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Recorded Delivery at Hebden Bridge Arts Festival

A unique snapshot of contemporary Yorkshire.

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Meet the man behind the QR codes! Award winning writer, artist and Huddersfield postman Kevin Boniface concludes his audio journey in Hebden Bridge for the screening of two short films, an exhibition and chat over a pint of Trouser Town ale!

Award winning writer, artist and Huddersfield postman Kevin Boniface takes to the road to produce a series of monologues about the people and places he encounters on his rounds. The project will be documented by filmmaker, Ed Cotterill.

Starting out from his Huddersfield home and workplace, Kevin will journey to his hometown of Holmfirth, visit Grassington during the Tour de Yorkshire, ending up in the most contemporary of the market towns, Hebden Bridge.

This will build into a unique snapshot of contemporary Yorkshire where One Direction perfume for under a tenner is not to be sniffed at, where the man on the bus confides he could never eat Weetabix without sugar and where there is an underlying murmur of people in tight shorts commenting on the warm weather to come.

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Hebden Bridge Arts Festival

Hebden Bridge Town Hall, St George's Street, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 7BY

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Celebrating its quirky community and showcasing our town’s unique creativity and landscape, Hebden Bridge Arts Festival is a charity promoting artistic talent of all kinds from near and far, culminating in an annual flurry of Festival activities.
Now in its 23rd year, the 2016 Festival will reflect Hebden Bridge’s community spirit, paying tribute to our industrial heritage through an inventive ‘Trouser Town’ theme.
Come see what all the fuss is about – join us between June 24th and July 3rd to experience Hebden Bridge in its element!

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