Category Archive: Reviews

Leeds welcomes a new pop-up park and a child friendly ‘playscape’ in the city centre!

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Working with the child friendly Leeds team, a great new playscape was installed this summer in St John’s Churchyard, New Briggate. Situated just outside the Age UK Café, The Arch, sits an interactive garden… Continue reading

Carriageworks Theatre celebrates its 10th anniversary

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Linzi Tate talks us through the exciting plans for the Carriageworks Theatre’s 10th anniversary. Read on to find out more on what’s happening, and how you can get involved.   I’m sat in… Continue reading

A young person’s perspective on the Leeds Book Awards 2015

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Over 800 children and young people from across 20 high schools and 54 primary schools packed into Pudsey Civic Hall last month as part of Leeds Book Awards 2015, coming to celebrate their… Continue reading

100 portraits and stories of Yorkshire women and girls – exhibition launch

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Last night, the banqueting suite in Leeds Civic Hall hosted the exhibition launch of 100 portraits and stories of Yorkshire women and girls. The exhibition displayed ten framed photographs and a video slideshow… Continue reading

Josh Trank’s directorial debut Chronicle…

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As another feature of this years Young Film Festival, Josh Trank’s directorial debut Chronicle was shown at Hyde Park Picture House in a realistic, gritty spin on the conventional ‘superhero genre.’ Perceived to… Continue reading

Cinderella – The Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto: a review by Nadia

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The Cinderella performance was absolutely fantastic. It was one of the best panto’s I have ever seen. The cast members were multi- talented musicians and actors. Not only was the panto exiting it… Continue reading