Our wonderful In The Middle Associate Alex Gibbon interviews Leeds-based Gondal Theatre Company as they prepare for their upcoming performance of The Glass Bell!
Since the start of Lockdown seven weeks ago, UK air pollution levels have dropped and bicycle sales have soared as transport and industry have been grounded to a halt amidst growing public fears of contracting […]
Kate Wassell couldn’t wait until November 5th, so she made her way down to Belgrave to see Bang Bang Romeo provide their own set full of sonic fireworks. In their sold-out Belgrave show, Bang Bang […]
With governments around the world moving towards harm reduction policies, and organisations such as the British Medical Journal advocating drug policy reform in the UK, the Labour Party may finally be turning its back on […]
After a decade in folk trio Mountain Man, Molly Sarlé has gone solo and is releasing her debut album later this month. Alex Gibbon caught up with her during her European tour for an introspective, thoughtful yet effortlessly charming chat about the joys of Yorkshire’s moors, going solo, and karaoke calamities.
Image Credit: [James Felton] Sports Editor James Felton gives us his perspective on the Swans visit to South Yorkshire, where Rotherham United stole a late win. After the summer spent looking forward to Championship away […]
Image Credit: [The Observer] Sports Editor Cian Fox had a chance to speak to the Yorkshire International Football Association, the YIFA, about the county’s new football team. Freshers at the University of Leeds will soon […]
Last week Leeds city council member Charles Duckworth called on the people of Yorkshire to get behind the movement to vote for an independent Yorkshire. In a city council discussion, Mr Duckworth stated that across […]
Following the election of ‘metro-mayors’ earlier this year for the regions of Greater Manchester, Liverpool City, Tees Valley and further afield in the West Midlands, West of England and Cambridgeshire, a majority of council leaders […]
Juliette Rowsell casts her thoughts on Francis Lee’s local masterpiece and why it we need it on our screens now, more than ever. It feels remarkable that Francis Lee’s directorial debut was written before the […]
Aneeka Hussain gives an insightful and personal review of Bradford Literature Festival 2017 where she volunteered as the city she calls home was transformed into a hub of culture and excitement. From 30th June to the […]
Over the past three years, The University of Leeds has collected over £211,000 in library fines from overdue books. In this time, universities across Yorkshire have received more than £600,000 in library fines. The total […]