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Tom Bleasby to Launch Live Music Nights at Marco’s New York Italian Leeds

Marco’s New York Italian Leeds are delighted to announce Tom Bleasby will launch their new live nights every Thursday. On the 24th August from 8.30pm, Tom Bleasby will be performing in their fantastic restaurant. If you’d like to attend, you can book here. They’re also welcoming non diners too! On the 24th May 2015, Tom Bleasby joined British singer Jessie ...

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Record & Book Fair at Leeds Markets

With up to 40 stalls of collectable and interesting records and books, the record fair takes place in the Indoor Events Space at Leeds Kirkgate Market in the City Centre (LS2 7HY) every second Saturday, it’s free admission with a selection of delicious food and drink available to purchase in the event space too. Expect an eclectic mix of vinyl, ...

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ENDED: Competition: Win Afternoon Tea at Weetwood Hall!

ENDED: Win Afternoon Tea for two people in Weetwood Hall’s restaurant Convive including a bottle of Prosecco Taking inspiration from the Mediterranean of healthy eating, fresh air and getting together with the family, Convive will be the restaurant in North Leeds to get together with friends, colleagues and family. The new restaurant at Weetwood Hall, Convive, is open for hotel ...

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Meetings & Events at Weetwood Hall

Leeds has a thriving business scene, so much so that it has earned the well-deserved title of being the ‘London of the North.’ Weetwood Hall’s modern, flexible and well-equipped meeting and conference rooms play a contributing role in Leeds’ blossoming business community. Whether you are a local Yorkshire business looking for nearby contemporary executive conference facilities in Leeds, or are ...

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ENDED: Competition: Win TWO Tickets to see Phil Jupitus at City Varieties!

ENDED: PHILL JUPITUS: JUPLICITY THURSDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 2017 8.00PM Join stand-up comedian, poet, improviser, and TV stalwart Phill Jupitus for over an hour of tales, laughs and diversions. Watch in delight and/or horror as this experienced funny man drags laughs out of the chaos of his own life and the uncertain world that surrounds it. Want to win two free ...

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Innovative New Benches in Leeds at Brewery Wharf

Boa benches have been used to help animate a small, paved under-used space directly on Leeds waterfront in the Calls area of the Leeds city centre. The Calls is a popular waterside location, attracting many creative and design professionals as an ideal location for work and leisure. It was one of the first areas of Leeds to develop as an ...

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A Review of Côte Brasserie

City Dweller Paul Mattison jumps at the opportunity to check out Côte Brasserie at Trinity Leeds and see what all the fuss is about Having being given the unexpected opportunity to check out the latest swanky addition to the Trinity Leeds culinary scene, I jumped at the chance to sample the lunchtime menu at Côte Brasserie.  This stylish eatery inspired by ...

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Celebs on a Plane with Darryl Morris

Tis the season to be sunburnt. Summer is here and it’s time to pretend we enjoy eating outside, drinking flavoured cider and talking to people about the weather.  The summer parties are in full swing and, if we’re honest, all we can think of is escaping the monotony of conversations about the heat and hitting the beach. We aren’t alone. ...

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Introducing: The New Leeds United Signings

Ahead of the new season, City Dweller Magazine are profiling the newest additions to the Leeds United Squad With signings in all of the areas of the pitch for Leeds United, four that have really caught the eye are Spaniard Samuel Sáiz (pictured top left), midfielder Mateusz Klich (pictured bottom left), former Newcastle player Vurnon Anita (pictured top right) and ...

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We meet Phoenix Dance Theatre’s Artistic Director Sharon Watson

We spoke to Sharon (pictured above) about how she got into dance, what makes Phoenix Dance Theatre different and Leeds’ Bid for the European Capital of Culture Can you tell us about how you got into your position at Phoenix Dance Theatre?   My journey started way back when I was nine years old with an inspirational teacher at Harehills ...

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