A day of concerts, workshops and impromptu performances given by choirs and vocal ensembles, loosely themed on peace, love and understanding: 100 years on from the end of the 1st World War.
Bradford Women Singers: inspiring six-strong a capella group from the radical traditions of the North of England.
PiCanta: women’s choir from Wendland, North East Germany
The Secret Choir: A coming together of groups of singers from Todmorden, Read, Nelson and Marple singing songs of love, friendship and togetherness
Zarebi: Georgian Women’s Choir based in Hebden Bridge
Rüsen : Yodelling ensemble from North East Germany
2pm until 6pm, doors open at 1.30pm.