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Wednesday, March 7th, 2018
8:00 PM
Let's go baboon presents...


Two different musical acts with a shared musical outlook. To experiment, to follow the music and let it take you, to bring a rich depth to performance. And to be genuinely incredibly nice folk!

Charlie Parr - A welcome return to Leeds for the brilliant Charlie Parr ( following the release of his 14th album, "Dog" on Red House Records. The album is his finest work to date and his most heartfelt and open.

Parr has built a dedicated grassroots following for his virtuoso picking, foot stomping and raw, open blues/folk. He has performed across the world and has a revered following.

Charlie supported the Let's go baboon 2016 Campaign Against Living Miserably challenge to raise money and awareness for and has been open about his battles with depression and anxiety.

Charlie will be joined by special musical guests to be confirmed over the coming weeks.

Do not miss this opportunity to see Charlie at an intimate music venue.

Rattle - A stunning live act from Nottingham and new Let's go baboon favourite. Two people, two drum-kits, swirling vocals, rhythms playing off against each other. It works so well! In 2017 they performed as part of Damo Sazuki's acts here at Wharf Chambers, plus jointly headlined a show with Myles Manley.

We're always happy to have them back.

Wharf Chambers is a cooperative, members venue. It does brilliant things for Leeds and is open and inclusive in its approach. Membership costs £1 and you can get it 24 hours before the event All those with tickets will be able to get in to the gig but will need signing in from a member. Any queries contact!

Let's go baboon aims to support the arts and provide connections between music, art, community and wellbeing. In 2016 we did some awareness and fundraising for CALM (

For any new shows, we'll be drawing together more information on community activity, more zines/badges and stuff for donations, and more information on support for mental health causes. Enjoy music, support independent music venues and acts, look out for each other.