What's on

Unfortunately, we don't have any events to display for today!
Unfortunately, we don't have any events to display for this week
Unfortunately, we don't have any events to display for this month!
View All

What's on

Please check out our recommendations ranging from big to niche happenings. Please be aware this a selection of what’s on in Leeds not a definitive event list...

  • Type
  • Location
  • Vibe

Karolina Larusdottir: Print Exhibition

Sun 24th March | 5.18pm
For the past 20 years Leeds has been proud to display a collection of etchings by renowned printmaker Karolina Larusdottir....

Every picture tells a story

Sun 24th March | 5.18pm
Head to Sunny Bank Mills to see Every Picture Tells a Story. The show will mark the 50th exhibition in the Sunny Bank Mills Gallery and continues until 6th January 2019.

The Christmas Jewellery Show

Sun 24th March | 5.18pm
The Christmas Jewellery Show 2018 is a stunning jewellery collection from ten contemporary jewellers at the Craft Centre and Design Gallery!

Kitty Oakley – Acting Suspiciously

Sun 24th March | 5.18pm
Kitty Oakley's exhibition Acting Suspiciously is inspired by her life experiences and who she has encountered and has mastered her art by learning to watch the people around her very carefully...

Parliament and the First World War

Sun 24th March | 5.18pm
Through this fascinating exhibition, on loan from the Parliamentary Archives, you will be able to explore documents, paintings and objects which demonstrate the profound changes in Parliament
Exhibition artwork by Modes of Expression

Playing by Eye: Modes of Expression

Sun 24th March | 5.18pm
Modes of Expression take their trademark, playful approach on a journey into new dimensions of mixed-media making in this one-of-a-kind, site-specific exhibition.
A team picture of the Yorkshire Cricket Club in the 19th Century

Game Taken Seriously: Yorkshire Cricket in the 19th Century

Sun 24th March | 5.18pm
Drawing on his two recent books, Jeremy Lonsdale will talk about how cricket grew in Yorkshire in the 19th century, tracing the story from the opening of the first purpose-built commercial ground in Sheffield in 1822
  • Please complete this form to purchase your Black Card

  • £ 0.00