25 June, 7.30pm it's the return of the fabulous Soul Seven - Retro Funk Disco. Dance
your socks off to Funk, Soul and Motown and generally good dance
stuff. £7 /£5
conc advance /£8 on the door.
The Sunday Jazz offering on Sunday
26 June, 1.30-4pm is the James Robinson Quintet,
playing the music of Ronnie Bottomley. Leeds drummer James
Robinson and this all-star band interprets the small band jazz pad of
Leeds legend drummer and big band leader Ronnie Bottomley. £10/£8 conc.
On Monday 27 June,
8pm, is the final Screen Seven movie of the season, a
gripping thriller, The East. Sarah,
an undercover agent at a private intelligence firm, is hired to
infiltrate the East, an eco-terrorism cell targeting companies that
pollute the environment. As Sarah tries to maintain her cover, she
becomes more and more drawn to Benji, the East's leader. £6 /£5 conc. Look
out for the Screen Seven Cult Film
Season, beginning Monday
11 July with Jean-Jacque's Beineix 1981 movie, Diva.
On Tuesday 28 June,
8pm, in Café Scientifique, Dr
Edward Daw introduces the topic of gravitational waves.His work
involves ultra-sensitive apparatus and experiments,for example in
the search for dark matter particles. Hat Donations.
Also on Tuesday 28
June, from 8pm, we present Seven Bar Sounds
-live acoustic acts in Seven Bar, with sounds from Tim Loud, Stephen
Thomas, and, FIONA.. Donations.
Kill For A Seat Comedy
returns on Wednesday
29 June, 8pm, with JJ Whitehead and Chris Cairns. JJ
Whitehead “Packed with one-liners and excellent material” The List
&Chris Cairns “Class improvisation. A real crowd-pleaser” City
Life...plus special guests and your merry-making host, Silky. £11 /£9 conc. Doors 7.45pm.
Rounding off a momentous June on Thursday
30 June, 8pm, Seven Jazz
presents John Etheridge and Vimila Rowe. Legendary English
guitarist brings sensational new vocal star Vimila Rowe to the Vortex
for an evening of passion and soul. Support from The Jazz Voices Choir
8.00pm. £16 / £14
conc. Doors 7.30pm.
For those who have been following the ALDI planning application
on the old Yorkshire Bank site, the Chief Planning Officer is
recommending approval of the scheme, despite over 150 objections expressing
concerns over highway safety, lack of local need for a supermarket,
impact on local independent shops, and inappropriate design
/use in the heart of the Conservation Area. The meeting of
the Plans Panel who will decide on the application is on Thursday 30 June from 1.30pm in
the CIvic Hall Rooms 6 & 7. Any members of the public can
attend the meeting.