Thu, 6 Dec 8:15pm
£PWYF ( Pay What You Feel)
Café Lento, North Lane, Leeds LS6 3HW
An informal evening of Irish traditional music and song.
Mon, 17 Dec 9:00pm
Cardigan Arms Community Hub, 364 Kirkstall Rd, Leeds LS4 2HQ
An informal evening of Irish traditional music and song with special guest Sean-nós (old style) dancer and flute player Aneta Dortová.
In collaboration with Slanjayvah Danza
Tue, 5 Feb 7:45pm
Assemby Bar & Kitchen, Headingley Enterprise & Arts Centre, Bennett Road, Leeds LS6 3HN
Des Hurley & Friends
Sun, 1 Apr Mon, 1 Apr
Leeds, City wide
Click here for details of our upcoming programme of events April to September 2018
Wed, 27 Sep Thu, 27 Jun
Contribution to room hire (further details on request)
Swarthmore College 2-7 Woodhouse Square, Leeds, LS3 1AD
We are pleased to announce the continuation of the Irish language conversation group for the forthcoming academic year. The group, open to new members, is operated in a relaxed environment. The session takes place at Swarthmore Education Centre (6pm-7pm). The mantra is we learn together! It is ideally suited for those who have a little knowledge of the language already. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 0113 278 7442
Wed, 3 Jan Tue, 30 Jul
Venues across LeedsThe Irish Arts Foundation works in collaboration with a range of community based organisations and projects across Leeds including Berkeley Court Residential Home, Richmond Hill Elders Association, Older Wiser Leeds Seniors and Caring Together. We provide traditional Irish music performances and cultural activities predominantly but not exclusively for its Irish long-term residents or to encourage attendance from older Irish people in particular.
Wed, 13 Dec Sat, 13 Jun
Leeds City Museum Millennium Square, LS2 8BH
A recreation of the legendary Leeds pub, The Roscoe (formerly of Sheepscar interchange) is currently on display in Leeds City Museum.
The model is the creation of Dubliner Andy Gibney, a resident of Leeds since the early 1970's and forms part of the 'Story of Leeds' section of the museum.
Read more at: www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk