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Christmas in Leeds: A trip to the theatre

I love going to the theatre at anytime of year, but it always feels extra special to go around Christmas. I know for some of you it may be far too early to start thinking about Christmas, but there are… Continue Reading →

What have I got myself into?? – Part 1

I have been doing something bizarre. Fun, and a little unnerving, but mainly bizarre. Before I continue, I should warn you that this is a long blog post, so go get yourself a cup of tea and a biscuit (take… Continue Reading →

Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery

Inside the Parkinson Building – the white building with the clock tower on Woodhouse Lane – there is a small gallery which houses a number of rare and special manuscripts, notes and maps. The Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery opened… Continue Reading →

Poetry in Room 700

Not wanting to show favouritism amongst libraries, I went to a poetry reading at Leeds Central Library¬†earlier this week. I’m ashamed to say that I’ve only been to Central Library a couple of times before and I’ve never ventured past… Continue Reading →

The hidden library

Have you ever been walking along, and you stop and notice something, and can’t work out whether it’s always been there and you’ve just not registered it before, or whether it’s something completely new? Well James spotted The Leeds Library,… Continue Reading →

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