£7 full/£6 frequent doggers & concessions.
5 to 16 year olds £4
Under 5 just £1
Family not essential but if you've got kids and want to do something that doesnt involve spending loads of cash but does have something for all of you then our wonderful family day is for you. But if you aint got kids, it's still a lovely afternoon.
Ratty Roberts kids entertainer in the Lounge Bar at 5pm. Home made food. The return of our raffle..great prizes just run in a chaotic stylee! And so to the line up...
TheOwter Zeds are legendary from Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire. They have spend the last two and half decades playing clubs, festivals and venues of various sizes with their wonderful live set.. Owter Zeds (try saying in a Yorkshire accent ‘out of us heads’) write and play an irresistible blend of ska, rock and reggae. Starting at the equally legendary Hebden Bridge Trades Club as a one off band for a Miners benefit during the turbulent 1980s, they just carried on… and on.
Frequent gigs at the Trades Club led to them stepping out across the North of England with regular trips to festivals in France, especially in the Poitou-Charente region where they are invited back year on year.
The Zeds play music that sounds familiar, but isn’t quite like anyone else you’ve heard – all original material, no covers. The band has nine full time members. Drums, bass, lead guitar, skank guitar/vocals , keyboards/vocals, trumpet, saxophone/vocals, trombone and lead vocals.
Based in Leeds, Fold are an experimental live trip-hop 4 piece consisting of founder Seth Mowshowitz on synths & samples, Kane Rattray on drums, Ben Walsh on bass and Josh Gardziel on guitar.
They weave speech samples into their tunes that reflect important truths and convey positive messages. At the core of their music is a fundamental belief that equal societies are better for everyone.
Following the success of their Public Service Broadcasting remix (a favourite of Gideon Coe) and their Independent Music Award nominated single Mr President, We’re In Trouble, Leeds 4-piece Fold bring their distinctive, experimental trip-hop sound to their latest EP, featuring a
compelling collaboration with poet & BBC radio presenter Mr Gee.
Fold supported Public Service Broadcasting for a second time on September 12 at the Picturedrome in Holmfirth and released their EP on October 24 in Leeds.
Fold were recently interviewed by the Guardian as part of their breaking bands feature and have since received support from Lauren Laverne.
"A cracking EP." - Paul Sheehan, BBC6Music
"Brilliant track, stunning." - Lauren Laverne,
“Witty and satisfyingly groove led.” Marc
Burrows, The Guardian
Little Giants were formed by Martin and Ruth Nuttall following the break up of their previous band Five Corners, with a view to playing and writing music with a more rootsy feel. After a break from performing due to other band commitments (Martin plays banjo & lap steel guitar with the Tragics and they both play with the Flaming Corks) LITTLE giants are back with the addition of upright bass player Morley Hilton and a set of new songs encompassing a wide range of influences from old time string band to ska.
Incorporating banjo, guitar, harmonica, accordion, slap bass and even kazoo if you’re lucky! they bring a new twist to traditional sounds.
We released a single earlier this year on 7" through elefant, it was a collaboration with a band called A little Orchestra the video for that is here
that got played on sixmusic and amazing radio, and our last record got a lot of play from Gideon Coe and Steve Lamacq, so we're hoping for a bit more of that.