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Beneath Our Feet

Beneath Our Feet

For tens of thousands of years, people have ventured underground in order to experience something out of the ordinary: to take shelter, create, hide, escape... Join us as we gather for our own extraordinary expedition where the memories and secrets of Stump Cross Caverns will dance before you. Beneath Our Feet is a promenade performance that will use dance and live music to tell the story of the underground. Your guide, musician Lou Vilstrup, will draw you into an unknown world, where the memories and secrets of each underground space will dance before you. This is the most recent work by award-winning dance company Made By Katie Green, who specialise in making dance performance work for museums and heritage sites. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, there are three chances to see this extraordinary performance each evening.


For full access details please see www.madebykatiegreen.co.uk

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Tunstill's Men

Tunstill's Men
A poignant tale of local young men sent off to war, an accomplished piece created and performed by students and staff at The Skipton Academy. The true story of a recruiting campaigner during World War 1 is brought to life in this promenade performance through the Grassington Streets. Meet for the Funeral of Gilbert Tunstill at the Methodist Church then walk back in time with the performers. Please dress appropriately for the occasion.

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Voices of Craven

Voices of Craven



Grassington Festival is proud to be collaborating with the Voices of Craven, a rural initiative which aims to get people from the villages of Craven singing by nurturing local choirs. Everyone is welcome to join the monthly massed rehearsals which will all culminate in a celebratory concert staged in the beautiful St Michael the Archangel Church in Kirkby Malham. Inspirational Choral Director Thomas Leech has put together an evening of music and Joining the choir is locally born but internationally renowned Soprano Sarah Fox, described as “one of the loveliest voices presently available on any opera stage or concert platform”

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Live at The Festival Hall 2018

Live at The Festival Hall 2018

Compéred by Edd Hedges, this is a feast of  stand-up comedy not to be missed. Edd Hedges ‘Edd Hedges is a joy to watch’

The Scotsman Back by popular demand and with an incredibly endearing stage presence, Edd Hedges has a natural affinity with an audience and since winning So You Think You’re Funny in 2013 his career has skyrocketed. Matt Rees ‘A properly original comedy mind’ The Guardian Multi-award-winning Welsh comedian, Matt Rees, has generated a huge buzz on the circuit over the past few years with his unique brand of well-crafted gags and acerbic delivery  Saskia Preston ‘Superb gag-writer…one to watch’ London Is Funny Saskia Preston has made a name for herself as an act who delivers up offbeat one liners and observations in a unique and playful style. Darren Altman ‘…I genuinely think this is the best and most original act we’ve had’ Simon Cowell Darren Altman is a voiceover artist and impressionist, who won audiences over competing in Britain’s Got Talent 2016 . Robert White ‘Jaw-dropping riot…Get him on Shooting Stars!’  The List Robert White is the only gay, Aspergic, quarter-Welsh comic on the British comedy circuit, known for his brilliant timing and chaotic stage presence.

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