The Fringe

Wednesday 11th October 7.00pm – 8.30pm

Sing! Littleborough Community Choir

A new community choir led by the amazing talented Phil Reynolds Music, he will be teaching a range of songs both new and old. No auditions, no need to read music, and if you can talk you can sing(FACT!)

Inaugural session Wednesday 11th October, 7.00pm – 8.30pm at the Falcon Public House, The Square, Littleborough.

Only £5 per session. No need to book, just turn up.

Saturday 14th October to Tuesday 17th October

In partnership with Rochdale Literature and Ideas Festival

Laura Jamieson – 200 letters to Jane

Littleborough Library opening hours only

2017 marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death. In her short life she wrote not only six of the best loved novels in the English language, but a wealth of detailed letters – many to her beloved sister Cassandra – that provide a unique insight into their world.

200 Letters to Jane is a travelling letter writing bureau commissioned by Time to Read and designed by artist Laura /Jamieson. Laura invites you to sit down, write a letter and help create a new archive of letters, showing what it is like to live in the North West in 2017, much as Jane’s letters documented the minutiae of life in the early 1800’s. Everyone who writes a letter will receive a letter in return from another participant. At the end of the project, Laura will curate and design a digital book of 200 selected letters, one for each year of the anniversary, as homage to Austen’s work.

Admission FREE.


Saturday 21st October to Sunday 5th November

Sisters in Stitch Exhibition

Hare Hill House, Hare Hill Park

An exhibition of textile works by Littleborough’s very own Sisters in Stitch.

Admission FREE

Open Saturday’s and Sunday’s only (further details to be announced).


Littleborough Arts Festival is a registered charity: 1156946