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Alphabet Club, a film by Jamie Fletcher

Rob Wilson - Blogging for Leeds

Alphabet Club A film by Jamie Fletcher 8 DECEMBER 2014 HYDE PARK PICTURE HOUSE, LEEDS Doors open 19:00  Film starts 19:10 £3 entrance, tickets available from the Hyde Park Picture House. Alphabet Club is part of The Dancing Bear Trilogy, a series of talks, films and performances by Leeds-based director Jamie Fletcher that aims to engage and encourage different audiences ...

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Rant n Rave – Gone Girl is a Rave

Jordan Fletcher

As winter and cold, dark nights draw closer, City Dweller and notorious moaner Fletch has surprisingly found more things to rave about than rant for a change. The rave of the month is the Gone Girl. Is he getting softer in his older age perhaps? RANT! Ghostbusters 3 – looking set to ruin your childhood 1984 was a stonking year ...

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A Bit of Crimbo Shopping

Rachel McAlley Leeds City Magazine Blogger

Of course it’s that time of year when we wear our winter layers, we eat hearty warming meals and we seem to do a lot of shopping, far more than we normally do, yes it’s fast approaching Christmas. And so it begins the shopping lists to beat all shopping lists are written and it’s time to start thinking about buying ...

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World AIDS Day 2014 – Wild Combination Screening

Rob Wilson - Blogging for Leeds

World Aids Day 2014 As part of World Aids Day 2014 there is a screening of the documentary ‘Wild Combination: A Portrait of Arthur Russell’ at Wharf Chambers on Monday 1st December. For the uninitiated, Russell created music that spanned across a myriad of genres. His music spanned from folk, art rock, to disco and the sparse experimentation of works ...

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No Going Back – 1 Model 100 Artists Exhibition & Auction

Rob Wilson - Blogging for Leeds

Hosted by Leeds based charity, No Going Back at White Cloth Gallery, Aire Street, Leeds 7.00 pm (doors open) Monday, 15 December 2014 Leeds based charity, No Going Back, is holding its first auction to raise much needed funds. The auction and art exhibition will be held at the White Cloth Gallery, Leeds at 7pm on 15th December 2014. The ...

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REVIEW: New Conservatory Bar & Restaurant

New Conservatory Leeds

LeedsCityMagazine and socialite, Rachel Flynn spends Happy Hour in the ambiance and relaxing atmosphere of the New Conservatory Bar and Restaurant. There are many perks of living in the city centre but nothing beats a good after work drink, and because one drink is never enough a decent happy hour is worth its weight in gold. On hearing about the ...

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REVIEW: MEATliquor Bar and Restaurant

MEATliquor Leeds

Claire Cumming, our delectable columnist and city party girl rubs shoulders with the city’s socialites at the newest sumptuous restaurant to open in Leeds – MEATliquor. A sure sign that a City is up and coming is the arrival of MEATliquor. Having set up in London and Brighton, their next stop, to conquer the North was Leeds. Conveniently situated on ...

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Packing for Student Life

Louise Fletcher

The student population of Leeds will soon descend on the city, making the most of all that Fresher’s week and what student life has to offer. However, for any inexperienced first years packing for the big move, it can be hard to know what to take and what to miss off your checklist. You might presume that pots and pans ...

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Ben Palmer Interview

Rachel Flynn

Showcasing some of the undiscovered talents and personalities that makes Leeds the great city we all love! Rachel gets to interview Ben Palmer. We all walk into bars on a regular basis and are met by the same faces who serve us our drinks day in day out. Have you ever wondered what’s the story behind your favourite bar tender? ...

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BUNDOBUST REVIEW – Bar and Indian Street food

Claire Cumming Leeds City Magazine Blogger

Claire, our delectable columnist and city party girl reviews the incredible Craft Beer Bar & Indian Restaurant – Bundobust. Even though Bundobust had only been open four weeks, I had already heard a lot about it. People at my work had been raving about it and were going en masse on their lunch breaks. Being a lover of Indian cuisine, ...

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