What’s on at Yellow Arch November 17′
 

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Wow! What a month that was. Big up to everyone who joined us for our 20th anniversary, you guys made it such an amazing night. We may now be out of our teens, but that doesn’t mean we’re slowing down. This month expect to see an array of back to back gigs, raves and even events of the kids.







Wednesday 1st 10:30am
Concerteenies (0-3 year olds)
£7


Concerteenies is an informal concert for adults and their young children, focusing on popular / jazz / contemporary and cross over music. With bubbles, percussion, puppets, singing and informal introductions, this is a fun and informal concert.








Friday 10th 7:30pm
High Hazels plus the Seamonsters and Jack Chapman
£7


If there’s ever been a time to catch High Hazels unleash their sumptuous melodic phrasing and majestic pop sentimentality upon the world, the time is now. “If you’re a fan of The Smiths and The Coral at their most melodic, then this may be right up your street” – The Guardian.


 









 Saturday 11th 11pm
Stagger v Aqualab w/ Doc Scott, FFF and more 
£8


Stagger are back in business, this time they are with their good old pals from Aqua Lab. The main room will be a host for Jungle and room two will be providing acid/ electronic / techno vibes. Expect to see mad visuals & decor.







Wednesday 15th 10pm
Refugee Rhythms x Yellow Arch presents: Movements 
£4 / £5


Student Action for Refugees is back with a new funky night of dance and world music in collaboration with our favourite venue Yellow Arch Studios to host some of the finest DJ’s Sheffield has to offer.
We present to you STAR’s new charity night, Movements!








Thursday 16th 7:30pm
Yellow Arch presents Son Of Dave / Half Deaf Clatch / Howlin’ Mat
£12


Son of Dave will be stopping off here at Yellow Arch on his UK Tour, launching his new album ‘Music For Cop Shows’. Music For Cop Shows is classic S.o.D, loaded with instrumental hooks, original blues flavoured songs, irresistible grooves and sly madness.












Saturday 18th 11pm
Smiley Selassie Presents Luke Vibert, Ben Pest and more!
£12


Smiley Selassie are returning to Yellow Arch this month for bangin’ tunes and live visuals. Expect to see for the likes of:
Luke Vibert
Ben Pest
CPSmith
Daddy Long Legs
Autograff












Thursday 23rd 7:30pm
Yellow Arch presents John Fairhurst with band
£8


An explosion of textures, influences and intoxicating
musicianship, the stand out stand-out guitarist have emerged from the British blues/folk/ acoustic scene. “John Fairhurst is possibly the finest guitarist you will ever see…brilliant songwriting and a gravel-swilled belter of a voice.” (BBC Manchester)












Friday 24th 8pm
Yellow Arch presents Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra.
£10


Newcastle’s finest swing-honkytonk-rockabilly band, Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra will be here at Yellow Arch for the Sheffield leg of their UK tour. The Tea Pad are five years into a remarkable story that began with four friends studying folk and traditional music at Newcastle University and now sees them playing clubs and dancehalls and festivals.


 









Saturday 25th 9pm
The Limit Club Reunion
Sold Out


The Limit Club reunion rears its head for the second time down here at Yellow Arch Studios. This famous tiny subterranean club was pivotal to Sheffield’s golden epoch of electronica (1979-1984) and hosted a multitude of live events during its thirteen year reign from 1978 to 1991 in Sheffield, featuring many live performances from local heroes Def Leppard, Caberet Voltaire, Human League and Pulp as well as guests such as OMD, Madness, Dexy’s Midnight Runners, Echo & the Bunnymen, B 52’s, The Cure, Ultravox and UB40.


Once again, under duress, the original DJ Paul Unwin will take to the decks on the 25th playing some of the classic tracks from this era, while wishing to be playing music from the current period.








30 November 8:30pm
Wanton 3: Unicorn Hunters, Psython, Steel Trees
£6


Wanton Returns Proudly with Unicorn Hunters, Psython, and Steel Trees.


Heavy. Awsome. Remarkable.


Details to follow soon.