Tuesday 28th July 7:00pm
Tickets £5 available from HEART reception
Assembly Bar & Kitchen, Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre, Bennett Road, Leeds LS6 3HN
Des Hurley & Friends
An acoustic evening of traditional Irish Music and Song with special guests.
Drinks and snacks will be available via the Assembly Bar + Kitchen Courtyard entrance and payable by card (no cash)
Last orders 9.00pm – closing time 9.30pmwww.heartcentre.org.uk
Friday 21st August 6:00pm
£ Pay What You Feel
The Courtyard, Seven Arts, 31a Harrogate Road, Leeds LS7 3PD
Chill out with a drink or coffee after work for an hours traditional Irish music. Social distancing in effect, in the outside courtyard.www.sevenleeds.co.uk
Fortnightly - see below 6:30pm
FREE RADIO BROADCAST
East Leeds FM, Old Seacroft Chapel, 1081 York Road, Leeds LS14 6JB
The new fortnightly radio show starting on Tuesday 2nd June will run initially for eight weeks. It will be presented by Owen Spafford assisted by Des Hurley and engineered by Elliott Moon from Chapel FM.
Now on the FM airwaves at 94.6FM! - Tune in fortnightly to East Leeds FM, ‘The Leeds Irish Music Programme’ Tuesday evening 6.30-7.30pm.
East Leeds FM have up a standalone radio show page on the Chapel FM website for the series to listen back to all the programmes.www.chapelfm.co.uk/irisharts
Contribution to room hire (further details on request)
Swarthmore Education Centre 2-7 Woodhouse Square, Leeds, LS3 1AD
CANCELLED! 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
CANCELLED! 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.