Tag : Bella Davis

Dance Disease Infects Leeds – Review

3 weeks ago / 0 comments

Last Friday, Blueberry Hills Studios welcomed back new kids on the block, Dance Disease, after their sold out debut at the venue last year. Thanks to the likes of Patchwork and Next of Kin, the intimate, 300 capacity venue was the perfect setting for Dance Disease. Izzy Wylie, who started the … Read More

Subdub Still Going Strong – Review

4 weeks ago / 0 comments

Once again, the holy grounds of the West Indian Centre came alive to the relentless beat of an eclectic mix of Reggae, Dub, DnB, and Dancehall music, for Sub Dub’s return last Saturday (5th October).  The well-established and intensely popular night, SubDub, is an institution in and of itself. Founded … Read More

Tom Walker Returns to Leeds University Union, 13/10/18

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After a three year hiatus from Leeds University Union, Tom Walker made his epic comeback to Stylus, the legendary home of Fruity on Saturday 13th November. Having last played at Leeds uni in 2015 for the Leeds Summer Ball, his eventful return promised to be an exciting show. Fellow Relentless … Read More

Bodyguard – Does No One Else See the Clear Islamophobia?

1 month ago / 0 comments

I sat down like millions across the nation with much anticipation to watch the final instalment of the new BBC drama which has had the nation talking for weeks. The season finale promised to be a gripping and sophisticated reveal that was both exciting and surprising. The six part series … Read More

More Than Just A Phenomenal Woman – Maya Angelou

2 months ago / 0 comments

As part of Black History Month, Digital Associate Editor Bella Davis pays tribute to the multi-talented American artist. Pretty women wonder where my secret lies. I’m not cute or built to suit a fashion model’s size   But when I start to tell them, They think I’m telling lies. I … Read More

The Weekend Ahead: Sub Dub Returns Home

2 months ago / 0 comments

This weekend Subdub will be making its hotly anticipated and inevitably successful return to its original home, the West Indian Centre. The last Subdub event held at the venue was well over sixth months ago, having previously been at Wire, Mint Warehouse and Beaverworks. Despite its varying venue choices, Subdub … Read More

An Introduction to Hyde Park Picture House

2 months ago / 0 comments

If we told you that the UK’s only remaining gas-lit cinema sits right on our doorstep in the form of a charming and relaxed grade II listed building would you believe us? The infamous Hyde Park in Leeds is home to the unique and quirky Hyde Park Picture House located … Read More

Too Many Books Spoil the Plot

7 months ago / 0 comments

It’s very common for a reading slump to hit hard for many students who have been powering through copious amounts of reading related to their degree. Lifestyle and Culture Editor, Bella Davis, takes a look at the challenges she has faced whilst learning to read for pleasure again after finishing … Read More

The Key to Productivity Over Easter

9 months ago / 0 comments

Exams are looming and deadlines are coming thick and fast. But before they are officially upon us, we have the much needed Easter holidays. However, staying productive over this period and attempting to avoid the endless distractions that home offers can be really tricky. Easter break always seems to fly … Read More

Treat Your Shelf – A Boy Made of Blocks

9 months ago / 0 comments

This month, add an uplifting novel to your bookshelf with Keith Stuart’s A Boy Made of Blocks. This debut novel is sure to tug at your heartstrings, making you laugh, cry and everything in between. Drawing inspiration from Stuart’s own son, who was diagnosed as on the autism spectrum in … Read More