Leeds has emerged from Lockdown 2.0 and straight into tier 3 of the government’s COVID restrictions. This has meant that many of Leeds’ hospitality venues have been forced to keep their doors closed for a […]
Does the future of art installations lie in historic buildings? Georgie Burgess investigates.
A watery underworld has popped up in St John’s shopping center for two weeks this February and I went along to check it out.
Georgie Burgess reviews Opera North’s production of Katya Kabanova, on at the Leeds Grand on select dates until the 27th of February. Here I was, back again to see my second opera and it was […]
I love the theatre. I am what one may call a ‘theatre nerd’. I pride myself on knowing cast lists, touring dates and musical scores off by heart. My Instagram feed is full of Broadway […]
Georgie Burgess reviews Opera North’s production of Tosca, an opera written by Giacomo Puccini that first premiered in 1900. Too many people assume the Opera is not for them. I believe Tosca will prove them […]
This week, Channel 5 aired the first in an 8-part series detailing the life of Queen Elizabeth II. The first episode, called ‘Queen in Waiting’ details the Queen’s younger years, ending with the death of […]
Wes Anderson has one of the most distinctive and recognisable directing-producing styles in the film industry. What began as low-budget indie films have now cemented Anderson in pop culture history forever. Wes is known for […]
This summer, Sir Ian McKellen will be reprising his title role in Chichester Festival Theatre’s West End transfer of King Lear. After a sold-out run in 2017, this production will play in the Duke of […]
There’s no two ways about it, exams are stressful. But now, thankfully, for most of us they’re over. So here are 10 ways to de-stress now that you’re free. Meet your friends for a coffee […]