Powerful vocals, engaging harmonies, melodic bass and acoustic guitars delivering songs from the heart that stir the soul.
Featuring Patricia Sherrington and Nuala Keller.
Tickets can be purchased from Nether Edge Bowling Club
A preview to an exhibition of dramatic impasto landscapes and watercolours featuring the Peak District and Cornish coast.
There will be a ‘silent’ charity auction for a canvas piece and a watercolour (proceeds to Trees for Cities).
Come along and hear the winning entries from our Living on the Edge poetry competition and share your own poems in our open mic night at Café #9.
A mini street party on Union Road between the Union pub and Lotte on the Edge. Clothing stalls, bric a brac and a glitter station, and music with a DJ and local singers. Food and drink will be available from the Union and Lotte on the Edge.
Subject to road closure permission.
If you’ve never used a drill this workshop will introduce you to its basic functions. You’ll learn how to make a pilot hole, how to choose the right screw for the job, and you’ll take home a handcrafted planter.
Famous for her novel A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian, Marina will talk about her latest novel The Lubetkin Legacy, our Festival Book.
Danuta Kot, our guest speaker last year, will discuss her new novel Life Ruins.
Bookstall by Rhyme and Reason.
New baby in the family? Join our friendly group of parents – Mums and/or Dads with babies up to 12 months old. An opportunity to meet other parents (and babies) in a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere.
Tea, coffee and cakes available.
0114 255 1473
Then please get in touch and let us know. We are always looking to work with people so the festival can grow in success and popularity each year.
Your community is what you make it!