The Angels of Freedom is a community based initiative organised by volunteers and supported by Leeds City Council, British Transport Police and West Yorkshire Police. The aim is to provide visible support for the LGBT+ community based in the Freedom Quarter area of Leeds every Friday evening.
Daniel Maher, member of the LGBT+ community in Leeds and proud volunteer with Angels of Freedom offers an insight into the world of LGBT+ support available in Leeds, in this fourth year of existence of the Angels of Freedom and as they are campaigning for more volunteers.
A six-week campaign from Hyde Park Picture House which provides you with the opportunity to sponsor specific areas of upcoming conservation – from the restoration of our lamppost to the repainting of our auditorium.
Carrieanne Vivianette introduces a new theatre piece from CVIVArts exploring desire, societal rejection, and resilience against a backdrop of the COVID pandemic.
@WHYHydePark is a new social feed highlighting all that is wonderful in Leeds' Hyde Park.
Musicians of Leeds! Join artist Griet Beyaert for an experimental sound session this November.
Earlier this year we commissioned Leeds based designer Taaryn Brench to create illustrations for some of our well used event pages like gigs, films and half term events.
Transform is seeking Leeds workers to be part of an extraordinary event that will create a portrait of the city, this October.
LIFF are now recruiting volunteers for the 2021 Leeds International Film Festival!
Here at the Art Doctors, we have produced a series of very short films of the activities in our Toolkit for Gallery Visits. If you’ve ever felt nervous about visiting an art gallery, felt a bit intimidated when you got inside or weren’t sure how to talk about your thoughts and opinions (we definitely feel all these things sometimes) these films are for you.
It might be tricky to get away this summer but Ellie Way's Leeds Travel posters are a great reminder of why there's no place like home.
Hyde Park Art Club's graduate open call ‘VIM’ will be a selected showcase of brilliant work created by Leeds students during the global pandemic. We're accepting applications from artists who graduated in Leeds in 2020 / 2021 working in any media or discipline.
[Designers of the Future] is a new free part-time 5-week creative course by @LordWhitney. It aims to support young people aged 18-24 who are not in employment or education
Sir Lenny Henry CBE, Kanya King CBE, Katherine Ryan and George Clarke lead keynotes plus compelling panel discussions featuring Evan Davis, Alix Fox, Gina Martin, and many more.
The Affordable Theatre Programme is a series of live theatre shows performed by grassroots artists, live streamed through Open Source Arts' new state of the art broadcast equipment, bringing high quality work to a broad audience for a Pay As You Feel ticket price.
Aire to There is a new paid traineeship, where 10 young people from Leeds aged 16-25 will learn the local and international history of the Leeds Waterfront, uncover hidden stories and use their voice to guide others by creating audio tracks for walking and boat tours. It is part of a region wide programme, Ignite Yorkshire, which aims to connect young people and Yorkshire’s industrial stories.