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Join newly reformed and much loved Sheffield band Little Man Tate for a live stream pub quiz on Saturday 23 May from 8pm.

Ahead of their first live shows in over a decade, the band will be hosting a pub quiz on The Leadmill’s Facebook page all in aid of the campaign to raise vital funds for both the Sheffield’s iconic venue and the Music Venue Trust Crisis Fund.

The MVT Crisis fund has been set up to help and ensure that all of the UK’s grassroots venues that closed in March are able to re-open when it is safe to do so. The Leadmill recently raised over £15,000 with the help and support of a Billy Bragg Live Stream concert on the 16th May – which you can still enjoy online.

Tune in to the live stream on 23 May from 8pm

Donate to the Leadmill's crowdfunder

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