Grubby Mitts mystery gig!



Grubby Mitts mystery gig!


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To celebrate the last night of their UK-wide tour the Grubby Mitts are inviting you to join them at a secret location for an extraordinary summers evening of music, film projections, art and food!

The Grubby Mitts are asking you to get friendly to get to their mystery event. Bring a friend, share cars, hitch a ride and meet new people. You could even end up being driven by one of their parents! The Politics of Friendship tour is all about friendship, so it’s fitting that we want you to get up close to get there. The starting point for the evening is Bedford Creative Arts car park, where you will be given a map or be ferried to the secret location. If you have space in your car we want you to fill it.

They will be supported by Bedford based musicians Jack Sharp (Wolf People) and Davypoo, with special film screenings and a poster designed by local illustrator David Litchfield.

Expect an evening of glorious chaos lit by the setting sun.

4pm – 9pm, Sunday 3rd August.

Meet at Bedford Creative Arts car park at 4pm for directions or to be ferried to and from the gig possibly by one of the Grubby Mitt’s parents!

(Or train from London to Arelsey at 4.22pm.)

For more information click here …

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