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Jason Cook... Did he ever look this young? Proof that nothing ages you like fame.
Jason Cook... Did he ever look this young? Proof that nothing ages you like fame.
Dean Clough Comedy Night
Hugely popular monthly comedy nights with top performers from the UK national circuit.
Tickets £10. Free ticket for table of eight (ie £70) via the box office on 01422 255266.
All performances start at 8.00pm. Bar available between performances.
(Details of pre-gig meals available on info@thechefsschool.co.uk or telephone 01422 366516)

NEXT GIG on FRIDAY, 17th OCTOBER 2014 with...

GORDON SOUTHERN - "Razor sharp wit and cavernous imagination" (The Evening Standard)
RORY O'HANLAN - "A joke every 40 seconds." (The Irish Times)
JASON COOK - “Geordie Genius" (Time Out)

Upcoming gigs:
Friday 21st Nov - Phil Nichol, Chris Martin & Martin Mor
Friday 12th Dec - Gavin Webster, Carl Donnelly & Andrew Rayn
Friday Jan 23rd (2015) - Katherine Ryan, tbc, tbc

Features adult material. Performance details may change.


New menu with Curry, Pizzas and Koftas available to pre-order!
Freshly cooked on the premises and served between 6.00pm and 7.30pm.

• Chicken Korma Curry
• Served on a bed of boiled rice, accompanied with warm pitta bread and homemade chutneys – £ 7.50

• Vegetable Rogan Josh Curry
• Served on a bed of boiled rice, accompanied with warm Pitta bread and homemade chutneys – £ 7.50

• Ciabatta Pizzas with a mixed salad.
• Choose from–
• Roasted vegetables and halloumi cheese topped with mozzarella – £6.50
• Slow roasted pulled pork with BBQ sauce, peppers and topped with mozzarella – £6.50
• Spanish chorizo, salami, red onion topped with mozzarella and black olives – £6.75

• Sharing Platter for two
• Onion bhajis, vegetable samosas, lamb koftas, naan bread, olives with mixed salad and fresh yogurt dip – £9.50

Please pre-order your food choices and reserve your table by phone or email. If you have a large party that you would like us to cater for do not hesitate to contact us on 01422 366516 or via info@thechefsschool.co.uk


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Tim Whitehead
Tim Whitehead
Turner and the Thames
Turner and the Thames
Friday, 7th November 2014
8.00pm in the Crossley Gallery
Ticket price: £15 (12 concs)

With Tim Whitehead on sax, Jonathan Gee on piano, Winston Clifford on drums, and Oli Hayhurst on double bass (featuring a simultaneous screening of a film by Mike Dibbs)

Four of the UK's leading jazz performers tour Tim Whitehead's new work commissioned by the London Jazz Festival last year. This celebration of London's great river and Turner's lifelong relationship with it, is a journey through eight locations painted by the great English artist. The suite is based on improvisations made by Tim at each location - when he was filmed by filmed by Mike Dibb, who is well known for his Channel 4 films on Miles Davis and Keith Jarrett.

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Roger Beaujolais... sounds like a Londoner; but born in Harrogate!
Roger Beaujolais... sounds like a Londoner; but born in Harrogate!
Roger Beaujolais Quartet
Roger Beaujolais Quartet
Saturday, 22nd November 2014
8.00pm in the Crossley Gallery
Ticket price: £12 (£10 concs)

With Roger Beaujolais on vibes, Robin Aspland on piano, Julian Bury on bass and Winston Clifford on drums.

The celebrated vibraphone player, Roger Beaujolais, was born in Harrogate - but left for the south of England after two years ("It wasn't MY idea," he insists); still, the 22nd November IS his birthday and it seemed a suitable occasion to bring vibes into the Crossley Gallery for the first time in over 20 years of Dean Clough's jazz season.

Expect melodic swing, Latin-pulse hard bop, some funk and some blues. Here is Dave Gelly's review of Beaujolais's last album in the Observer: "With a long career taking in jump-jive and acid jazz along the way, Roger Beaujolais has quietly emerged as an essential player on Britain's jazz scene. His technique on the vibraphone is masterly, and his mature style is so broadly based that he can switch from funk to delicate ballad in an instant, without the least strain. His choice of material reflects this, including numbers by Wes Montgomery, Chick Corea and Milton Nascimento, along with three of his own, all arranged with deceptive simplicity."

promotional video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ql7efs-qIA8

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Young or old, athletic or sedentary - Tai Chi is designed for you!
Young or old, athletic or sedentary - Tai Chi is designed for you!
Tai Chi
The Corner House @ Dean Clough
Every Tuesday 12.30pm to 1.30pm

Calm mind: Strong body!

Specialist guidance in Tai Chi sessions held by Marsha from Tai Chi Tigers. Tai Chi strengthens muscles, improves balance and co-ordination and is good for blood pressure and posture. First timers welcome to come and watch before committing to a six-week session. Ring Marsha on 07810 094395.

SPECIAL OFFER of £30.00 for a six-week course fee (ie £5.00 per session). PLEASE NOTE: This event is not available via the internet. Booking is via the telephopne number above and payment is made on the day.

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Image by Keith Hanselman
Image by Keith Hanselman
Life Drawing
A regular life-drawing session takes place at Dean Clough every Monday (excluding Bank Holidays).

Convened by painter in residence Doug Binder, the sessions run from 10.30 to 12.30 in the morning and from 1.30 to 3.30 in the afternoon.

Bring your own materials. Fees are £5.50 per session (ie £11.00 for the whole day).

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Michael LeCount (l) and Tony Priestman (r)
(pic: Lorne Campbell)
Michael LeCount (l) and Tony Priestman (r) (pic: Lorne Campbell)
The Dean Clough Lego brick model
The Dean Clough Lego brick model will eventually use around a million bricks, be 35 foot long and have a chimney that's over 7 foot high.

RIGHT NOW, though, it's a 'mere' 15 foot long... and actually it's still pretty stunning.

Lego modellers Michael LeCount and Tony Priestman are at present studiously crafting the landscape around the East end of the half-mile site that used to be the world's largest carpet mill. You can see how it is progressing - for free - at any time during the normal gallery hours of 9.30am to 5.00pm, seven days a week.

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