A team of young music fans are preparing to stage their own sold-out gig after going on the road to discover how live shows come together. The group from Dawdon Youth and Community Centre are set to host their own night of live entertainment featuring Barry Hyde, the Futureheads member who also performs solo, as part of a packed bill of acts.
It is one of a series of events in the 'No More Nowt Happens' project, which brings together young people to help them plan and stage their own event with professional performers and artists in no-traditional venues - and prove the point that plenty happens in East Durham.
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Young people are bringing indie music star Barry Hyde of the Furtureheads to their local community Centre.
Tickets are already sold out for the gig at Dawdon Community Centre, Seaham, on Friday.
The gig is part of a series of events that make up East Durham Trust's 'No More Nowt Happens' project which is funded by County Durham Community Foundation supported by East Durham Creates - a project funded by Arts Council England.
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