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Haworth Festival

Haworth Festival presents a bundle of creativity, music, poetry and beyond in their programme running from 19- 28 July!

Over the years, Haworth Festival has brought many diverse and wonderful shows and gigs to the village, and 2024 is set to be the biggest in many years!

For music lovers, Haworth welcomes both familiar and new faces to the festival. Enjoy the dreamy verses of Captain Of The Lost Waves or the impeccable harmonies of the Deep C Divas at Cobbles & Clay. Haworth Central Park will host the eclectic party band Darkeyes and Guisely Jazz in their bandstand. Catch a Celebration of Church music at St. Michael and All Angels’ Church and explore the many more music events happening across the village!

Join comedian Patrick Monahan for an evening of laughs, or enjoy one of the festival’s exciting poetry events, including a launch of a new collection of poems inspired by the Brontës.

Celebrate Emily Brontë’s birthday in style with a weekend of creative workshops hosted at The Brontës Parsonage Museum. Explore wild poetry, yoga, graphic novels, and more!

There’s also plenty to get involved with at the festival, including an open session with Haworth Bell Ringers and Balboa Swing Dance with Brontë Balboa Balboa Swing Dance.

So whatever you may be interested in, discover the brilliant range of events happening at Haworth Festival!

Balboa Dancing

Haworth Bandstand, Central Park BD22 8QE

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Balboa Swing Dance

Oakworth Village Hall, BD22 7HY

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A Celebration of Church Music

St Michael and All Angels (Haworth Parish Church) BD22 8DP

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Haworth Bell Ringers – Open Session, Have a go

St Michael and All Angels (Haworth Parish Church) BD22 8DP

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