At the heart of Headingley we offer a varied programme of music, films, performance, literature and talks.
Box office 0113 2754548
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HEART and HDT are proud of supporting two independent community groups in developing their interests and passions, these are Films at Heart and Jazz at Heart who have been with us from the very start and helped us flourish. Intrigued? Keep on reading here and here
First Friday of every month regular jam session run by jazz-at-heart and an excellent house band of young musicians often from the jazz course at Leeds College of Music.
Swing Dance and Jive with North Leeds Jazz Orchestra
North Leeds Jazz Orchestra play jazz from the swing era and beyond. All the tunes will be for dancing, so come and try out your moves on the best dancing floor in the area!
Germany // 2012 // 105 mins // Dir Christian Petzold
East Germany. 1980. Barbara Wolff is a young doctor who has applied for an exit visa and, as punishment, has been transferred from her prestigious post in Berlin to a small hospital in the country. She must weigh her absolute dedication to her patients against a potential escape to the West, and her attraction to a doctor in whom she sees a kindred spirit.
Join Heart’s monthly quiz night for a relaxed evening of fun! Topics include: celebrities, music, history, literature and cinema.
Don't Leave Me Now
A new play by Brian Daniels
Professor Rachael Dixey, nursed her partner through dementia for seven years. Cindy Toulaman visited her husband Chris every day for ten years after he went into residential care. Brian Daniels has woven the strands of these two stories to create a documentary style piece of the effects of living with dementia on the families and the patients.
4.00 pm followed by Q&A
come and enjoy!
Apple pressing, morris dancers, face painting, children's crafts, a magician and live music - there something for everyone at this year's Apple Day, including Waste not... a discussion on our food and how we can use it better and waste it less, cider making and how to have a bee-friendly garden.
Playing music from the Renaissance through to the 20th century, and with stops in exotic destinations like Italy, Germany, Paraguay and Sheffield, the Grainger-Bowles guitar duo present a programme of duet and solo pieces, exploring the beautiful, exciting music of the classical guitar.
Carbon Conversations is a national movement aimed at people who would like to make changes in their behaviour to reduce their carbon footprint. The workshop will provide an opportunity to measure your current footprint and participate in a range of activities to help people decide and plan changes for themselves. Groups are friendly and supportive and run by trained facilitators.
Saturday 25th October 7.30
Samadhi combines the rhythms of Indian and Latin American music with beats of hip hop and the language of jazz to create a truly unique sound.
The hidden and secret places of Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens – your chance to see what most visitors miss’ - is an opportunity to see the hidden, and not so hidden parts of the 6 acre property where there are remarkable trees, rare plants and some unusual features and remains.
From Roman times to the 20th century, a motley collection of people have lived on the site of Treasurer’s House, next door to York Minster. Each has left their mark, but none more than Frank Green who bought the house in 1897. The most haunted house in York has a tale to tell – of Upstairs and Downstairs, royal visits and obsession, wealth and excess - and things that go bump in the night.
This talk illustrates the National Trust’s magnificent scenery in the Lake District and the impressive houses, gardens, parks and dramatic coastline of Durham, Tyne & Wear and Northumberland.
This talk includes a tour of the gardens at Fountains Abbey and the reason for their creation, who was responsible for the design, the personalities involved and why the gardens are a famous World Heritage Site of Outstanding Natural History & Beauty.
Behind every country house there is usually a long family history. At Tyntesfield it started in the 19th century with William Gibbons and ended in the 21st century with the death of his great-grandson 2nd Lord Wraxall. It is a story of great enterprise, great wealth and philanthropism followed by a dramatic change of fortune and decline.
When the Tyntesfield Estate was put up for Auction by Christie’s it was widely reported that the house had the last and most complete Victorian interior ever have to come on the market.