Kirkgate, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 9DZ
On Kirkgate between the Market Square and Booths supermarket.
“I want you to know what’s happening...”
Inspired by the 50ft Whale visiting Settle, and one of our favourite stories, 'The Whale & the Snail', by the creators of the Gruffalo, search all over Settle Town Centre for clues and complete this exciting trail. On your journey you'll meet some of the Whale's underwater friends.
In our community are hidden extraordinary stories.
Over the last two years, we've been working to tell them by creating stop motion animation films with Virpi Kettu of Kettu Studios. She's animated the likes of Wallace & Gromit and Radiohead's most recent music video.
For the photography workshop for 18+ years, click here.
We live in a world of selfies. We take hundreds of images every day. But how much do we think about the images we are taking?
Stupid, Stupid Songs & Some Very Sensible Stories
A festival premiere created & performed by Keith Donnelly & Ursula Holden Gill
A world record breaking live comedy game show where you play along, hosted by comedian Steve McNeil - Team Captain on Dara O Briain's Go 8 Bit.
Log in with your smartphone/table (make sure you've got plenty of battery) and compete in a range of games, quizzes and challenges to win the show, and prizes!
A Sunday morning cool down. The kettle’s on, the toast is popping and all you need to do is spread your marmalade. A chilled storytelling session to get the day started. Join us for an eclectic telling of folktales from around the globe, as well as your chance to tell a story as stories from the floor will be invited.
Stretch your legs as you open your mind. Join our wandering bard to experience stories that stimulate your senses surrounded by stunning Yorkshire Dales scenery.
A Film Narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch
From Sierra Leone to the UK, hip-hop artist and storyteller Alim Kamara lights up the stage with his contemporary rhythmical storytelling that will leave you breathless.
A menacing boar, a cunning huntsman and a tongue remembered...
Follow the story of this Bradfordian Folktale from the 1300’s. The real question is; is the beast the biggest threat here?