Tag: Slung Low

Slung Low Community College announces its second term

After a hugely successful first term at their Cultural Community College, the acclaimed Leeds theatre company Slung Low have unveiled an exciting new programme of Pay What You Decide cultural classes for their second term. The new term, which will start on Sunday 17 February at Slung Low’s new location The Holbeck in South Leeds, will offer an

Family performance of Tabby McTat at The Holbeck

As part of Slung Low Theatre’s annual Christmas Fayre on Saturday 8 December 2018, there will be a special afternoon performance at The Holbeck (WMC) as Freckle Productions present Tabby McTat from the book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Interwoven with original songs, Tabby McTat is the heart-warming tale of

Review: The Last Seam at Holbeck Underground Ballroom

It’s somehow appropriate that a play created to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the 1984-5 Miners Strike and the 2015 closure Hatfield Main colliery, should come to an industrial wasteland in South Leeds, the historic birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, powered by coal. Ironic though that Holbeck Underground Ballroom, a

Coal stories: The Last Seam at Slung Low

Marking the closure of one of the last deep seam mines, Hatfield Main Colliery, and fifty years after the closure of South Leeds last coal mine, Middleton Broom Pit, a powerful new play The Last Seam comes to Holbeck’s own theatre: Slung Low’s HUB this Sunday (23 September 2018). During the