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Sunday, 03 September 2017 10:42

14.10.2017 - Leeds Festival of Gothica

Leeds Festival of Gothica

Leeds City Museum
Cookridge Street,
LS2 8BH Leeds

14 October at 11:00–16:00
Free entry.

Take a dark trip into the bones of Leeds Gothica on the 14th of October.
Explore gothic literature, fashion and music.
Special guest –Rosie Garland, reading from her work!

With stalls and installations from jumbo records, ultimate skin tattoos, Leeds libraries, the West Yorkshire Playhouse Costume Department, ‘dead things’ by Kate, Sohos, Nyx and the Sophie Lancaster foundation to name but a few!

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Goth City Festival - a Night of the Dark Arts

 

Fox and Newt
9 Burley Street, LS3 1LD Leeds

Doors 7.45pm–23:00
Entry £4. All proceeds to PAFRAS.


'A Night of the Darks Arts' is a varied night of acoustic and spoken word gothic, set in the splendid gig room of the wonderful Fox & Newt in Leeds.

We are delighted to announce the one and only divine ROSIE GARLAND will top the bill, performing a reading from her fantastic and critically-acclaimed works.
- featuring Rosie Garland, AMereKat, Alice Nicholls, Undead Poets Society and Nathan Ramsden @ The Fox & Newt, Burley Street, Leeds.

http://www.gothcity.co.uk/schedule.htm

 

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Goth City Festival: Black Planet - Leeds Goth in Perspective


On the discussion panel will be: Rosie Garland (writer, performer and March Violets singer), John Keenan (Leeds alternative music promoter), Karl Spracklen (Professor of Leisure Studies, Leeds Beckett University) and Tim Synystyr (journalist and A Blogging Goth), chair: Joel Heyes (Goth City Promotions)
Venue: HEART Centre,
Bennett Road,
Headingley, Leeds.
7.30-9.30pm
Tickets for this event are now on sale! £4 each, all proceeds to PAFRAS

Tickets can be purchased by PayPal. Once purchased all you need to do is bring your PayPal receipt to the event.

The first Goth City Festival will take place in Leeds in November 2016 – and I'm delighted to be involved!

Taking place between Friday 11th and Saturday 26th November, Goth City Festival will celebrate the gothic and post-punk heritage of the city and of Yorkshire generally. Events will include, gigs, clubs, discussions, spoken word, acoustic and social events at more than six venues and feature more than 20 different bands and performers.

All proceeds from Goth City Promotions events during this period will be donated to PAFRAS (Positive Action For Refugees and Asylum Seekers), a local charity for destitute refugees and asylum seekers.

http://gothcity.co.uk/

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