We check out Harvey Nick’s Leeds new grooming department. And get volcanic ash rubbed in our face.
We review pop up Leeds eating experience The Pink Shed, and it’s ace.
Bounding onstage like a be-lacquered Rick Astley in ubiquitous Roy Orbison shades, vocalist Ryan Dooley appears fairly sure of himself and with a Warner Bros deal secured, some positive recent press and favourable recent testimonials from the likes of Morrissey, why wouldn’t he be?
Barbara Nice is not an easy act to review; simply because it is so gloriously unique and incomparable to anything I have ever been to before. Taking on the persona of a housewife and mother of 5, Barbara Nice is…
As a city, Leeds loves film. From the International Film Festival to Minicine Community Cinema, West Yorkshire celebrates the cinematic arts as much as it does pale ale and pork pies; making the perfect backdrop for a new, thought-provoking DIY film festival…
Every now and again on TQS we like to highlight a particular restaurant, bar or shop we think you’ll love. We often get asked about great places to eat in Leeds so we thought we’d let you know about (if you don’t already!) one of our favourites: Bibis Italianissimo.
The sixth Live at Leeds 2012 took place on Saturday – find out what we rated and slated (but mostly rated!)
There’s a lot going on in Leeds in May, not least in theatres! Have a look at TQS’s rundown of best picks to catch some fantastic drama and entertainment.
I LIKE TRAINS, an alternative post Rock band from Leeds, are on the brink of releasing their eagerly awaited third album named ‘The Shallows’ on 7th May – check out our review!
Live at Leeds is a music festival throughout the city centre from 4th to 7th May. Check out TQS’s preview and some of our must-see acts.