Welcome to Armley’s new home of live music.
On the 11th December, we’ll turn Interplay into one big living room with all the usual opulence.
We have four class acts performing on our living room stage:
York-based singer-songwriter Luke Saxton has a vast catalogue of melodic, pop-infused gems that take you back to a time when Harry Nilsson hit the airwaves.
Channelling life experience into tall tales of big cats, random death, tent cities and post apocalyptic private eyes, Nick John Henry is a songwriter sitting at a busy intersection between outlaw pop, lowbrow folk, cowboy punk and big riffing stadium rock.
Four piece lo-fi scrappy shoegazers Bad Idea from Leeds play a rare acoustic show after the recent release of their new single ‘Crash’ through Come Play With Me.
Heju is a South Korean born singer songwriter based in Leeds. Influenced by artists such as Lianne La Havas, Corinne Bailey Rae and Eva Cassidy, her music is an introspective and dreamy reflection of the world around us.
And to raise the bar of cosiness even higher, our friends from Mama’s House UK will be serving Caribbean comfort food and drinks including mac and cheese, rum hot chocolate and their delicious cocktails.