What’s On Roundup 17–23 September 2022

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.

We start this week with Heritage Open day events. Firstly Middleton Railway will be back open again this weekend and running trains. There will also be an hourly talk about the history of the railway lasting about 25 minutes, from 10am-3pm.

At the Leeds Discovery Centre (Carlisle Road, LS10 1LB) you can find out about the many board games Waddington’s made in Leeds to tie in with television series. The free hour long talk is on Saturday at 11am, booking required.

On Saturday evening Slung Low present a double bill from the pioneering Signdance Theatre, who perform Oriente Plus and You Have Half A Second To Impress Me. The show is at The Holbeck club at 7:30pm, pay what you decide. Book tickets at www.slunglow.org/shows

On Sunday Beeston In Bloom are holding a plant sale at the Watsonian Pavilion in Cross Flatts Park, 10am-12pm.

The Friends of Middleton Park have organised an accessible guided walk, meet at the visitor centre at 1:30pm.

There will be a number of commemorative church services on Sunday in honour of the Queen including St Mary’s, Beeston, The Hunslet Gathering and Middleton Park Baptist Church, as well as a multi-faith event in Millennium Square at 6pm.

And finally, on Tuesday the campaign to fight the cost-of-living crisis, Enough Is Enough, hold their Leeds launch rally at the Royal Armouries Museum in Hunslet, 7pm.