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WaterBear students to perform at Glastonbury 2024

February 12, 2024 by [email protected]
WaterBear students have been offered the opportunity to perform at the world-famous Glastonbury Festival. Offering both a live performance opportunity as well as behind-the-scenes experiences, this opportunity represents an incredible chance for any WaterBear student with aspirations of getting involved within the industry.  Taking place on Croissant Neuf’s band-stand stage, which has seen the likes […]
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WaterBear Venue shines a light on the Brighton music scene 

February 6, 2024 by [email protected]
To celebrate Independent Venue Week we thought we’d shine a light on our very own live music venue on Brighton seafront, the WaterBear Venue. The venue is fast becoming an established mainstay of the Brighton music scene and much-loved space for students, performers and visitors alike.   It first opened its doors in 2021 when the […]
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WaterBear Sheffield hosts The Hoosiers for a songwriting masterclass

February 1, 2024 by [email protected]
WaterBear’s Sheffield campus will play host to famous indie band The Hoosiers on 5th February for a songwriting masterclass. The Hoosiers @thehoosiersuk, made up of Irwin Sparkes and Al Sharland, will be deconstructing their hugely famous single ‘Goodbye Mr. A’ for our students, taking them through what went into writing the single, which went platinum […]
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Tramlines 'Apply-To-Play' Student Opportunity

January 22, 2024 by [email protected]
Students at WaterBear – The College of Music are being given the chance to play at the next Tramlines festival this summer, thanks to the ‘Apply-to-Play’ scheme.  The ‘Apply-To-Play' scheme has been a feature at Tramlines for a number of years. The scheme gives the opportunity for any up-and-coming artists to have the chance to […]
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A Night of Bass at WaterBear with Paul Turner of Jamiroquai  

January 10, 2024 by Waterbear
On the 7th February, at WaterBear’s Brighton Venue, WaterBear is hosting ‘A Night of Bass’, an evening of performance, discussion, and insight based around bass-playing. The night will feature special guest Paul Turner, bass player for jazz-funk band Jamiroquai, as well as WaterBear’s own Head of Bass Aidan Hampson. There will also be an opportunity […]
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A Night of Amy Winehouse at WaterBear, Brighton  

January 10, 2024 by Waterbear
On the 31st January, at WaterBear’s very own Brighton venue, WaterBear is hosting ‘A Night of Amy Winehouse’. This night, a celebration of the beloved London-based jazz singer, will feature Amy’s original backing band, who toured globally with her, performing her greatest hits. In the same vein as all WaterBear events, there will also be […]
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WaterBear Students Perform at Sheffield's Christmas Festive Weekend 

December 14, 2023 by Waterbear
Sheffield BA (Hons) students gain valuable performance experience playing to crowds in Sheffield city centre.
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- ‘Water bear’ is the common name for a Tardigrade.
- Tardigrades are micro creatures, found everywhere on earth.
- They are the most resilient creatures known.
- They can survive and adapt to their surroundings, even in outer space.
- Their resilience and ability to adapt and survive inspires us in everything we do. We love them.

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WaterBear Education Ltd, Hanover House,
118 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3XG, UK  Map

Email: [email protected]
Tel: +44 (0) 1273 726230

WaterBear Sheffield, Unit 4, Gatecrasher,
49 Eyre Lane, Sheffield S1 4RB, UK

Email: [email protected]
Tel: +44 (0) 1143 992720

Why We're WaterBear...

- ‘Water bear’ is the common name for a Tardigrade.
- Tardigrades are micro creatures, found everywhere on earth.
- They are the most resilient creatures known.
- They can survive and adapt to their surroundings, even in outer space.
- Their resilience and ability to adapt and survive inspires us in everything we do. We love them.

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