Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Seven Artspace Leeds

Upcoming events at Seven Artspace Leeds this week:

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Bangla Music Festival @ Seven

This month kicks off tomorrow, Thursday 2 November 8pm, with Land Of Nod. Rock gods of comedy sketch shows LON return with a brand new show to split the pants of the mid-life crisis. Expect tales of sexual deviance, anarchy and patio conversions. £8

On Friday 2 and Saturday 3 November, 8pm, look forward to the fabulous Caution Collective This expanding group of singers, songwriters and musicians has become a jewel in the crown of the Leeds music scene. Founder and key musician, Christella, presents a host of outstanding vocal talents plus the unstoppable backing of the Caution band. £12 adv, £15 otd. 

Coming up on Sunday 5 November, 6pm, is Saudha's Bangla Music Festival. This critically acclaimed festival of Bengali music offers a feast of world-class performers, with semi-classical and modern Bengali songs by prominent, versatile vocalist, Sumana Basu and Tagore compositions by the highly talented, Rishi Banerjee. £10.

The Screen Seven movie on Monday 6 November, 8pm, is Hunt For The Wilderpeople. Raised on hip-hop and foster care, defiant city kid Ricky gets a fresh start in the New Zealand countryside. He quickly finds himself at home with his new foster family but when a tragedy strikes that threatens to ship Ricky to another home, he goes on the run in the bush, causing a national manhunt. £6 

On Tuesday 7 November, 7.30pm, it is Café Economique -The Changing Landscape of Pensions. Dr Iain Clacher of University of Leeds Business School explores the rapidly changing landscape of pensions, and how best to ensure adequate incomes in retirement, one of the biggest challenges facing government and society. £4 otd.

Seven Live returns on Wednesday 8 November, 8pm. Seven Live is a hidden gem of a music night; this month, Doghand String Band - Gritty blues and Americana, Silky – A masterful guitarist and singer songwriter, The Heathen Kings – Authentic uplifting folk and David Jameson - Classic 60s and 70s songs you love. £6 otd.

On Thursday 9 November, 8pm, JazzLeeds – Christine Tobin sings Leonard Cohen. A real treat for fans of jazz and of Leonard Cohen; Christine has been a lifelong fan and her unique interpretations make an inspired celebration of the legendary Canadian singer, songwriter and poet. £18 / £16 conc. Doors 7:45 pm.

2b Acting – For the Love Of Oranges on Friday 10 November, 7.30pm, is a remarkable love story and a journey of discovery. The play explores the belief in justice, the strength of faith, the sanctity of marriage, the power of religion, the love of a King and is set to challenge perception of what it means to be British in this time of Brexit. £8 adv /£10 otd.

Finally on Saturday 11 November, 8.30pm, TumbleweedAmericana – The Stray Birds.  From Lancaster, Pennsylvania, The Stray Birds started as a duo of acoustic buskers in 2010. 600 performances later, the band is best known for its songwriting, its tight and forthcoming vocal harmony blend and its commitment to an impassioned delivery of original material. £15 adv /£17 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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