Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Seven Artspace Leeds

With details of upcoming performances at Seven Artspace Leeds, starting tonight:

seven artspace leeds

Murder Inc @ Seven

Two treats in store tonight, Wednesday 19 September. Firstly, Rush Hour Jazz , 6-7pm in Seven Bar features jazz standards with a touch of funk, beautifully played by Wakefield based jazz tenor sax player Julia Mills. Julia will be accompanied by the Seven Jazz trio – Steve Crocker on bass, Will Powell guitar and Dom Moore drums. PWYF

Secondly, Murder Inc. at 8pm.  The show is a wholly improvised crime story. The cast take your suggestions and weave a sordid tale for you that is pacey and packed with belly laughs. It’s your job to make your best guess of ‘whodunnit’ before the show is over and one winning detective team will take home a prize. £8 adv / £10 otd. Doors 7.30pm.

Tomorrow, Thursday 20 September, 7.30pm, #RememberOluwale – Blacks Britannica. Made in 1978, this hard-hitting documentary on racism and resistance in Britain was isubjected to suppression, censorship and a US court battle that lasted more than three years. Arthur France MBE, Black Power pioneer and Margaret Henry of Postcolonial Films, will lead the Q&A after the film. £5 / £2.50 conc.

Closer Than Ever – A Musical Review by Maltby & Shire comes to Seven on Friday 21 September, 7.30pm. Closer Than Ever is a smart and funny musical revue with no cliched story (it has no story). Instead each tune introduces you to new characters; each hummable number offers you laughter and tears; each song asks you to explore the moments a life may face. £11.50. Doors 7pm.

This coming weekend, look forward to a kitchen takeover by Golden Balls whose speciality is Sicilian inspired small plates. Friday from 5pm; Saturday from 1pm, and Sunday 1-6pm. Dishes priced from £5-£8.

On Saturday 22 September, 7.30pm, Monkey Don’t Theatre presents Big City Shorts with 5×15 minute plays around the theme of ‘Life in a 21st Century British City’. Using writers and directors based in the North, the night will be an entertaining showcase of the next generation of talent.  £5 / £7 on the door.

The Screen Seven film on Monday 24 September, 8pm, is Dunkirk. In May 1940, Germany advanced into France, trapping Allied troops on the beaches of Dunkirk. The troops were slowly and methodically evacuated from the beach using every serviceable naval and civilian vessel that could be found. At the end of this heroic mission, 330,000 soldiers were safely evacuated. £6 on the door.

CafĂ© Psychologique returns on Tuesday 25 September, 8pm, exploring Mental Health Stigma: What does it mean to you? Introduced by Dr Helen Williams, Clinical Psychologis and hosted by Chris Powell, Group Analyst. Chat and think over a drink. £4 on the door.

Kill For A Seat Comedy starts its autumn run on Wednesday 26 September, 8pm  This month’s comedians…Kai Humphries, “So You Think You’re Funny” Finalist & Dylan Gott,  * * * * Torontoist “Delightfully Bizarre” AV Club “Major Revelation” Now Magazine…plus special guests and your effervescent host, Silky. £11 /£9 conc. Doors 7.45pm.

And don't forget next weekend, 28 -30 September, World on Our Doorstep Festival Of World Music with events in and around Chapel Allerton all weekend. More details next week.

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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