It’s almost Halloween – Who wants to get sweaty with a bunch of goblins?
To celebrate Raygun Roads getting shortlisted for a British Comic Award, Vince Paradise & The Kittelback Pirates are playing a show in Leeds as part of an epic pre-Thought Bubble party of live music and art.
Here’s the event description from our chums at Assemble House & East Street Events:
Supported by Assembly House Studios and East Street Arts, we invite you to join us for an evening of music, performance and art to warm everyone up for the madness of the Thought Bubble Sequential Art Festival weekend.
The event is free and open to all who wish to attend. Alcohol will be available, but you are more than welcome to bring your own.
Feel free to step back and enjoy the show, or even jump on the stage and show us what you’ve got. For those who wish to perform we can provide access to a guitar amp and PA system.
We’ll also have a live art wall set up, where comic book creators and members of the public can get loose and sketch up whatever they wish side by side.
Raygun Roads & The Kittelbach Pirates – Vince Paradise’s wild live act from the British Comic Awards Nominated Raygun Roads
Jack Fallows of Skull Puppies – acoustic punk rock magic
Lissie’s Heart Murmur – Local Leeds legend
And more to be announced…
Plus a whole host of artists exhibiting at the Thought Bubble Festival drawing over the night, including:
Owen Michael Johnson
+ More TBA
PLUS local Leeds artists Jaypee, Tommings, Bobbi Abbey and more!
There will also be opportunities throughout the night for those who wish to perform to do so, so bring your instruments, bring your voices, bring your dancing shoes and bring your pens….and we’ll have a crazy art fuelled night.
Doesn’t that sound like utter chaos? Great, isn’t it!
Entry is free and everyone is welcome (unless you’re a dick)!
A limited run of 20 Gatecrass Stage event gig posters (created by the mighty Mark Penman) will be available for purchase at the show.
Join us for a night of mayhem in Leeds.
We can’t wait to suck on your supernova