Our next event here at Leeds North West Labour Party is something a little different.
We are welcoming Harry Venning, the creator of Radio 4 and the Guardian’s Clare in the Community.
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Harry will be talking about Clare in the Community and how you can release your inner cartoonist.

Learn how to transform a flat piece of paper into a riot of laughs, an explosion of adventure, a cacophony of sound and a gobsmack of disbelief. All shot through with the real emotion that comes from drawing eyebrows in just the right position.

Discover the many uses of the humble asterisk, how to do a caricature, when to use a speech bubble and what the Eskimo brothers said to each other in my favourite joke ever.

There will be laughs, there will be tears, there will be ventriloquism. Of sorts.

Harry is mainly known for creating Clare who is a social worker with all the right jargon who likes to sort out other people’s problems while ignoring her own. She is white, middle class and heterosexual – but doesn’t like to be reminded of it. She is a control freak but both her personal and professional lives are out of control.

We will also have 2 musical acts playing including Woolpack Studios Mike Sabey’s band The Fortnights. And we hope to soon announce a very special musical act to finish off the bill.

Tickets are £10/£8 concessions

The event is on the 3rd May 7.30 at Headingley HEART. For full details and online booking go to harryvenning.eventbrite.co.uk/

Tickets are also available from Alex Sobel on alex_sobel@hotmail.com or 0797 3397212
Or from our organizer Scott Hardy – scott_hardy@labour.org.uk

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