Saturday 18th January 2020 3:30pm
The Shepherds Boy
157 Huddersfield Road, Dewsbury WF13 2RP
A traditional Irish Music session hosted by Jim Doody and friends.
From 1st March 2020 3:30pm
MANY FREE EVENTS
Across the city of Leeds
Did you know that throughout the month of March every year, Irish History Month takes place? An initiative brought about by the Irish Arts Foundation, first celebrated in Leeds in 2007, it is now in its fourteenth year.
Check here for updates regarding the events.
From Sunday 29th March 2020 3:30pm
Between March and August 2020, on the last Sunday of the month between 3:30pm and 6pm the Irish Arts Foundation will be hosting an early evening informal 'session' of traditional Irish music.
Check here for updates regarding the locations of these events.
Contribution to room hire (further details on request)
Swarthmore Education Centre 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 (Wednesday 6pm-7pm). It is ideally suited for those who have a little knowledge of the language already. tel: 0113 2787442
The Community Corridor, 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.