An evening of live music, poetry, and dancing to celebrate the 200th birthday of Bradford-born Anne Brontë, one of the world’s greatest 19th century writers.
South Square Centre and The Brontë Parsonage Museum come together in this unique collaboration at Delius Centre. Come down to be entertained by an exciting lineup of musicians, poets and DJs, and try your hand at zine-making, badge-making and other DIY crafts.
This is a night to throw on your glad-rags, revel in performances, and enjoy amazing food and drink all for Anne Brontë’s birthday.
• SONIA SANDHU’s vegan pop-up food stand
• Anne Brontë punch
• Glitter Tattoos to show your love for Anne
• Zine Making workshop with ROSIE MCANDREW
• SHARENA LEE SATTI – Poetry from the heart of Bradford
• KIRSTY TAYLOR – Spoken Word
• ALICE HUBBLE – progressive synth sounds and visuals
• PLUS DJ’s Jenny Harris & Maria Spadafora aka BUFFET DISCO
Anne is often thought of as the ‘other Brontë’, less famous than her sisters Charlotte and Emily, but she was a talented novelist, poet, visual artist and musician. This event is inspired by her creativity and the conviction with which she held her beliefs.
Full line-up of to be announced soon – watch this space!
A Party for Anne Brontë’s 200th Birthday is a Pay What You Feel event, no booking required: there is no set ticket price, just pay what you would like to contribute during or after the event.