Here is a list of upcoming events at Seven Arts Leeds:
Festival Season @ Seven
Look out for the latest in Best of Americana on Saturday 21 November 8.30pm. Rita Hosking writes
and sings classic country-folk originals. Her songs sound like they’ve
been around for a while – and deserve to stay around for a lot longer
“She's been called the best kept secret in country-folk,” £10 adv / /£12 otd. Doors 8pm.
On Sunday 22 November
1.30-4pm, Sunday Jazz Unplugged showcases Maciek
Pysz, Yuri Goloubev and Asaf Sirkis. Pysz is a Polish composer and
guitarist making a big name for himself. He is joined by his ECM
recording trio of brilliant double bassist Yuri Goloubev and drummer Asaf
conc Kids under 16 free.
Rounding off UK Jewish Film Festival at Seven on Sunday 22 November 7.30pm is What’s In A Name?.
When the soon-to-be father Vincent announces to his siblings the name of
his future son, a passionate argument erupts. Can deep-seated sibling
rivalries, social anxieties and prejudices be triggered just by a name?
If it’s Adolph, yes. £7
/£6 conc. Meanwhile at
8pm in the bar, it's the Sunday Quiz. A
great way to end the weekend with friends and family. Free with raffle and
The Screen Seven offering on
Monday 23 November 8pm is the fabulous Northern Soul. Set
in Lancashire in 1974, the film follows Matt and John as they leave
behind a humdrum life of factory lines to chase a dream of travelling to
the US, unearthing unknown soul 45s and establishing themselves as top
DJ’s on the Northern soul music scene.
£6 / £5 conc.
on Tuesday 24 November
8pm, explores the subject Ready For Death - best to
prepare or keep out of mind? Introduced by Karen Fisher, Funeral
Director. Hosted by Chris Powell, Café Psych provides a warm atmosphere
to discuss topics of the day. Chat and think over a drink. £4 on the door.
What better way to cheer up after Tuesday's Café than at Kill For A Seat Comedy on
Wednesday 25 November,
8pm. This month with Phil Nichol and John Scott
Nichol fires straight out the blocks with the supercharged. John
Scott ‘Members of the audience were quite literally in tears of
laughter’.…plus special guests and your funny-making host, Silky. £11 /£9 conc. Doors 7.30pm