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Seasons of LifeAtThe Telegraph & Argus has some more info:
Cobbles and Clay, Main Street, Haworth from 7.30pm.
This event is part of the 2016 Haworth Festival.
Kala Sangam artists, in partnership with the Brontë Parsonage Museum, present a physical tapestry of movement, music and spoken word, inspired by the poetry of the Brontë sisters.
Free admission, traditional South Asian refreshments available.
A spokesman said: “The artists will weave a physical tapestry of movement, music and spoken word in response to the lyrical treasures of the Brontë sisters.And tomorrow, June 19:
“Through the art of an expressive language of hand gestures, facial expression and physical patterns in space, we will offer a novel inter-cultural performance filled with unique aesthetics from the South Asian tradition of performing arts." (David Knights)
Keighley storyteller and musician Jim Pickles is taking part in two separate Haworth Festival events. (...)Not in Haworth but in Saltaire:
The following day, [June 19], Jim will lead a walk from Haworth Parish Church to Top Withins – reputedly the setting for Emily Brontë’s novel Wuthering Heights – via the Bronte Waterfalls.
The free activity sets off at 10am.
Jim said: “Due to steep and uneven terrain, this walk should only be undertaken by people comfortable with such conditions.
“Dogs on leads are welcome. A refreshment break is planned on the return. I'm hoping for good weather, because there is no alternatives planned if the weather isn't good!” (David Knights in The Telegraph & Argus)
The Brontës and Their Creative Genius
Ann Dinsdale, Bronte Society Archivist,
Author of The Brontes at Haworth, In the Footsteps of the Brontes and At Home with the Brontes,Will be giving a talk on her insights into the creative genius that marked the Bronte family in Haworth.
Salts Mill, Saturday 18th June at 12.00 pm
Tickets cost £5.00 and are available from the 1853 Gallery (Redeemable against a purchase of any of Ann’s books)