By Ella Bicknell The arts “need to go further” to tell the true history of African influence on British life, according to black history historian… Read More »Leeds black history activist calls for more black heroes to be portrayed on stage and screen
Historian and actor Joe Williams inspires students at Leeds Trinity to kickstart Black History Month
This month, Leeds Trinity University and Leeds Trinity Students’ Union are hosting multiple events to mark October as Black History Month. Kicking off the events,… Read More »Historian and actor Joe Williams inspires students at Leeds Trinity to kickstart Black History Month
By Amy Goodall Giant 22ft baby called Eva, will star in the production ‘ZARA’ this Easter Weekend in Halifax. The world premiere of the production… Read More »Giant Baby in Halifax ahead of Easter Weekend
By Abigail Bates
A PREVIEW of a play which gave members of the public an opportunity to shape the performance was held as a part of Leeds Love Arts Festival.Read More »Pioneering mental health performance unveiled at festival
The first ever Great Yorkshire Fringe got underway at the weekend, kicking off ten days of comedy, theatre and music.
The city centre of York has been transformed for the festival, with three ‘spiegeltents’ being erected in Parliament Street as venues – the Turn Pot, the Tea Pot and the White Rose Rotunda.Read More »Great Yorkshire Fringe gets underway
By Caroline Grandjean
Hailed as the “biggest live theatre sensation of all time”, Dirty Dancing will come to the Bradford Alhambra Theatre tomorrow (Tuesday).
The show is currently touring the UK and stops for the first time in Bradford until July 25th.
Ordinary household toys were transformed into a robot orchestra by children who collaborated with theatre company Interplay, Armley, Leeds, on Thursday, July 24. Watch this… Read More »VIDEO: Kids get creative in Leeds with a robot orchestra