Yorkshire Life : 2020-10-01

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ART ‘The LBT literally gave me the key and said “explore the building”. It’s been absolutely incredible. It’s a huge maze with wooden beams in the roof and some beautiful areas in the basement – even the boiler room has beautiful architectu­re, colours and lighting. These are spaces that audiences would never normally see, but they’ll now have the chance.’ Conforming to social distancing rules during rehearsals and filming has been made easier, he says, because this is a piece for one dancer. Ticket holders will receive a screening link via email so that they can see the show from their homes on the day of their booked performanc­e. Each link will expire after 24 hours. UNTIL NOVEMBER MATERIAL ENCOUNTERS The artworks in this show are made from a diverse range of materials, such as bronze, wax, perspex, paper and… er… rice cakes? Artists include Anthony Caro, Naum Gabo, Anthea Hamilton and Bridget Riley. Hepworth Wakefield 01924 247360 hepworthwa­kefield.org UNTIL NOVEMBER 1ST LINES OF BEAUTY: MASTER DRAWINGS FROM CHATSWORTH Chatsworth at Sheffield Museums: Alessandro Bonvicino, called Moretto da Brescia, A woman’s head with braided hair, 16th century Lawrence Batley Theatre 01484 430528 thelbt.org This exhibition, created in partnershi­p with Chatsworth, showcases 50 works from the Devonshire collection of Old Master drawings. You know the type of thing: work from Carpaccio, Poussin, Rembrandt, Rubens and Van Dyck, who only happen to be the most significan­t artists of the last 500-odd years. As you can probably guess, it’s work that doesn’t get out much, so this major exhibition – featuring portraitur­e, landscapes, classical and religious narratives – is the largest display of the drawings in more than 20 years. OCTOBER 31–NOVEMBER 20 WHAT A CARVE UP! An online performanc­e of a murder mystery, based on Jonathan Coe’s award-winning satirical novel, which was itself a swipe at the Conservati­ve/Thatcherit­e politics of the 1980s. Ticket holders will receive a screening link via email so that they can see the show from their homes on the day of their booked performanc­e. Each link will expire after 48 hours. Lawrence Batley Theatre 01484 430528 thelbt.org Millennium Gallery, Sheffield museums-sheffield.org.uk UNTIL SEPTEMBER 2021 SEASCAPES & RIVERVIEWS ONLINE The Cooper has been open again since August, which means you can now get stuck into this free exhibition which does exactly what it says on the tin. Work includes a hurricane by Eugene Isabey to a view of the Tigris by David Muirhead Bone. CONNECTED An audio drama series from theatre company Red Ladder, featuring the thoughts of two blokes, Paul and Danny, who usually meet for a weekly drink down the pub after work. Of course, this is 2020, which is turning out to be most unusual – so it’s really about the realities of the pandemic and lockdown. Available on Red Ladder’s Podcast (via podcasting apps) and also via Soundcloud on the Red Ladder website. Written by Chris O’Connor and Paul Fox, and performed by Stevie Ward and Paul Fox. The Cooper Art Gallery, Barnsley cooper-gallery.com Federico Zuccaro, head and shoulders of a bearded man wearing a cap, possibly a self-portrait, 16th–17th Century STREAMING SEPTEMBER 28–OCTOBER 18 LOCKED DOWN. LOCKED IN. BUT LIVING. Three choreograp­hers – Jordan James Bridge, Daniel de Andrade and Gary Clarke – present an online dance show exploring the theme of isolation caused by the pandemic. We’ve spoken to Grimethorp­eborn Clarke for an interview elsewhere in this issue, who says his segment has been inspired by the story of Alice in Wonderland, and is a work which has been filmed in all areas of the building. So it’s further unleashed his creativity. ‘I’ve been like a child in a sweet shop,’ says Clarke. 0113 245 5311 redladder.co.uk COLLECTIVE ACTS The York Theatre Royal’s programme of activities and digital events to keep people busy until its doors open again. Includes the Lock Down Legends Challenge (a series of theatrical challenges open to everyone, just for fun) and the Railway Children audiobook. York Theatre Royal yorktheatr­eroyal.co.uk/be-part-of-it/ collective-acts/ Northern Ballet at Lawrence Batley 182 Yorkshire Life: October 2020 Š

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