Thursday, 4 May 2017

Seven Artspace Leeds

Upcoming events at Seven Artspace Leeds include film, music, storytelling and more:

seven artspace leeds

Rising Stars @ Seven

Tonight, Thursday 4 May, 8.30pm, still tickets left for TumbleweedAmericana with Anna Tivel & Jeffrey Martin.  Anna Tivel is a Portland, Oregon singer/songwriter who creates lyric-driven folk/, Texas. Martin’s songs are beautiful, sparse, and utterly devastating.  Anna plays fiddle and mandolin and Jeffrey guitar. A wonderful show.  £11 adv /£13 otd. Drs 8pm.

Tomorrow, Friday 5 May, 8pm, look forward to the Fruit Tree Project + Garforth Jazz Rock Band. The FTP is a contemporary piano trio made up of pianist/composer Dave Evans, bassist Kenny Higgins and Alex Wibrew on drums. 3 musicians who each span a wide range of different musical styles. The music is melodic and cinematic. £8 /£6 conc. Drs 7.30pm.

South Asian Arts UK presents Rising Stars - Srutti Suresan & Keertan Rehal on Saturday 6 May, 7.30pm. There is a freshness in the air for young new budding talent. SAA UK in collaboration with Zero Classikal invite you to a double bill of vocals of the North and South of India, featuring these upcoming female artists. £10 /£7 conc. Doors 7pm

One for the kiddies on Sunday 7 May 12-1pm, Anything Could Happen, a free improvised storytelling show. All we need is your ideas. And in the evening at 8pm in the bar, the Sunday Quiz, with supremo quizmaster, Rog Hunter. A great way to end the weekend. Free with raffle and prizes.

Screen Seven on Monday 8 May, 8pm,  presents the riveting thriller, Eye In The Sky. The movie follows Colonel Katherine Powell, a UK-based military officer in command of a top secret drone operation to capture terrorists in Kenya. Powell discovers the targets are planning a suicide bombing and the mission escalates from “capture” to “kill.” But as American pilot Steve Watts  is about to engage, a nine-year-old girl enters the kill zone triggering an international dispute. Stars: Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, Alan Rickman. £6 / £5 conc.

On Tuesday 9 May, 7pmCafĂ© Cinematique returns. Tonight, a screening of Asghar Farhadi’s ‘A Separation’, in which an unhappily married couple break up in this complex, painful, fascinating Iranian drama with explosive results that expose a network of personal and social fault-lines. The film will be followed by an opportunity to join in an open and lively discussion based on the film. £8 on the door.

Seven Live presents The Best In Local Talent on Wednesday 10 May, 8pm. This month, purveyor of fine original music, Dariush Kanani; Coaldust, formerly half of the Sentimentalists; Fran Wyburn, who also performs with 'Sisterhood'; and Frank Ziko who started his musical education in Tirana, Albania at the Catholic Music Lyceum for Gifted Children. £6 on the door.

On Friday 12 May, 8.30pm, No Mean Feat Live plays 70’s and 80’s classics from Steely Dan, Little Feat, Hall & Oates and many more. £5. Doors 7.30pm. 

And rounding off the week on Saturday 13 May, 8.30pm, more exquisite Americana from The Kennedys. Now, in their 22nd year as recording artists, The Kennedys are busier than ever, continually touring the US and UK and are currently working on a new album. £11 adv /£13 otd  Doors 8pm.

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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