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Some things for the weekend (Jan 13-15)

Time to crawl out of your depressing little hole and snap out of it

Written by . Published on January 12th 2012.


Some things for the weekend (Jan 13-15)

Friday: Situationist Sense and Sensibility
It's mood movie watching.

Celebrating two decades since Jane Austen, the mother of witty, whimsical and stubborn female characters, published her first novel, Sudley House is screening the 1995 adaptation of Sense and Sensibility, directed by Ang Lee and starring Emma Thompson.

Sense and Sensibility, published in 1811, was Austen's first published work under a pseudonym. Take yourself back to southwest England circa 1792 and experience the life and loves of the Dashwood sisters, Elinor and Marianne, daughters of their father Henry's second wife, Mrs. Dashwood.

This screening will include subtitles. Please collect a ticket from the Welcome Desk on the day.
*Screening with subtitles: Sense and Sensibility, Sudley House, Mossley Hill Road, Friday January 13, 3.30pm, free entry

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Saturday: 10 bands, 10 minutes
10 Bands 10 Minutes is back at the Kazimier this Saturday night - this time with a Neil Young tribute.

(Click here to add text)Neil YoungIf you don't know the deal - 10 bands each do a 10 minute set and, for one night only, cram in a Neil Young song of their choice.

The bands are:  Married to the Sea
House That Jack Built
Neil Jung & Big Divorce
Mark Morriss
The Loose Moose String Band
Joe Keelan
Novice Mathematic
Stephen Hudson & The Fiat Pandas
Dutch Marathon
David Broad

As usual, the Kazimier's  resident illustrator, Simon Turner, will be selling limited edition gig posters.

*10 Bands, 10 Minutes, Kazimier, Wolstenholme Square, L1, Saturday, January 14, 8pm. £4

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Friday: The Art Of Falling Apart
Bringing their trademark ferociously-paced, wilfully anarchic comic theatre to a piece of intricate storytelling about how we all cope with just being alive, The Art Of Falling Apart sees a number of out-of-kilter lives interweave within a city on the edge of badly organised chaos.

ArttFollowing on from previous sell-out shows such as Insomnobabble, Dark Grumblings and The Friendship Experiment, Big Wow breeze into Unity Theatre this January with this brand new comedy.

Performed by Tim Lynskey and Matt Rutter, scripted and directed by Robert Farquhar (Dead Heavy Fantastic) with soundscapes by Simon James (Wizards of Twiddly).
*The Art Of Falling Apart, Unity Theatre, Hope Place, Friday January 13, from 8pm, tickets £10

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Sunday: Make plans for Nigel
For over quarter of a century, Nigel Kennedy has been acknowledged as one of the world’s leading violin virtuosos and is, without doubt one of the most important violinists Britain has ever produced.

His masterful technique, unique talent and mass appeal have brought fresh perspectives to both the classical and contemporary repertoire. We thought it was Vanessa May, but only in a tight frock and heels.

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Kennedy was attacked for his approach to classical music by John Drummond in 1991, who called him "a Liberace for the Nineties" and criticised his "ludicrous clothes and grotesque, self-invented accent."

Whether you buy into the bad-boy image of theviolin virtuoso or not, you can still enjoy his music at the Philharmonic Hall. This special performance feature members of Nigel Kennedy’s band and Orchestra of Life; as well as his new composition, the Four Elements, Kennedy will perform his new interpretation of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.
*Nigel Kennedy, Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street, Sunday January 15, from 7.30pm, tickets from £39.50


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Sax & ViolinsJanuary 13th 2012.

By gad the Philharmonic tickets are more expensive than the last time I saw Nigel Kennedy there - mind you it was in the 1980s. He was still wearing white tie in those days.

DigJanuary 14th 2012.

Fancied that at The Kazimier tonight. Alas, my work commitments still restrict my weekend fun.

Liverpool wagJanuary 14th 2012.

You're back!

DigJanuary 16th 2012.

I've never been away. Just been quiet. Never stopped reading!

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