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8 – 24 February 2013

A great mix of stand-up, theatre, discussion and children’ children’ss shows just for Dave’ Dave’ss Leicester Comedy Festival

Ollie Smith: 27

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Friday 8 February at 8pm £9 / £7

Real rockstars die aged 27. Ollie Smith is 26. He is not a rockstar rockstar.. Y Yet. et.


Balancing on a knife-edge between hilarity and poignancy poignancy, y, and armed with nothing but dry wit and fading dr dreams, eams, Ollie speculates on his own untimely demise in this darkly-comic solo show show,, as he struggles to secure secure his own legend alongside such gr greats eats as Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Amy W inehouse. www Winehouse. 1 hour (no interval). 16+ years. May cause of fence. Some flashing lights (not str offence. strobe) obe) Supported using public funding by the National Lottery thr through ough Arts Council England; cir circuit cuit Live Art Festival (Leicester) and Emerge (Leeds)

Abnormally Funny People


Saturday Saturday 9 February at 8pm £12 / £8

A gr group oup of gifted stand-up comedians strut their funny stuf stuff. f. Some sit down and stand-up, others stand on chairs and stand-up, others simply stand up and stand-up. All but one of them is disabled. They ar aree all funny people. TTonight’s o onight’’s bill includes Steve Da ayy, Liz Carr, Carr, Day, Don Biswas and Steve Best. www 2 hours. 16+ years. May cause of fence offence

Funny Bones Discussion

Sunday 10 February at 2pm

There has been a huge increase increase in the profile profile of disability and disability There awareness recently. recentlyy. This di explores what this means for awareness discussion seminar explores y, and tthe experiences and aspirations of comedians the comedy industry industry, and audiences.

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Silver Stand-up Competition Stand-up

Thursday 14 February at 7pm £5 / £3.50

Following its huge success in 2012, this unique evening will showcase the shortlisted entrants aged 55 and over over,, all vying for the coveted Silver Stand-up and Silver Stand-up Newcomer awar awards. ds. If you have a str ong funny bone and would like strong ike to enter enter,r, contact info@comedy 1 hour 30 mins. 16+ years. Will strong language Will probably probably contain strong

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The short and the long of it … Stand-up

Saturday Saturday 16 February at 8.30pm £10 / £8 A raucous romp romp of rudeness and hilarity that challenges assumptions we all make. This new romantic romantic comedy written and performed by newly-weds Gar Gareth eth Berliner (stand-up comedian) and Kiruna Stamell (comedy actr ess, Life’s Life’’s TToo o oo Short) gives hope actress, in an age of body fascism, wher wheree myths and Hollywood lead us to believe love is only for the traditionally beautiful. www www offence 1 hour (no interval). 16+ years. May cause offence The Gramophones Theatre Company in

End to End Theatre

Sunday 17 February at 8pm £7

From From Land’s Land’s End to John O’Gr O’Groats oats in 18 days by as many modes of transport as neyy, Three women tell the tale of their unique jour possible on just £1 a mile. Three journey, their trials and tribulations, and the unexpected acts of kindness they encounter way. along the way. 1 hour (no interval). 12+ years HandMade Theatre in

The Flying Machine

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For children

Saturday Saturday 23 February at 10am, 11.15am, 1pm and 2pm £5 / £15 par party of four adventure. Be B a member of the Climb aboard aboard the flying machine and get ready ready for a magical adventure. theatre session, with llots of fun props for crew on a journey journey through crew through the skies in this interactive theatre w..handmadetheatr children and their families to play with. www children ounger o cchildr en with an adult welcom 45 minutes (no interval). 4 – 9 years. Y Younger children welcome Supported using public funding by the National Lottery thr through ough Arts Council Englan England

School and community group group sessions available Wednesday February. Wednesday 20 – Friday 22 February.

Paul Currie: Kids’ Comedy

FFamily amily friendly friendly

Sunday 24 February at 3pm £7 / party of four £25 Paul Currie is a skilled puppeteer who has worked on popular kids’ shows mall’, ‘Sesame TTree’, ree’, ‘Big City Park’ and Jim Henson’ ’s such as CBeebies ‘Big & Small’, Henson’s ‘Pajanimals’. Also an accomplished stand-up comedian, circus circus tutor and performer he whole family y. create an hour of fun for the performer,r, Paul uses all his skills to create family. absurdist This is absur dist clowning at its best. Leave all rreasoning easoning at the door - and prepare pr epare for nothing. www hour.. 5+ years 1 hour

For children Beyond Compère presents


Laur Laurence ence Clark: Inspir Inspired ed Sunday 24 February at 8pm £9 / £7 Laurence Laur ence Clark gets called “inspirational” quite a lot - and it off! turns rreally eally ticks him of f! But it tur ns out nothing is quite what it Laurence brought seems. Laur ence br ought this unique show to Embrace as a progress Runner-up work in pr ogress last June. Runner -up in the Amused Moose Comedy A war w ds for best show how w, you can now see it in all its Awards show, post-Edinburgh Fringe glory ryy. www glory. See Laurence’s Laurence’s new show for Edinburgh Festival 2013 at Embrace Arts on Saturday 29 June

Open House 2013

I hour (no interval). 14+ years Commissioned by the London 2012 Festival in partnership with Dave’ Dave’ss Leicester Comedy Festival.

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Saturday Saturday 29 June, 12 noon – 4.30pm fun for all the family ry TTry r some taster arts, crafts craf and dance sessions om across across the region region V Visit isit our crafts market featuring makers fr from Find out mor e about our exciting cr more creative eative courses and workshops Enjoy music at lunchtime Licensed Arts Bar café open For details, visit www or call us on 0116 252 2455.

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Live ar artt Hatch: Scratch 2013 S Sunday unday 9 June, June, 6 6pm pm u until ntil llate at e returns tto Embrace for another Hatch: Scratch returns unpr xpected, unpredictable evening of the unexpected, and unforgettable. See the pe performance art tomorrow, have a chance to sh of tomorrow, shape how it develops, and enjoy oy a drink in the bar with afterwards. www everyone afterwards. .hatchnottin 16+ years. May contain nudity, tain nudity y, strong language loud noises or strong

Dance David Toole o and Lucy Lu Hind in

Extra-Or Extra-Ordinary dinary Friday 17 May at 8pm £10 / £8 extraordinary dinary journey journey A duet. One with no legs. One with no clue. A most extraor of self-discovery awaits acclaimed actor and dancer David avid T o oole and his Toole biggest fan, naïve Lucy cy Hind, in this funny y, moving and poignant production. production. David’s David’s “mesmerising funny, bed by The Daily T e elegraph as one of the highlights of the Paralympics 2012 dancing” was described Telegraph ceremony. opening ceremony. hour. 12+ years 1 hour. W e ar We are forward more e looking forwar d to hosting mor e dance events as part of Leicester’ Leicester’ss Let’ Let’ss Dance Inter International national Festival 2013. Check out

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workshops and performances

Sunday 24 March, March, 11am - 8pm Leicester’ ’s many open mic poetry groups n stage to Y oung o Leicester’s groups give space on Young and Old, the In-Betweens of Place, Language, Body and Mind. Finale with Jean y. Licensed Arts Bar Binta Br eeze, dub poet, patr Breeze, patron on of WORD, mentor to many many. café open for food and drink. Supported by Pic: renaissanceon

Visual V isual art ar t

Gallery open 9.15am – 6pm Monday to Friday

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Exhibitions chitecture Art and ar architecture

Chris Pickup: detail fr from om Urban Surface

Monday 8 April – Friday 17 May chitecture has on art, exploring how buildings Is ar architecture chitecture art? Investigate the influences that ar architecture es works by printmaker can be the inspiration for artists’ work and embedded in their practice. Featur Features Sarah Kirby Richards, painter Maxwell Jackson, architect architect byy, textile artist Ruth Chalk, Chalk sculptor sculpto Steffie Richards, Kirby, Adrian Baynes, and photographers Andy Sunbeam, Chris Pickup and Michael W estmoreland. Westmoreland.

Associated events

Graham Ensor: new work, Abor res e Pr oject Abores Project

Exhibition open evening Thursday 11 April 5pm Talk Talk a by Alan Caine, followed by viewing, 6pm – 8pm

The Figur Figure e in the City Throughout Throughout the exhibition in the window gallery ork k by b Y ear e 10 pupils il from ffrom Judgemeadow Community College Recent work Year

Crafts on sale Perfect for that special gift – or why not treat tr eat yourself? Y o cha Your our chance to buy beautiful and unique works by some of the rregion’s egion’s finest makers in our newly-extended shop in the foyer foyer.. Original prints and car ds now available, cards plus jewellery jewellery,, ceramics, silk scarves, textiles and cushions. T o suit all a To budgets fr om from less than £10 to £100.

Fragment Tuesday T u uesday 28 May – Friday Frid 19 July Three very different different East Midlands Three artists (Amber Gibbs, Joe Moran and explore where where we Kate Dacasto) explore reality of a time of stand within the reality continuous change and fragmentation.

Associated events Preview Pr re eview party Thursday 23 May May, y, 6pm – 8pm

Artists’ talk Wednesday Wednesday 5 June at 2pm With With Amber Gibbs, Joe Moran and Kate Dacasto Joe Moran: Fractur Fracture re – Line

Best practice A pr programme ogramme of continuing pr professional ofessional development events for visual artists. Limited places so please book in advance

Airtime Wednesday Wednesday 27 February at 2.30pm Discuss current current issues in the visual arts with other artists, curators and art organisations at this free free event from from AIR, the voice of visual and applied artists. 3 hours

Protect Pr rotect o Your Your o IP with Villayat ‘Wolf’ Sunkmanitu Wednesday March W ednesday 13 Mar ch at 1.30pm more property Discover mor e about intellectual pr operty (IP) issues such as artists’ rights, social networking and data mining. Plus how to make a web album to showcase work. www 2 hours

Meet the Artist: Graham Ensor Monday 19 – Friday 30 August (weekdays), 11am – 2pm Another opportunity to see an artist in action. Pop in to meet Graham and talk to him about his work.

Sculptur Sculpture e in the Gar Garden den 2013: A Change of Heart Sunday Sunday 3 30 0 JJune une – S Sunday unday 2 27 7O October c to b e r ’s annual exhi Garden The 12th year of the University of Leicester’ Leicester’s exhibition in the Botanic Garden in Oadby y, curated for the t second time by Almuth T e ebben ebbenhoff FRBS. Oadby, Tebbenhoff

The £1.5 million new galleries appeal An innovative space accessible to all for sculpture, workshops and events. Please help us extend our home at the Richard Attenborough centre to create a new wing for contemporary visual arts. Every £10 donated will attract a £7.50 match from Arts Council England. To support the appeal or for more information, contact Ave v Vinick at 0116 252 2176 or

The Arts Council England interest-free loan scheme, the easy and affordable way to buy and collect contemporary art and craft on sale in exhibitions at Embrace Arts.

Typical Typical y 0% AP APR Subject ubject to status. T Terms erms e and conditions apply. apply. Applicants must be at least 18 years old. mbrace Arts is a licensed br roker o Embrace broker of Own Art loans. Register ed addr re ess: Registered address: Embrace Arts, University of Leicester r, Leicester, Richar rd Attenborough Attenborough centre, centre, Richard PO Box 138, Lancaster Road, Leicester LE1 7HA.

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Family Family friendly friendly 29 May – 9 June 2013

Krazy Kat Theatre in

The Waving Wa aving Cat of Japan Wednesday Wednesday 29 May at 11am and 2.30pm £7 / party of four £25 A tropical tropical storm, a wicked sorceress, sorceress, a not-so-smart Prince and three three tricky tasks to perform ckilyy, Maneki Neko – the waving cat – is on hand to help in this before before midnight? Yikes! Yikes! Luckily, Luckily visually-exciting new Japanese-style fantasy with actors, puppets, music and magic tricks. oughout. www w.krazykattheatr With throughout. With fully-integrated sign language thr 50 minutes. 3 – 7 years Supported using public funding by the National Lottery thr through ough Arts Council England, and the Esmée Fairbur Fairburn n Foundation. Pic: Ter e esa O’Neil

Ta ailored creative movement sessions for disabled young people (4 – 16 years) and their families / carers by Tu urned On Its Head. Sundays 24 February and 17 March, 3pm – 5pm. £5 per child per session; accompanying adults free

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Shiny Sunday 2 June at 10.30am and 2pm £7 / party of four £25 Watch W a atch with amazement as all that glitters, shines and sparkles unfolds e your very eyes in this new interactive performance for under 4s before befor yyminska. ents / carers carers from from Liz Clark and Oksana T parents Tyminska. and their par 1 hour. hour. For 6 months – 4 years

Nottingham Playhouse Roundabout 40th Anniversary production

White Peacock by Gill Brigg Satur day 8 June at 10.15am and 1.30pm £5 / party of four £15 Saturday In the moonlit gar den, dip your feet in the pond, lie under Sam’ garden, Sam’ss favourite tr ee, shelter in his den fr om the storm. Shar tree, from Share e the tingle of excitement of a first kiss, and discover something amazing about the white peacock. White Peacock is a participatory play for audiences of just six young people and six micro-theatre, and offers offers a unique experience companions in a purpose-built micro-theatre, rich in action, colour r, sound, ttouch and emotion. www colour, ofound learning learning disabilities and autism 50 minutes. For 11+ years with pr profound Supported by ACE Strategic T Touring our ouring o and Nottingham Playhouse

For information on our other Spark Festival events visit www

SEN school and community group group sessions available on Thursday 6 and Friday 7 June.

Local music

Embrace Arts is pleased to support local music on behalf of the University of Leicester

Our associated group group p scheme is open to any Leicester Leicester-based r--b -based amateur or semi-professional semi-professional music group. group. For more more details, please contact Leicestershire Leicestershir e Chorale: O Eve!

Knighton Chamber Or chestra Orchestra

y, Fraser Noble Hall Saturday 16 February, February at 8pm £10 (£12 at the door) / £5 / £1

Conductor: Paul Jenkins

Choral and secular works from from composers as diverse as Byrd, Byrd, Esenvalds and La Rocca. 1 hour 15 minutes plus post-concert refreshments refreshments Brian Humpherson Quintet with Nicole van de Kuinder (vocals)

Saturday 22 June, Fraser Noble Hall at 7.30pm £8 / £6 nold): Bruch: Romance for V iola (soloist Mirka Ar Viola Arnold): Sibelius: The Swan of T uonela (soloist Linda Tuonela Backhouse); Shostakovitch: Piano Concerto No 2 (soloist Marguerite Beetson) and Brahms Symphony No 2. 2 hours 15 minutes

Friday 8 March at 7.30pm £8 / £6 Featuring Don Blakeson: trumpet; Chris W right: Wright: saxophone; Martin Slipp: bass and Dougie W right: Wright: drums. 2 hours Parkin Pr esents Presents Friday 15 March and Saturday 22 June Each gig at 8pm £6 / £4 Cherry-picked piano pop. 2 hours 45 minutes

e! Cantamici: Blessed Cecilia, Appear and Inspir Inspire! Saturday 29 June, Fraser Noble Hall at 7.30pm £10 / £8 / £3 (under 19s) Choral music fr om Benjamin Britten and Argentinian from folk music and rhythms of the Missa Criolla, complete with per cussion band. 2 hours percussion Bar di Symphony Or chestra Bardi Orchestra Conductor: Paul Hilliam

Knighton Chamber Or chestra Orchestra udor Choir u Choi with The T Tudor Conductor: Paul Jenkins Saturday 20 April, Fraser Noble Hall at 7.30pm £8 / £6 ’s The Glory of Mozart: An evening of Mozart’ Mozart’s arias, his Oboe Concerto and the Requiem. 2 hours 30 minutes www University of Leicester Sinfonia Conductor: Michael Sackin; Leader: Elizabeth Murphy with Jonathon W akefield (flute) Wakefield Saturday 15 June, Fraser Noble Hall at 7.30pm £8 / £6 Pr emier of Flute Concerto by Sonja Grossner, Grossnerr, Premier ny V a ariations; Beethoven: plus Brahms: St Anthony Variations; e – Egmont; and Brahms: Symphony No 3 Overtur Overture in F major major.. 2 hours

Bar di Y o oung Musician’s Musician’’s Concert Series Ser 2013 Bardi Young nday 7 July y, Fraser Noble Hall Sunday July, at 2.30pm £10 / £8 / £3 (under 19s) Pr oviding performance opportunities and a Providing showcase for the talents of young players in cesterr, Leicestershir e and Rutland. 2 hours 30 Leicester Leicester, Leicestershire minutes. These events ar are e pr produced oduced and managed by the performers and hosted by the University of Leicester Leicester.. Performances ar are e at Embrace Arts unless otherwise stated.

Student music For information on the University’ University’ss five student music societies, contact Details of their concerts fr from om the Embrace Arts box office

The Arts Bar is the licensed café bar at Embrace Arts. Run by the University of Leicester Leicester, r, it is ope open fr from om 10am to 8.30pm Mondays to Fridays and at weekends when ther there e ar are e performances and classes, subject to change.


Supported by EM Jazz, PRS for Music Foundation and Jazz Services

Leicester Jazz House presents

Pic: Russ Escritt

Andrew Andr ew w McCormack T Trio rio r Friday 1 February at 8pm £10 Pianist and composer Andr Andrew ew McCormack returns retur ns to Embrace with his curr current ent trio (Chris Hill – bass and T Troy roy Miller – drums) to perform tracks fr from om their new CD and other tunes. www

John Turville Turville u T Trio rrio Friday 1 Mar March ch at 8pm £10 John Turville Turville u Whitford – piano, Dave Whitfor d – bass and Ben Reynolds - drums elease of a new rrecording, ecording, ‘Conception’, whose John celebrates the rrelease from om contemporary classical music, tango and unique sound ranges fr einterpreted versions of George Shearing and poignant jazz ballads to rreinterpreted Radiohead’ss ‘Scatterbrain’. www a striking cover of Radiohead’

Robert Mitchell – solo piano Friday 5 April at 8pm £8 tour, r, the award-winning award-winning pianist and Steinway On his first solo tour from Artist performs material fr om his new album ‘The Glimpse’, es his new compositions for left hand only, onlyy, features which featur ed by the few who established this approach approach and the inspired inspir social history of left handers. www

Alan Bar Barnes nes – saxophones / clarinet and John Horler - piano Friday 3 May at 8pm £10 Virtuoso multi-instrumentalist and LJH regular Virtuoso regular Alan Barnes Bar nes this time plays with pianist John Horler, Horler, who is probably pr obably best known for his long collaboration with John Dankworth and Cleo Laine. www. www. johnhorler

Season ticket just £30 for all 4 gigs - save £8 on full-price tickets Hot and cold food available. Licensed bar. bar. All gigs last 2 hours 30 minutes

Classical music The Coull Quartet Both concerts start at 7.30pm £15 / £12

Friday 15 February: Russian Winter Life and death, masterly entertainment and a true lost ht’’s pr masterpiece ar are e all part of tonight’ tonight’s programme ogramme fr from om this popular chamber ensemble: Glazunov: Prelude Prelude and Fugue in D minor; Shostakovich: Quartet No 11 in F minor op 122; Haydn: Quartet in F op 77 no 2; Tchaikovsky: Tchaikovsky: c Qua Quartet No 3 in E flat minor op 30. Roger Coull and Philip Gallaway – violins; Rose R ose Redgrave Redgrave – viola; Nick Roberts – cello Pic: Danielle King

1 hour 55 minutes

Friday 10 May: That’s That’’s Life

Exuberance, energy, energyy, wit and wisdom wisd all feature three ee musical geniuses at feature in these works, produced produced by thr different stages in their car different careers: eers: Haydn: Quartet in E flat op 76 no 6; Britten: Quartet no 1 in D op 25; Schumann: Quartet in F op 41 no 2. 1 hour 40 minutes Pic: Jack Liebeck

Free Free lunchtime Soundbites

Charles Owen: lunchtime piano recital recital Wednesday Wednesday 17 April at 1pm £7 The critically-acclaimed piano virtuoso Charles Owen rreturns eturns to Embrace for this year’ year’ss lunchtime rrecital ecital supported by The Er nest Mathieson Bequest, playing: Ernest Bach: Partita no 3 in A minor BWV 827; Brahms: Eight Piano Pieces op 76; Skriabin: Sonata in G sharp minor op 19. www 60 minutes (no interval)

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Leicester Jazz House: Andrew McCormack Trio Ollie Smith: 27 Abnormally Funny People Funny Bones Silver Stand-up Competition The Coull Quartet: Russian Winter The short and the long of it … Leicestershire Chorale The Gramophones Theatre Company: End to End HandMade Theatre: The Flying Machine

Jazz Comedy Comedy Comedy Comedy Classical music Comedy Local music Comedy Comedy

£10 £9 / £7 £12 / £8 FREE £5 / £3.50 £15 / £12 £10 / £8 £10 / £5 / £1 £7 £5 / £15 for 4

Paul Currie Tur u ned On Its Head movement session Laurence Clark: Inspired Airtime

8pm 8pm 8pm 2pm 7pm 7.30pm 8.30pm 8pm FNH 8pm 10am / 11.15am / 1pm / 2pm 3pm 3pm 8pm 2.30pm

Comedy Taake Part Comedy Visual art

£7 / £25 for 4 £5 £9 / £7 FREE

Leicester Jazz House: John Turville Trrio Brian Humpherson Quintet Protect Your o IP I Parkin Presents Tur u ned On Its Head movement session SPRING

8pm 7.30pm 1.30pm 8pm 3pm 11am - 8pm

Jazz Local music Visual art Local music Taake Part Spoken word

£10 £8 / £6 FREE £6 / £4 £5 FREE

Leicester Jazz House: Robert Mitchell Art and Architecture exhibition Art and Architecture: talk and open evening Charles Owen: lunchtime piano recital udor Choir Knighton Chamber Orchestra with The Tu

8pm opens 5pm - 8pm 1pm 7.30pm FNH

Jazz Visual art Visual art Classical music Local music

£8 FREE FREE £7 £8 / £6

Leicester Jazz House: Alan Barnes and John Horler The Coull Quartet: artet: That’’s Life David To oole aand Lucy Hind: Extra-Ordinary Fragment exhibition Krazy Kat Theatre: The Waving Cat of Japan

8pm 7.30pm 8pm opens 11am / 2.30pm

Jazz Classical music Dance Visual art For children

£10 £15 / £12 £10 / £8 FREE £7 / £25 for 4

Tur u ned On Its Head: Shiny Fragment: artists’ talk Nottingham Playhouse Roundabout: White Peacock Hatch: Scratch 2013 University of Leicester Sinfonia Knighton Chamber Orchestra Parkin Presents Open House 2013 Cantamici Choir

10.30am / 2pm 2pm 10.15am / 1.30pm 6pm 7.30pm FNH 7.30pm FNH 8pm 12pm - 4.30pm 7.30pm FNH

For children Visual art For children Live art Local music Local music Local music Special event Local music

£7 / £25 for 4 FREE £5 / £15 for 4 FREE £8 / £6 £8 / £6 £6 / £4 FREE £10 / £8 / £3

Bardi Yo oung M Musician’’s Concert Series 2013

2.30pm FNH

Local music

£10 / £8 / £3

11am - 2pm

Visual art


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Embrace Arts What's on Spring 2013  

February - August 2013 performances at Embrace Arts, the University of Leicester's arts centre - open to all.

Embrace Arts What's on Spring 2013  

February - August 2013 performances at Embrace Arts, the University of Leicester's arts centre - open to all.