Future Creatives: FREE Open Session 20 October 2021

Published on 8th October 2021

Future Creatives is a new programme run by Brewery Arts and shaped by you – the next generation of creators and innovators

Published 8 October 2021

Join us for our first session to hear from music industry experts and to find out how you can get involved in shaping an even more thriving music and club scene in Kendal. Whether you’re a budding DJ, singer, writer, creative producer, performer or music lover, expect a sociable evening of talks, discussion and drinks.

Date and Time: 6.30pm-8.30pm, Wednesday 20 October 2021

Venue: Brewery Arts Malt Room

Entry: FREE but registration is essential as places are limited


Age: 18+

Guest Speakers

This Open Session is a free drop-in social event for anyone interested in music, club nights, and the music industry. We particularly encourage people aged 18-30 to attend, as we want to ensure young people have opportunities to learn about creative industries. At the event you’ll be able to hear from musicians and producers working locally and globally, ask questions and share your ideas for music workshops, gigs and club nights. Talks will be hosted by Miriam Randall, Brewery Arts CEO & Artistic Director. Entry is FREE but places are limited, so booking is essential.

Pete Turner is the bass player in Elbow, the globally successful band formed in Manchester 1997. He is the first Ambassador for Brewery Arts, joining us at an exciting time as we grow our Future Creatives programme and create more opportunities for talent development in music and helping young people connect with the music industry.


Jack McNeill is a clarinettist, composer and maker from Cumbria, interested in exploring the points where different traditions, disciplines and sound worlds meet. He directs Propellor, a twelve-piece cross-genre ensemble, and writes music using live electronics, field recording and (lots of) clarinets! Jack is the current Artist in Residence at Brewery Arts.


Tiiva is an artist and producer who writes raw pop songs that explore mental health, falling in love and the peaks and troughs of hedonism. Drawing on influences including Charli XCX and James Blake, they have been releasing singles and remixes, as well as producing for others and composing for video and short film. They create soundscapes with field recordings, chopped vocals and woozy synths and will be releasing an EP soon.

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