The Screen Seven movie on Monday
23 January, 8pm, is The Danish Girl,
a fictitious love story loosely inspired by the lives of Danish
artists Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener. Lili and Gerda's marriage and work
evolve as they navigate Lili's groundbreaking journey as a transgender
pioneer. Stars :Eddie Redmayne, Alicia Vikander, Amber
Heard Bridgers. £6
/ £5 conc.
returns on Tuesday 24
January, 7.15pm, with a screening of Mike Leigh's 'Happy
Go Lucky'. Beat the January blues by joining in a lively discussion about
those eternal questions such as 'Is the glass half empty or half full?'
Film screening begins 7.15pm prompt. £6
on the door.
This month's comedians on Wednesday
25 January, 8pm, Kill For A Seat Comedy
are Christian Reilly, ‘Seriously cool, seriously funny’ Richard Herring
and Alice Frase. Plus special guests and your studly host, Silky.
£11 / £9 conc.
On Friday 27 January,
8pm, look forward to Crompton & Newberry.
A stringband of two — mandolin master Mike Compton and veteran
banjoist/guitarist Joe Newberry — pay homage to pioneering American
musicians such as The Monroe Brothers, Robert Johnson and The Carter
Family. £10 adv / £12
Rounding off the week and hurrah, almost January on Saturday 28 January, 7.30pm,
are Flamenco Friends and Family.
this is a showcase of flamenco in Leeds to celebrate local artists
drawn from the weekly peña flamenco, a grouping of people that meet to
dance flamenco. £6 adv
/ £8 otd.