The sound of ice creams and stop me and buy one doesn’t ring out very often during October, but Harrogate International Festivals are bringing ‘stop me and book one’ to Harrogate on the 15th October as part of their plans to light up Harrogate with literature.
The evening forms part of the build up to the forthcoming Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival and features projector bikes to light up the town centre. The bikes will explore Harrogate and project animation onto buildings and pavements across town with the opportunity to stop the bikes for a free book as you pass.
Come along and see our mini mobile cinemas – great fun for families to bring out your torches and light up lanterns and discover the mini mobile cinemas across the town.
19:00 to 19:50
Along Oxford Street – Beulah Street – Cambridge Street – Market Place – Cambridge Street – cross to War Memorial
20:00 to 20:50
Along Oxford Street – The Ginnel – Crown Hotel – Pump Room Museum – Valley Gardens along Elgar Walk to Magnesia Well – return to Valley Gardens entrance on higher level path – Royal Parade to White Hart Hotel – cross to Montpellier Hill – along Montpellier Parade to Bettys – cross to War Memorial
21:00 to 22:00
Along Oxford Street – up Parliament Street past Bettys – along West Park (Stray side) – cross by Prince of Wales roundabout – along West Park to Victoria Avenue – through Library Gardens – past Everyman and along Albert Street – John Street – War Memorial
Partners: Sound Intervention.