|This summer, the National Space Centre is celebrating a BrickTastic Summer with LEGO®! |
They have joined forces with LEGO® CITY to take visitors on a mission to make movies, build space tools, Tweet to win, and discover the wonders of living in space.
* Take a seat in the LEGO® CITY Zone and build something spacey. Choose to make a spacecraft, a special space tool, or a friend for the astronaut to take with him into space.
* Make your own LEGO® mini movie space adventure using stop-motion animation stations.
* Take a tour round the galleries and discover the keep-and-collect limited edition LEGO® postcards.
* Sit back and discover all about life in space.
|One of Shakespeare‘s most famous works, the play follows the rise to power of this misunderstood young King. Treachery, passion and murder combine in the lead up to his bloody and violent death on the Bosworth battlefield in 1485. |
Set in contemporary Russia, this new production offers a thrilling take on Shakespeare’s classic. Directed by Nikolai Foster, and featuring a hugely talented community cast, this dark, dynamic and visceral production will bring Richard III’s epic story to the stage.
8 Aug 2015Magna Carta streets – guided walk
|10.30am - Leicester Castle to Leicester Market Place |
Rediscover the Leicester of 800 years ago. Free, advanced booking Tel: 0116 299 4444
|The City Festival celebrates Leicester in the heart of the city and this year it will be bigger and better than before. |
Taking place over ten fun-packed days, sites across the city centre will be filled with entertainment including sports, culture, music, art, heritage and more - incorporating well-established favourites like Leicester Belgrave Mela, Ride Leicester Festival, Journeys Festival, Sports Fest, City Music Festival, Old Town Festival and Cosmopolitan Carnival.
Plus there will be some exciting new events, including Open House Circus Extravaganza, Flavours of Rugby, Summer Art Trail, a major international street project from Australia, Tangle plus events to mark the 530th anniversary of the Battle of Bosworth and the 800 year anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta.
With an array of free activities including sports, culture, music, art, heritage and much more the City Festival provides a great reason to stay local this August!
|Leicester Pride is Leicester’s annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) festival, held at the beginning of September But! There’s much more to Leicester Pride than the one day event and, the festival will span a full nine days with a series of art, culture, sport, music and film events celebrating the great diversity of the LGBT community. |
Sam Bailey will be featured as the headlining act in Victoria Park.