Around the world of movies in 15 days! From Japan to the Far East, a diverse selection of films are celebrated at Leeds International Film Festival. A rare opportunity to see old favourites such as Flash Gordon: Space Soldiers as well as previews; and for budding film directors to attend workshops and seminars. Headlining the festival is the premiere of Kay Mellor's Girls' Night, starring Brenda Blethyn and Julie Walters.

To 31 Oct at The Town Hall, Leeds (0113-247 8389)

The mellifluous sound of Morcheeba struck a chord with trip-hopping enthusiasts and ensured the success of their first album, Who Can You Trust? Described by David Byrne as "dark, dreamy and deep", Morcheeba will be joined by mo-waxers Attica Blues for the tour of their second album, Shoulder Holster.

Shepherds Bush Empire W12 (0181-740 7474), 8pm, pounds 10

The unusual exhibition Glass, Light and Space explores the innovative contributions made by artists and craftspeople to 20th century architecture.

To 30 Nov at the Crafts Council, London N1 9BY (0171-278 7700)

For those who know a bargain when they see one, the Designer Fabric Warehouse Sale cannot fail to disappoint. With an abundance of quality fabrics left over from designer commissions, on sale at a fraction of the original price, you can well afford to get excited. To Sat. The Worx, 45 Balfe Street, London N1 (0171-278 8307)

To see the band behind the music from the most recent Levi's ad, take a trip to The Blue Note. Smoke City (above) will be trilling their blend of sultry Latin beats and jazz and hip hop rhythms which shot "Underwater Love" to the top of the charts.

New Beats at Blue Note, 1 Hoxton Square, N1 (0171-729 8440) pounds 7.