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DESCRIPTIONAutumn 2015 What's On guide for Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds. Celebrate 10 years of great theatre in Leeds City Centre. Includes, theatre, comedy, film and family shows.
Sept Dec 2015
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Welcome to the Carriageworks Theatre
Im delighted that this November will see the Carriageworks celebrate its tenth anniversary.To mark what has been a wonderful decade for the theatre, there will be a week long celebrationto which all of Leeds is invited and pages 22 and 23 set out how you can get involved.
For half term in October the Family Arts Festival returns to provide entertainment for all ages.Let the internationally renowned Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers (24 Oct) dazzle your senses and be tantalised with home-town heroes Tutti Frutti with Snow Child (30 Oct). Proper Job Theatre tempt the night with their theatrical spectacle Nosferatu (23 Oct). Edinburgh hit Every Brilliant Thing(29 Sept), shows us in an entirely different light and, of course, dont miss our comedy season including shining star Lucy Beaumont (17 Oct) or the literary powerhouse Mark Billingham inThe Other Half (1 Oct) alongside My Darling Clementine.
Its a busy Autumn for all at the Carriageworks, dont miss out on the fun!
Councillor Judith BlakeLeader of Council and Executive Member for Economy and Culture
Leeds Civic Arts GuildLeeds Civic Arts Guild is an association of various amateur drama, music and opera companies who meet and perform regularly at the Carriageworks Theatre including:Cosmopolitan Players Leeds Amateur Operatic Society Leeds Arts Centre Leeds Childrens Theatre Leeds Gilbert & Sullivan Society Leeds Insurance Dramatic & Operatic Society Leeds Writers Circle Leeds Youth Opera Morley Amateur Operatic Society Shatterproof S.T.A.R.S St Marys Youth Theatre West Riding Opera.
Leeds Civic Arts Guild productions are highlighted with this logo:
For more information and enquiries about joining visit www.lcag.org.uk
Leeds Civic Arts Guild has an ever growing membership and you can take part too. Everyone is welcome, from old hands to complete novices. This might be the opportunity youve always wanted to tread the boards and become the star of the show! Or you could experience the thrill of being backstage by getting involved in lighting, sound and set building.
Join us on Sat 5 Sept for the annual Guild Awards Night. Celebrate all the hard work of our member societies over the past year and get a glimpse of whats coming up.
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Fri 21 Aug Thur 10 Sept Millennium Square
The Leeds International Piano Competition in association with Besbrode Pianos proudly presents Me & My Piano; a new and exciting public art installation coming to the city of Leeds this summer. Placed around the city, all the pianos are decorated by local arts organisations and community groups, and freely available for you to play. Carriageworks Theatre are decorating one to celebrate the upcoming 10th anniversary and putting it out on Millennium Square. Visit www.leedspiano.com to download your piano map and start planning your musical route through the city.
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Wed 16 Sat 19 SeptMain Auditorium: 7pm, 2pm Sat matinee Tickets: 13 (10 concession)Family ticket: 40
A Night atthe OscarsLIDOS presents an evening of music, song and dance from some of your favourite film musicals including Billy Elliott, Footloose, Guys and Dolls, Mamma Mia, Singing in the Rain and Sister Act.Join us for Opening Night where you will hopefully feel the Electricity; after all this will be much better than whatever is on the Telly!We promise to Make em Laugh and Spread the Love Around and youll leave saying Oh, What a Night! and Beggin for more.
Wed 16 Sat 19 SeptUpstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:45pm Tickets: 10.50 (8.50 concession)
Leeds Art Theatre present
Futureproof Dont you see? Thats the hook! Thats the thing the townies will want to see. The differenceWelcome to Robert Rileys Odditorium;a travelling freak show that boasts mermaids, conjoined twins, and the worlds fattest man. Now the good times are over; advances in science have made these natural marvels into abominations and no one wants to see the show.Theyre poor, directionless and theyve just had to eat the horse; but Robert Riley is not put down so easily. If they dont want to look at the freak show any more, hell give them miracles...the miracle of change.
Snowline Media Ltd present
Ocean Film Festival World Tour
Wed 23 SeptMain Auditorium: 7pm Tickets: 12.50 (11 concession)
The Ocean Film Festival showcases the worlds most amazing ocean films from above and below the waters surface letting you immerse yourself in the wonders of the ocean without getting your feet wet!Brought to you by the producers of the Banff Film Festival UK Tour, this extraordinary collection of short films documents the beauty and power of the ocean. Celebrate the divers, surfers, swimmers and oceanographers who live for the seas salt spray, who chase the crests of waves and who marvel at the mysteries of the big blue.
Inspiring and thought-provoking, The Ocean Film Festival takes you on a journey across the globe, showcasing the huge waves of Australia, diving with sharks off the coast of Africa and heading north to the far reaches of the Arctic Circle.Visit www.oceanfilmfestival.co.uk for more details.Photo Chris Burkard
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Thur 1 OctMain Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: 12.50 (10.50 concession)
The Other HalfMark Billingham & My Darling Clementine
A rundown Memphis bar. Lust, murder and domestic horror. That long and difficult search for The Other Half.The third event in our Northern Accent series, features award-winning crime writer Mark Billingham and leading country duo My Darling Clementine who have come together to present a dark and glorious mix of song and story. A unique collaboration between the leading lights of crime fiction and country music.A show to die for.www.northernaccent.org.uk
Tues 29 Sept Main Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: 12.50 (10.50 concession)
Paines Plough and Pentabus Theatre Company present
Every Brilliant Thing By Duncan Macmillanwith Jonny Donahoe
Youre six years old. Mums in hospital.Dad says shes done something stupid.She finds it hard to be happy. So you start to make a list of everything thats brilliant about the world. Everything thats worth living for.1. Ice cream2. Kung Fu movies3. Burning things4. Laughing so hard you shoot milk out your nose5. Construction cranes6. MeYou leave it on her pillow. You know shes read it because shes corrected your spelling. Soon, the list will take on a life of its own.A new play about depression and the lengthswe will go to for those we love.#EveryBrilliantThing
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Sat 3 OctMain Auditorium: 3pm Tickets: 9.50 (8.50 concession), 6 (no concession)Family ticket: 34Age 5+
Fri 2 OctMain Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: 12.50 (10.50 concession)
Fol Espoir present
Instructions for American Servicemen in BritainIts 1942 and a horde of Yankee servicemenhave just arrived in England where the localsspeak a strange dialect, boil all their food,and talk endlessly about the weather.The Americans see the Brits as a strangerace. Judge for yourself in a night ofjoyous laughter and downrightsilliness as a crack team ofexperts attempt to explainthe rules of British life.
Science Mania Ltd present
Science Blast The Great Scientists Part 1Professor Kaos presents his brand newfamily show Science Blast the show thatlikes to blow stuff up!Meet 9 of the worlds top scientists, see theirdiscoveries and vote on who you think is thegreatest. Experience lasers, lights, experimentsand explosions in a family show where we wantYOU to get involved.Warning The show includes flashing lights, loud noises and cheese sandwiches!
Fri 9 OctWhole Venue: 6pm 10pm
Leeds City Council present
Light Night Experience Art in the Dark!Light Night invites you to comeand explore Leeds with your family and friends as the city centre comes alive with spectacular light shows, installations, performances and exhibitions. Have fun and explore spaces youve never been to before, or see some familiar places in a very different way.Carriageworks Theatre will be hosting a range of events and activities, so pop along duringthe evening to explore the venue. As darkness falls, come and experience the city in a new light!www.lightnightleeds.co.uk
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Wed 7 OctUpstairs @ the Carriageworks: 7:45pm Tickets: 10.50 (8.50 concession)
Wed 7 OctMain Auditorium: 7:30pm Tickets: 12.50 (10.50 concession)
Jeffrey Holland (Hi-de-Hi, You Rang MLord) stars in this one-man show about friendship, memories and a couple of remarkable lives. Set in the bedroom of a sick Oliver Hardy, the show takes place during Laurels visit to the dying man. Recounting their past success as the comedy double act Laurel and Hardy, this is a humorous and touching look at one of the great cinematic partnerships of the last century.
Spellbinding and magically,timelessly funnyTHE STAGE
Simple, smart and sublimely performedBROADWAYBABY.COM
Madeline Shann present
Little TerrorsLittle Terrors is a look at our unpredictable worldthrough the eyes of someone who is afraid ofeverything from clowns to climate change androllercoasters to robot uprising. This one-womanshow uses dance, comedy, storytelling and anymeans necessary to explain why life is terrifying.A funny, poignant