London based record label Heavenly is to celebrate its 25th anniversary with a week of events in Hebden Bridge in 2015.
The series of events will see artists signed to the label performing at the Trades Club in the West Yorkshire town between January 22-25 with Temples and The Wytches (pictured right) playing the opening night. The following days will bring performances from Toy, The Voyeurs, Jimi Goodwin, Kid Wave, Mark Lanegan, Cherry Ghost and Stealing Sheep among others.
As well as live music, the event will feature DJs and, in the 150-seater theatre that sits beside the Trades Club, the showing of two Heavenly Films, How We Used To Live and a rare screening of Lawrence Of Belgravia. The film event will also feature a Q&A with film-makers Paul Kelly and Bob Stanley.
Tickets are available from 9am November 4th 2014 via www.thetradesclub.com
The full line-up is as follows:
Heavenly Jukebox DJs
Pete Wiggs and Heavenly Jukebox DJs
Hooton Tennis Club
Sunday in the theatre Heavenly Films present
Lawrence Of Belgravia
How We Used To Live