Episode 003 of Seat B1*, the podcast for the arts in Halifax, West Yorkshire is now available for download from iTunes – follow this link – or from your preferred podcast provider. Alternatively, listen directly to the podcast below.
Once again we bring you a carefully curated selection of what’s happening in the arts in Halifax. In episode 003 – that focuses upon March 2019 – you will find…
- A preview of some of films being shown at Square Chapel Arts Centre in the next few weeks; Capernaum, The Aftermath, Fisherman’s Friends, Ray & Liz and Border with Steve Archer and Jeremy Walker
- Rubber gloves? Kristina Baker and Rosi Gemmell chat about the Halifax Writing Room that meets weekly at the Calderdale Industrial Museum. Kristina also reads some of her own poetry.
- A visit to I.O.U., Halifax’s most innovative arts organisation as Joanne Wain and her team prepare for their new ‘Rear View 360’ virtual reality installation that is coming to Halifax at the end of March
- The podcast finishes, appropriately, in Finnish, courtesy of Emma Ruhkala.
- This month’s guest presenter is Sue Russell
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Don’t forget to come back in April for episode 004 of Seat B1: The Halifax Arts Podcast.
[* If you were wondering where the name comes from… Seat B1 is the seat in the Copper Auditorium at Square Chapel Arts Centre that is normally reserved for one the volunteer ushers. It’s a nod in the direction of the people who have made this podcast possible; the volunteers at Square Chapel.]