Leeds International Festival has just kicked off and we’re giving you the chance to get 25% off tickets to these cracking events…
Make your Leeds International Festival even better, because we’re giving you an exclusive discount on three of this year’s best events. We’re talking a fun-filled family day out, an evening with a hugely influential political mind and a day of talks on sport and technology. You can now get a staggering 25% off tickets, so round up your mates, pick your favourites and use the promo code LeedsList19 when you book.
Leeds International Festival Family Day
The Leeds International Festival Family Day is jam-packed with fun things to do for the kids. You can take part in drumming workshops, get your moves on to Latin grooves with Charanga del Norte or party away in the Boomchikkaboom family rave. There are even drop-in workshops throughout the day from the likes of Eureka!, Bloom! and Interplay Theatre. Tickets are usually £6 for one person, £10 for a family of two or £18 for a family of four, but you can get them for just £4.50, £7.50 or £13.50 respectively with promo code LeedsList19.
Leeds International Festival Family Day takes place at The Village, The Tetley on Monday 6th May 2019.
Simon Anholt’s How Good Should A Country Be?
Simon Anholt is an internationally renowned policy advisor and founder of the Good Country Index, which measures each country on earth by their contribution to the common good of humanity. In this talk, as part of the Leeds International Festival series which examines What Does It mean to Be Human?, Anholt will be asking how well your country is doing and how much it is doing, while exploring the role global leaders play in contributing to the wider world. Tickets are usually £12, but you can get them for just £9 with promo code LeedsList19.
Simon Anholt’s How Good Should A Country Be? takes place at the L19 Cube in The Village, The Tetley on Thursday 9th May 2019.
You can find out how the latest technology is changing sport for good and for better in Sport 2.0. This is a day of insightful, revealing talks that show how sport has been brought into the digital age to not only enhance performance, but also to improve how people experience it. Amongst an impressive line-up, you’ll hear from Dame Sarah Story on technology in Paralympic sport, former referee David Elleray on innovations within football and former bobsleigh athlete Amy Williams on how tech helped her find the extra 1% she needed to win Winter Olympic gold. Tickets are usually £20, but you can get them for just £15 with promo code LeedsList19.
Sport 2.0 takes place at the L19 Cube in The Village, The Tetley on Friday 10th May 2019.