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On The Set With Gentleman’s Dub Club

May 8, 2013


9-piece British Dub band Gentleman’s Dub Club originate from Leeds, UK. The band formed in 2006 and ever since they have been making a name for themselves in the Dubstep scene. The band’s sound is described as a mashup of Ska, 2 tone, Dub and reggae fusion, resulting in music for the dance floor favoured […]

You Ready To Mock ‘N’ Roll?

April 29, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘Y’ Mock ‘N’ Roll, an exhibit brought to you by illustrator Jack Hudson and 3D image-making duo Lord Whitney, is showing at Leeds Gallery from now until May 7th. The exhibit is inspired by some of the most outrageous record covers in history. The artists have collaborated to bring […]

Leeds Town Hall Presents The Orchestra Of Opera North

April 13, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘L’ I know I’m bringing you lots of information on events happening in Leeds at the moment, but there’s so much going on! Today is a great day for many reasons; firstly because it is my birthday, and secondly because for one night only the fabulous Orchestra of Opera […]

Is It Time To Transform Yet?

April 10, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘I’ It’s that time of year again; birds and humans are tweeting, grass is growing and the sun is briefly poking its head from out of the clouds. However, it’s also time for the third annual Transform festival at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. The third Transform festival will explore […]

Hyde Park Picture House – 100 Years Of History

April 9, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘H’ Almost 100 years has passed since the opening of Hyde Park Picture House on November 7 1914. The cinema has managed to survive 100 years of changing times, battling against the popularity of mainstream cinemas and surviving two major wars. How many first dates have been awkwardly held within […]

Food Glorious Food At Amazing Graze!

April 6, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘F’ Today it was time for Leeds’ first ever festival celebrating street food and artists. The festival, held within the grounds an old church on Cardigan Road, sold street food from well-known traders such as Manjit’s Kitchen and The Ribman. Street art came in the form of prints, etchings […]

City Of Leeds – What’s On This Weekend?

April 3, 2013


Brought to you by the letter ‘C’ It’s the Easter break this week for most schools, colleges and universities, which means everywhere in town is particularly busy. This means running to work is particularly hard for me this week. I know what you’re thinking – “why don’t you set off earlier?” Well, I’d like to […]