Tag: South Leeds Goes To The Playhouse

Review: Dinner 18:55 at Leeds Playhouse

The Creative Engagement department at the Playhouse set two generations of Leeds citizens the task of getting to know each other through weekly meet ups for a period of six months. The play Dinner 18:55 is the outcome of their opening up to each other and learning about significant events

Free tickets for Leeds Playhouse

As part of South Leeds Life’s ongoing partnership with Leeds Playhouse we are able to offer a free* pair of tickets to a range of shows coming up over the next few months. *Of course there’s no such thing as a free lunch, so although the tickets are free we

Review: George’s Marvelous Medicine

This was a first time experience for my children to see a high quality  performance live at The West Yorkshire Playhouse. Kindly selected and nominated to attend on behalf of Caroline Carr – Headteacher at Greenmount Primary School. We were seated in our very prestigiously reserved front seated area. The

Review: Still Alice at the West Yorkshire Playhouse

The stage is jam-packed, full of props reflecting the busy lifestyle of professional Alice, played by star of stage and screen Sharon Small. Alice is a 50-year-old professor of linguistics at Harvard University where she graduated from and is clearly a highly intelligent academic.  Married to John, who also works

Review: The Tin drum at West Yorkshire Playhouse

Press night and the foyer fills with student buses in from the suburbs to view the Kneehigh production of The Tin Drum, just transferred from the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool. A morality play mimicking our times written by Gunter Grass in 1959, this classic tale centres on Oscar Matzerath who is