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Illuminating events in Leeds

Cirque Bijou Umbrella Project. Courtesy of Gravity Fields -60x400


The breath-taking annual arts spectacular, Light Night, returns on October 5 and 6, and will see more than 60 illuminated installations light up some of Leeds’ most famous landmarks.

Performers from Leeds West Indian Carnival will help kick-start the celebrations, taking part in a flamboyant parade which will weave its way through the city centre on October 5.

Other highlights will include a mesmerising digital arts display projected across the front of Leeds Civic Hall, an interactive game zone inspired by classic arcade games including Space Invaders and Tetris in Kirkgate Market and Thought Bubble will be transforming the crypt underneath Leeds Town Hall into a mysterious, enchanted forest where explorers can find their way around using flashlights and cryptic messages.

Book your overnight stay for a dazzling city break.





Don your dirndl and leap into those lederhosen as Oktoberfest returns to Leeds for two weekends of authentic Bavarian bier, food and music. One of the biggest bier festivals in the world, Oktoberfest is one of Germany’s largest traditional festivals and is bringing the Bavarian celebrations to Leeds!

A Big Weekend of little operas; Opera North has joined up with boutique hotel Malmaison to offer you an exclusive weekend of opera in Leeds. The Little Greats is a festival of six short operas with huge emotions. See the whole festival or build your own package to suit you, while enjoying a luxurious two-night stay in the heart of the city.

Thought Bubble Festival is the UK’s largest event of its kind – an annual celebration of sequential art in all its forms, including everything from superhero comics to independent and small-press artists and writers. Taking over Leeds city centre from 18th-24th September there’ll be workshops, masterclasses and a programme of sequential art related film screenings.

Want to explore some more? Check out the different trails you can do around Leeds to see a different side to the city!


Royal Armouries


With museums, galleries, country houses and more, there’s plenty to keep all ages entertained in Leeds. Join Royal Armouries for a Tudor themed action-packed weekend of dramatic performances, combat demonstrations, music and family activities on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September.

Opening at Leeds City Museum on 22 September 2017, ‘Skeletons: Our Buried Bones’ will display twelve skeletons: five from the Museum of London’s 20,000-strong collection, alongside seven discovered across Yorkshire, bringing to life the stories that have long been hidden underground. 

Immerse yourself in a Pantomime world of magic and mystery at Abbey House Museum’s latest exhibition Fairy Tales & Fantasy. Or meet lots of friendly farm animals at Temple Newsam Home Farm.

Find out about more family fun here.




Crafthouse - Afternoon Tea

There aren't many things quite as lovely as an afternoon tea. This most English of tasty traditions has made a huge come back and we’re glad of it! Luckily, there are plenty of afternoon teas in Leeds to choose from…which to try first? Check out some of our suggestions here



Christmas at Leeds Corn Exchange. Credit Simon Dewhurst

Leeds is a truly enchanted place in winter. The city comes alive with sparkling lights festive markets and plenty of family fun. Be astounded by the beauty of ballet, cosy up next to the fire with your favourite drink, wonder at the magical lanterns and enjoy a weekend you’ll never forget! This is Christmas with a difference



Opera North’s Little Greats – 16th September–21st October

Thought Bubble Festival - 18th-24th September

Leeds Colour Run at Harewood House– 30th September 

Light Night – 5th & 6th October 

Leeds Kirkgate Market Vintage Fair – 7th October 


Trouble in Tahiti. Photo credit Richard Moran
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