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The Brudenell Social Club in Headingley was formed as a ‘gentleman’s social and recreational club’ in 1913. It is still a members’ club and has built a reputations as one of Yorkshire’s most respected venues, winning NME Best Small Venue in Yorkshire/North East in 2011.
Nathan Clark, general manager and promoter at the venue, talks here about its history, its unique status and the DIY ethic at its heart.
He also touches on the Leeds music scene more generally and the wider relationship between promoters, venues, acts, government and the academy.
For more information about the Brudenell Social Club, and upcoming events there, you can visit their website at: