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Film: Bicycle Thieves

Spring 2014

28th Jun 2014

Leeds

Howard Assembly Room

Adult ticket: £5

Film: Bicycle Thieves

Synopsis

Bicycle Thieves is a brilliant, tactlessly real work of art.’ The Guardian

A struggling father tries to make ends meet for his wife and young son. When his bicycle is stolen on his first day in a new job posting flyers, he loses his living and sets out to recover his precious bicycle. A landmark of Italian neorealist cinema directed by Vittorio de Sica.

Cert U; 93 Mins; dir. Vittorio De Sica; in Italian with English Subtitles; 1948

Next Performances
Sat 28th Jun Leeds Howard Assembly Room
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Music: Opera North Children’s Concert

Spring 2014

10th Jul 2014

Leeds

Howard Assembly Room

Adult ticket: £7.50

Music: Opera North Children’s Concert

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General booking opens Tuesday 22 April 

I thought it as absolutely wonderful. The children were magicalDavid Dimbleby – Broadcaster

It was lovely to see so many young singers of a very high qualityBachtrack

Join Opera North’s very own Children’s Chorus as they celebrate another year of music making. This varied programme will feature repertoire ranging from traditional folk to ornate baroque. With over 90 members, the Opera North Children’s Chorus are a tour de force not to be missed!

Generously supported by The Liz and Terry Bramall Foundation, The Carntyne Trust, Charles Brotherton Trust, The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust, Sir George Martin Trust, The Holbeck Charitable Trust, Opera North Future Fund, and The Whitaker Charitable Trust. 

 

General booking opens Tuesday 22 April

Next Performances
Thu 10th Jul Leeds Howard Assembly Room
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Leeds

Howard Assembly Room

Adult ticket: £15

Music: A Time and Place - Sam Lee and members of The Unthanks

Cropped_unthanks_photo_rachel_and_becky_portrait Synopsis

'An avid song collector, a folk entrepreneur and singer who sets out to revive lesser-known traditional material in a startlingly unexpected styleGuardian on Sam Lee

'Intimate, epic, overflowing with feeling and musical intelligence' The Independent on The Unthanks

An evening of music inspired by the lives and stories of the generation that witnessed the First World War. Featuring Mercury Prize-nominated singer-songwriter Sam LeeBecky Unthank, Rachel Unthank, Adrian McNally and more artists to be announced, the event also includes video design by Matt Watkins.

Co-produced by the Barbican, sounduk, and Opera North, A Time and a Place is part of the Imperial War Museums Centenary Partnership Programme.

Next Performances
Fri 19th Sep Leeds Howard Assembly Room
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