Arts&Culture

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Yorkshire digital Festival attracts worldwide audiences

The transformation of this year’s Huddersfield Literature Festival (HLF) into a digital event has proved a huge success, with performers and audiences joining from around the globe. Due to Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, almost all activities were held online. Sylvia Plath expert Heather Clark joined as a speaker from the

Local bar operators join forces to launch Leeds largest outdoor covered drinking area

Seven local independent operators located on Merrion Street have joined forces and plan to install a 50m canopy over Merrion street to create the city's largest outdoor drinking area. Manahatta, MOJO, Verve, Mean Eyed Cat, Roxy Ball Room, Yard & Coop and Liv Bar are taking part in the new

Welcome to Yorkshire’s Y21 Conference is this year’s most influential platform

From 30-31 March, hospitality, travel and tourism businesses will connect with the UK's largest county through targeted keynote speakers, webinars, masterclasses, networking and panel sessions. Under the theme “Reopen, Recover, Rebuild” with a focus on innovation and diversity across the tourism industry, the forum is guided by Welcome to Yorkshire’

Leeds United's 1992 title winning squad to reunite at Scarbrough Spa

Leeds United fans will be given the opportunity to relive the club’s 1992 title winning season when members of the squad reunite at Scarborough Spa later this year. Hosted by RM Sports Events, An Evening With The Real Class Of 92 on Friday 19 November 2021 will see a

Yorkshire Sculpture Park launches new digital guide on the Bloomberg Connects app

YSP is delighted to have joined prestigious international cultural institutions, including Central Park Conservancy, Black Cultural Archives, Serpentine, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and many more, on the Bloomberg Connects app. Developed in partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies, YSP’s new digital guide provides a fascinating way to explore the display of

Pause to reflect on Covid-19

Residents across Leeds are being urged to reflect on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic over the past year. Today (Tuesday 23 March) is National Day of Reflection organised by charity Marie Curie – an opportunity to reflect on our collective loss, support those who’ve been bereaved and hope for

Public asked for memories as plans for Wentworth’s Camellia House begin

Memories and images of the derelict Camellia House in the grounds of Wentworth Woodhouse are being sought by specialists now steering plans for its restoration. Redeveloping the Grade II* listed Camellia House into a daytime cafe and evening events venue is Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust’s first major project to