Friday, 5 December 2014

Upcoming events seven arts, leeds

Here are details of upcoming events at 7Arts Leeds:



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Mull Things Over @ Seven

Relax and enjoy a glass of mulled wine every day between now and Christmas and slip into mellow mood for the festive season, £3.50 /glass. There is much to entertain also.

On Friday 5 December, 8pm, we're delighted to welcome back to Seven, Spud Theatre and Dracula. This is a thrilling version of Bram Stoker’s Dracula adapted for the stage by John Godber and Jane Thornton. If you enjoy experiencing a thrill of fear and feeling the hairs stand up on the back of your neck, this is an evening for you! £10 / £8 conc.

In a complete change of tone on Saturday 6 December, 7.30pm, Leeds Haydn Players presents C.P.E. Bach symphony Wq183/1. Mozart symphony no.29 (kv 201) in A major, Handel Jephtha overture and Haydn symphony no. 87 in A. The conductor is Chris Pelly. Includes some of Haydn's richest and most dramatic works. £10.

On Sunday 7 December, 8pm, don't forget the Sunday Quiz, always challenging but fun. A great way to end the weekend with friends and family. Free with raffle and prizes.

On Monday 8 December, 8pm, the Screen Seven movie is The Past (Le Passé). An Iranian man deserts his French wife and her two children to return to his homeland. Meanwhile, his wife starts up a new relationship, a reality her husband confronts upon his wife's request for a divorce. Director, Asghar Farhadi, returns to the theme of broken marriage, although this time in the altogether more laissez-faire world of a Parisian suburb. £6 / £4.50 conc.

Seven Unplugged returns on Wednesday 10 December, 8pm, with its End Of Year Showcase. Extended sets from favourite acts from the past year, including Irrepressible Bluegrass-Ska-Folk Band, Speed Dinosaurs; little Punk-Folk, Pixie; and Graham Browning Trio with evocative and absorbing originals. Plus Silky, fine guitarist and a little bit of a comedian too. £5 on the door. 7.45pm doors.

On Friday 12 and Saturday 13 December, 7.30pmNorthern Spark and Bite My Thumb presents Blood Brothers. Commonly regarded as one of the all time great British plays, Blood Brothers by Willy Russell has touched the hearts and minds of a generation of theatregoers. It deals with some of the most pressing social issues of its time which still resonate strongly with audiences today. £10 /£8 conc.

Many tickets are now available from TicketSource via  Where not sold out, tickets are always available on the door.

Every £ spent at Seven helps support high quality arts in a local setting. We look forward to seeing you at Seven very soon.

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