The Baghdaddies’ exuberant brand of world music is an exhilarating cocktail of Balkan melodies, ska, latin grooves and sizzling brass played with furious energy and theatrical humour. Described as creating “anarchic fusion where Ivo Papasov meets The Clash meets The Beat”, join them for an evening of music unlike anything you may have heard before.
“If Jerry Dammers and Terry Hall had grown up listening to world music, The Specials might have sounded very like the Baghdaddies” – Uncut Magazine
An award-winning centre for the arts opened in 2009 which functions as a community centre, a mixed use arts facility and a base for Goole Town Council. Featuring a theatre space, the building is regularly used for live events, cinema screenings, workshops and other activities.