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Broadcast Bartender debates a South Leeds culture

The latest edition of Lloyd & Wilson’s Broadcast Bartender series, Constructing a Blind Pig*, was recorded at The Holbeck WMC in South Leeds on 29 September 2016. Five drinkers and a special guest bartender discussed the following provocations in front of a live audience:

  • Is there a visible common culture within South Leeds?
  • What is the picture of a post-Brexit society?
  • Where are we now and where will we end up?

You can listen to the debate here:

For more information about the event and previous Broadcast Bartender sessions please click here.

Constructing a Blind Pig is part of Hidden Civil War, an exhibition and series of events programmed by The NewBridge Project in Newcastle Upon Tyne.

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*The term Blind Pig is another term for unlicensed bars, much like a Speakeasy. The proprietor charges their customers an entry fee to view an attraction (such as an animal) and then serves a ‘complimentary’ alcoholic beverage, thus circumventing the law.

 

Guest Bartender:

  • Nicola Greenen –External relations director for East St. Arts

Drinkers:

  • Kenny Saunders – Chair of Hunslet Carr Residents Association
  • Ruth Granger – Support Worker
  • Simon Bradley – Artist and Oral Historian
  • Julie Tomlin – Freelance Journalist
  • Martin Dean – Council Area Leader for South East Leeds

 

 

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About the Author:

I've lived in Beeston in South Leeds since 1984 and I love the area. I am involved in various community activities including Beeston Festival. I have been involved with the South Leeds Life Group since it started in 2010.

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