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The Old Coal Yard, Newcastle Upon Tyne

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WAAAH! This is it!

THE OLD COAL YARD <> 12.10.19 <>  7pm <> £10/£8

Acclaimed, DIY singer-songwriter Beccy Owen is releasing 'CHAOTICA' her sixth solo* album...*kinda...because it's also the debut album of the brand new female-led creative collective 'Beccy Owen & The Refuge'.

We are honoured to have the following artists performing at the album launch show with us:

- Leyla Josephine -

Leyla Joseophine is an award-winning poet and theatre maker from Glasgow, Scotland. She has been featured on Huffington Post, Upworthy, Buzzfeed, The Guardian, BBC The Social, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio Scotland and STV. 

In 2014, she won The UK National Poetry Slam held at The Royal Albert Hall by Hammer and Tongue. In that same year, she won Rally & Broad’s Cultural Commonwealth Slam. In 2017 she won Loud Poets’ Grand Slam, she was a finalist for The Roundhouse Slam and she came second in The Scottish Poetry Slam 2018.

Her first book ‘Hopeless’ has just been published by Speculative Books. Buy it here (you won't regret it):

- Brad Field -

Brad Field is a drummer/pipe organist hybrid, wrestling with acoustic and electronic air streams to produce trancey krautrock beats, sampled vocals and minimal glitchy parps, whilst triggering the kitschiest of live visuals. His influences are Battles, Jaga Jazzist, Three Trapped Tigers and Phil Collins. 

Watch, listen and read WITHOUT DELAY:

Alongside this we will have exclusive CHAOTICA merch for you to buy on the night including:

** T-shirts **
** CD versions of the 'Chaotica' album complete with lyrics and bonus content **

Everyone who attends will also receive a FREE TREAT on entry.

Tickets: £10/£8 

Venue: The Old Coal Yard, 12 Elizabeth Street, NE6 1JS, Newcastle upon Tyne

NB: This venue is fully accessible.

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The Old Coal Yard

Elizabeth Street

Newcastle Upon Tyne



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