven Skull, Divil A' Bit) to curate Floor Tom Fest, a celebration of experimental drum based music!

Friday - Lady Vendredi / Lee Patterson / + More to be announced!

Saturday - Emmanuelle Parrenin / Natalie Sharp (Lone Taxidermist) / Nadja / Vasco Alves / Divil A' Bit / Marlo Eggplant / Niknak / Jo Kennedy / Simon Fowler / Mammoth Beat Organ (Graham Dunning & Sam Underwood) / Dead Sea Apes / Plank / + More to be announced!

Sunday (Floor Tom Fest)- Fritz Welch + More to be announced!

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'The Valley' launch event
7:30 PM19:30

'The Valley' launch event

'The Valley' Launch Event
Metamorphosis: Urban-Organ in collaboration with Calderdale Sound Women Network Concert for organ, organ+electronics, live-looping, voice, and live electronics.

Featuring: CSWN artists Pam Hulme, Jo Kennedy, Sophie Cooper, and Magpahi. 

Based in Todmorden and Hebden Bridge, Calderdale Sound Women's Network are a loose collective with a shared interest in sound and music in all its forms.

"The Valley" is a new initiative that will be launched during Hebden Bridge Arts Festival week. At this launch event CSWN will present findings of recent research of who is performing in the Upper Calder Valley and where. We will also be launching an open call project at the event which will invite women and non-binary people in the Upper Calder Valley to create new pieces of collaborative work under mentorship from CSWN. 

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You Cannot Step Into The Same River Twice
to Jul 7

You Cannot Step Into The Same River Twice

My piece ‘Life in the Rain’ is being exhibited at Fuse Art Space, along with work from several other artists.

An exploration of sound and place, featuring work by Chris Watson, Jo Kennedy, Heloise Tunstall-Behrens, Tim Shaw, James Davoll, Andrew Tuttle, Tony Dupé, Julie Stoneman and Ben Gale.

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