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Paradiddles is focused on inclusion, sharing music and contributing to Worcester’s ever growing creative community. We love music and we want to celebrate it. Nothing sounds better to us than getting some coffee and cake in the day with our favourite tunes in the background or sharing pizza and beer in the evening with a live band.
We have a fully soundproofed rehearsal room on site which can be booked out for solo artists, bands or lessons. Users will have a 10% discount to use in the café. Check out our rehearsal room section for more information. Paradiddles also has a stage in the café bar for performances…. a nice easy step up from the rehearsal room.
Disorder formed in 1980 in Bristol. The original line-up was Steve Curtis (vocals), Steve Allen (guitar), Nick Peters (bass guitar), and Virus (drums), although Steve Robertson soon replaced
Disorder formed in 1980 in Bristol. The original line-up was Steve Curtis (vocals), Steve Allen (guitar), Nick Peters (bass guitar), and Virus (drums), although Steve Robertson soon replaced Peters, and this line-up recorded the first two EP’s by the band. The band sent a demo tape to local punk label Riot City Records, but the label opted not to sign them, and instead they formed their own Disorder Records label along with Heartbeat Records and Riot City boss Simon Edwards. A series of events led to line-up changes: Robertson split up with girlfriend Beki Bondage (of Vice Squad) and began glue-sniffing. Virus got into trouble with the police over the ownership of his new drumkit, and Dean also left, later to be employed as a toilet cleaner in Taunton. He was replaced by Taf (Phil Lovering, formerly of The X-Certs), who took over bass guitar duties. Taf would be the only constant member of the band in the years that followed, which saw an ever-changing line-up. Disorder were part of the “protest punk” movement, and were one of the bands that spearheaded the Bristol punk scene in the early 1980s. The BBC DJ John Peel described their early singles as sounding like Triumph Bonneville motorbikes.
In recent years the band have toured extensively in Poland, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Slovenia, Italy, Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Greece, and of course the UK.’ – Wikipedia.
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We absolutely love a good quiz at Paradiddles. Our quizzes have been so much fun and they get super busy so get here early to get a seat! 6 different rounds all
We absolutely love a good quiz at Paradiddles.
Our quizzes have been so much fun and they get super busy so get here early to get a seat!
6 different rounds all music themed.
Free pizza from our very own pizza oven. Vegan, veggie and Meat options. Stone baked with Paradiddles delicious sauce and dough .
£1 per person max team size 6
Some other little prizes here and there too.
(Friday) 7:45 pm