We review pop up Leeds eating experience The Pink Shed, and it’s ace.
We preview After What Comes Before, a new performance by University of Leeds graduate theatre group Manic Chord Theatre – an interactive work set in Temple Works
We preview Transform: My Leeds My City, a theatre festival from West Yorkshire Playhouse which features work from Leeds writers, producers, artists and performers
We went to the End of Summer Fashion Show at Tiger Tiger Leeds to see some up & coming menswear and womenswear designers. Here’s what we thought.
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.
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.
TQS is thrilled to be an official partner of this year’s Leeds Comedy Festival:Laughter Lines which is running across the city 28th April-4th May.
Here are our top 7 of the finer things to do in Leeds this payday, one for every day of the week.
Contributor Claudia Rowe reviews (The?) War on Drugs at the Brudnell social club in roughly 13 words surrounded by a couple hundred more on her musings on gyrating hips, her street cred and stalker-paranoia.
Classic 50s Hollywood Musical. Check. Glass of Champagne on arrival. Check. Live performances of movie classic by local band. Check. 50s Fancy Dress. Check. Are we going? CHECK.