Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Coming up at Seven Artspace Leeds

Details of upcoming events at Seven Artspace Leeds for my followers who live in or near to Leeds:

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Spring Comes Early @ Seven

With sun streaming through the windows and daffodils on the tables today at Seven, spring feels just around the corner. Why not come along after work today, Wednesday 20 January to Rush Hour Jazz 5.30-6.30pm, the first of a monthly session in the bar to relax after work with a drink and some delicious music. Donations.

Continuing the jazz theme tomorrow, Thursday 21 January, 8pm Seven Jazz presents the Pete King Quartet. Peter King has been a major influence on British Jazz since, at age 18, he played at the opening night of Ronnie Scott’s club. He is arguably the most admired and respected jazz musician in Great Britain “A master of his instrument” – Elvin Jones.  £16/£14 conc. Doors  7.45pm.

Unfortunately Joy Atlas on Friday 22 January is SOLD OUT, but there are tickets still available for Saturday  23 January 8pm, The Rob Dylan Band – Rolling Thunder Review The Band was formed by a group of musicians who share a passion for the music and song-writing skills of Bob Dylan. Recreating the ‘Rolling Thunder” style the performance brings together the lyrical nature of the songs within a powerful musical arrangement. £8.

The Sunday Jazz concert on Sunday 24 January,1.30 – 4pm is Nadim Teimoori Quintet.  Doncaster born tenor saxophonist, composer and graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, Nadim Teimoori is making a national name for himself , appearing with Julian Joseph, Jamie Cullum, James Taylor, and many others. £10/£8 conc  Kids under 16 free.

Next week's Screen Seven movie on Monday 25 January, 8pm, is Still Life, a poignant tale of life, love and the afterlife. Meticulous and organized to the point of obsession, John May (Eddie Marsan) is a council worker charged with finding the next of kin of those who have died alone and in the process  embarks on a voyage of self-discovery.
£6 / £5 conc.

On Tuesday 26 January, 7.30pm, there will be film Screening of The Book Thief. This is part of Leeds City Council Arts Development team commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day. Te theme for this year is Don’t Stand By. Free event.

On a more frivolous note Kill For A Seat Comedy returns on Wednesday 27 January, 8pm.This month, Pippa Evans…."Wonderfully’ll be grinning for the rest of the day" - The Guardian & Steve Royle…“a brilliant comedian” Peter special guests and your studly host, Silky. £11/£9 conc, Doors 7.45pm. 

On Friday 29 January, 8pm, Smoke Tree Theatre presents The Cleverest Thief  Poignant and humorous, this fictional account Alzheimers Disease realistically portrays the challenge to Florence and her family as she gradually sees her memories jumbled and stolen by The Cleverest Thief. £8 adv / £10 otd. 

On Sunday 31 January 1.30-4pm look forward to Matt Anderson Wildflower Sextet featuring Laura Jurd. Wildflower Sextet is an all-star band led by saxophonist Matt Anderson playing original music inspired by the sound and approach of jazz legend Wayne Shorter. £8 /£6 conc  Kids under 16 free.

And that rounds off January at Seven - roll on Spring.

Tickets for most events are found at 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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Leeds, West Yorkshire LS7 3PD
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