Sorry to announce that the Songwriter’s Circle with Greg Hancock scheduled for Saturday 25 May has been postponed due to unforeseen circumstances. We are hoping to rearrange in the not to distant future.
Really looking forward to Kiki Dee and Carmelo Luggeri: An Acoustic Journey, live at the Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue this coming Saturday and Sunday. Both nights are sold out so no tickets on the door I’m afraid.
Kiki and Carmelo will be performing 2 sets with an interval. There is no support. Provisional show times are:
6.50pm: Doors Open
7.30pm: Kiki Dee and Carmelo Luggeri
8.50pm: Kiki Dee and Carmelo Luggeri
There will be a bar on the night selling real ale (Goose Eye Brewery) and a selection of craft bottled beers and lagers. Our cafe will also be open selling hot food and drinks.
If you need any more details please call Richard on 07920 122735.
We are delighted to announce that Paul Handyside has been confirmed as support for the Chastity Brown show on Saturday 29 September. Paul is a folk and roots singer songwriter. His song writing style has been compared to artists as varied as Chris Difford, Billy Bragg, Robyn Hitchcock, Green Gartside, Elvis Costello, Jeff Buckley and Martin Carthy.
He began his musical career with eighties indie darlings Hurrah! The jangle pop band had album releases on Kitchenware and Arista Records from 1982 to 1991 and toured extensively worldwide. During the nineties he toured and recorded with friend and Kitchenware labelmate Martin Stephenson.
Due to personal circumstances the White Ribbons are unable to play tonight. We are delighted to announce that, at short notice, Henry Parker has joined the bill. Henry is a stunning guitar player and skilled songwriter and was a big success on his last appearance at the venue. Also on the bill is Serious Sam Barrett – one of the most highly rated songwriters around. All in all a great evening of entertainment featuring the very best of local talent.
Due to unforeseen circumstances Pete Williams will now be bringing his critically acclaimed 2 man show to the mill this Saturday rather than the full band. The show, described by The Guardian as “warm, welcoming and contemplative”, is ideally suited to the intimacy of the venue and it will be a great evenings entertainment. Support comes from Bradford’s own The Last Minute. Ticket prices are now £12 on the door to with advance tickets at £10.
If you have already booked an advance ticket, don’t worry, we will refund the difference on the night.
We are delighted to announce that following high demand Kiki Dee and Carmelo Luggeri – An Acoustic Journey will be appearing at the mill on Sunday 11 November in addition to the Saturday show the previous day.
Tickets are now on sale and are available from our on line ticket partners Skiddle.
Regrettably we have had to cancel the appearance of Foxes Faux on Saturday 24 March 2018. This is to enable us to carry out essential maintenance and refurbishment to the stage and performance area. We are hoping to announce a revised date for the show in the near future.
We are delighted to announce that Kiki Dee will be playing her first Bradford show for a number of years when she appears at the Mill on Saturday 10 November 2018.
For almost two decades, Kiki has been working with her musical partner Carmelo Luggeri and have been touring their spellbinding acoustic live show across the UK and Europe. Performing in this stripped back fashion allows each of their exceptional talents to shine through and create a wonderful and warm sense of intimacy for the audience.
Tickets are on sale at an advance price of £21.00.
Saturday 10 March 2018 sees the Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue’s first foray into the world of theatre when we present Spotty Sock’s production of John Godber’s Teechers.
Spotty Socks is Codswallops’ (a charity that nurtures local talent and inspires the next generation of creative thinkers) very own Theatre Company which works hard to prepare budding actors for a professional life in the Theatrical industry. Spotty Socks produce full scale productions of relevant plays in a contemporary manner, engaging wider audiences to the world of theatre.
Teechers features three school leavers, Salty, Hobby and Gail Saunders and their account of their time in secondary school. The play, as is all of Godber’s work, is entertaining, moving and thought-provoking.