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REVIEW: Marco’s New York Italian Restaurant and Ibis Styles Leeds

Once upon a time, a husband and wife took the night off from their mediocre parenting skills to enjoy an evening in Leeds, for a fabulous meal at Marco’s New York Italian and enjoy the rarity of an undisturbed sleep at the Ibis Styles Hotel. Our table was booked for 7pm so in order to make the most of the ...

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REVIEW: Jeykll and Hyde at Carriageworks

We sent our theatre expert Matt Jameson down to the Carriageworks in Leeds to review Jeykll and Hyde! The inner demons have surfaced in this dark and sinister tale brought to the stage in classic style by LIDOS. Who would have thought that Robert Louis Stevenson’s original novel could be transformed into a captivating musical? Well, here it is, Jekyll ...

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REVIEW: The Graduate at West Yorkshire Playhouse

We sent our theatre reviewer Matthew Jameson to check out The Graduate at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. “Are you trying to seduce me Mrs Robinson?” These iconic words burst into life as this fantastic play shines to the stage at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. The Graduate, adapted by Terry Johnson and based on the novel by Charles Webb, is a ...

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REVIEW: National Theatre Live at the Leeds City Varieties – Hedda Gabler

Leeds City Magazine columnist and TV producer Yyvone Francas-Mellor headed down to Leeds City Varieties to check out new venture into Live Streamed Theatre. Leeds City Varieties dipped its toe in the water of Live Streamed Theatre with Patrick Marber’s adaptation of Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler, directed by Ivo van Hove at the National Theatre.  For those, like me, who haven’t ...

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REVIEW: A Health MOT at Nuffield Health Fitness & Wellbeing Club Leeds

Very recently, Nuffield Health Fitness & Wellbeing Leeds Club in The Light, The Headrow launched their newest service, the Health MOT. Leeds City Magazine’s William Rose went down to try it out! Last August Nuffield Health took ownership of the gym along with 34 others across the country from Virgin Active and since then a significant investment programme has taken ...

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Preview: A Cocktail Crawl with the Cocktails In The City Organisers

Knowing Cocktails In The City is returning for a 5th year in our buzzing city of Leeds, we were proud to be part of the preparations for this spectacular event as the organisers decided to give the Leeds City Magazine team a sneak preview of what to expect. The night’s proceedings would consist of a 4 part signature sampling evening ...

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#DwellersThatLunch: The New Conservatory Review

As part of our new feature #DwellersThatLunch, we headed to The New Conservatory to test out their Light Lunch menu. When looking at places to try out for lunch in the city, we’re spoilt for choice. From street food vendors to top end restaurants, there’s so much choice in the centre of Leeds. However one of the places we were ...

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Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at Leeds Grand Theatre

If you see one play this year it must be this! We sent our theatre expert Matt Jameson down to Leeds Grand Theatre to check out The National Theatre’s internationally acclaimed production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Ladies and gentleman prepare to be amazed by this extraordinarily spectacular and thought provoking play based on the ...

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#DwellersThatLunch: Revolución De Cuba’s New Menu Review

As part of our next feature #DwellersThatLunch, we headed to Revolución De Cuba to test out their new menu.  If you’ve been down to Revolución De Cuba on Call Lane then you know all about the wonderful atmosphere and amazing food that transports you right into the heart of Cuba. It’s an authentic slice of South America in the centre of ...

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#DwellersThatLunch: Philpotts on St Paul’s Street Review

While we love a good sit down lunch in the city centre as much as anyone, we appreciate the need for a great eatery when you’re up against the clock. The city centre is full of great options for cafes and fast food venues, but very few do it as well as Philpotts on St Paul’s Street. Established in 1985 ...

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