Thursday, 26 April 2018

Seven Arts Leeds

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Latin Rhythms @ Seven

Thursday 26 April, 7.30pm, look out for the fabulous Ricardo Curbelo – Rhythms from Latin America. Innovative musician, composer and poet, Ricardo Curbelo takes  audiences on a rhythmic, colourful journey through different Latin American countries on harp, cuatro, maracas and vocals. He presents traditional pieces, together with many of his own, spellbinding compositions. £12 adv /£14 otd.

Tonight, Tuesday 24 April, 8pm the CafĂ© Psychologique topic is Jazz: The Self, the Group, Society and Jazz. For all that it is global, jazz is also a subculture, adored by millions but rejected by many. The Cafe will look at how it divides opinion and the role jazz plays in providing a sense of identity and what it can do to put people in touch with themselves and each other. £4 on the door.

In case things are getting too serious, this month's Kill For A Seat Comedy tomorrow, Wednesday 25 April, 8pm, presents Sean Collins, AS Seen on & Amy Gledhill, "Silly, vivacious and very funny" Richard Herring special guests and your ebullient host, Silky. £11 / £9 conc. 7.45pm doors.

Don't forget the aforementioned Ricardo Curbelo concert on Thursday 26 April.

On Friday 27 April, 7.30pm is 'What We Leave Behind'. Have you ever pictured your own funeral? Erin has. She’s pictured yours too. In her debut spoken word show, poet and performer Erin Bolens explores our relationship with legacy and loss using wit, warmth and funeral tunes. £10 /£8 conc.

Just a couple of tickets left for The Fingersmiths and Friends on Saturday 28 April, 7.30pm. The Fingersmiths have been described as West Yorkshire’s premier lesbian function band! Tonight they will be joined by an assortment of musical friends for an eclectic evening of jazz, blues, folk, pop and more. £10 adv /£12 otd.

On Sunday 29 April, 1.30-4pm, JazzLeeds presents College Collection 2 , the second of two opportunities to hear some of the best students from the current crop of the Leeds College of Music jazz degree final year. Hear the jazz stars of tomorrow - today, namely, Dan Coulthurst, Morpher and Maya Kally. £7 /£5 conc.

The Sunday Quiz takes place in the bar at 8pm, be sure not to miss it; this week with supremo compiler and quizmaster, Roger Hunter. Free with raffle and prizes.

And rounding off this month of contrasts, weather-wise at least, on Monday 30 April, 8pm, the Screen Seven movie is Their Finest, a light-hearted offering reminiscent of vintage Ealing Comedy. The year is 1940, London. The British ministry turns to propaganda films to boost morale at home. To give "a woman's touch," they hire Catrin Cole as a scriptwriter. Her flair quickly gets her noticed by cynical, witty lead scriptwriter Buckley. They set out to make an epic feature film based on the Dunkirk rescue starring the gloriously vain, former matinee idol, Ambrose Hilliard. Stars: Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy. £6 on the door.

Tickets for most events are found at Where not sold out, tickets are always available on the door.

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