ASSIST Sheffield

Challenging asylum destitution

Yorkshire Teabags to perform on Saturday 17 October in aid of ASSIST

When? Saturday 17th October 7:30pm
Where? Broomhall Centre, Broomspring Lane, S10 2FD.
How much? Tickets cost £5 in advance or £7 on the door.
Email: efa [at] for tickets.

The Yorkshire Teabags are a five piece Skiffle Band playing a wide range of music from the 50s, the skiffle music of Lonnie Donegan, and the rock and roll of the Beatles and Elvis, Robert Plant and Alison Kraus. Their instruments include a pair of milk bottles, a Cuban frog, kazoo, swannee whistle and bass — together with two guitars, washboard and best of all a musical saw, accordion, and Musical Leg.

The band has featured regularly in the local press and appeared live several times on local radio. Larger venues they have played include South Yorkshire Festival, Tudor Square, The Crucible, both Sheffield Universities, local Beer Festivals and other local festivals. They were one of the bands appearing at Sheffield City Hall at the Concert to raise money for the Women of Steel Concert. You can hear the band by visiting their website:

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