Here is the latest seven artspace Leeds newsletter with details of upcoming event:
Moon @ Seven
Tonight's show, A Mancunian Rhapsody is
SOLD OUT but we've much else to enjoy at Seven over the coming week.
On Saturday 20 June,
7.30pm, Urban Sprawl Theatre Company presents Spartacus.
This original script draws on the themes of overcoming class and
diversity, with backdrop vistas of the Roman Arena where slaves were
forced to fight to the death. Urban Sprawl combines people who come from
vulnerable and highly disadvantaged backgrounds demonstrating their
significant talents and professionalism. £7 / £5 conc.
Seven Jazz on Sunday
21 June, 1.30 – 4pm is the Joel Purnell Quartet.
Originally formed in 2003, Joel Purnell Quartet showcases an
“exhilarating” collaboration of like-minded and highly experienced jazz
musicians inspired by the American jazz masters of past and present.
Purnell‟s latest album “Red Shift‟ won international critical acclaim. £7 /£5 conc Kids under 16
On Monday 22 June, 8pm,
the Screen Seven offering is French movie, A Secret.
Informed that his elderly father has mysteriously disappeared, anxious
Parisian, François, recalls his tragic family history. François
instinctively knew that he was a disappointment. Befriended by kindly
masseuse, Louise and feeling sympathetic toward the young boy, Louise
eventually reveals to François that he once had a half brother. £6 /£4.50 conc.
On Tuesday 23 June
8pm, Café Scientifique explores
The Evolution of Mimicry introduced by Dr Christopher Hassall, fellow of
the Leeds University School of Biology. How does an insect evolve to
resemble a bit of twig? How do harmless flies come to look like
fierce wasps? The power of evolution has given the world plants that
look like animals; animals that disappear when they alight on a tree; and
other animals that vanish in direct sunlight. Hat Donations.
Kill For A Seat Comedy returns
on Wednesday 24 June
8pm. This month, Seymour Mace “Always fun to watch,
wilfully odd, yet compelling” Scotsman and Peter Brush, BBC New Comedy
Award Finalist. “Quirky one liners… worthy of the likes of Stewart
Francis” Chortle…plus special guests and your funny-making host,
Silky. £11 /£9
conc. Doors 7.30pm.
On Thursday 25 June
8pm, Seven Jazz presents Moonlight Saving Time with
Bristol based singer Emily Wright. Moonlight Saving Time plays a very
engaging set of popular standards and arranged in an interesting way.
Emily is a jazz vocalist with a unique, honest tone, a spirited
bandleader and innovative composer with a refreshingly original approach
to the jazz idiom. £10
/£8 conc. Doors 7.45pm.