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Our banner designer this month is the fab David Craig – we asked him a few of our burning questions…
Rachel Davey is an illustrator based in Yorkshire. Her work is hand drawn, before using photoshop to play around with layout and colour – plenty of colour! Wendy Denman stepped out of her monochrome day into a world of bright, beaming beings. Read on for a mini interview and your chance to win her Leeds Inspired poster!
Last night’s City Series Leeds event was fascinating. Some thoughts from @philkirby
A few weeks on and here’s some more thoughts on walking the Leeds doughnut, reflecting on the life of the pedestrian and how housing development affects this. AnarchicAli reports…
Venerable institution seeks person with vision and skills; Bramley Baths requires a CEO
Former Intastella front woman and cutting edge Manchester actress and playwright Stella Grundy talks to Culture Vulture Rich Jevons
Culture Vulture Rich Jevons talks to Henry Moore Institute’s Head of Sculpture Studies Lisa Le Feuvre about the Gego: Line As Object exhibtion in Leeds.
Would you like to introduce Gego as an artist for people …
Ahead of the official release of ace new album Runt County, poet, Matthew Hedley-Stoppard, and musician, Lewis Young from The Glass Delusion, wordplay a blinder at Seven Arts in Leeds.
Fancy going for a walk? A doughnut walk? Culture Vulture invites you out for a stroll next Sunday 30th March. We just haven’t quite pinned down where…
There’s been a fair bit of debate around the withdrawal of Israeli theatre company, Incubator, from the Edinburgh Fringe. Anarchic Ali argues that cultural boycotts are a necessary part of the resistance to the attack on Gaza. Feel free to comment or write your own post in reply.
Susan Williamson (@shiningred) takes her mum to explore the newly reopened Old Peacock pub, opposite Elland Road in South Leeds. They serve a nice pint of 1919 we hear.
I was leaning against an alley wall outside The Angel on Briggate drinking a cold beer. On a big screen opposite the Pound Shop a thread of cyclists tears in two as they meet …
In our latest adventure around the offices of Leeds, we poked our nose around AQL’s Salem Church building…