Cloth Cat are a not-for-profit social enterprise which provides opportunities for disadvantaged people to get involved in music. Every Thursday, they install themselves at The Chemic Tavern in Woodhouse and provide one of the most eclectic open mic nights available. Leeds Unsigned went to speak to the projects directors and experience it first hand. It didn’t disappoint, between magicians, story tellers, singers and bands, Cloth Cat have covered every base with startling quality.
Mike Jolly, Director, said: “It’s about using music and the performing arts as a vehicle for change.”