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The Old Dance School ( + Sieben) @ The Heeley Institute – 11 Nov 2013 – 8pm onwards

November 1, 2013 by


Contemporary folk septet The Old Dance School will be filling the Heeley Institute with their lush cinematic soundscapes on Monday, November 11th.The band have released three studio albums and toured the world since forming in Birmingham back in 2006, and will be supported on the night by the the mighty Sieben, a project devised by […]

Sci-Fi Folk @ the Heeley Institute – Maia – Sat 12th October – 8pm

October 4, 2013 by


Alternative acoustic act Maia will be performing at the Heeley Institute on Saturday, October 12th as part of a winter tour also passing through Whitby, Cornwall and Camden. Tom Clegg, Joe Haig, Simon Robinson and Will Fletcher have been burning bright in the Pleiades open star cluster ever since harnessing vocals, guitars, pianos, trumpets, ukuleles […]

The Big Boulder Music and Arts Festival – Sunday 8th Sept – 12noon to 6pm

August 24, 2013 by


The second annual Big Boulder Music and Arts Festival will be taking place at Heeley Millennium Park on Sunday, September 8th from 12noon – 6pm. The festival has been organised by the Heeley Development Trust (HDT), in partnership with local promoters Four Rivers, to build on the success of several smaller local gigs at The Heeley Institute and […]

Sing Like A Bloke Workshop – for Blokes Of All Genders @ Heeley Institute 02/09/13

August 1, 2013 by


A singing workshop like no other! Open to all ages and abilities, a unique opportunity to experience the fun, silliness and harmonies of one of the best choirmasters EVER, Stephen Taberner, of Australian singing sensations, The Spooky Men. Ahead of their Penistone concert on the 3rd September, Stephen and a couple of Spooky Men will be delighting […]

Big Tent and The Gypsy Lantern @ The Heeley Institute, Saturday 29th June

June 21, 2013 by


Get yourself introduced to this young band from Birmingham who have just released their first album. There are lots of strong harmonies, driving guitars, some interesting arrangements courtesy of the layers of strings, percussion and trumpet and some very, very good songs. Vocal harmonies with hints of retro West Coast, a touch of XTC, and […]