Feast of football, Senegalese drumming and a host of DJs

THERE will be football, live music and lots of dancing at the Trades Club this week.

England got their Euro 2012 campaign underway with a 1-1 draw against France on Monday.

Next up for Roy Hodgson’s men is Sweden, currently bottom of the group after losing their first match against hosts Ukraine.

Watch the game live on the big screen, kicking off at 7.45pm.

DJs will be spinning tunes after full time.

On Saturday night, international beat phenomenon the TGU Club hits the decks and the stage at the Trades Club for the first time ever.

Having wowed dancefloors in Bradford, the line-up of turntable artists of various genres joins live guests and Trades Club favourites, the Kajamor family, delivering infectious Senegalese drum rhythms.

DJs include Tareck Ghoneim, Karol Wyszinski, Kath Canoville and Mick Dundee.

A club spokesperson said: “Don’t miss this incredible world clubbing experience.” Tickets are priced £6/£4. Doors open at 8pm.

Still Going returns on Sunday from 6pm with Flash Atkins, Havana Candy and CP. Free admission.

Can England make it through to the Euro quarter-finals? Find out on Tuesday night as we face Ukraine live on the big screen at 7.45pm.

For more information, call 01422 845265 or visit www.thetradesclub.com.