The first show in Dubrek‘s new live music space is set to take place this week.
Buttonpusher Promotions are bringing Brighton-based post-hardcore trio And So It Goes to headline the first gig in Derby’s newest venue – which operates alongside the studio and rehearsal space – with support from local math rock outfit a-tota-so.
The gig is happening this coming Sunday, 22 January 2017, and is a free entry show, although space is limited. The bar at Dubrek will also be open throughout the show. More details on Facebook here.
Dubrek moved to new premises in Becket Street in 2016, refitting a derelict building to become a custom-designed studio, rehearsal, and live music venue with a cafe bar and creative co-working space. Run by Jay Dean (Goddesses) much of the renovation progress was undone and the opening delayed when the building flooded last summer due to unsecured roofing during work by builders.
The Biscuit Mouth album launch party has also been announced as taking place at Dubrek on Friday 3 February 2017. This is also a free entry show with the bar open throughout. More details on Facebook here.
A fundraiser will also make use of the new space will be held on Sunday 5 February. Culture Jam will bring together Calidoscopio Carnival Drummers, 3D Derby Djembe Drummers, DJ Mark Cunliffe and more TBC to raise funds for victims of Aleppo. The event is in aid of the registered charity Syria Relief who are currently running an appeal for victims of Aleppo. Tickets are on sale from today at £5 per person, five-year-old and under free. More details on the Facebook page here.