Tag: Leeds Playhouse

Review: Dinner 18:55 at Leeds Playhouse

The Creative Engagement department at the Playhouse set two generations of Leeds citizens the task of getting to know each other through weekly meet ups for a period of six months. The play Dinner 18:55 is the outcome of their opening up to each other and learning about significant events

Leeds Playhouse to stage pioneering intergenerational performance, Dinner 18:55

Leeds Playhouse will stage a unique intergenerational performance, Dinner 18:55 this February. Exploring experiences of loneliness and community amongst both older and younger generations, this brand new production questions why we no longer make time to sit down and share a meal and a conversation together in our increasingly busy

Free tickets for Leeds Playhouse

As part of South Leeds Life’s ongoing partnership with Leeds Playhouse we are able to offer a free* pair of tickets to a range of shows coming up over the next few months. *Of course there’s no such thing as a free lunch, so although the tickets are free we

Review: A Christmas Carol at Leeds Playhouse

Sprouts. Cards. Unbridled spending. An unexplained increased in rush hour traffic. All the hallmarks of Christmas but nothing screams yuletide more than A Christmas Carol. Now it’s not a plot that needs spelling out but as a quick recap: Scrooge – the local bah humbug-er goes about his daily business

Library play comes to Dewsbury Road Hub

Leeds Playhouse bring their play ‘The Things We Wouldn’t Otherwise Find’ to Dewsbury Road Community Hub on Tuesday (27 November 2018) at 7:30pm. The spirit of libraries past and present await the future, an addict makes amends, a girl finds inspiration and passion spills over the paperbacks. Two actors create