Settle Stories festival is this weekend from April 6 to 8 and promises to provide more than 70 artistic experiences for the whole family.
Log in and play Wi-Fi Wars, a record-breaking live comedy game show. Enjoy the kind of theatre which seeps into the subconscious with Proto-type Theatre’s A Machine they’re Secretly Building. Immerse yourself in a video goggle performance with And the Birds Fell From the Sky.
The family events are going to make a splash - join Circo Rum Ba Ba for an underwater adventure. A 50ft inflatable whale will be transported to Settle Market Place.
Will you dare step inside its belly? Don’t miss The Queen and the Jester a festival premiere that will leave you in stitches.
The festival starts at 5pm tomorrow (Friday) with the launch of the listening gallery in a phone box. Then at 7.30pm in Settle Victoria Hall, watch A Machine they’re Secretly Building (16 and over).
On Saturday from 10am until 4pm, visit Karvan, a 16ft artistically renovated caravan in which you are invited to travel around the world through fiction and poetry.
There is a festival premiere at 2pm on Saturday The Queen and the Jester with daft songs and sensible stories.
On Saturday at 7.30pm, enjoy ‘Wi-fi Wars’ where you log in with your smartphone/tablet and compete in a range of games, quizzes and challenges to win the show, and prizes.
There is much more on offer at the festivals so for more information and to book tickets, visit www.settlestories.org.uk. Festival passes are available for adults, under 18s and families. All festival tickets will be available for collection from the Festival Box Office from April 6.