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2017 In Leeds...

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Top 17 for 2017

 

OUR TOP 17 FOR 2017

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR! 2017 is going to be an amazing year for Leeds with a packed calendar of events. Highlights include:

 

  • Leeds West Indian Carnival celebrates its 50th birthday
  • Northern Ballet presents the world premiere of Casanova
  • Leeds Indie Food Fest returns in May
  • Look out for the Brownlee brothers at The Columbia Threadneedle World Triathlon Series in June
  • Light Night will be brightening up the city again in October

 


But that’s just the start, check out our Top 17 for 2017 to find out more!

 

 

Opera North

 

OPERA NORTH'S FAIRYTALE SEASON

 

This Winter, Opera North celebrates the timeless appeal of fairy tales with three brand new productions opening at Leeds Grand Theatre, each bringing themes of transformation and magic to the fore through inventive use of video.


With Russian folk-inspired dreamscapes in Rimsky-Korsakov’s rarely-performed The Snow Maiden, live video captured onstage in Humperdinck’s much-loved Hansel and Gretel, and a riot of colour in Rossini’s captivating Cinderella, each promises to blur the lines between reality and fantasy in spectacular fashion.



 

Leeds Festival - Credit Victor Frankowski

 

A CITY OF FESTIVALS

 

With over 80 festivals taking place in Leeds every year, it really is a Festival City.


Foodies are in for a sweet treat with the Yorkshire Post Food and Drink Show, Otley Food and Drink Festival and The Great British Food Festival.


Culture lovers are spoilt for choice with everything from literature, film, art, fashion and immersive experiences on the list.


Music fans rejoice, there's a set list of festivals to keep you dancing all year, including one of the UK’s most popular music festivals; Leeds Festival.


Party people can join in the celebrations with Leeds Pride and Leeds West Indian Carnival, while fans of the great outdoors can head to Otley for the walking festival.


There’s also plenty of fun for families including crafts, fair rides and outdoor adventures.

Find our more here

 

 



NEW TO LEEDS - OLIVE & RYE

Olive & Rye

 

Olive & Rye strive to supply the people of Leeds with a quality retail and dining experience in the heart of the City.

Situated in the amazing Queens Arcade, Olive & Rye supplies an ever changing take away lunch menu, ideal for a quick bite while on the go.

Floor to ceiling shelves stacked with locally sourced, jams, chutneys, wines, beers and foodie gifts for all tastes can also be made into one of our bespoke hampers. Olive & Rye really is a food lovers paradise.

Read more here

 

 

CHINESE NEW YEAR FESTIVAL

Chinese New Year Festival

 

The Leeds Chinese Community Association is once again hosting a Chinese New Year Festival for the 2017 arrival of the “Year of the Rooster.”


This year’s event, taking place on Sunday 29th January at Leeds Town Hall, will be a day of excitement and celebration giving you a real taste of China.

There will be spectacular theatre performances of Dancing, Music, Chinese Calligraphy, Kung Fu and Tai Chi. Plus trade stands offering a variety of Chinese Food, Crafts, Beauty and Face Painting.

Read more here

 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

 



  • Ice Cube – 27th January – 19th February



Banff Mountain Film Festival - credit Thomas Senf
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