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The Hottest New Theatre Work with Furnace Festival at WYP The Superposition Presents ASMbly Lab 2017: The Summer Sci-Art Festival EatNorth: The New Weekly Street Food Market
 
The Hottest New Theatre Work with Furnace Festival at WYP

The Hottest New Theatre Work with Furnace Festival at WYP

  Furnace (11-23 Sept) is West Yorkshire Playhouse’s festival of locally created, small scale studio work which supports and develops writers, directors and actors born, raised or living in Yorkshire. Celebrating the best new work at all stages of development, this two week-long festival is an eclectic celebration of new theatre, fresh ideas and audacious […]

The Hottest New Theatre Work with Furnace Festival at WYP
The Superposition Presents ASMbly Lab 2017: The Summer Sci-Art Festival

The Superposition Presents ASMbly Lab 2017: The Summer Sci-Art Festival

Looking for something unusual to do this summer holiday? Interested in disassembling toys, fiddling with microscopes or printing with sunlight? Then head along to ASMbly , science and maker festival taking place in the St John’s Centre from 26th July to 6th August. This curious mixture of interactive science museum, laboratory and studio space offers […]

The Superposition Presents ASMbly Lab 2017: The Summer Sci-Art Festival
EatNorth: The New Weekly Street Food Market

EatNorth: The New Weekly Street Food Market

The team behind the Leeds Indie Food festival have recently announced a brand new project: EatNorth. Starting on 17 June, the new project will be a weekly food fair located at the North Brewing Co taproom in Sheepscar, just outside the city centre – so that keen foodies can grab a bite of Leeds Indie […]

EatNorth: The New Weekly Street Food Market
Sing ON Taster Sessions

Sing ON Taster Sessions

18 July 2017

    Opera North is holding free taster sessions for its new Sing ON programme in two North Leeds venues on Tuesday 25th July at St Barnabas Church, Alwoodley, 10.15 – 11.45am, and Oakwood Church (New Room), 3 – 4.30pm. Sing ON is a programme of weekly music and singing activity for adults over 55. […]

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Maggie’s Culture Crawl: Take a Walk on the Cultural Side

Maggie’s Culture Crawl: Take a Walk on the Cultural Side

18 July 2017

  On Friday 29th September, Culture Crawl Leeds will take you on a fabulous 10k route around the city, raising money for Maggie’s Yorkshire, and uncovering history, art and culture, with exclusive night access to some amazing buildings. After registration and entertainment at Holy Trinity Church, there will be an exclusive experience at Leeds City […]

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Call for Artists: Shining a Light on Northern Art

Call for Artists: Shining a Light on Northern Art

18 July 2017

New Light 2017, the most talked about Prize Exhibition in the North, is open for entries until 31st July. Organisers are calling for contemporary Northern artists to apply for this high profile exhibition, which boasts some of the region’s largest art awards, totalling more than £15,000. Shortlisted artists will feature in the New Light Prize […]

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Jazz Leeds Festival

Jazz Leeds Festival

17 July 2017

    As part of Leeds Music Festival 2017, Seven Jazz will be branching out from Chapel Allerton into the City Centre on Thurs 3 Aug with a programme made up of six live performances and an educational workshop. Millennium Square will be hosting a range of free music throughout the day and the Carriageworks […]

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Leeds Trinity Highest in Region for Employability

Leeds Trinity Highest in Region for Employability

17 July 2017

  Leeds Trinity University is the highest performing university in Yorkshire and Humberside for employability, with 96.8% of students employed, or in further study, within six months of graduation. The figures come from the 2016 Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey and it places Leeds Trinity above all other universities in the region […]

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Palestine Jazz: Nai Barghouti and Mohamed Najem & Friends at Howard Assembly Room

Palestine Jazz: Nai Barghouti and Mohamed Najem & Friends at Howard Assembly Room

14 July 2017

  Moving seamlessly between Arabic music and Jazz, two of the most exciting musicians to emerge from the cultural renaissance in Palestine join forces at Howard Assembly Room on Thurs 27 July. Nai Barghouti captured hearts last year when she toured with the Palestine Youth Orchestra, at sold out concerts across the UK. This year, […]

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Made in Leeds Reporter Scoops Top RTS Award

Made in Leeds Reporter Scoops Top RTS Award

13 July 2017

  Mark Kielesz-Levine was recently awarded the Yorkshire Royal Television Society ‘News or Current Affairs Reporter’ Award. Mark is presenter and anchor for Made in Leeds’ daily news programme ‘On The Aire’. The ‘On The Aire’ team was shortlisted for ‘News or Current Affairs Story’. Mark being shortlisted last year in the ‘Reporter of the […]

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Choreographer Gary Clarke Brings LGBT History “Into the Light”

Choreographer Gary Clarke Brings LGBT History “Into the Light”

13 July 2017

  A spectacular new dance piece by award-winning choreographer Gary Clarke will present a fast-forward version of LGBT history, in a moving and riotous performance commemorating the 50 year anniversary of the start of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK. Yorkshire Dance has produced ‘Into The Light’ for Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s […]

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Oakwood Craft Market Celebrates its First Birthday

Oakwood Craft Market Celebrates its First Birthday

07 July 2017

Oakwood Craft Market, held the last Saturday of every month at Oakwood Clock, is celebrating a great first year with  special events on 29th July, 12-7pm. Following the hugely successful Farmers Market run by REAP, Oakwood Traders & Residents Association wanted to offer the community a craft market to support up-and-coming artists and crafters. The market […]

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The Hepworth Wakefield wins Art Fund Museum of the Year

The Hepworth Wakefield wins Art Fund Museum of the Year

06 July 2017

  The Hepworth Wakefield has been chosen as Art Fund Museum of the Year 2017. The £100,000 prize is the world’s largest and most prestigious prize for museums, rewarding the museum that has shown exceptional imagination, innovation and creativity in all areas of the business. “The Hepworth Wakefield has been a powerful force of energy […]

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