Yorkshire Sound Women Network presents the first of two gigs featuring an eclectic mix of artists from Kirklees and across the North.
Supriya will be performing a meditative and relaxing medley of melodies from the South Indian tradition. Early evening notes will mingle with night time sounds as lyrics and notes merge and fill the space.
Synths, voice, clarinet and cello journey together to intriguing new places.
Traditional folk meets the contemporary world in the songs of 2019’s BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award winner.
Heartfelt songs combining everyday observations and bittersweet insight from Batley’s answer to Tracy Chapman.
Finishes in time for trains back to Huddersfield/Manchester/Leeds.
Look out for YSWN Presents: Tracks 2 on Saturday 11 November, featuring electronic sounds and synthpop from Dischi, Teresa Winter and Mia Windsor.
The gig takes place on the ground floor of The Terrace, which has a small step (requiring a wheel lift) outside the door and then level access inside. The usable door width is 72cm, reducing to 66cm at the handle, which is 85cm above the floor. Unfortunately the toilets are not wheelchair accessible but suitable ones can be accessed in the West Riding Refresment Rooms, 150m away. Please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any other questions or access requirements that would make it easier for you to enjoy this event.
This event takes place in line with YSWN’s Safer Spaces policy, where no one should feel unsafe or uncomfortable due to prejudice or harassment. The full policy can be read here.