Leeds art collective Black Dogs will be celebrating its tenth anniversary at The New Bradford Playhouse on Saturday, May 24.
The party is an opportunity to bring together the numerous artists, musicians, performers and creative people that have been involved in the collective over the last decade.
Taking place as part of the city-wide free music and art festival Bradford Threadfest, there will be live music from Japan’s Nisennenmondai, Nottingham’s Rattle, Snack Family from London and Polymitas – a live film and improvised music collaboration from Berlin and Bradford.
Further entertainment includes films, performances, games, music and installations; all devised in response to the question ‘What’s Your Favourite Idea?’
Black Dogs member Yvonne Carmichael said: “We wanted a fun, positive and open question as a way of getting people involved, and also something that will reflect the shared, diverse and sometimes conflicting vision of those that have contributed to Black Dogs over the years.
“We also want to hear from people who are new to Black Dogs, for them to tell us what their favourite idea is.”
The Black Dogs ‘What’s Your Favourite Idea?’ party takes at The New Bradford Playhouse, 4 Chapel Street, Little Germany, Bradford on Saturday May 24th from 8pm.
If you want to offer Black Dogs a response to the question ‘What’s Your Favourite Idea?’ please send it in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.