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Leeds Town Hall has seen its fair share of excitement since Cuthbert Brodrick first laid out his plans for the building in the 19th century.Read the full story..
We’re incredibly lucky in Yorkshire to have a venue like the venerable Leeds Town Hall that attracts many of the world’s finest artists.Read the full story..
Since completion in 1858, Leeds Town Hall has played host to many influential and ground-breaking artists from across the globe.Read the full story..
Hmm. Ominous silence from Putin’s St Petersburg, cradle of the October Revolution, in its centenary month.Read the full story..
Turandot by Puccini has long been my favourite opera. There is something about the scale of its ambition, the dark tragedy at the heart of what is essentially a love story, and the sheer power of the music that rips my heart out every time I hear it.Read the full story..
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