When you’re communicating, who is to blame when there’s a misunderstanding? Ceri Thomas finds out how research at Leeds led to a very uncomfortable night of theatre.
Leeds alumna Esther Simpson befriended leading twentieth-century intellectuals – and saved many of their lives. Phil Sutcliffe unfolds her story.
James Urquhart meets researchers at Leeds to find out how virtual reality could transform our lives – and how we think.
Leeds’ Special Collections contains one of the world’s outstanding collections of cookery books. An exhibition ‘Cooks and their Books: Collecting Cookery Books in Leeds’ is on show in the Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery until 31st January. Here are six of our favourites.
There aren’t many choreographers who’d base a work on their personal genome, but Wayne McGregor isn’t just any choreographer. With his new work Autobiography in performance, Suze Olbrich looks at his life in dance.