Thursday, 21 July 2016

Summer Hots Up at Seven Artspace, Leeds

Upcoming at Seven Artspace, Leeds:

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Summer Hots Up @ Seven

Today Thursday 21 July, 9pm, Leeds Morris Men perform Traditional Cotswold Morris Dances outside Seven.

On Sunday 24 July, 2.30pm, a real family treat, Mr & Mrs Theatre Company presents Charlotte's Web, Based on the popular children’s story, this one hour show is sure to thrill and delight. Watch in awe as Charlotte descends to the stage and weaves words in her web to save Wilbur. The best seat is on the floor, so bring a cushion and join us on the farm for a glorious afternoon’s entertainment. £7 adult /£5 child.

At 8pm also on Sunday 24 July, it's the last Sunday Quiz before the summer break. So make sure you come along and give those little grey cells an outing before they go into hiding. Free with raffle and prizes.

On Monday 25 July, 8.30pm, summer hots up as Tumbleweed Americana presents Bruce Robison & Kelly Wills. Robison is an American, Austin-based singer-songwriter who has a knack for crafting deceptively straightforward songs around the universal struggles of modern life, whilst Kelly has been described as alternative country and new traditionalist. £13 adv / £15 the door. Doors 8pm  

On Tuesday 26 July, 8pm it's Café Psychologique – Typical Taurus Or Total Bull. The Café explores astrology, personality types and what makes us who we are, introduced by Dr Ruth Sutherland, Clinical Psychologist. The session is hosted by Chris Powell, Group Analyst. £4 on the door. Also, on Tuesday 26 July from 8pm, join us for more Seven Bar Sounds, with live music from Chris Martin (Man in a Hat), Mark Pratt and Amy Joan. Donations.

At this month's Kill For A Seat Comedy on Wednesday 27 July, 8pm, look forward to Howard Read and Aiden Goatley. J Howard Read “surreal genius” The List “breaking boundaries in stand-up comedy” Independent & Aidan Goatley ***** Yorkshire Post “A brilliant raconteur” special guests and your merry-making host, Silky. £11 /£9 conc. Doors 7.45pm.

And on Thursday 28 July, 8pm, following an acclaimed run at last year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival, is Jake Westow Miller's play, Love In The Time Of Gilmore Girls. Minimum wage job, no girlfriend – how, James wonders, did it come to this? A comedy about relationships, coming of age and watching too much television. £8 adv /£10 on the door.

Lot's more to come in the closing days of July.....

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