3 August 2021
Recurring

Peaceful Space

St Mary's Church, Beeston Town Street, Leeds

St. Mary’s is creating a space where you can find peace. You’re invited to four sessions to help us with managing anxiety, reducing stress, sleeping better.  They are for ordinary people, who’ve found the last year challenging, and want to learn and share simple self-care ideas and techniques. Led by

Fairy Poppins & The Naughty Winter Ghost

The Holbeck Jenkinson Lawn, Leeds

“Maybe the tables have turned and it’s fairies who need to believe in humans now” Gather round as Henderson, Brown and Wallis, a trio of rambunctious travelling players, tumble out of a van with a tall tale to tell. With music, magic and very (very) bad jokes, let them transport you to the

Free

Hunslet RLFC v Doncaster RLFC

South Leeds Stadium Middleton Grove, Leeds

Please read the Spectator Guide to Attending Matches at South Leeds Stadium

Recurring

Holbeck Moor FC football training

Holbeck Moor Holbeck Moor Road, Leeds

Open to men and women of all ages and abilities, come along and join in. Find out more: southleedslife.com/slung-low-launches-inclusive-football-club

Free
Recurring

Be Friends Group

Watsonian Pavilion Cross Flatts Park, Beeston, Leeds

Feeling isolated? Come meet new people in a relaxed atmosphere

Alice In Wonderland

This iconic story of curiosity follows Alice down the rabbit hole, to a world of wonder and the unexpected. Meeting the Mad Hatter, a White rabbit, the Queen of Hearts and many more exciting characters along the way. The show is perfect for families, with a highly interactive nature, everyone will feel involved from start…

Pay What You Decide

Welcome Back Cabaret

The Holbeck Jenkinson Lawn, Leeds

Join us in The Holbeck Concert Room for an evening of music, stand-up, magic and dance. Hot food will be served and bar will be open to celebrate the return of live theatre at The Holbeck. There truly will be something for everyone – suitable for ages 16+

Pay What You Decide

A Comedy of Errors

Middleton Park Visitor Centre Town Street, Leeds

Oddsocks Theatre are back with their anarchic mix of Shakespeare and pantomime. Fun for all the family, bring you own chairs or blanket (and maybe a picnic?). You might also need an umbrella as the show will go ahead whatever the weather!

Free