Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Upcoming events at Seven Artspace Leeds

Here are details of upcoming events at Seven Artspace Leeds for my followers to peruse:

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Spring to Life @ Seven

Tonight, Wednesday 29 March, 8pm, there is still time to buy tickets for Kill for a Seat Comedy with George Egg, ‘A hugely entertaining variety turn',  The Guardian; and Kat Tanney, 'Wonderfully talented", Narc magazine special guests and your ebullient host, Silky. £11 / £9 conc. Doors 7.45pm.

On Friday 31 March, 8pm, Unlimited Theatre presents 'Am I Dead Yet?' Two friends, talking (and singing) about what happens when we die, how we think about dying, and most importantly, how some of us might be brought back. “An enjoyable, poignant cabaret piece about death in the distant and all-too-near future” The Guardian. £10 adv / £12 otd. Preceding the show at 5.30pm, join Unlimited in Seven Bar for tea, cake and chats about death.

On Saturday 1 April, 7.30pm, look forward to Leeds College of Music Generation Big Band and Friends, bringing together excellence across all generations of the Yorkshire jazz community. The band is led by jazz trumpeter Mark Chandler and joined tonight by jazz trio Bunson Burner and the Saturday Music School + Jazz group. £8 / £5 conc.

On Monday 3 April, 8pm, the Screen Seven movie is Victoria. After leaving the club in the wee hours of the morning to work at a local cafe, Victoria runs into a pack of young men, who seem intent on wooing her. Sonne, succeeds, and Victoria drops her prior plans to drink with them on a nearby rooftop. Shot over two hours in a single, dazzling take, Victoria is one of the year’s most impressive technical achievements. £6 / £5 conc.

On Tuesday 4 april, 7.30pm, CafĂ© Economique explores Gender, Care and the Economy. Sarah Marie-Hall is a Lecturer in Human Geography and her research lies in the field of geographical feminist political economy: understanding how socio-economic processes are shaped by gender relations, lived experiences and cultural differences. £4 on the door.

Letters to Myself on Thursday 6 April, 8pm, is a heart-warming and humorous look at the best advice we never had. Created from letters written by real people and taking a trip down memory lane, it is a recognition of our shared regret and a celebration of our daily triumphs. Written and produced by Becci Sharrock. £8 / £6 conc.

Rounding off the week on Friday 7 April, 8pm, a welcome return for Mestisa. This band thrills audiences with a traditional yet modern approach to a variety of popular folk styles. From romantic Boleros and Argentinian zambas, to Chilean tonadas and Bolivian huaynos, they are as uplifting as they are talented … and be sure to bring your dancing shoes!  £10 adv /£12 otd.

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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