Another great night of Bettakultcha at the Wardrobe in Leeds last night. In case you missed it here’s the night as it unfolded.
If you missed our debut at Rise in Manchester on March 10th, don’t worry the videos will be available soon. In the meantime here’s what happened via the medium of Twitter.
In this podcast which was recorded last year (it’s a long story which I won’t go into now) Matt Abbott describes his meteoric rise to fame as Skint and Demoralised and his equally sudden descent into the streets of Ossett to be er, skint and demoralised…
Don’t worry though, everything turns out all right as Matt is now a leading light in A Firm of Poets which is a touring troupe of spoken word artistes.
He also runs a vintage shop in Wakefield so his empire is starting to grow and he’s still only twenty six years old! I had a great time chatting to this terrific bloke so enjoy the conversation
As an inch of snow covered Leeds, the southern half of our audience clearly couldn’t take the cold. So for those afflicted, or nesh as we like to call them, we’ve gathered together the best of last night’s tweets, while the videos are being sorted out.
We asked Twitter, how would you describe Bettakultcha? Pat Hadley gave us the brilliant quote you see above. We’d love to know how you’d describe Bettakultcha. Leave your thoughts in the comments section or post it on Twitter with the hashtag #Bettakultcha.