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 UPCOMING EVENTS

Mon Mar 30 @20:00 - 11:00PM
Sproggits

Kari/Aaron/Andrew

Beautiful/Not-so-beautiful music

£3-10



Sat Apr 04 @14:30 - 11:00PM
Strangeforms

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Sixteen bands. Two days. 
An Easter Bank Holiday weekend of post-rock, post-metal, math-rock & leftfield acts. 


Line-up:

Her Name Is Calla - Post-rock from Leicester.
&U&I - Alt math-rock from Birmingham (ex-Blakfish)
Telepathy -  Post-metal from Colchester.

Alright The Captain  - Math-rock from Nottingham.

Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster - Post-metal from London.

Falls - Noise-rock from Flintshire.

Rumour Cubes - Post-rock from London.

Waking Aida - Math-rock from Southampton.

TrojanHorse - Prog-rock from Manchester.

worriedaboutsatan - Electronic ambience from Manchester.

Tomorrow We Sail - Post-rock from Leeds.

ENVOYS - Post-metal from Leeds.

Civil Protection - Post-rock from York/Huddersfield.

Kusanagi - Math-rock from Liverpool 

Fly On Byrd, Fly On - Post-rock from Sheffield.

Lenin -  Dreampop from Leeds

 

PLUS -

Vegan cakes from That Old Chestnut, Veggie food, Sound It Out Recordsstall & Echoes And Dust DJs.

 

Weekend tickets cost £15 and are strictly limited to 130, Available from Jumbo RecordsWharf Chambers (over the bar) and the Bad Owl Presents online store here.

(StrangeForms bundle including ticket for the The StrangeForms After-Party feat: Lost In the Riots, Polymath & Campfires also available for £19)

 

 



Sun Apr 05 @14:30 - 11:00PM
Strangeforms

Facebook Event

 

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Sixteen bands. Two days. 
An Easter Bank Holiday weekend of post-rock, post-metal, math-rock & leftfield acts. 


Line-up:

Her Name Is Calla - Post-rock from Leicester.
&U&I - Alt math-rock from Birmingham (ex-Blakfish)
Telepathy -  Post-metal from Colchester.

Alright The Captain  - Math-rock from Nottingham.

Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster - Post-metal from London.

Falls - Noise-rock from Flintshire.

Rumour Cubes - Post-rock from London.

Waking Aida - Math-rock from Southampton.

TrojanHorse - Prog-rock from Manchester.

worriedaboutsatan - Electronic ambience from Manchester.

Tomorrow We Sail - Post-rock from Leeds.

ENVOYS - Post-metal from Leeds.

Civil Protection - Post-rock from York/Huddersfield.

Kusanagi - Math-rock from Liverpool 

Fly On Byrd, Fly On - Post-rock from Sheffield.

Lenin -  Dreampop from Leeds

 

PLUS -

Vegan cakes from That Old Chestnut, Veggie food, Sound It Out Recordsstall & Echoes And Dust DJs.

 

Weekend tickets cost £15 and are strictly limited to 130, Available from Jumbo RecordsWharf Chambers (over the bar) and the Bad Owl Presents online store here.

(StrangeForms bundle including ticket for the The StrangeForms After-Party feat: Lost In the Riots, Polymath & Campfires also available for £19)

 

 



Mon Apr 06 @18:00 -
RCD // Captain Hotknives // Bolshy // Foxes Faux // Boycott the Baptist

Bolshy
Radical, Anarchic, Bolshy, Scouse

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Just 'av a listen. Bradford acoustic.

RCD
Leeds Ska/Punk. 

 

Foxes Faux
Yorkshire Folk Punk With a Gypsy Twinge

Boycott The Baptist
LEEDS Party Crust Duo 

 

Paper Wings
5 piece folk-punk street band from Liverpool



Tue Apr 07 @20:00 -
Tigercats // Fever Dream // Witching Waves // Hilary and the Hate Crimes

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featuring...

TIGERCATS

FEVER DREAM

WITCHING WAVES

 

HILARY AND THE HATE CRIMES

 

£5 on the door. 8pm start.

 

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Wed Apr 08 @20:00 - 11:00PM
Vibracathedral Orchestra / Death Shanties

Vibracathedral Orchestra are the totemic ensemble of contemporary British outsider music. vibracathedralTheir chimerical DNA spans from beatific Labour-club raga to full-on face-flaying West Riding Kraut-out, whilst the core membership and elastic supporting cast that has realised this wayward vision is an unrivalled who’s who of the UK audio underground. Support comes from Death Shanties, the mixed-media balls-­to-­the-wall Free Jazz group featuring Alex Neilson (drums), Sybren Renema (sax) and Lucy Stein (painting/ projections).

 

£5

 

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Thu Apr 09 @19:30 - 11:00PM
Destroy All Monsters & Musical Mathematics Present // Town Portal, Alarmist & Cleft

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Destroy All Monsters
& Musical Mathematics Present...
TOWN PORTAL
An instrumental experimental post/math rock/metal band from Copenhagen, Denmark
ALARMIST
An instrumental four-piece from Dublin
CLEFT

DOORS 7:30PM
£5 ADV



Sun Apr 12 @14:30 - 07:30PM
Board Gaming with Leeds Meeples

Board gaming is for everyone! If you've ever felt like trying out board games such as Carcassonne, Settlers Of Catan, Ticket to Ride, Dominion, Agricola, Chrononauts and Apples to Apples, then come along and join a relaxed group of people. We believe that board gaming is all about socialising, having fun and making new friends in an environment that makes everyone comfortable. Bring a game to share if you like, or just drop in any time during the afternoon. We play games as short as 20 minutes as well as long games. Entry is by optional donation to cover the room hire. Please remember this is intended to be a safe space.

 

Entry by optional donation (suggested amount £2)



Mon Apr 13 @19:30 - 09:30PM
LRD Cinema Night

Did you miss Whip It the first time round? Wish you could see all that fast-paced roller LRD Filmnightskating action on a big screen? Wonder what all the cool kids have been talking about?

This is your chance! LRD are hosting a screening of Whip It. Come and watch some soon-to-be cult cinema with us.

Doors open at 7:30, screening starts at 8:00pm. 

Full bar and concessions available. Young adults allowed with an adult (but they can't hit the bar). 

Tickets prices :
Advance purchase: £6.30 or 2 for £10 
On the Door : £7
Under 16s: £4 on the door (concessionary advance tickets not available)



Tue Apr 14 @19:30 -
Fictions of Every Kind - Relativity

Our early words of encouragement cards read: "If you write, you're a writer", and we believe fictionsrelativitythat as much today as we did then. Our April event is themed "Relativity." Whether this means to you warring families, the passing of time, or how things relate to one another, you are welcome to bring your contributions to our writers' open mic. 

Thanks to a small grant from Leeds Inspired, we're excited to be bringing two world class short story writers to Leeds, and still at the amazing bargain price of £3. Our two invited speakers are:

ZOE LAMBERT Zoe is a short story writer and almost novelist. Her collection, the War Tour, was published in 2012, and her stories have appeared in numerous anthologies. Her latest is Beta-Life, by Comma Press. She is currently working on her novel, That Quiet Longing, and she lectures at the University of Lancaster. 

 

AVRIL JOY was born in Somerset, the setting for her first novel, The Sweet Track. Her short fiction has appeared in literary magazines and anthologies, including Victoria Hislop's, The Story: Love, Loss and the Lives of Women: 100 Great Short Stories. She has been shortlisted for a number of prizes including The Bridport, The Manchester Prize for Fiction, and in 2012 she won the inaugural Costa Short Story Award. Her collection of stories, Millie and Bird, Tales of Paradise, is published in 2015 by Iron Press. She blogs regularly about writing and life and lives with her partner in County Durham. 

 

+ Writers' open mic at which fiction, poetry, true stories, flash fiction, and excerpts from larger works, are all welcome. Please keep your contributions at 5 minutes or under, and sign up when you arrive. 

+ Music from THESE MEN (indie barbershop quartet) 

 

Our April event is being organised and hosted by Claire, Jenna, and Sarah. 

This event is supported by the Leeds City Council Leeds Inspired Grants Scheme.