Tag: Slung Low

Exhibition telling story of Irish in Britain comes to Holbeck

An oral history exhibition celebrating 50 years of Irish in Britain, the national membership organisation for the Irish community in Britain, is visiting Holbeck next week (15-19 November 2023). The stories within the exhibition are as inspirational as they are heart-breaking, and most importantly, will never be forgotten. From the

Slung Low and Leeds People’s Theatre release new film The Magician online

Set in a near-future Britain, where violence and civil war threaten to overturn a revolutionary government, The Magician follows a young man on a quest to find the only person who might have the knowledge to stop the burning and the hate. A cast of over 200 Leeds citizens were

Agenda published for Inner South Community Committee

The agenda for the next meeting of the Inner South Community Committee, made up of the nine Councillors for our three wards: Beeston & Holbeck, Hunslet & Riverside and Middleton Park, has been published. The meeting, which is open to the public, is taking place at Slung Low, The Warehouse

Review: Noah’s Flood at The Warehouse in Holbeck

What a privilege it was to be present at Slung Low’s Warehouse in Holbeck on Friday evening (7 July 2023) and be a (small) part of their joint production with Manchester Collective and Ingram Road Primary School, of the opera Noah’s Flood. The show was a triumph, blending professionalism with

Nomad Clan reveal new mural ‘Cosmic Rhapsody’ in Holbeck

Internationally acclaimed street art duo Nomad Clan have been commissioned by the children of Holbeck and theatre company Slung Low to paint a giant mural celebrating everyone’s creative potential. Slung Low is resident in Ingram Road Primary School and works closely with a small group of children, the self-titled Imaginative

Leeds People’s Theatre to stage Noah’s Flood and you can be involved

As part of Leeds 2023 Year of Culture, Leeds People’s Theatre and Slung Low have teamed up with the acclaimed Manchester Collective to stage a community performance of Noah’s Flood. In this vibrant staging of Benjamin Britten’s community opera, director Alan Lane tells a story of hope and survival, featuring