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Last Night of the Proms Screening

7 September 2013 7:30pm - 10:40pm

Last Night of the Proms on the Big Screen


​The Last Night of the Proms taking place in the Royal Albert Hall in London will be shown on the Big Screen on Millennium Square.

The evening begins with a celebratory new work by Anna Clyne and includes a rare performance of Britten’s 1967 overture for chorus and orchestra The Building of the House, a touch of Broadway magic and the sound of a glass ceiling being broken as Marin Alsop takes charge of her first Last Night.
Nigel Kennedy and Joyce DiDonato are the star soloists in a programme that picks up sea-faring themes from Bantock and George Lloyd and includes a translatlantic flavour.

Please note: No furniture or facilities will be provided for this screening but you are welcome to bring your own. Alcohol is only permitted when purchased from near by bars/restaurants and consumed in their own outdoor seating areas. Please expect general noise from these venues and their customers using these seating areas in front of the Big Screen.

Price:   Free

Contact details:   events@leeds.gov.uk

Additional information:  

Millennium Square 

Calverley Street


Leeds' award winning outdoor public space and live entertainment venue



Millennium Square can be accessed off Portland Gate / Portland Crescent, Cookridge Street, Rossington Street, Great George Street or Calverley Street with level / sloped access provided at each of these points. Exact entrance and exit arrangements will however, vary depending on specific events.

The Square slopes down from North to South and slightly from East to West.

Seating is provided to the North and West edges of the Square in the form of metal benches which incorporate back rests and arm rests.

When an event is being held in the Square, disabled persons toilets are provided with the choice of both left and right handed transfer on a RADAR lock basis. The disabled toilets are located within the main toilets underneath the Brodrick Terrace to the North East of the Square and accessible via a ramped approach.

If an event is not being held on in the Square, the nearest disabled persons toilets are located in the Leeds City Museum (subject to museum opening hours).

The nearest Changing Places toilet to Millennium Square is located in the Leeds Gallery Shop & Café, Central Library and Art Gallery on The Headrow.

On street designated disabled persons parking (4 hour time limit, no return within 1 hour) is available on:
Portland Gate (to the North side of the Square)
Portland Crescent (to the North side of the Square)
Rossington Street (to the South East side of the Square)
Cookridge Street (to the South side of the Square)
Alexander Street (to the South side of the Square)
Calverley Street (to the West side of the Square)

Woodhouse Lane multi storey car park also provides non-time limited designated parking on Levels 1 and 7 which is free for blue badge holders.

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