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Stop Press: 2 Priestley Birthday Events

29 Aug
Pie & Priestley Poster

Bradford Woolly Heritage CIC presents

Events celebrating Bradford’s best writer

Pie & Priestley Show

An entertaining, illustrated show about Priestley and a pie that defied Hitler.

Just £10 inc. meat & potato (or veggie) pie & peas & 1st drink.

Jacobs Well BD1 5RL. 12.00 SUN 12TH Sept.

Priestley Points Walk

Celebrate Priestley’s birthday with a guided walk around central Bradford, with readings.

£7 inc. any Jacobs Well made pie & peas at end.

Meet at Priestley’s statue by Science_ Media Museum.

14.00 Mon 13th Sept

Both events, & pies, just £15!

Tickets from Jacobs Well or eventbrite (fee).

Info woollyheritage.com or 01274395628

Pie & Priestley

7 Sep

Never mind the Meat and Potato Pie that defied Hitler – here is the show that defied Covid. 

We are  very pleased to announce that Glyn’s one man show based on the life and work of JB Priestley will be going ahead on Sunday 13 September – An important day as it is both Glyn and JB Priestley’s birthday. 

The show, which Glyn has been producing for over 20 years, features illustrated readings of Priestley works and the story of one of Bradford’s most famous sons, and one of the most successful actors and playwrights of the 20th Century’s; and is built around the story of a Bradford pie shop that survived the Blitz; that Priestley made world famous in a wartime broadcast 

The ticket price includes a pint or a softie and a Meat and Potato Pie or vegetarian option of a Butter Pie and tickets are available direct from Jacobs Well. 

Tickets are limited to ensure social distancing so please book in advance. 

It all starts at Midday and costs £7 direct  or £8.14 online.

In the event that live performances are once again suspended Glyn and Dan are filming the show and we will have that ready to go instead, it will be held outside if the weather’s fine. 

Date: Sunday 13 September 

Time: 12 Noon

Place: Jacobs Well Pub   14 Kent Street, BD1 5RL Bradford 

Tickets:  £7