What's On

‘Happiness, heroics and hydras.’
“Welcome to the Happy Holiday’s office.”
Open Theatre and Theatre Group are excited to present a showcase to celebrate all that is theatre.
Everyone deserves to be loved, and even the most notorious outlaws could have the most fragile hearts…
Is it really bad luck for the groom to see the bride before their big day?
‘There’s something there, just on your shirt…’
Gi60 is back!
Inside Yellow Sound invites one audience member at a time to animate the world of the play and engage in a series of interactions between different sounds, colours and movements.

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YOU’RE ON MUTE The International Online Improvised Comedy quiz Hosted by Gi60 creator Steve Ansell and featuring a cast of highly talented artists from the US and the UK including, Natalie Bellingham, Ally Callaghan, Carolyn Eden, Jonathan Nathaniel Dingle-El and Matt Rogers, You’re On Mute proves that people can get together and laugh even when…
YOU’RE ON MUTE The International Online Improvised Comedy quiz Hosted by Gi60 creator Steve Ansell and featuring a cast of highly talented artists from the US and the UK including, Natalie Bellingham, Ally Callaghan, Carolyn Eden, Jonathan Nathaniel Dingle-El and Matt Rogers, You’re On Mute proves that people can get together and laugh even when…
In Scotland, three per cent of the land is now owned by some 500 community groups, and citizens have a responsible right to roam anywhere. How does England’s position compare with Scotland, and what might English land rights activists learn from Scotland’s ongoing process?
Thur 18 Mar 6:00 – 8:00pm We invite you to join our post exhibition online discussion on UK-China Digital Connectivity, Song of the Female Textile Workers, between 6pm and 8pm on Thursday 18th March 2021. The exhibition has been held on the Leeds Industrial Museum Website: https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/leeds-industrial-museum/song-of-the-female-textile-workers/ throughout the Chinese Spring Festival period. We will…
Jemma Deer will present on her book, Radical Animism: Reading for the End of the World. This book offers a theory of animism for an age of environmental crisis, elaborated through innovative readings of classic and contemporary literary texts. 
Civil Listening and Hospitable Stages: a consideration of ethics and responsibility in creating and investigating theatre with refugees and asylum seekers. Alison Jeffers, University of Manchester Respondent: Adam Strickson (School of Performance and Cultural Industries) Examining the case of refugees invites the use of both a long and short-term timeframe. In one sense, the movement…
This event explores the spiritual and cultural world of the Maguzawa, or Hausa animists of Northern Nigeria.
Hitcher Encounters brings you a quarantine friendly show designed to be experienced from the comfort of your home and in your own time. We’re All Strangers Here is a series of four relaxing binaural audio experiences and a live phone call (optional). This project allows you to be a solo cyclist; an adventurist on the…
Broken Chords Can Sing A Little is a series of community-based art projects that began in 2016, commissioned by the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art. Calling upon classical mythology, this body of work aims to bring together disparate communities living in Gresham, central Middlesbrough, while addressing the current migration and displacement crisis in Teesside.
Webinar: Terror as Performance: a case study of Boko Haram Mercy Ette: Trinity University Lagos, Visiting Fellow,University of Leeds Nicolas Salazar Sutil: University of Leeds In this presentation, Visiting Research Fellow Dr Mercy Ette examines terrorism as a performative act using Boko Haram as a case study. She explores how Boko Haram exploits performative power…