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Built in 1865 above the White Swan public house in Swan Street Leeds. Most famous for hosting BBC's The Good Old Days for 30 years. The City Varieties Music Hall has a varied programme of Comedy, Music, Variety, Family shows and Pantomime
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Rock n roll Panto was possibly the best yet! Fabulous story with a twist, talented cast with the usual innuendos, ad lib, bouncing rocks and audience participation.
Love the fact the cast come and chat with the audience before the show too. Prices for ice-cream...More
Cinderella rock style panto was performed by a small group of talented people who all sing, dance, act and play a range of musical instruments live. The seating is good, even in the upper circle. The bar prices are very reasonable for a city centre...More
This was a pantomime with a difference. The actors were all very talented and could play many instruments and sing. It was lovely to see the instruments being played. They entertained the children and the adults with lots of well know old pop songs played...More
Having come over to England to live from Australia, I went along with the in-laws to the Rock & Roll Panto. Had a great afternoon, had no idea what to expect but what a lovely day out - all the kids having a great time,...More
I have been going to City Varieties Pantos for a few years now. It is always excellent . Trad Panto with a twist. All the actors play musical instruments as well as act dance and sing, they are so talented . There is plenty of...More
Just back from seeing this panto ,yet another great panto ,brilliant musicians and singers ,a beautiful theatre and friendly helpful staff .We went as as a family 4 generations ,ages ranging from 4 to 72 and everyone of us thoroughly enjoyed it ,
Attended tonight with my wife she is a wheelchair user to see comedian Hal Cruttenden.
The staff were friendly, approachable and very helpful assisting my wife to her seat.
An old venue which was in very nice condition and enjoyed the visit thoroughly.
I wasn't sure what to expect from a play "The Dressing Room." by Bobby Ball. Cannon and Ball passed me by, perhaps because I'm a fraction too young or they weren't to my parents' taste in an era with less viewing choices.
Turned out to...More
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Secure public parking is available at various nearby car parks, including The Light (via Great George Street) and the St John's and Merrion Centre shopping malls. Park and Ride is available from Elland Road. A limited amount... More
Secure public parking is available at various nearby car parks, including The Light (via Great George Street) and the St John's and Merrion Centre shopping malls. Park and Ride is available from Elland Road. A limited amount of on street parking is available and there are disabled badge holder spaces on The Headrow, Wormald Row and Mark Lane.