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Kate Lock, director of Brassed On York Ltd, said: "The fact that the two stages of the Grand Depart go through the heartland of "brass band country" was what inspired us to expand our Brassed On York festival beyond York and into the more ambitious 'Tour de Brass' for 2014.
If you're feeling brassed off and in the need of a musical uplift during the next few weeks, a festival in County Durham could be just what you're looking for.
MOVIE hit Brassed Off is to be the latest stage offering from Birmingham Rep.
BRASSED OFF: Graham Davies needs more musicians for his band
Furthermore, brass bands are not an isolated phenomenon of the collieries and industries of the north, although the recent movie Brassed Off might have given that impression.
Actually, Brassed Off gives a slightly misleading picture of brass bands, according to Bram Gay.
And now a group of Calderdale musicians will TAKE to the fore when a new stage version of Brassed Off hits the region.
Brassed Off is a funny and heart-warming drama that reaches stirring heights as the band perform the final scene live on the stage of the Alhambra Theatre.
LISTEN TO THE BAND: Clifton and Lightcliffe Brass Band (above) with (inset) Pete Postlethwaite in the film version of Brassed Off and John McArdle (right)
HADE Edge Band struts its stuff on stage next week in the iconic show, Brassed Off.
Brassed Off is written by Paul Allen and adapted by Mark Herman.
Brassed Off runs until June 16 with performances each evening at 7.
Grimethorpe, stars of the Brassed Off film, will be on stage on Saturday, September 24 (8pm).