Tag : Emma Bowden

Ox Club heats up Headrow House

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Ox Club grill restaurant is one of the final pieces in the Headrow House puzzle, bringing four floors of food, drink, events and art in a renovated building to the people of Leeds. Curated by the creative minds behind Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen, the former textile mill has been … Read More

A Christmas Miracle: Turtle Bay comes to Leeds

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Caribbean food and fruity cocktails are always a winning combination, and Turtle Bay perfectly fuses the two in their new restaurant on Albion Street. Opening on the 15th December (and what better way to celebrate Christmas than happy hour everyday?), the style of the chain is lively, loud and vibrant, … Read More

Editor’s pick: December book releases

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Tinder Nightmares Elan Gale 4th December Whether we like to admit it or not, most of us have had a fling with Tinder at some point during university life. Although it may not lead to unrequited love or even anything more than a flippant message or bad chat up line, … Read More

Greek Street: The new Call Lane?

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It’s time to turn our attention away from the Northern Quarter as The Alchemist opens new doors to a rejuvenated Greek Street. Before the summer, ask any student what their favourite bar on Greek Street was and you’re most likely to have been met with a blank look. On the … Read More

Reading Week Reads

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M. Pamplemousse and the Carbon Footprint From the creator of the much-loved Paddington, comes this exciting instalment in the Monsieur Pamplemousse series, featuring the food-guide-write-turned-detective Monsieur Pamplemousse and his loyal bloodhound, Pommes Frites. Monsieur Leclercq, head of the illustrious food guide, Le Guide, tasks Monsieur Pamplemousse with writing a play … Read More

A Round Up of Halloween Events in Leeds

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As October draws to a close, arguably the biggest student night of the academic year looms over us in all of its ghostly, ghoulish and gruesome glory. Halloween, this year conveniently falling on a Saturday, brings Leeds to life with events all over the city, from haunted houses to disused … Read More

After the End has the apocalypse scheduled for 12 o’clock this Tuesday

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If you knew when the exact moment the world was going to end, what would you do? This is a question I was left pondering after Tuesday evening’s showing of “After the End,” a student performed, student written production shown in the Banham Theatre this week. Walking into the pitch-black … Read More

Film | The Devil and Daniel Johnston – a hardhitting yet uplifting portrayal of a man struggling with mental illness

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Hyde Park Picture House was the perfect setting for an authentic and often haunting documentary about the life and influences of troubled singer, songwriter and artist Daniel Johnston, shown as part of this weekends Leeds Love Arts Festival. Suffering from extreme manic depression and bipolar disorder from a young age, … Read More