Tab Essential: 26th – 2nd
Monday 26 November Snowriders Store Lockin, O’Neill, 20% off at the city centre store Undiscovered Leeds, auditions at LUU, competition searching for budding singers and songwritters to win a […]
Monday 26 November
Snowriders Store Lockin, O’Neill, 20% off at the city centre store
Undiscovered Leeds, auditions at LUU, competition searching for budding singers and songwritters to win a record contract! email: [email protected] for more information and how to get involved! This is an opportunity not to be missed
Dan Mangan, Brudenell Social Club, Canadian journalist and musician
Tuesday 27 November
Undiscovered Leeds, second day of auditions at LUU, still not to late to get involved!!
Crystal Castles, 02 Academy Leeds, Canadian electronic experimental band
The Raveonettes, Brudenell Social Club, Danish indie rock duo
Wednesday 28 November
Beasts of the Southern Wild, Hyde Park Picture House, One word: amazing. Innovative director Benh Zeitlin boldly goes where none have gone before, to stunning effect, with the help of the best acting you’ll ever see from a nine-year old in the confusingly-named Quvenzhané Wallis. I challenge you to watch the trailer and not want to see it immediately.
Move on Up, Hifi, north’s longest running weekly soul night!
Feedback, The Wire; Deep house and future garage
One Man to His Wife, Alec Clegg Studio, Stage@Leeds, (opening night) story of a struggling young couple and their turbulence in trying to support what is expected of them and British family life
Fine Art Degree show fundraiser, The Hutch Woodhouse, arty bits for sale, mulled wine and cider, and music from the Vicars of Skiffle
Thursday 29 November
Fuzzy Logic, The Wire; Exactly what you would expect from a mid-week Indie night at Wire. Music to dance your little heart out to. Expect to hear Hot Chip, Best Coast, Talking Heads and the like.
Gentleman’s Dub Club, LUU, ska, dub and roots reggae and 9 piece originally formed in Leeds
Top Gun, LUU, expect a night of power ballads and leather!
Tequila, Mezz club, will you be caught on this weeks video?
Catacomb, Hifi; techno, house, hip hop, funk n soul, drinks £2
Sightseers, Hyde Park Picture House, put it bluntly, fucked up. This isn’t, however, a bad thing; the darker and weirder this film gets, the more deliciously entertaining it becomes. Sure it’s a ‘romantic comedy’ at heart, but don’t say we didn’t warn you when skulls start cracking.
SATURDAY MATINEE, Top Cat, Hyde Park Picture House, 2011 remake of classic cartoon: not exactly everyone’s cup of tea; online critics have called it ‘effortless and cynical’, ‘one of the worst-ever spin-offs of a TV series’, and even ‘upsetting’. Telegraph reviewer Robbie Collins called it ‘a grievous insult not only to the original cartoon but animation in general, and also arguably cats’. It’s not exactly The Godfather, but hey, what else are you going to do with your Saturday afternoon?