What’s On Roundup: 14-20 March 2020

Here’s a roundup of some the main events taking place over the coming week in South Leeds. For full listings go over to our What’s On calendar here.

Please note that all these events are going ahead as far as we know. It is possible that some may get cancelled as the Coronavirus situation develops.

You can do your bit for the environment by joining the tree planting on Middleton Broom (Newhall Gate entrance) on Saturday, 10am-2pm.

There is a coffee morning at Hunslet Methodist Church, on Telford Terrace just off Balm Road from 10am.

10am is also the start time for the all day Kindness Workshop at Jamyang Buddhist Centre in Holbeck.

At 10:30am it’s the dementia-friendly Trinity Reflections Café at Belle Isle UTC on Nesfield Road.

Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum looking for a big turn out on Saturday to make sure the community voice is heard on spending decisions. The meeting is at 12pm at The Holbeck club, refreshments are served from 11:30am.

Head back to The Holbeck on Saturday evening for their charity night in support of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

Leeds Dads meet up on Sunday, also at The Holbeck club, 2-4pm, targeting dads and their pre-school children, it’s great fun in a supportive environment.

Then at 5pm Slung low’s weekly touring show at The Holbeck is Queer Lady M. It’s Lady Macbeth with a difference. There’s outrageous lip-syncing, cheeky dancing and sassy conversation as Queer Lady M invites you to enter her world of passion and shade. As usual at The Holbeck, it’s Pay What You Decide.

Sky Fallers, Leeds’ premiere band involving people with learning disabilities, will be performing at the Hamara Centre in Beeston on Tuesday lunchtime, 12:30-2:15pm.

Tuesday also sees The Writers Club – a get together for aspiring creative writers – at Beeston Library, 1-2:30pm.

There is a residents meeting for the Hunslet Moor area on Tuesday, 6:30pm at Dewsbury Road Community Hub.

Sheaf Street Cafeteria on Crown Point Road host their After Work Wednesdays Open Mic night on … Wednesday, 6-11pm.

If you missed Red Ladder Theatre’s new production ‘Smile Club’ at Leeds Playhouse, get down to Hunslet RLFC’s Phoenix Suite at South Leeds Stadium (part of John Charles Centre for Sport) on Wednesday. Curtain up at 7:30pm.

St Luke’s Tenants & Residents meet at St Luke’s Primary School on Thursday, 6pm for people living in the area around Malvern Road and Hunslet Hall Road.

And finally, round off the week with some the family-friendly games night at the Watsonian Pavilion in Cross Flatts Park on Friday 6-8pm.