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About

The Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue is a live music and community space in the heart of Queensbury. We are situated in Shed Mill - part of the Black Dyke Mills complex.

The venue is run and managed entirely by volunteers - any profit we make is reinvested in the venue. We have a pop-up bar and our cafe serves hot drinks and home-made food at every performance. Seating for all concerts is cabaret style. The mill can get a bit chilly so it is wise to dress up warm - this is Queensbury after all!

Over the last few years we have showcased some of the finest grass-roots music around. Amongst the many artists who have appeared at the mill are Kiki DeeMy Darling ClementineO'Hooley and TidowSam Baker and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams. We also feature some of the best in local music and have welcomed to the mill Bella GaffneyLaurel Canyon UnionRoger DaviesPlumhall and many more.

We aim to create a friendly, relaxed atmosphere and provide a warm welcome to all. If you have not visited before please come along - it would be great to see you.

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Events

Saturday, 25th February 2023 - Saturday, 25th February 2023

My Darling ClementineMy Darling ClementineBlack Dyke Mills welcomes My Darling Clementine.
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Saturday, 4th March 2023 - Saturday, 4th March 2023

Ten FieldsTen FieldsTen Fields play melodic, heartfelt music with a sound inspired by classic songwriters and bands, and are coming to Black Dyke Mills.
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Saturday, 11th March 2023 - Saturday, 11th March 2023

Steve Tilston With Hugh BradleySteve Tilston With Hugh BradleySteve will be accompanied by Hugh Bradley on double bass at Black Dyke Mills.
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Saturday, 25th March 2023 - Saturday, 25th March 2023

Black Dyke Mills TableJenny ColquittA voice that uniquely combines the melodic undertones of artists such as Eva Cassidy and the rawness of Alanis Morissette.
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Saturday, 1st April 2023 - Saturday, 1st April 2023

Laurel Canyon UnionLaurel Canyon UnionThe return of one of our favourite bands to Black Dyke Mills.
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Saturday, 8th April 2023 - Saturday, 8th April 2023

Steel RhymeSteel RhymeSteel Rhyme is an innovative folk duo heading to Black Dyke Mills.
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Saturday, 29th April 2023 - Saturday, 29th April 2023

Black Dyke Mills TablePlumhallWe are really pleased to welcome Plumhall back to the mill for a show on Saturday 01 October. Michelle Plum (Ex Chumbawamba) and Nick B Hall (Ex Magna Carta) are Plumhall, an electrifying duo from Yorkshire whose award winning original songs are earning them well deserved plaudits internationally.…
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Sunday, 7th May 2023 - Sunday, 7th May 2023

John Otway And Wild Willy BarrettJohn Otway And Wild Willy BarrettJohn's lyrical genius and Willy's outstanding musicianship are headed to Black Dyke Mills.
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Saturday, 3rd June 2023 - Saturday, 3rd June 2023

The ChurcfittersThe ChurcfittersThree virtuoso musicians from England and France take to the stage at Black Dyke Mills.
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Saturday, 1st July 2023 - Saturday, 1st July 2023

The Haley SistersThe Haley SistersA magical blend of vocal harmonies and top notch musicianship are coming to Black Dyke Mills.
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Map & Directions

Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue

Type:Indoor

Black Dyke Mills, Brighouse Road, Queensbury, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD13 1QA
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Tel07920 122735

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