Organisers of this year’s Beeston Festival are very excited as the big day approaches, promising even more of the attractions that are so popular. The Festival takes place as usual in Cross Flatts Park on Saturday (14 July 2018) from 12-5pm. As well as live music, children’s activities, sports and
FREE live music in Middleton Park The Friends of Middleton Park start their musical offering on Sunday (3 June 2018) with Alligator Gumbo playing some cool New Orleans jazz. The band were so popular at last years music festival that the Friends brought them back to do their own concert.
A popular library festival with a huge array of activities and events across the city is due to return later this week. The fourth edition of ‘Library Fest’ is set to return, running from Saturday 3 February – Saturday 17 February. Featuring in the programme will be: performances, story times,
December has already seen a range of Christmas-themed events at libraries in South Leeds and the fun continues this week and next. Perhaps the highlight will be the performance of Jenny’s Christmas at Beeston library on Wednesday 20 December at 6pm. This one woman show by Curly Tales theatre company
A celebration of Irish arts and culture kicks off in Leeds from the 18th to the 26th of November 2017. Organised by the Irish Arts Foundation, based in Leeds, events are designed to appeal to both those of an Irish background and people from the wider community with an interest
Neon Dolls are a four-piece Indie Rock/Alternative band from Leeds. The band consists of Tom Axe (Vocals) who lives in South Leeds with the Frontman Robert Walker from Leeds based band named Phoenix Project, whom have their first gig at Verve Bar on Merrion Street on the 12th November. Next
Sky Fallers are a band with a difference. Playing rock, pop, folk and blues, the South Leeds band includes four adults with learning disabilities. The band was formed in November 2014 and performs public engagements regularly. The core band is a six piece ensemble with four learning disabled adults and