There are several events coming up at Seven Artspace Leeds from tonight including Matt Abbott's 'Two Little Ducks' Edinburgh Fringe Preview on Friday, full details below:
High Summer @ Seven
Most theatres and
venues go 'dark' in high summer, but here at Seven there are still varied
and interesting events to look out for. Tonight, Tuesday 25 July, 8pm,
the topic for Café Psychologique,
is Attachment: How our Connections from Cradle to Grave make us Who We
Are. This fascinating subject is introduced by Elaine McMullan,
Clinical Psychologist, & Rebecca Savage, Senior Programme Manager,
National Institute for Health Research. Hosted by Chris Powell, Group
Analyst. £4 on the
Tomorrow, Wednesday 26
July, 8pm, Kill for a Seat Comedy
returns. This month Silky introduces Gavin Webster & Carmen
Lynch. Gavin Webster,“clearly capable of brilliance…inspired” The Journal,
and Carmen Lynch " Comedian, Spaniard, Wonderful." Great
comedians …plus special guests. £11
/£9 conc. Doors 7.45pm.
On Thursday 26 July,
8pm, the first of three films in a Jeremy Wooding
Retrospective, who remains one of the most interesting film
directors working in the UK today. Wooding’s films are characterised
by the playful ways in which he successfully bends and hybridizes film
genres in order to create joyful celebrations of the film form itself.
Tonight's film is Bollywood Queen,
in which West Country lad, Jay (James McAvoy) saves the life of
an Asian girl, Geena (Preeya Kalidas) and the pair fall in love. Romeo
and Juliet-like lovers in 21st century London are brought to life via
Bollywood-esque aesthetics and songs. £6 / £5 conc.
On Friday 27 July, 8pm,
Matt Abbott presents ‘Two
Little Ducks’ in this Edinburgh Fringe preview. From
council estates to the Calais Jungle, Abbott uses razor-sharp wit,
storytelling and linguistic flair to present this deeply personal and
political show. Humorous and harrowing, celebratory and confrontational;
a vital poetic journey for 2017. £5
adv / £7 otd. Doors 7.30pm.
On Sunday 30 July,
1-2pm, Anything Could Happen. Free
children’s improvised storytelling show. All we need are your
ideas! ‘Exciting and brilliant’. Miss Agar, Five Lanes Primary
School. Free event.
Next week on Thursday
3 August, 8pm, look out for Jeremy Wooding's, The Magnificent Eleven.
Sunday league footballers clash with gangsters in scenes that cleverly
infuse a comedy about amateur football with gangster film and
Western motifs. £6 /
And on Saturday 5
August, 8.30pm, a summer treat as TumbleweedAmericana
presents Amanda Anne Platt and The
Honeycutters. This is an Americana band based in hip and
happening Asheville, North Carolina featuring the singing and songwriting
of front-woman Amanda Anne Platt. Their 5th and latest album will be
released on June 9, 2017. £11
adv /£13 otd. Doors 8pm.