Articles by Kay Brown
Kay is a Marketing and Business Development Manager who likes to blog about the little things that create smiles.
Touring company Heartbreak Productions require a small team of volunteer stewards for their upcoming performances at Temple Newsam.
Robots are being developed for a variety of reasons and this week, two March of the Robots guests chat about using technology to consider wider ideas and to experience something that they want to do but can’t… fly!
Kay Brown tells us that we hear her right when she says that a French farm has arrived overnight in Huddersfield town centre…
Kay Brown informs us of Bike Story’s ability to make us reminisce through its storytelling and venues whilst trying not to give too much away!
Paul Henry tells us more about Measure, a new coffee festival which plans to celebrate the speciality coffee industry and our local coffee houses.
How do you launch a public art commission? If you’re March of the Robots you bring Paul Bonomini and the Giant Robots Collective to Armley!
We learn a little more about the Tour de France fringe project that’s aiming to amplify the reach of the city’s independent businesses.
Kay Brown went to the Leeds Print Festival launch at Leeds Gallery last night and came away with her very own letterpress print (hope it didn’t get soggy in that downpour!)
Leeds Print Festival returns to Leeds Gallery in Munro House for its third year to continue to champion contemporary and traditional print making processes.
The opening night, taking place at Leeds Gallery this Friday evening kicks …
Frances Quinn, winner of The Great British Bake Off 2013 is undertaking another signature bake especially for The Hepworth.
“Being a designer is about seeing things and getting angry about them” – Kay gives us the lowdown on Wayne Hemingway’s talk at Leeds College of Art.
Following her recent Leeds hip hop post, @KayLinaBrown visited West Yorkshire Playhouse for a triple bill from acclaimed artist Jonzi D.
For the second post in our Leeds music series, we set our sights on the local Hip Hop scene and learn about the music and club venture, Fresh Jive.
Cheery blogger @KayLinaBrown reviews the latest touring performance to grace the stage at the first direct arena.
The first in a series of blogposts about the music scene and the little bits, people, organisation, events and stories waiting to be heard.
Munro House, the home to a wide range of creative doers, makers and dreamers in Leeds is recruiting a Project Assistant to be involved with the next stage of development for the building.
With an art …
We preview Northern Ballet’s The Nutcracker which returns to delight audiences with everyone’s favourite Christmas story.
Following SMG’s ‘Open For Business Meeting’, Emma Bearman asks Colin Oliver how the Leeds Arena will affect local promoters.