Books & Poetry

LEEDS NOW AND THEN….

LEEDS NOW AND THEN….

Whether you were born in Leeds, live or have lived in the city or have just arrived here, this is the book for you. Although my career has taken me literally all over the UK and to the antipodes I never really ever forgot my home town. Leeds Then and Now is a great coffee […]

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts Season

Square Chapel Centre for the Arts Season

A fun-packed season of shows to enjoy from April through to August at Square Chapel Centre for the Arts   Our younger audience can enjoy some magical Easter treats   A brilliant selection of comedy; from razor sharp stand-up to hilarious theatre   Poignant and thought provoking performances   Breathtaking dance and a great variety […]

Calling all local poets!

Calling all local poets!

On Saturday 12 October Square Chapel is delighted to welcome back Roy Hutchins. Following last year’s ‘Poetry on the Nose’, Roy returns to perform ‘Forbidden Fruit’, Heathcote Williams’ latest collection of poetic meditations. This wonderful evening will be split into two halves. The first is Roy performing Heathcote Williams’ wonderful words and then after the […]

The White Swan: Introducing Johnny Jordan

The White Swan: Introducing Johnny Jordan

ohnny Jordan is a lovable psychic entertainer, wowing audiences whilst boosting his own ever growing ego! When a grieving family, in his home town of York, contact him to speak with their murdered loved one from beyond the grave he can’t help but get involved. Way over his head lacking any psychic ability and facing […]

TOP LOCAL AUTHOR INSPIRES PUPILS TO PICK UP THEIR PENS

TOP LOCAL AUTHOR INSPIRES PUPILS TO PICK UP THEIR PENS

Bestselling local author, Neil Hanson, visited The Grammar School at Leeds this week, to inspire senior school pupils with entertaining and interactive workshops about the importance of the handwritten word. Neil has teamed up with Europe’s largest writing instrument specialist, The Pen Shop, to launch a special creative writing competition for year eight pupils at […]