Forthcoming M@BU events
Friday May 1st 2015
M@BU and No Hands present a Threadfest warm-up event featuring
Sheffield’s aggro-beat post punk dance party trio with forthcoming record on Blast First Petite.
Bristolian duo coaxing noise-rave from guitars and throats on Howling Owl Records.
Experimental sound and visuals from James of TFT / Young Conservatives.
Plus more including No Hands DJs, Food and cocktails from Bare Plume.
at The Burnel Rooms, Bradford Playhouse, Little Germany.
£5 in. 8pm - 1am.
Friday May 22nd - Sunday May 24th 2015 at Bradford Playhouse - Threadfest 2015
Threadfest, Bradford’s acclaimed festival of independent music and art returns this May Spring Bank Holiday for a special ‘compact edition’. After three years of successfully joining up venues and organisations across the city, this time we’re bringing it all under one roof to give you a focused taste of what Bradford’s DIY, not-for-profit, independent and underground scenes have to offer.
Sir Richard Bishop, Circle, Vision Fortune, Richard Dawson, Michael Chapman, Hameed Brothers Qawwal, Jooklo Duo, The Family Elan, Drunk in Hell, The Wharves, Orchestra of The Upper Atmosphere & more
More info at http://bradfordthreadfest.com/
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A place to find out about, experience and get involved in music on campus and beyond.
Based on University of Bradford campus, Music at Bradford University offers four threads of provision. A programme of events that brings cutting edge music in all its forms to Bradford; a hub to find out about and promote music opportunities accessible to students and staff; small-scale rehearsal and practice facilities; and a base for workshops and facilitated opportunities for music-making.
The Tasmin Little Music Centre is a great place to drop in to find out about what's going on musically on campus and in the local area. It is also used as a practice space for members, and plays host to performances, workshops and various open groups and ensembles.
The programme of events is delivered by 'Fellow In Music' Andy Abbott.