There’s plenty going on in Leeds this weekend to keep you busy.
Here are some of our favourites.
90s nostalgia at The Attic
Step back in time on Friday, February 19 and celebrate all things nineties.
Turning back the clock 20 years, the MMMbop! clubnight will see DJ Luke Brophy playing tunes from Hanson, Aqua, Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys, Britney, N*Sync, No Doubt and B*Witched from 10.30pm.
Entry to the club, on the corner of Great George Street and Albion Street, is just 90p.
Sing-along movie screening at City Varieties
Dirty Dancing fans can sing along to some of the classic songs from the movie at a special screening.
A sing-along showing invites audiences to do just that, and will include a vocal warm-up by a host as well as a ‘magic moments fun pack’.
Fancy dress is welcomed.
Tickets to the screening on Saturday, February 20, cost around £15.
Click here to book.
Last chance to catch Valentine’s Fair
This weekend is the last chance for thrillseekers to get their kicks at the Valentine’s Fair.
Boasting more than 150 attractions, including roller coasters, a ghost train, dodgems, waltzers and a giant 33-metre observation wheel, there’s plenty to keep you entertained.
Entry to the fair at Elland Road is £1 and parking is free.
Foals at Leeds Arena
Award-winning indie band will step on stage at the arena on Saturday, February 20 as part of their first UK and Ireland arena tour.
Everything Everything will be the supporting act.
Tickets start at £21 and are available here.
Performance at Holy Trinity Church
A performance of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads’ will take place at Holy Trinity Church.
‘A Bed Among the Lentils’ and A Chip in the Sugar’ will be performed at the church next to Trinity Leeds on Boar Lane at 7.30pm on Saturday, February 20.
Tickets cost £8.
Fashion at Sky Lounge
Fashionistas can enjoy all the fun of London Fashion Week whilst tucking into a cocktail at a top Leeds bar.
Sky Lounge, at the top of the Doubletree hotel, will stream live shows from London Fashion Week.
From midday on February 19, guests can watch the highly-anticipated Felder Felder show.
Throughout the weekend, catwalk shows will include fashion from House of Holland, Topshop Unique and Mulberry.