Leeds Playhouse is touring award-winning slam poet Zia Ahmed’s play ‘I Wanna Be Yours’ to community settings in Middleton and Beeston this month following its run at the Playhouse. Over the past 9 years, the Playhouse has shared productions such as Alan Bennett’s ‘Talking Heads’, David Peace’s ‘The Damned United’
The NHS vaccination rollout in Leeds is getting a boost with the addition of a new pharmacy centre at St Mary’s Parochial Hall, North Lingwell Road in Middleton. Anyone in the eligible groups, which now include people 30 and over, will be able to book an appointment at the venue
If you are 50+ and looking to add some social fun to your week, make new friends and learn new skills look no further. Health For All have organised four new groups for people in South Leeds: Express Yourself is an introduction to song writing, covering creative lyric writing, forming
Families Together Leeds celebrates charity’s 150th Anniversary with Family Monster Picnic at St Mary’s Parochial Hall, Middleton On 1 August 2019, forty parents, children and friends joined Families Together Leeds, which is run by the charity Family Action, at their Family Monster Picnic at St Mary’s Parochial Hall, Middleton, Leeds.
St Mary’s Parochial Hall in Middleton held their monthly coffee morning on Thursday (25 July 2019). These coffee mornings are usually held on the third Thursday of the month, and it’s safe to say this was the hottest one yet! Regardless of the heat there was a fantastic turnout of
Inside Out is a women’s group that has been meeting for six years in Middleton, offering fun, friendship, food and fitness. The group has a friendly environment and a focus on health and wellbeing. The activities are decided by the women in the group, but one staple is a 45
St John & St Barnabas church in Belle Isle has hosted the Belle Isle Family Centre for many years, but now have their own plans for their undercroft. The good news is that no services are being cut as Health For All have been able to move all their groups
Lifeboat tells the true story of two girls, Beth Cummings and Bess Walder, who survived the torpedoing of the ship that was evacuating them to Canada in 1940. With a minimal set and just two actors, the play relies on the actors’ skills and Lois Mackie and Amy McGregor certainly