Friday, 17 February 2017

Upcoming events at Seven Artspace Leeds and Theatre in the Mill Bradford

The latest newsletters from Seven Artspace Leeds and Theatre in the Mill Bradford detail upcoming events:
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On Friday 17 February, 8pm, a welcome return for Land Of Nod. If you want to eat cake with the Mexicans; sing along with the Morrissey dancers or marvel at the world’s most monotonous soap opera, this is the show for you.  £8

Seven presents fabulous play, A Regular Little Houdini. on Saturday 18 February, 7.30pm Written and performed by Daniel Llewelyn-Williams, this one-man play is set in Newport, south Wales at the turn of the last century. A lowly dockworker's son idolises his hero, Harry Houdini, and commits himself to a life of magic, but the reality of working-class life in Edwardian Britain gets in the way. £10 advance / £12 on the door.

On Sunday 19 February, 1.30-4pm, the Seven Jazz Leeds Sunday concert is Alex Munk 'Flying Machines. The band fuses rock guitar improv with anthemic melodies and lusciously textured soundscapes.  £10 /£8 conc. Also on Sunday at 8pm, is the Sunday Quiz in Seven Bar, free with raffle and prizes.

Extraordinary new animated feature from Charlie Kaufman, Anomalisa, on Monday 20 February, 8pm, deals with loneliness, longing and despair in a profound, subtle way that few live-action dramas can match. The film follows a lonely customer service expert who perceives everyone as identical until he meets a unique woman  in a Cincinnati hotel. Stars: David Thewlis, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tom Noonan. £6 / £5 conc on the door.

Also next week look forward to CafĂ© Scientifique – Forensic Genetics : Beyond Human Identity, Kill for a Seat Comedy with Bethany Black and Jonathan Mayor and Seven Jazz Leeds – Dave Kane’s Magic YaYa Band.

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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Our mailing address is:
Seven Arts Leeds
31(a) Harrogate Road
Chapel Allerton
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS7 3PD
United Kingdom


Coming soon to Theatre in the Mill: SURPRISE! + job opportunity: Artistic Director, Theatre in the Mill

Job opportunity: Artistic Director, Theatre in the Mill.

Closing date Monday 06 March 2017. The University of Bradford seeks an outstanding individual to act as artistic lead of a National Portfolio organisation whose prime function is to nurture new work for the theatre (and the artists who make it) within the context of a great technology University, a diverse city and a wider theatre ecology and at all times work towards the University of Bradford's strapline "Confronting Inequality and Celebrating Diversity".  Click for further  information and applications. 

Coming Soon: 


Prison Game

Hercules Productions

Thursday 2nd March, 7.30pm - Buy tickets

When prison is your world, how do you function within society? This gripping, and at times chilling, one-man physical theatre performance is the story of how prison can define a man.

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Significant Ink taster sessions in Bradford

Ever wanted to write for TV?
Significant Ink is a new talent development initiative led by New Writing North, which aims to find and develop brand new voices currently under-represented in UK screenwriting. The taster sessions are aimed at a range of writers, including those with no previous experience.

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Lauren Silver

Saturday 25th February, 7.30pm. £4 Buy tickets online
How does a girl with social and anticipation anxiety enjoy a surprise party?
Lauren invites you to find out, in a show packed full of party games and hopefully no panic attacks. SURPRISE! is an interactive clown show that looks at how we can confront anxiety, overcome fear, and find freedom from panic through laughter.
‘I suspect we’ll see more of Gaulier-trained Lauren Silver who has a nice line in comic grotesques.’ – Chortle
‘Striking’ – Evening Standard
‘Charismatic performance’ – Guardian
‘Her rapport with the audience is tremendous fun.’ – British Theatre Guide

Work in development

'Speaking to a psychologist last week with regards to the Research and Development of my show he explained that there is an ongoing struggle to understand Anxiety. The dominant thinking is to understand it as a Disease i.e. comparable to physical disease in that it can be modified by using medication, has identifiable causes and pattern of difficulties, but there is no clear cause of sequence with Anxiety; it doesn’t respond to medical intervention well (the drugs have side effects and are not useful) as unlike Depression, it isn’t down to a chemical imbalance...'

Lauren Silver discusses some of the issues from the performance in her blog - click here to read more

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Our mailing address is:
Theatre in the Mill
University of Bradford
Bradford, West Yorkshire BD7 2DP
United Kingdom



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