Arts in Leicester magazine
an on-line magazine concerned with the arts, culture, heritage
and architecture of Leicester.
Welcome to our 2016 edition
Main sections: Contents | What’s on? | About us | Latest news | What’s new on Arts in Leicester?
We look back over the shows of 2015.
Arts in Leicester is edited by Trevor Locke. Read more about the arts in his blog.
6th August 2016
We report on Leicester’s Caribbean Carnival.
Books, writing, authors
Our page brings you the latest news on the world of literature.
Our Day Out
We joined the audience at Curve for the co-production of Willy Russell’s musical Our Day Out, performed by students from De Montfort University.
Melissa reviews The Bodyguard at the DeMontfort Hall.
Dudes. This is awesome.
We loved American Idiot at Curve.
Music and theatre for Easter
The crucifixion story is portrayed on stage in Humberstone Gate on Good Friday.
Loughborough Endowed Schools
Arts in was given a rare glimpse behind the scenes of one of the county’s prestigious music schools.
Researchers speculate that William Shakespeare might have visited Leicester.
See our list of articles about Leicester’s history and heritage.
Pixi – a lot
Reviewer Keith Jobey gives Pixi a lot of praise for her part in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
An Inspector Calls
We were at Curve to see J B Priestley’s classic thriller.
Read our review of An Inspector Calls.
See the work of Leicester artist Michael Barker
See our article on Leicester’s painters and graphic artists
See also: our sister magazine Music in Leicester