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Yasmin Shows Us the Best Beaches

City Dweller & seasoned travel expert, Yasmin Macis, is taking us on the journey of love. Showing us the most beautiful beach destinations in the world. As we bid farewell to winter and welcome sunnier days, our thoughts naturally turn to lazy holidays on golden beaches. I’d like to recommend a few of my favourites to you, some of which ...

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New Children’s Play in Leeds Explores ADHD

Acclaimed Leeds theatre company tutti frutti to premiere tender and funny new children’s play exploring Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Following on from their acclaimed production of Monday’s Child which explored Alzheimer’s disease, the much-admired Leeds theatre company tutti frutti are set to premiere WiLd!, a new play by award winning playwright Evan Placey that unravels the story of a boy ...

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Fresh Beginnings at Kirkgate Market

Ever wondered what’s been going on behind the scenes during the refurbishment at Kirkgate Market? Very soon, we’re about to find out, but this is just a snapshot to whet your appetite for what will be revealed when the final hoardings come down in early Summer. As the first phase of the £13m refurbishment draws to a close we can ...

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Leeds Welcome People!

Leeds is one of the UK’s top three retail destinations and with numerous shopping centres, over one thousand stores and outstanding venues like Trinity Leeds and Leeds Kirkgate Market all in the city centre, it’s not hard to see why. But it’s not just our retail sector that’s modern and fashionable; the people of Leeds are undoubtably trendsetters too. The ...

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Download City Dweller Magazine Issue 108!

The start of the month can only mean it’s time for the newest issue of City Dweller Magazine! Want to know what to do and where to go in Leeds? With our property experts, our fashionistas and our columnists, we have absolutely everything covered this month. This issue features: • The definitive guide to ‘What’s On’ in Leeds, featuring a ...

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Blood Brothers Returns Next Week!

The international smash hit musical Blood Brothers returns to Leeds next week; a favourite among Yorkshire audiences it opens at Leeds Grand Theatre from Monday 28th March to Saturday 2nd April this year. No stranger to Blood Brothers, Lyn Paul makes a welcome return to the iconic role of Mrs Johnstone – one she first played in 1997 and last ...

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First TransPennine Express Gets on Board with the Arts

First TransPennine Express gets on board with the arts for customer engagement -New short films give insight into passengers and staff behind Kirklees train network- Intercity Train operator First TransPennine Express has partnered with West Yorkshire’s Arts Council England funded Creative People and Places programme, Creative Scene, to produce a series of short films capturing the thoughts of its customers ...

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The Leeds Industrial Museum Re-Opens!

After closing due to the Boxing Day floods, the Leeds Industrial Museum has re-opened. Housed in what was once the world’s largest woollen mill, Leeds Industrial Museum tells the story of Leeds industrial heritage. See the machines that were powered by the mill’s impressive waterwheel, discover how workers used the looms and spinning mules to turn wool into cloth, learn ...

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Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in Leeds

X Factor winner Joe McElderry and Britain’s Got Talent’s Lucy Kay will together take to the Leeds stage this weekend when Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat arrives at The Grand Theatre. The vibrant, exciting retelling of the biblical story of Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colours has a score that’s crammed wall to wall with ...

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The Leeds City Magazine Guide to Easter Treats!

Rachel McAlley

It is one of my favourite annual celebrations Easter, not because I get to eat more chocolate than at any other time of year, but because I love to see spring in early bloom, plus there are far more happy faces on the streets than through the colder winter months. So bring out the bunnies, let’s hear the chirps of ...

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