Leeds Handel Festival 2017
Arts@Trinity presents a concert with St. Peter's Singers and the soloists of the National Festival Orchestra under the direction of Simon Lindley.
This year marks 290 years since Holy Trinity Church was conse...
This month's Epic Movie Night will be a screening of Bondarchuk's 1970 film "Waterloo".
After defeating France and imprisoning Napoleon on Elba, ending two decades of war, Europe is shocked to find Napoleon has escaped and has ...
Handel's music has played an important role in the city's past and is still loved today.
Thursday 7th September: 1pm
Friday 8th September: 1pm
Saturday 9th September: 1pm
Talk is free to attend, no reservation...
A talk about the history of the church in the 290th year of its consecration.
Thursday 7th September: 11am
Friday 8th September: 11am
Saturday 9th September: 11am
The talk is free to attend, no reservation needed. Don...
"A new Light on Heritage" is a visual arts exhibition by various artists which will shine a light on the history and fabric of the building.
Thursday 7th September: 10am-5pm
Friday 8th September: 10am...
This talk focuses on funny, serious, mysterious, present and past stories of people in and around Holy Trinity Church on the 290th anniversary of its consecration.
Thursday 7th September: 4.30pm
Friday 8th September: 4.30pm
After an impressive first instalment of "Arts@Trinity Talks" we are back with a second round! The talks feature distinguished guest speaker on their chosen specialist subjects.
20min TED-Talks style lectures followed by 10min Q&...
Hallelujah for Handel!
Handel's Music has always played a big role in the history of Holy Trinity Church. Fundraising concert to raise money to build the church featured mainly Handel's Music and throughout it's history there have...
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For the last ten years Arts@Trinity has operated successfully as a community arts centre within Holy Trinity Church. It regularly hosts a range of arts events from concerts to exhibitions. It has a strong community ethos in offering a space for young, new and aspiring artists, musicians and actors to perform, and community groups to meet and run workshops particularly for the young and disadvantaged.
Holy Trinity Church Boar Lane
Phone: 0113 4400573
Mobile: 07767 483 795