Tag: Slung Low theatre

Festive events this weekend

As we draw closer to Christmas we have another weekend packed with community events. Sunday (9 December 2018) will see the St Anthony’s Christmas Fayre in the church hall at the top of Old Lane (12-4pm). The Fayre includes crafts, gifts and candy stalls plus of course Santa’s grotto. Refreshments

Final Christmas Fayre at Holbeck’s HUB

As we reported last month Slung Low, Holbeck’s own threate, are to leave their base under the railway viaduct and move into The Holbeck (formerly the Holbeck Working Men’s Club). Slung Low christened their home under the arches the Holbeck Underground Ballroom (HUB). It’s seen many travelling shows over the

Holbeck host benefit gig for refugee charity

Slung Low Theatre offers space at their HUB venue in Holbeck as storage for Yorkshire Aid, a group of individuals and organisations that work together to provide aid for refugees and asylum seekers in Leeds, Yorkshire and Europe. Just before Christmas with the stocks full, much of their donated goods

Freaky Fridays for Halloween at Holbeck’s Slung Low

The HUB on Bath Road, home to Holbeck’s own Slung Low Theatre, is the place to see two spooktacular shows over the Halloween period. Sing-along-a-Wicker-Man  |  Friday 27 October 7:30pm Hosted by David Bramwell and singer Eliza Skelton, Sing-along-a-Wicker-Man is a unique night of entertainment for Wicker Man enthusiasts, featuring

South Leeds Roundup: Flooring, festivals and ferrets

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week in Holbeck where HEA has been working with Keepmoat to smarten up St Matthew’s Community Centre. Apprentices working on the housing regeneration scheme turned their skills to

South Leeds Roundup: Blossoms, brochures and Bridlington

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week in Beeston at Holbeck Cemetery (don’cha just love the geograohy of South Leeds?) where the Friends group, the Wednesday Wanderers and volunteers from O2 have all been

South Leeds Roundup: desserts, diners and defibrillators

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week with Beeston blogger Mike Wallis. He’s tweaked the Desert Island Discs format and selected five desserts to be stranded with on the mythical desert island. I’m not