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Rugby World Cup Leeds Fanzone

Rugby World Cup Leeds Fanzone

Be part of history and support the home nations this weekend as Rugby World Cup arrives in Leeds in what promises to be an unforgettable experience for the whole city. The Fanzone in Millennium Square is the only place to catch all the action and sample what promises to be an incredible atmosphere!

Friday night sees 300 volunteers join together to celebrate team work in a huge dance performance, that will act as the Spectacular welcome for the tournament arriving in the Leeds. Prepare to be amazed!

Saturday will see the opening game take place at Elland Road, with Italy and Canada locking horns, and this will be followed by the tournament defining clash between England vs Wales from 8pm on Saturday evening.

The celebrations will continue on Sunday as Scotland take on the USA and there will be a unique opportunity for fans to catch a glimpse of the Webb Ellis trophy for one last time before it continues on its journey.

The Leeds Fanzone is not only a prime spot to catch all the games, it’s packed with fun for all the family too. Have a go on the giant inflatables, hone your rugby skills in the activity zone and then refuel at the fresh food stalls. You can even pick up your official Rugby World Cup merchandise here too. The Rugby World Cup Fanzone in Leeds really has something for everyone. Don’t miss out!

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Light Night

Light Night is back! On Friday 9th October, for one night only, from 6pm to 11pm Leeds city centre will come alive with spectacular large-scale light projections, installations, exhibitions, film, dance, music and street performances.

This is our 11th festival and it’s packed with over 60 exciting arts events, at over 35 locations across the city; new venues include The Tetley, the Queens Hotel and Kirkgate Market, and many public buildings will open their doors late as artists transform them into temporary showcases for their work.
There really is something for all the family, creating a fantastic festival atmosphere across the city. To make sure you catch as many events as possible our free hop-on hop-off Light Night Rider bus will circle the city every 15 minutes, stopping in each of the zones.

All events are free but some may require booking in advance, plan your Light Night at: 




Meat lovers of Leeds assemble. Things are about to get a whole lot juicier as Stockdales of Yorkshire opens on South Parade to showcase a superior steak-centric menu that’s guaranteed to redefine quality as you know it.

Seating 100 discerning diners as well as a sociable bar area, Stockdales of Yorkshire is set to be at the forefront of the South Parade/Greek Street revival

Whilst premium beef is at the very heart of what they do, the menu is well balanced with a diverse range of lighter options on offer such as gin cured salmon, duck egg and truffle soldiers and a chargrilled Caesar salad 

The menu, which has been created in partnership with Anthony Flinn and Jonathan Elvin, will centre around prime cuts of beef aged for 28 days and seared over coal in the Jospur oven, giving the meat a unique and unforgettable flavour.

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Made in Yorkshire Festival

Enjoy original art? Have a taste for beautiful jewellery, unique textiles and even hand-made ceramics? Made in Yorkshire will be bringing together some of the region’s most talented designer makers in a “City Celebration”- an Art and Design Festival held in Briggate, Leeds City Centre on Fri 25th to Sunday 27th September.

Made in Yorkshire celebrates the best of art and design produced exclusively within the Yorkshire area. As a group of talented folk they have gained a reputation for quality products and demonstrating unique skills. This is the first time the group will be coming to Briggate and are looking forward to showing the city what they have to offer.

For further information regarding the Made in Yorkshire and for a list of the exhibitors, please visit Or call Tracie Jarvis-Post on 01904 728749/07905 617961

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