It’s the last week of March so let’s end it with a bang by getting out and about and enjoying the best of what the city has to offer.
Leeds was recently named one of the best places to live in the UK by The Sunday Times and we have to say, we whole-heartedly agree.
The city was praised for its incredible culture and arts, which just by glancing at this list of events you can clearly see why.
So as we step further into Spring, let’s take advantage of what’s going on in our wonderful city. From musical performances to food festivals and family-friendly Easter activities, this week is going to be a fun one…
Snoop Dogg Live
Monday 27 March 2023 | First Direct Arena, Arena Way
Snoop Dogg has finally rebooked the gigs that got pushed back during lockdown (then again for other reasons) and will be performing in Leeds with Xzibit as a special guest plus support from Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, Obie Trice and D12, and Irish rap duo Versatile.
Tickets are still available, costing between £45.50 and £68.50 via See Tickets.
Find out more here.
Monday 27 March – Saturday 1 April 2023 | Leeds Grand Theatre, New Briggate
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The sisters have officially landed in Leeds and will be giving you the show of a lifetime all week at the beautiful Leeds Grand Theatre.
This life-affirming musical is a joyous celebration of sisterhood which is bound to leave you beaming in your seats. Tickets for this heavenly performance can be bought here.
Trinity Kitchen New Vendors
All Week | Trinity Shopping Centre
We’re officially into spring – and with the new seasons come new food trucks over at Trinity Kitchen. From much-loved Levantine cuisine MorMor to newcomers bringing ‘weiner’ dogs to the table, there’s truly something for everybody to get stuck in to.
Head on over to Trinity Kitchen and see what takes your fancy, we promise you won’t be disappointed.
Leeds School of Arts Launch Night
Wednesday 29 March | Leeds Beckett University, Portland Way
Leeds Beckett University are to launch their brand new, state-of-the-art Leeds School of Arts building this Wednesday. The new building will house a community of 3,000 diverse creators studying design, fashion, architecture, music, film and the performing arts.
The launch will be marked with an exciting programme of events, including an exclusive live performance, reception and concert featuring live academic and student performances. Anyone is welcome to attend the launch and celebrate the incredible role that the university plays in the arts and cultural life of our city.
Wednesday 29 March – Sunday 2 April | 95 Kirkgate, Leeds City Centre
This brand new Ibiza-themed bar in Kirkgate only just opened on the weekend, so why not head down this week as they embark on their first full week of opening. Expect a Mediterranean-inspired cocktail menu, an epic party atmosphere and regular live music to get you dancing into the night.
Think rattan chairs, turquoise walls adorned with striking neon signs and plush pink soft furnishings to nestle down in- the interior alone makes you feel as though you’ve hopped on a flight to the Balearics.
Burrowing Bunnies Easter Trail
Friday 31st March – Sunday 16 April 2023 | White Rose Shopping Centre
There’s nothing like a bunny trail to get you in the Easter spirit. White Rose Shopping Centre will be hosting a fantastically free Burrowing Bunnies Easter Trail where families are invited to find eight mischievous bunnies hiding around the centre.
And the best part is, after you’ve completed the trail and located each mischievous bunny then you can trade in your map at the end for a delicious Easter treat and a pair of adorable rabbit ears.
Real Food Market Ilkley
Sunday 2 April 2023 | The Grove, Ilkley
On the first Sunday of every month there is an artisan food market in Ilkley that will absolutely blow your socks off. Hosted by Real Food Markets, you can expect a selection of the best stallholders in Yorkshire who will be selling an array of goodies for you to take home with you.
Whilst you’re there we urge you to stop by The Ilkley Kitchen to sample one of their epic sausage rolls, mammoth scotch eggs or irresistible sweet treats (the mini bundt cakes are to die for). We recommend picking up a few things, as you won’t be able to resist the temptation of tucking in right there on the spot.
Feature image – The Ilkley Kitchen / Supplied / The Hoot Leeds