FEVA Committee Event – Jez Lowe

Jez Lowe and the Bad Pennies,  £14.50

Henshaw’s– doors open 7 pm, Performance starts 8pm

***PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN VENUE FROM ADVERTISED IN PROGRAMME*** New venue is Henshaws Arts & Crafts Centre, 50 Bond End, Knaresborough HG5 9AL 

A double nomination in the 2015 BBC Folk Awards – for best singer and best new song – was a timely reminder of Jez Lowe’s standing in the UK folk and acoustic music scene. £14.50

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The Monkey’s Revenge song at Sunderland Folk Festival

Other FEVA Events on Tuesday 13th August:-


Market Place –  Free

11.30 am, 1pm and 2.30 pm
Punch and Judy performed in the grand old tradition with the outrageous antics of Mr Punch and friends. Free

Guided Tour of Knaresborough – Free

Guided Tour of Knaresborough, free

Walk around Knaresborough

Meet Green Dragon Yard. walk one 10.30 am; walk two 11.45 am

Join Margy Longhurst for a free guided tour of Knaresborough for feva. Margy is a Yorkshire Blue Badge Tourist Guide and a member of Knaresborough Council’s Town Team committee. First walk for all including restricted mobility. Walk two is for more agile – wear suitable footwear. Free

Secret Wartime Britain £5

Secret Wartime Britain £5

Knaresborough Library – doors open 6.50 pm

Hidden places that helped win the Second World War. Join local author Colin Philpott for a fascinating ‘tour’ of these sites – where were they and why were they needed? How successfully were they kept secret and what has happened to them since?

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feva Storytrail, £2 per child

Knaresborough Library

feva Storytrail

Library – 10.30 am

In Days of Old When Knights Were Bold – feva Storytrail. Meet at the library for tales of brave knights and courageous damsels, then follow the trail to the Castle (tour included). For children aged 5 to 10. Book at the library (Tel: 01609 533610) £2 per child, parents free

Dance feva, £5

Studio 3 Dance Workshop

Dance feva

Frazer Theatre – doors open 6.30 pm,  Performance starts 7:15pm

A dazzling, vibrant display of song and dance, showcasing some of the talent from Studio 3 Dance Workshop, including ballet, tap, jazz, musical theatre, street dance and Riverdance, performed by pupils aged from 5 to 18. £5

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Scarecrow Trail, St. Johns Church

The Scarecrows are back in the grounds of St. John’s Church every day from 10 to 18 August. Follow the clues; prizes for the winners; quiz sheets are available priced £1 from the Old Ticket Office on the railway station. Enjoy afternoon refreshments at the Hub overlooking
the river.

See also the “Arts Trail” “Flavours of feva” King James’s School

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