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Leeds: Steampunks Rolling Stock Out

July 02, 2017 at Middleton Railway in Leeds.

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The Leeds Steampunk Market brings you a very special summer market held at Middleton Railway. This is 1st and 2nd July 2017, trading times 10-5 on both days.

Moor Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS10 2JQ

The Middleton Railway is the world’s oldest working railway running steam and diesel trains from Moor Road to Middleton Park. This will be running a steam train all weekend – timetable shows first departure from Moor Road at 11am and last one at 4pm.
An extensive museum collection is usually on display in the Engine House – most of these are moved out onto the tracks for this event allowing us space for the traders.

There will be free workshop tours and cab rides in the locomotives for a small extra charge.

It is run entirely by volunteers and entry to the market will be £2 per adult (all proceeds going to the Railway) but this will be discounted to FREE on production of some sort of the LSM flyer. The £2 admission will be discounted from the train fare if you decide to take a ride.

You can combine unlimited rides on the train with a visit to the park, and this makes a fun day out for all the family.
Admission is now £6 adult, £2.50 child, £15 family (2 adults + up to 3 children) this has increased slightly since last year as their tickets prices have only gone up by 50p in the last ten years!

There is a shop that sells souvenirs, sweets and hot and cold drinks. This is going to be expanded into the seating area having more cakes.

There will be coffee jousting on both days with medals for the 1st and 2nd place and the Coffee Bean (host) made by Captain Cumberpatch’s Curious Creations.

Please note that there is easy disabled access to all of the building including the upstairs conference room and public areas of the railway.

This will be an interactive event, with traders in the Engine House only on the ground floor and having an Escape Room in the 1st floor conference room.

There will also be a fund raising raffle run on both days as well for a charity.

The Flying Squadron with one of their the owls demonstrating their charm and style will also be in attendance. https://www.facebook.com/TheFlyingSquadron

http://www.middletonrailway.org.uk/

PITCH SIZES: All pitches are based on just a 6ft table or rail. There is a choice between standard or a deep pitch option at Middleton.

Due to the layout of the building, there are exposed train tracks where the locos will have been moved out. There are only enough slats to cover these gaps for the deep pitches to safely allow public access so with the single pitches, the table covers the front gap and your stock goes over the gap closer to the back wall.

6ft single comes with space to fit one 6ft trestle table with room for a seat and plenty of stock behind (or a single 6ft rail of your own if you prefer.) The gap behind your table actually measures 7 feet!

If you need to have space for two 6ft rails or a rail and a table, you will need a double space of some sort to accommodate this. If you have your own tables, you do need to bring them as there are only a small amount supplied at the venue.

The deep pitches measure 6′ wide x 11′ deep and your two tables/rails must be placed in an L shape towards the front of your area allowing for a 3′ gap between the rear table and the wall. If you need two side by side, then you must book a standard double.
There is only one outward facing L shape which is chargeable as a deep pitch.

Do not assume you can bring and fit in more than the stated amount of rail or tables that your paid for space allows. This will impact on the space next to you either needed for public access or used by another trader.

PITCH PRICES:
PRICES ARE SLIGHTLY MORE THAN LAST YEAR AS WE ARE NOT PUTTING TRADERS UP IN THE 1ST FLOOR BOARDROOM ON THIS OCCASION.
Pitch prices for Middleton are:
£35 for a single pitch for one day.
£70 for a standard (straight) double pitch for one day.
£65 for a deep pitch for one day.
£70 for a single pitch for both days.
£140 for a standard double pitch for both days.
£130 for a deep pitch for both days.
There is no discount for doubles or trading both days. Please ensure you check the information regarding the difference between deep and double pitches to ensure you have booked and paid for the right one.
Please be aware that due to Paypal’s processing fees the Paypal figures are:
Single for one day £36.50, £72.70 for both, double for one day £72.70, £145.20 for both, deep for one day £67.50, £135.00 for both .

**Interested traders please email leedssteampunkmarket@gmail.com making sure you clearly state the date you are referring to, don’t just comment on the event as Facebook does not notify me of this!**

Address: Moor Road, Leeds
Steampunks Rolling Stock Out

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Leeds: Introduction to Transactional Analysis (TA101)

July 01, 2017 at The Horsforth Centre for Counselling, Psychotherapy & Coaching in Leeds.

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The TA 101 course is the official Introduction to Transactional Analysis. Transactional Analysis is a theory of personality and offers a range of models that can be used to understand communication and relationships.

This is a 2 day course. Following attendance of this course (min 12 hours) you will be awarded with an internationally recognised TA101 certificate, which is issued by UKATA. The course will be delivered by Lin Cheung PTSTA, a UKATA Registered Trainer.

Come and join us in an exciting journey of discovery where you will be introduced to the main concepts of TA, which will offer you a way of understanding yourself and others. The course will include concepts such as

Ego States – how come sometimes I feel like I’m a little kid again? or act like my Mum or Dad?
Psychological Games – how come I can feel the car crash coming in this conversation?
Life Scripts – how come I keep on repeating the same old mistakes?
Transactions – what is going on in this dialogue?
Autonomy – hey – this way of relating feels great!

2 day course costs £140. Lunch is not included.

Course Administrator email: contact@tatraining.org or telephone us on 0113 2583399

“I thoroughly enjoyed the 2 days, it was relaxed and informative and useful for my own self-development and for my coaching practice”. Mandy Parfitt.
“Excellent training in a very comfortable environment. Extremely interesting exercises which helped consolidate learning. Informative course material provided for all to keep. Ruth Williams, Leeds.
“Great introduction to TA, theory and practical. Excellent training and facilitation process”. Martha Roberts.

Address: 138 Low Lane, Leeds
Introduction to Transactional Analysis (TA101)

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Leeds: Steampunks Rolling Stock Out

July 01, 2017 at Middleton Railway in Leeds.

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The Leeds Steampunk Market brings you a very special summer market held at Middleton Railway. This is 1st and 2nd July 2017, trading times 10-5 on both days.

Moor Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS10 2JQ

The Middleton Railway is the world’s oldest working railway running steam and diesel trains from Moor Road to Middleton Park. This will be running a steam train all weekend – timetable shows first departure from Moor Road at 11am and last one at 4pm.
An extensive museum collection is usually on display in the Engine House – most of these are moved out onto the tracks for this event allowing us space for the traders.

There will be free workshop tours and cab rides in the locomotives for a small extra charge.

It is run entirely by volunteers and entry to the market will be £2 per adult (all proceeds going to the Railway) but this will be discounted to FREE on production of some sort of the LSM flyer. The £2 admission will be discounted from the train fare if you decide to take a ride.

You can combine unlimited rides on the train with a visit to the park, and this makes a fun day out for all the family.
Admission is now £6 adult, £2.50 child, £15 family (2 adults + up to 3 children) this has increased slightly since last year as their tickets prices have only gone up by 50p in the last ten years!

There is a shop that sells souvenirs, sweets and hot and cold drinks. This is going to be expanded into the seating area having more cakes.

There will be coffee jousting on both days with medals for the 1st and 2nd place and the Coffee Bean (host) made by Captain Cumberpatch’s Curious Creations.

Please note that there is easy disabled access to all of the building including the upstairs conference room and public areas of the railway.

This will be an interactive event, with traders in the Engine House only on the ground floor and having an Escape Room in the 1st floor conference room.

There will also be a fund raising raffle run on both days as well for a charity.

The Flying Squadron with one of their the owls demonstrating their charm and style will also be in attendance. https://www.facebook.com/TheFlyingSquadron

http://www.middletonrailway.org.uk/

PITCH SIZES: All pitches are based on just a 6ft table or rail. There is a choice between standard or a deep pitch option at Middleton.

Due to the layout of the building, there are exposed train tracks where the locos will have been moved out. There are only enough slats to cover these gaps for the deep pitches to safely allow public access so with the single pitches, the table covers the front gap and your stock goes over the gap closer to the back wall.

6ft single comes with space to fit one 6ft trestle table with room for a seat and plenty of stock behind (or a single 6ft rail of your own if you prefer.) The gap behind your table actually measures 7 feet!

If you need to have space for two 6ft rails or a rail and a table, you will need a double space of some sort to accommodate this. If you have your own tables, you do need to bring them as there are only a small amount supplied at the venue.

The deep pitches measure 6′ wide x 11′ deep and your two tables/rails must be placed in an L shape towards the front of your area allowing for a 3′ gap between the rear table and the wall. If you need two side by side, then you must book a standard double.
There is only one outward facing L shape which is chargeable as a deep pitch.

Do not assume you can bring and fit in more than the stated amount of rail or tables that your paid for space allows. This will impact on the space next to you either needed for public access or used by another trader.

PITCH PRICES:
PRICES ARE SLIGHTLY MORE THAN LAST YEAR AS WE ARE NOT PUTTING TRADERS UP IN THE 1ST FLOOR BOARDROOM ON THIS OCCASION.
Pitch prices for Middleton are:
£35 for a single pitch for one day.
£70 for a standard (straight) double pitch for one day.
£65 for a deep pitch for one day.
£70 for a single pitch for both days.
£140 for a standard double pitch for both days.
£130 for a deep pitch for both days.
There is no discount for doubles or trading both days. Please ensure you check the information regarding the difference between deep and double pitches to ensure you have booked and paid for the right one.
Please be aware that due to Paypal’s processing fees the Paypal figures are:
Single for one day £36.50, £72.70 for both, double for one day £72.70, £145.20 for both, deep for one day £67.50, £135.00 for both .

**Interested traders please email leedssteampunkmarket@gmail.com making sure you clearly state the date you are referring to, don’t just comment on the event as Facebook does not notify me of this!**

Address: Moor Road, Leeds
Steampunks Rolling Stock Out

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Leeds: Beginners Ceramics – Creative Craft Class

June 28, 2017 at Our Handmade Collective in Leeds.

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Participants of the course will make up to 8 keep sake hanging decorations, buttons or pieces to make into jewellery or variety of each. Natalie from Upsydaisy Craft will show the class simple and more complex pottery techniques to create pattern and texture using a vast variety of cutters and stamps which she will provide (everything from flowers, hearts and dinosaurs to letters, clouds and houses).

As the pieces dry Natalie will demonstrate glazing and bring along examples of the colours for the class to glaze their own pieces. The finished items will be loaded into individual boxes and taken away to be fired in the kiln and will be ready for collection at the shop approx. 2 weeks later – you will receive email confirmation and finished pieces can be posted out (this can be arranged in the class)

Natalie will bring examples of what can be made, please feel free to bring along any stamps/textures you want to try in the clay, any ideas or sketches you may have. Or just come along and see what creativity inspires you on the night!

No previous experience required, lots of fun to be had playing with clay – recommended to bring an apron but the clay doesn’t stain.

All materials and equipment provided. Suitable for adults and responsible children.

Cost £30.00 per person.

Bookings can be made at Our Handmade Collective. All bookings are final and non-refundable unless the class is cancelled by Our Handmade Collective.

Address: 19 Grand Arcade, Vicar Lane, Leeds
Beginners Ceramics - Creative Craft Class

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Leeds: Cliff Richard in Leeds

June 28, 2017 at Harewood House Leeds in Leeds.

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Get tickets for Cliff Richard concert in Leeds, 28 Jun 2017 on ConcertWith.Me – http://cwm.io/755f84

All tickets on Concertwith.Me covered by our guarantee.

You will receive a 100% refund for your tickets if:

– Your order was accepted but not delivered by the seller.
– Your order was accepted but not delivered in time for the event.
– Your event is cancelled and is not rescheduled.
– Your tickets were not valid for entry.
– You can purchase your tickets with peace of mind knowing we have you covered.

Address: Harewood Estate, Leeds
Cliff Richard in Leeds

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Leeds: Can You Dance? Leeds

June 25, 2017 at Headingley Campus – Leeds Beckett University in Leeds.

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Returning to Leeds Beckett University, Can You Dance will be hosting it’s hugely successful touring dance convention live from Leeds on Sunday June 25th. Take classes with the industries best, look around our exhibition, watch top UK colleges perform and take part in our competition. “CYD? Has to be the best dance event the uk has at present, it has all styles, ages, dancers, teachers and professionals all in one place at various locations doing and supporting what we all love! Congrats to both Tom Shilcock & Matt Flint and everyone else for organising these events, looking forward to 2017!!”

Address: Headingley Campus, Church Wood Avenue, Leeds
Can You Dance? Leeds

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Leeds: Adult Ballroom Workshop by Kyle Taylor and Izabela Skierska

June 24, 2017 at North Leeds Dance Academy in Leeds.

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Join us on Saturday 24th June for an amazing workshop by Kyle Taylor and Izabela Skierska:

10.15-11.15
NLDA Dance
The Ballroom
Town Street
Horsforth

Kyle and Izabela have achieved tremendous dancing success including:

3x UK Amateur Champions
2x British Amateur Champions
Grand Slam Finalists
World Amateur Championship Finalists
Silver Medallists in World 10 Dance Championships
Bronze Medallists in European Ballroom Championships
Asian Open Amateur Champions
French Open Amateur Champions

Awards
Nominees of “La Classique de Danse” awards for Outstanding Partnership.
Nominees of “Carl Alan” awards (equivalent to Oscars in Dancing) for Outstanding Amateur Partnership.

We are very lucky to have them teach at our school.

This is a fantastic opportunity to learn from current world class Ballroom dancers.

Places are limited at £20/couple; £15/single

Contact Roxie to reserve your space (payment will be required in advance).. roxie@nlda.co.uk

Address: Roundhay Parochial Hall, Fitzroy Drive, Roundhay LS8 4AB, Leeds
Adult Ballroom Workshop by Kyle Taylor and Izabela Skierska

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Leeds: SUPER Retro Games Fair

June 24, 2017 at Leeds University Union in Leeds.

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The biggest and best retro video game sales event in West Yorkshire is back and bigger!!! There will be over 100 tables selling 1000s of retro games, consoles, computers, artwork, imports, accessories, toys, modified consoles, bartop arcades, artwork and much much more all for sale at the SUPER Retro Games Fair!

There will also be a number of classic consoles to play on, tournaments to enter, cafe, bar, outside terrace all in the fantastic huge space of the Leeds University Union!!

No need to get up early for the car boot or wait for the postman from ebay! Here you can see the condition in person before you buy from the biggest and best sellers in the country.

Our sellers range from big companies to private collectors reducing their collections so a guaranteed range of prices and items for sale.

Whether you are a big collector or just getting into old gaming there will be plenty of common titles and rarities on offer on all formats from all ages. The perfect event to build up a great gaming collection or rediscover those classics from your youth!

Pay on the door and you can come and go as many times as you want throughout the day.

Adults – £2
Under 16s – 50p

Website: www.retrogamesfair.com

SUPER Retro Games Fair

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Leeds: Leeds Waterfront Festival 10th Anniversary Weekend

June 24, 2017 at Leeds Waterfront in Leeds.

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This is the 10th fantastic Leeds Waterfront Festival and it promises to be a celebration the like of which Leeds waterfront has never seen before! Our theme this year is ‘messing about on the water’ and our plan is to fill the water with lots of activities, boats and creativity, spilling out onto the tow path along the way! Our festival starts in Armley at Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills and weaves its way along the Leeds and Liverpool canal through Oddy Locks and passing by Castleton Mill to the canal’s kissing point with the river at Granary Wharf. We then head along the river to our annual French-themed weekend hosted by Brasserie Blanc Leeds at Victoria Wharf, along The Calls passing the waterside bars by, to the place to party at Brewery Wharf. It just doesnt stop there as we take you into the heart of the South Bank, with an awesome cultural offering from The Tetley then along to Leeds Dock home of the legendary Dragon Boat races, Royal Armouries Museum and Dock 29! From Leeds Dock our festival takes you along the river again to the heritage of Thwaite Mills Watermill Museum. Four miles of art, music, food, drink, DJs, water activities, family fun and it’s all free to attend and explore. We’ll keep you posted with regular updates about events and activities!

Address: 2 Riverside Way, Leeds
Leeds Waterfront Festival 10th Anniversary Weekend

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Leeds: Whitney, Live at the Brudenell

June 20, 2017 at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds.

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Brudenell & Now Wave Presents…

WHITNEY
+ Special Guests

20.6.17 | £13.50 ADV | 19:30

http://www.whitneytheband.com/
https://www.facebook.com/whitneychicago/
https://whitneychicago.bandcamp.com/

Whitney make casually melancholic music that combines the wounded drawl of Townes Van Zandt, the rambunctious energy of Jim Ford, the stoned affability of Bobby Charles, the American otherworldliness of The Band, and the slack groove of early Pavement. Their debut, Light Upon the Lake, marks the culmination of a short, but incredibly intense, creative period for the band. To say that Whitney is more than the sum of its parts would be a criminal understatement. Formed from the core of guitarist Max Kakacek and singing drummer Julien Ehrlich, the band itself is something bigger, something visionary, something neither of them could have accomplished alone.

Ehrlich had been a member of Unknown Mortal Orchestra, but left to play drums for the Smith Westerns, where he met guitarist Kakacek. That group burned brightly but briefly, disbanding in 2014 and leaving its members adrift. Brief solo careers and side-projects abounded, but nothing clicked. Making everything seem all the more fraught: both of them were going through especially painful breakups almost simultaneously, the kind that inspire a million songs, and they emerged emotionally bruised and lonelier than ever.

Whitney was born from a series of laidback early-morning songwriting sessions during one of the harshest winters in Chicago history, after Ehrlich and Kakacek reconnected – first as roommates splitting rent in a small Chicago apartment and later as musical collaborators passing the guitar and the lyrics sheet back and forth. “We approached it as just a fun thing to do. We never wanted to force ourselves to write a song. It just happened very organically. And we were smiling the whole time, even though some of the songs are pretty sad.” The duo wrote frankly about the break-ups they were enduring and the breakdowns they were trying to avoid. Each served as the other’s most brutal critic and most sympathetic confessor, a sounding board for the hard truths that were finding their way into new songs like “No Woman” and “Follow,” a eulogy for Ehrlich’s grandfather.

In exorcising their demons they conjured something else, something much more benign—a third presence, another personality in the music, which they gave the name Whitney. They left it singular to emphasize its isolation and loneliness. Says Kakacek, “We were both writing as this one character, and whenever we were stuck, we’d ask, ‘What would Whitney do in this situation?’ We personified the band name into this person, and that helped a lot. We wrote the record as though one person were playing everything. We purposefully didn’t add a lot of parts and didn’t bother making everything perfect, because the character we had in mind wouldn’t do that.”

In those imperfections lies the music’s humanity. Whilst they demoed and toured the new songs, they became more aware of the perfect imperfections of the songs, and needing to strike the right balance, they eventually made the trek out to California, where they recorded with Foxygen frontman and longtime friend, Jonathan Rado. They slept in tents in Rado’s backyard, ate the same breakfast every morning at the same diner in the remote, desolate and completely un-rock n roll San Fernando Valley, whilst they dreamt of Laurel Canyon, or maybe The Band’s hideout in Malibu, or Neil Young’s ranch in Topanga Canyon.

The analog recording methods, the same as used by their forebearers, allowed them to concentrate on the songs themselves and create moments that would be powerful and unrepeatable. “Tape forces you to get a take down,” says Kakacek. “We didn’t have enough tracks to record ten takes of a guitar part and choose the best one later. Whatever we put down is all we had. That really makes you as a musician focus on the performance.” The sessions were loose, with room for improvisation and new ideas, as the band expanded from that central duo into a dynamic sextet (septet if you count their trusty soundman). And that’s what you hear — Whitney is the sound of that songwriting duo expanding their group and delivering the sound of a band at their freest, their loosest, their giddiest.

Classic and modern at the same time, they revel in concrete details, evocative turns of phrase, and thorny emotions that don’t have exact names. These ten songs on Light Upon the Lake sound like they could have been written at any time in the last fifty years. Ehrlich and Kakacek emerge as imaginative and insightful songwriting partners, impressive in their scope and restraint as they mold classic rock lyricism into new and personal shapes without sound revivalist or retro. “I’m searching for those golden days,” sings Ehrlich, with a subtle ripple of something that sounds like hope, on the track “Golden Days”. It’s a song that defines Whitney as a band. “There’s a lot of true feeling behind these songs,” says Ehrlich. “We wanted them to have a part of our personalities in them. We wanted the songs to have soul.”

Address: 33 Queens Road, Leeds
Whitney, Live at the Brudenell

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