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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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Saturday, 8th October 2022 - Saturday, 8th October 2022

Black Dyke Mills TableKatie SpencerAcclaimed singer, songwriter and guitarist returns to the mill Katie Spencer is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from Yorkshire who writes songs imbued with the Northern landscapes of her home. Originally from Hull, East Yorkshire, the grainy imagery of the industrial docks and sea-fronts seep…
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Saturday, 15th October 2022 - Saturday, 15th October 2022

Black Dyke Mills TableWhite SailWeaving unique magic on the contemporary and traditional White Sail are Jane Stockdale, Chris Bartram and Sarah Dean.
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Saturday, 5th November 2022 - Saturday, 5th November 2022

Black Dyke Mills TableKeith JamesWe are delighted to welcome Keith James back to the mill.
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Saturday, 12th November 2022 - Saturday, 12th November 2022

Black Dyke Mills TableAge Against The Machine5 piece local rock, punk and indie covers band Age Against The Machine are a 5 piece local rock, punk and indie covers band who play music with a sense of fun! 3 of the 5 members are from Queensbury and the father of one played with the Black Dyke Mills Band for 27 years!
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Saturday, 19th November 2022 - Saturday, 19th November 2022

Black Dyke Mills TableRoger DaviesSinger, song writer and acclaimed painter, Roger Davies, back at the mill with his full band.
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Sunday, 27th November 2022 - Sunday, 27th November 2022

Black Dyke Mills TableWaiting For WednesdaySongs in the folk tradition played them with a rock passion and country twang. Waiting For Wednesday are a four piece band featuring the "goosebump inducing harmonies and soaring vocals" of Anna and Laura. Influenced by the likes of Joni, Janis and Emmylou, they write stories in the folk tradition…
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Saturday, 11th March 2023 - Saturday, 11th March 2023

Black Dyke Mills TableSteve Tilson and Hugh BradleyThe words, arrangements and subtle, quite superb guitar playing could be no one else. Steve Tilston is one of our most celebrated songsmiths, widely recognised within the world of folk and contemporary music; the words, arrangements and subtle, quite superb guitar playing could be no one else.
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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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Map & Directions

Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue


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