Include in filters
Event category
Place category
Blog category
Project category
Hide category temporarily
Hide from API

12th Century Monks in Leeds: A spirituality for today?

Welcome to a special event organised by Concord Interfaith Fellowship, Leeds.

The Right Honourable John Battle talks on "12th century Monks in Leeds: A spirituality for today?"

John is a former MP who was Faiths Adviser to Prime Minister Tony Blair.

He chairs the Leeds Diocese Justice and Peace Commission, and is Convenor of the Wortley Poetry Workshop.

Places are limited and booking is advised; please contact

Celebrating Interfaith Week in November

Hiding in Plain Sight: Leeds City Centre Cinema Audio Tour

Welcome to the Hiding in Plain Sight: Leeds City Centre Cinema Audio Tour, presented by the Hyde Park Picture House, as part of our heritage lottery funded engagement project.

During the walking tour you will be guided around the city centre, where we’ll visit sites of our historic cinemas, learn about Leeds cinematic heritage, and discover the physical traces that can still be found, hiding in plain sight…

Geraldine Connor Foundation - New Responses To Leeds Black History Walk

The Geraldine Connor Foundation and Heritage Corner commissioned four performance artists to create new responses to the Leeds Black History Walk, a walk created by Joe Williams around Leeds University campus that explores the African history of Leeds. The four artists performed to the public live on two walks and the performances were filmed and shared via social media.

Thackray Museum of Medicine

Thackray Museum of Medicine

Based in Leeds, we tell the inspiring story of medicine.

Beckett Street
United Kingdom

Archive Open Saturdays

Discover the unique history of a textile mill and its community. Sunny Bank Mills Archive safeguards the history of the Mill for its local community and future generations through textiles, objects and stories. Containing over 60,000 lengths of cloth, 8000 fabric designs, 5000 dye cards, guard books and artefacts associated with nearly 200 years of cloth production it is a source of inspiration to history lovers, artists and anyone fascinated by heritage and textiles.

Roseville / A Quiet Word

A Quiet Word worked with residents and businesses on Roseville Road in 2014 to create a unique project based on the untold stories of people who live and work in the area of Burmantofts. Leeds Inspired supported the project with a grant of £12,000.

Roseville was a series of free guided walks using performance, shadow puppetry, film, choreography and storytelling that featured a team of local artists. It took place over one week in December and attracted over 500 people.