Holbeck-based music charity Cloth Cat has secured funding from the National Lottery to deliver three more years of music activities, in order to support young people across the city aged 11-18. The organisation has spent the last four years delivering Get Your Act Together, a series of after school music
Get Your Act Together: The National Lottery funds local music charity to support young people The National Lottery has given a grant to South Leeds based music and education charity Cloth Cat to provide life changing opportunities through music to young people from the city. Get Your Act Together will
Dress down at work on Friday 29 November 2019 and support Cloth Cat On Friday 29 November 2019 Cloth Cat is celebrating ‘Wear Your Old Band T-Shirt To Work Day’ – an idea that originated with BBC DJ Steve Lamaq in 2007. Cloth Cat is a Leeds music education and
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. Over on the Culture Vulture, Phil Kirby has been up on the roof of Temple Works in Holbeck to sample another bottle of Asda’s wine in his Come Wine With Me series.
Local music charity Cloth Cat is encouraging South Leeds residents to “find the music in you”. They have set up a new programme of practical music courses which start this month. The courses are designed to help people in inner city Leeds to develop new skills and find ways
Leeds Music Trust are presenting a great show at Holbeck Working Men’s Club on Saturday 7th December. Billed as a “Christmas party / winter showcase benefit gig” it features a great line up of up and coming local bands including Penny & The Sausages, The Scandal and Titan’s Troubadours performing