Writer and Arts and Culture print editor Owen Frost investigates the recent decision from Cineworld to temporarily close their cinemas, after the postponement of No Time To Die’s date of release. The decision to close has affected over 37,000 globally.
It’s Black History Month and, to celebrate, local cinema stalwart Hyde Park Picture House are screening a series of films that explore Black culture. Melina Matsoukas’ directorial debut Queen & Slim is about to be […]
Hyde Park Book Club Book Club is a great spot for either a chilled pint with friends or a great opportunity to pick up a book from their selection of great non-fiction and fiction. Over […]
Everyone’s favourite independent cinema comes to campus for Freshers’ Week.
The Picture House, a staple of Leeds culture for over 100 years is about to hit the road and set up shop across the city, including right here at Leeds University Union.
This Saturday our beloved Hyde Park Picture House hosted the Labour MP for North Leeds Alex Sobel to introduce 2040, the hopeful new documentary by award winning director (That Sugar Film) and concerned father Damon […]
Arts and Culture editor Tanika Lane gives you a run-down of Hyde Park’s famous cinema
The iconic 104 year old cinema has secured £2.3 million of funding from the National Lottery and Leeds City Council for a landmark redevelopment project. The grant will pay for an extensive refurbishment of the […]
Arts editor Katherine Corcoran talks to Ollie Jenkins, Marketing and Communications Manager at the cinema, about how the renovation will look toward both the future and the past. So, tell me about the birth of the […]
In July this year it was announced that one of the last surviving picture palaces in the UK, Hyde Park Picture House, will get a multi-million-pound refurbishment. The hope is that this will make the […]
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 […]
Beginning to get jealous of all your friends going away this Easter? Don’t fret. Here is your ultimate guide for everything going on in Leeds over the holidays. We’re not in Lonely Planet’s ‘Best Cities’ […]