Sat Apr 25
Brazilian Club Night

Join us for a proper send off of italianissimo Luca Cooper Spartaco! We'll be having a few drinks, plenty of laughs and as much dancing as we can handle to the sounds of DJ Rauh. Expect this Brazilian 'misturador' of rhythms, beats and ass shaking vibes to cater to the floor with dance inducing basslines and uplifting melodies of House, Rock, Soul, Jazz and, of course, Nu-Bossa.

Sun Apr 26 @14:30 - 05:00PM
Yorkshire St Pauli

Local St. Pauli fan club, Yorkshire St Pauli will be watching this weeks game vs Heidenheim.


Free Entry

Mon Apr 27 @20:00 -
Sproggits //Simon Read Octet + Bobtail perform ''Sybil''

SPROGGITS is back, and this month we have two absolutely incredible large ensembles sproggitssybilplaying a night of all-original music. PLEASE NOTE! - we'll be starting slightly earlier than usual to cram all of this goodness in, and obviously we wouldn't want to run out of time for the raffle.

*Entry costs £3-£10 - Pay what you can afford*

Doors // 8pm

Music // 8.30pm

Simon Read Octet // A familiar face on the Leeds jazz scene, monster bass player Simon Read brings his wonderful octet to Wharf Chambers as part of their UK tour

Bobtail // Alicia Gardener-Trejo's large ensemble Bobtail perform a suite of music based on the life of Sybil - a woman possessed by 16 separate personalities. The band features Chris Maddock, Chris Brown, Elliot Strand, Faith Hellier, Beetung Goo, Tom Dunnett, David Sear, Tobie Carpenter, David Ferris, Adam Jarvis and John Hirst, alongside Miriam Pau on narration. You can listen to a taster here.


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Tue Apr 28 @19:30 - 11:00PM
The Scribe: Vol II Issue III Launch Night/Open Mic

COME DOWN AND PARTY WITH US! we'll be selling issues of the last Scribe to grace scribemagcampus this academic year. 

Also featuring live music from acts such as Epilogues, Olivia Battercharjee, and Eve Daniels!

If you would like to perform, send us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or drop us a facebook message - whatever you wish to do, we will do our best to accommodate you! 

Tickets on the door, £3/£2 for members. You can purchase membership here.


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Wed Apr 29 @19:30 - 11:00PM

The "pls txt" collective present...

Four piece pop punk band living in Birmingham and Bath. They like singing about their animal mates, wrestling and feeling anxious.

Scuzzy alt-pop trio from York, UK. Eschewing technical ability in favour of short, jangly hooks, JUNK blend male/female vocals à la The Pastels and The Vaselines, with the Big Muff moments of Dinosaur Jr.

Slow and dreamy indiepop-sadcore from Leeds. Sounds like Elliot Smith and Galaxie 500. 

£3-5 (pay what you can; no one turned away due to lack of funds)


Vegan cakes for donation, zines for sale. 


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Sat May 02 @20:00 - 11:00PM
Frau/ No Form + more

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London m8. Someone from Maximum Rocknroll said their guitarist was a genius and their bassist used to be in the coolest band. Current members of Good Throb/Woolf
No Form
They asked us to play, I promise. "[S]ome terrible social experiment in 'how to be an art school prick part one' and part two of how to have a tantrum when no one understands the fathoms deep meaning to appallingly shite, self indulgent performance art'. how low can punk get..... apparently really low."
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Sun May 03 @14:30 - 05:00PM
Yorkshire St Pauli

Yorkshire St Pauli will be watching this weeks match.


Free Entry

Mon May 04 @18:30 - 08:30PM
Fierce Babe Cafe

Come along and meet other fierce babes! There will be fun crafty things for us to do :Dfiercebabes


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Tue May 05 @20:00 -
Jean Ralphio's Sister, Beloved Binge,

Lineup: bbbybonnie

Jean Ralphios Sister
Beloved Binge

More about the bands: 

Jean Ralphios Sister (Leeds): 

Beloved Binge: Misfit pop duo (USA)
” …upbeat, stripped-down and muffed-out indie-pop rock. 


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Wed May 06 @19:30 - 11:00PM

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Hardcore punk from Cleveland, USA. Think a blender of Electric Eels, Bad Brains and Midwest classics.
Too arty for hardcore kids, too hardcore for art. How much No Form can you take?