Teesside University will be joining forces with North East based charity, ARCH North East, to present what’s been described as ‘An eclectic feast of music’.
‘Out of the Shadows’ will take place in The Hub of Teesside University’s renowned Student Union on Friday 24th November and promises to supply revellers with their required dose of live music.
ARCH North East is a registered charity based within Teesside, offering free and confidential support to those who have been affected by rape or sexual violence. The charity has helped thousands of people already, right across the region, and needs your support to continue helping others. Their contribution has widely been recognised, and in September a member of the team won a National award for their support of survivors through the criminal justice system.
The event has rallied support from some of the most standout artists to grace the North East music scene. The bands taking to the stage are Hartlepool’s The Jar Family, Billingham’s Mouses, Stockton’s Head of Light Entertainment, and Newcastle’s Talk Like Tigers. These four North East acts boast a wide variety of genres between them, from lo-fi to industrial folk, and amongst them they’ve gained widespread support from various UK-based radio stations including BBC Tees and BBC Radio 6.
If you feel like ingesting this‘eclectic feast of music’, as well as helping out an amazing cause, then be sure to get yourself down to the event – it’ll be an evening to remember. (Doors open at 7pm)
Tickets, priced at £10.00 in advance or £12.00 on the door, are available from eventbrite.co.uk. All tickets purchased will include entry into the University’s Hub Night Club, so the music doesn’t have to stop when the gig does.