Wed 24: Digital Lounge with WEA: Who Do You Think WE Are? Family History in Seacroft. Free 8-week course. 12.30–3.30, c/o Vanessa
Sat 27: Seacroft 1914–18 Project stall, Leeds City Museum
Mon 29/Tues 30 (+1st): £3 tickets for The Crucible at West Yorkshire Playhouse.
Tues 7: Leaflets for the Neil Walker Story Prize distributed this week
Thurs 9: Local writer Jaimes Moran launches his book Dare I Disturb the Universe? (with ELFM)
Mon 13: Seacroft 1914–18 book: Steve Aldwin. 7pm, The Fox, Thorner
Tues 14: Appeal for 1914 stories launched – our link to Black History Month
Tues 21: Martin’s Poetry Café. 10.30–12.30, St Richard’s Community Café
Sat 25: Leeds Male Voice Choir: An evening of music from around the British Isles. 7.30pm, St James’s. Tickets £7 or £6. 01132431605
Wed 29: Mazcc Evergreens: Songs from Shows. 2pm, Kentmere Community Centre
Fri 31: Halloween Party. 3–5pm, Digital Lounge
Sat 8: SCLAS present pictures and objects from our 1914 Trench Tour, introduced by Robert Taylor-Marshall and Margaret Barker. Mayfield Farm, 10am–12 noon
Sat 8: Open mike introduced by Bill Askin, with Brian. Plus Andrew Wilde’s Folk and Film. Raffle (proceeds for charity). 7pm, Village Hall
Sat 15: Bill Askin’s Seacroft History walk. Meet 10am, Seacroft Village Hall
Wed 19: Trench Tour – Chapel FM. Dramatic presentation by SCLAS about visiting memorials for Seacroft men who died in the 1914–18 war
Mon 24, Tues 25, Wed 26: £3 tickets for White Christmas at the West Yorks Playhouse – buy any Tuesday, c/o Geraldine 1–3pm, Village Hall
Tues 25: Art Display and Cards for Sale – Christmas Café with Nell, Jean, Joy, Barbara, Jan and Sheila. 1–3pm, Seacroft Village Hall
Sat 29: Scriptophilia, with Peter Spafford and Richard Ormrod. 7pm, The Chapel
Sat 6: Visit the Brontë Museum in Haworth with Geraldine – women readers trip. £10 inc. bus and entry Sun 7: 3 Altos: Christmas Songs. 2–4pm, St James’s Church: £4 or £2.50 at door
Sun 7: 3 Altos: Christmas Songs. 2–4pm, St James’s Church: £4 or £2.50 at the door.
Mon 8: SCLAS poetry and music session – all welcome c/o David Walton. Cricketers Arms
Tues 9: Buy Brad’s book Crime Doesn’t Pay: funds from sales to Help the Heroes. Hosted by Tony with help from David Binns. 7pm, The Monkswood
Sat 13: Seacroft Gala
Wed 17: A Christmas Carol with SCLAS. 7pm, The Chapel (+ gift box nominations)
For more information contact Geraldine: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday Night Live at The Chapel
The studios are all fitted out. The stained glass looks splendid. The organ is tuned. There’s only one thing missing… You! Heads Together and East Leeds FM are proud to announce that Chapel FM —the first-ever dedicated arts centre in East Leeds – opens to the public on Thursday 9 October.
After a full day of opening broadcasts and performances, The Chapel hits the ground running with a full programme of events and training opportunities.
Oct 10: Leeds Concert Orchestra and poet Zodwa Nyoni.
Oct 17: The Housekeeping Society, plus folk singer Sabrina Piggott, with Firm of Poets.
Oct 24: National treasure, poet and performer John Hegley.
Oct 31: The Carnabells, plus ghost stories from Matthew Bellwood and Vickie Orton.
Nov 7: Napoleon III, plus a brand new live radio drama by Sarah Goodyear.
Nov 14: Fold, Polo, plus Cycle of Sound: a sound and word collage.
Nov 21: Singles Club, plus young writers from East Leeds FM.
Nov 28: Poets Char March and Keith Hutson.
To book a ticket (pay what you can), go to: email@example.com
For more information contact Centre Manager, Alison Chandler—either in person at Chapel FM, on 0113 22 55 944 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Latest news and broadcasts are at www.elfm.co.uk