Starting a new season of Sunday Jazz on Sunday 13 September,1.30-4pm, the Elliot Galvin Trio effortlessly
juggles a number of musical worlds as the realms of classical, jazz,
popular and art music all make an appearance. This is held together with
a free-spirited, improv sensibility which at times pushes the sonic
capabilities and traditions of their instruments to another level. £7/£5 conc, Kids under 16 free.
On Monday 14
September, 8pm, the Screen Seven movie is the delightful and
moving, Love Is Strange. After
nearly four decades together, Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred
Molina) finally tie the knot in an idyllic wedding ceremony in lower
Manhattan. But when George loses his job soon after, the couple must sell
their apartment and temporarily live apart until they can find an
affordable new home and show commitment in the face of adversity. £6 / £5 conc.
on Tuesday 15
September, 8pm, explores The Ozone Layer. The hole in
the ozone layer was discovered over the Antarctic in 1985 and is perhaps
the most dramatic example of humanity damaging its own environment.
Professor Carslaw will give a brief history of the ozone layer, and then
talk about the related discovery of ‘almost perfect’ industrial
On Wednesday 16
September, 8pm, is a unique opportunity to watch Manakamana.
High above a jungle in Nepal, pilgrims make an ancient journey by cable
car to worship at Manakamana Temple. A camera in the cable car, observes
a series of very different passengers in real. This is a special charity
film screening with all proceeds going directly to the villagers who feature
in this film to help them rebuild their lives after the recent
destruction of parts of Nepal following two huge earthquakes. A Pay As You Feel event.
Part of Scalarama film festival.
On Thursday 17 September, 7.30pm, is Page to Stage – An Evening
of New Writing. Five sharp, thought provoking pieces
by writers from across the Yorkshire region performed script in
hand, giving writers the opportunity to see their work start to come to
life. The performances are followed by a discussion between audience,
writers, actor and directors enabling the writer to go away and develop
their work further. £5.
Rounding off the week on Friday
18 September, 7.30pm, Poppyseed Productions
presents Mrs Klein. Nicholas Wright’s engaging drama
centres on the real-life figure of Melanie Klein, one of the pioneers of
child psychology in this country. The action of the play takes place in
Klein’s home in London in 1934 over the course of one evening and the
following day, shortly after Klein’s son has been reported killed in a
climbing accident. £8/£6