Friday, 28 February 2020

Things to do this weekend in Leeds, Bradford and New York

For those of my followers who live in, are visiting or near to, here are a few ideas of things to do this weekend in Leeds, Bradford and New York:



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Thursday 27th Febuary 2020, 7:30PM
Pay What You Feel

Did you know that Shakespeare was censored? As part of LGBT+ History month we are working with the Filthy Shakespeare Company to discover what LGBT+ content we lost and asking questions about how it can be put back in.
 



A Quick Guide to Ruining Your Life
Friday 28th February 2020, 7.30pm
All Seats £11

From the outside, Dawn has it all; nice house, fast car, great friends and family, and a new job out in sunny Dubai. So why has she been hiding in her own attic for the last three months? She’s about to confess all to the world, but not before she confronts some painful home truths, uncovers a heart-breaking infidelity and learns to poop in a bucket!
 


The Vicar of Dibley
Wednesday 18th - Saturday 21st March 7.30pm
Adult £14/Concession £12

What do you remember about 1994?
The National Lottery began?
The first women are ordained as priests in England.
The very first episode of The Vicar of Dibley aired.
The Vicar of Dibley has reached the hearts of many.
The Bradford Players are going to bring to life 3 of these iconic episodes live on stage, so why not come and join us on a trip to Dibley.


Firebringer
19th - 21st March, 7:30pm
Adult £10/Concessions £8

BUSOM presents a risquΓ© yet heartwarming
tale of companionship, trust and progress. At the dawn of mankind, one tribe of cavepeople gets by under the wise leadership of Jemilla, the Peacemaker. Jemilla taught her
people to express themselves, rather than bashing each others' heads with rocks and eating each others' babies. But one member of the tribe doesn't seem to fit in: Zazzalil. She's always trying to invent things to make life easier… for herself. While out hatching
her latest scheme, Zazzalil stumbles upon the most important discovery in history. One that will pit her tribe against wooly mammoths, saber-toothed tigers, and change the world forever. She'll travel from omega to alpha, and become… the Firebringer!


KIDS GO FREE.........

This year's pantomime "Aladdin" is now on sale following our record breaking pantomime "Cinderella".
We are thrilled to announce a special KIDS GO FREE offer to all customers who book their Aladdin tickets before Saturday 29th February 2020.

** One child free with every full paying Adult, Offer excludes 24th December and 26th December! **


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The Invisible Man, Midnight Family and more at Pictureville 





The Invisible Man
The Invisible Man opens this week in IMAX starring Elizabeth Moss (Us, The Handmaid'sTale) as a woman escaping from a violent, controlling relationship, whose sanity unravels as she desperately attempts to prove that she is being hunted by someone nobody can see...







New This Week


The True History of the Kelly Gang
Charlie Hunnam and Nicholas Hoult appear in The True History of the Kelly Gang from director Justin Kurzel, the story of Australian bush-ranger Ned Kelly and his posse as they flee from authorities during the 1870s.

Midnight Family
Luke Lorentzen's documentary Midnight Family features the Ochoa family who operate within Mexico City’s wealthiest communities as a for-profit ambulance service. A tale of compromised healthcare, corrupt police and cutthroat competition. 


No Time To Die


The latest and hotly anticipated Bond film No Time To Die is coming to our huge IMAX screen from the 2nd April. 
Director Cary Joji Fukunaga captured select sequences of the film using IMAX's extremely high-resolution 15/70mm film cameras to deliver IMAX audiences greater scope and breathtaking image quality.  
Seeing the film at Pictureville means watching Bond on the biggest screen in the region and seeing up to 26% more of the action than you would at a normal cinema. 
Tickets will be available very soon, so follow us on social media to get your ticket first!

Event Cinema


See some of the best theatre, dance, opera and art from around the world broadcast live to Pictureville.

Met Opera Live: Agrippina (12A)

Paw Patrol
In the Met’s first-ever performance of Handel's tale of deception and deceit, imperious Empress Agrippina (mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato) plots the downfall of Emperor Claudius to secure the throne for her son Nero.
Saturday 29 February

Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show (U)

Paw Patrol
Bringing Riverdance into the 21st century, this anniversary show was filmed at the 3Arena in Dublin - the exact spot where it all began. Immerse yourself in the extraordinary and elemental power of its music and dance.  
3 and 8 March

Met Opera Live: Der Fliegende Hollander (U)

In Der Fliegende HollΓ€nder, inspired by the legend of the Flying Dutchman, the Captain of a ghostly ship—condemned to sail the seas for eternity—is offered a chance of redemption by true love.  
Saturday 14 March


The Untold Story of Alice Guy-BlachΓ© + Algie, the Miner (PG)

Be Natural
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we will be shining a spotlight on the world’s first female film-maker, Alice Guy-BlachΓ© with Be Natural,the documentary about her life accompanied by a screening of her short film Algie, The Miner (1912). 
Sunday 8 March 








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What's up New York,
It's a wonderfully cloudy Friday today!
March is marching in and with it comes sunnier days, brighter skies and our Make March Magic Guide.🎟🎢
Surrender yourself to arts, fitness classes, and more all weekend long in our Fit Friday Weekend Guide.πŸ’ͺ☺
View Jean Michel Basquiat’s coolest unseen works during the Culture LP's closing celebration of For Our Friend Jean.πŸ–ŒπŸ˜±
Check out this amazing interview with Naama Tamir discussing her relation to New York City’s food culture and how it’s connected to her roots. πŸ—½πŸ—£
Take a look into Lighthouse BK and why they’re one of the top spots in New York City for farm to table dining. 🍴πŸ₯— 
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
― Hippocrates"
Exciting Events

It's about that time to put yourself out there and devote yourself to fun. This March has arrived and with it comes better weather, sunshine and a load of new events.
If you're interested in food, community and music just browse this collection of concerts and markets to find one that fits your needs. Visit the websites for more information, ticket pricing and lock yourself in all month long.  

Get Stronger This Weekend

Don't let your wellness goals wait till Monday! You can handle business and still have a blast all weekend thanks to our Friday Fitness Weekend Guide.
We've rounded up health-themed events that'll help you sweat, lift your spirits and teach you something. Get your tickets and RSVPs as soon as possible to secure your spot. 

Giveaway

Love the snow? See yourself gliding down the slopes? Enter to win now!
Prize includes 4-days/3-nights at a 4-star hotel in Banff, Alberta. 2 Ski Big 3 lift tickets for 3 of the 4 days and free daily breakfast.

Rare Basquiat Works

View numerous works of rare art from Jean Michel Basquiat in this revealing exhibition, "Our Friend Jean". The Culture LP has paired up with collectors close to the artist to display dozens of rare paintings, writings, and sketches.
Attendees can expect to view the works, a complimentary tour around the gallery, a Q+A with collectors and small bites and cocktails.

Culinary Visionary

Naama Tamir was raised in a household-centered around food. Now, all of that experience cooking, her family traditions and food foraging with her mother is paying off.
As co-owner of NYC's Lighthouse, her strong relationship with nature and family aligns with the establishment's concept. Learn more about her understanding of NYC's food culture and what the city's taught her about the community in this interesting 1-on-1. 

Boundary Pushing Restaurant

Fresh organic entrees full of ripely harvested veggies steal the show at Lighthouse. The Brooklyn eatery is focused on feeding patrons food that is simple, carefully crafted and vibrant.
Each dish includes hand-selected seasonal ingredients sourced carefully from local farms. Menu items include gluten-free, vegetarian and all-natural options.

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Happy Wednesday!
Today's weather is slightly wet due to scattered showers.
Our *Fit Friday Weekend Guide* is ready to take your health and wellness to the next level. πŸ’ƒπŸ€Έ
The West-bourne cafe is delivering LA chic food to NYC with a badge of sustainability. πŸ₯‘πŸ₯•
With the plastic bag ban on the horizons, it's time to celebrate an environmental triumph and there's no better way than with a visit to RAE BK's recycled art pop-up. πŸ‘Œ
Check out Sophie Sandberg's efforts to fight gender-based violence through art, digital media, and activism. πŸ—£πŸ“£
Song: Tink - I Ain't Got Time
"There is no such thing as "away". When we throw anything away it must go somewhere."
- ANNIE LEONARD, attributed, The Story of STUFF Project
Get Stronger This Weekend

Don't let your wellness goals wait till Monday! You can handle business and still have a blast all weekend thanks to our Friday Fitness Weekend Guide.
We've rounded up health-themed events that'll help you sweat, lift your spirits, and teach you something. Get your tickets and RSVPs as soon as possible to secure your spot. 

Expressions Through Trash

Some New Yorkers are in high spirits while others are in confusion about the plastic bag ban approaching. Others, like RAE BK, are harnessing the change to create amazing and eco-conscious art from recycled plastic.
The bags that would otherwise land in landfills, contributing to the pollution killing ocean life, are being used to construct portraits and pieces on wooden canvases. 

Giveaway

A giveaway just for you. Enter to win a chance to travel to the beautiful Utah, all expenses paid, for an all-inclusive stay in the Centered Fitness Retreat (a $4300 value) for 1 week. Other prizes include $100 towards your travel cost, awarded by 1440. There is also a subscription for Stranger's Guide ($100 value), as well as $500 from Stranger's Guide towards airfare.
This trip will revitalize your body and your mind. What are you waiting for? Enter now!

Sustainable Dining

Treat yourself to wild hives farm porridge, house granola, poached blueberries, yogurt on a sunny morning or scrambled eggs, avocado, spicy shallot labneh, pickled onions on a toasted English muffin West-bourne.
Whether you crave savory or sweet, the small and fresh cafe has a menu that caters to health-conscious farm-friendly eaters. The zero-waste eatery partners with the Robin Hood Foundation to give back to the community through job training and invests in small business to source interior decor.

Refining Our Community

Sophie Sandberg's reign against catcallers and gender-based violence is garnering universal attention. The street artist and activist founded the Catcalls of NYC Instagram, chronicling the stories of harassed New Yorkers and their pleas.
She is also the force behind Chalk Back, made of over 100 "Catcalls of" chapters globally. Learn more about how the exposure from her public art and digital media content is unifying NYC one project at a time.

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