Haworth Art FestivalHaworth Arts Festival is a brilliant local event bringing musical and artistic revelry to the village over a fantastic 12 days. The festival takes place in various locations from the famous Bronte Parsonage Museum to our café and pottery painting studio. It’s a great opportunity for locals and visitors to get together and share their love for music and art.

This year we are bursting with excitement to bring back our infamous open mic night along with a host of other free events at Cobbles & Clay – we hope you’ll join us!

Open mic night (18th June, 7.30pm): We open Haworth Arts Festival 2015 with the return of our popular open mic night! Facilitated by Andy Wood, it’s sure to be a fun night of music, song, comedy, poetry, interpretive dance… whatever floats your accordion!

Ikkle Dragons drop-in craft session (10am-12pm, 20th June): The hosts of our new weekly children’s craft classes (Thursday 3.45-5.15pm), Ikkle Dragon Crafts, are holding a drop-in session for creative kids to try out. They will be making fabric mosaics.

Bronte readings (6pm, 26th June): Caroline Lamb, who is playing Emily Bronte in a brand new play coming this November, will be joining us in the cafe to deliver performed readings of poetry and prose by the most famous family in the history of English Literature to promote the production and raise the funds to stage it. Sure to be an interesting evening for any literature-lover!

Annie & Joe Drury gig (7.30pm, 26th June): A fantastic brother and sister act, Annie and Joe Drury will be hosting an evening of live music and vocals. Influenced by classic artists such as Joni Mitchel, Carol King and Kate Bush, Annie’s songwriting will leave you in awe whilst Joe’s powerful vocals make this a memorable gig.

Storytelling/dance session (11.30am and 2.30, 28th June): Bound to be an interesting session, come and experience a story being told through the medium of dance. Perfect for children and well behaved adults!

If you can’t make our free events, why not just pop in and get your creative juices flowing by paining a piece of pottery?