Put on Walking Boots, Dance Shoes and a Crash Helmet; Events

Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England), September 26, 2008 | Go to article overview

Put on Walking Boots, Dance Shoes and a Crash Helmet; Events


RICHMOND Walking And Book Festival begins today, launched by poet and performer Brian Patten.

Each day until a week on Sunday, people can choose from a series of guided walks designed to suit all abilities and interests.

There are walks on land rarely walked, others that link with the Wensleydale Railway, or take you to Lovely Seat. For those who prefer a shorter walk, there are a wide variety in and around the town.

This year try the new Sound Walk, join the Drummer Boy walk, hear tales of taverns and ghosts, and go with North Country Theatre through a grass cut labyrinth that is exactly the same size as the one in Chartres Cathedral.

When not walking, hear words from poets, playwrights, cooks, crime writers and journalists. Brain Patten, famous as one of the Merseyside Poets, opens the festival with a performance in the Zetland Centre at 7.30pm.

Ring 01748 828742 or check out www.richmondwalking.com or www.richmondbookfestival.com for details.

THE North-east's first all day Salsa event takes place at Arc in Stockton tomorrow when both beginners and the most experienced can learn from world class tutors during the day and then show off their new moves at live events in the evening.

Prices are: Day (11.45am-5pm) All day pounds 37, daytime only pounds 25; 5pm Master Class pounds 8; Night (7.30pm-1am) pounds 17 including Cuban menu.

For more details, call 01642 525199. …

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