City Buzz: Top 3 events in Leeds this week

Paolo Nutini is performing at an outdoor concert in Leeds.

Paolo Nutini is performing at an outdoor concert in Leeds.

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Here are City Buzz’s top picks of what’s happening in Leeds city centre this week.

PAOLO NUTINI

Black Swan on Call Lane, Leeds. Pic: Tony Johnson

Black Swan on Call Lane, Leeds. Pic: Tony Johnson

Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo will step on stage at a special outdoor concert in Leeds.

The chart-topper will perform alongside his nine-piece band at Millennium Square on Friday, June 19, in front of thousands of people.

Paolo, who will be joined by The Staves, released his third album, ‘Caustic Love’ last year.

BEER AND CHEESE EVENING

Friends of Ham is teaming up with newbie the Little Leeds Beer House for a beer and cheese pairing evening.

The event will be held at the Little Leeds Beer House in the Corn Exchange at 7pm on Wednesday, June 24, and will showcase six pairings of the best British beers and cheese.

Tickets cost £25.

Call 0113 245 6602 to book.

BLACK SWAN

This Call Lane gem is known as a great place to party but its food offering is often over-looked.

That’s about to change as the menu has be revamped, with artisan pizzas and new offerings such as slow-cooked lamb shoulder and contemporary British cuisine.

We tried it last night and it was great.

Give it a go!

Date: 17th May 2017.
Picture James Hardisty.
A handwritten blessing for a Yorkshire church sent by Pope Pius X in 1908 has been uncovered in an attic after being lost for 60 years and has been presented back to the parish priest at St Austin's Church, Wentworth Terrace, Wakefield. Pictured (left to right) Norman Hazell, President of the Catholic Young Mens Society, and Michael Timlin, Secretary of the Catholic Young Mens Society with Monsignor David Smith, holding the discovered letter.

Saint’s blessing from 1908 found in Wakefield loft