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Welcome to Leeds Big Screen

Welcome to Leeds Big Screen and a new era of public broadcasting within the city, as Leeds Beckett University and Leeds City Council work together to showcase everything worth celebrating across Leeds and Yorkshire. Our aim for Leeds Big Screen is to create an engaging, visually stimulating and interactive public screen for both our residents and visitors to the city.

Situated in Millennium Square in the centre of the city, Leeds Big Screen will broadcast video, photos, text, graphics images, animation, games and tweets, contributed by Leeds Beckett University and its students, the people of Leeds and the surrounding areas, and local businesses. By providing a platform to broadcast a wide range of public interest content, we aim to celebrate the vibrancy of Leeds, the diversity across the region and acknowledge the people that make it the best place to live and work. Read more


News

Student Showcase

13/09/2016 18:00:00
To celebrate the breadth and quality of work produced by Leeds Beckett University students, Leeds Big Screen will screen a monthly broadcast called Student Showcase, which will feature exciting and sometimes challenging examples of creative work produced by students across a range of courses delivered at the University.

Royal Opera House Live Screening of II Trovatore

14/07/2016 19:00:00
Opera lovers will be able to watch an operatic masterpiece in the heart of Leeds city centre next month. A performance of Giuseppe Verdi’s Il Trovatore will be beamed from the stage of the Royal Opera House in London and broadcast live on the Leeds Big Screen on Thursday 14 July.

Wimbledon

16/06/2016 11:30:00
As part of Leeds City Council's Summer Series, Leeds Big Screen will be broadcasting this year’s Wimbledon tennis championships.

Leeds Big Screen Catch-Up

View highlights of our recent content

Leeds Beckett University's    Partnership Volunteering Program  with Festival Republic. 

Finding Patience. A dementia awareness short film submitted by NHS England.  

Pantosaurus. Helping young people stay safe. Submitted by NSPCC.

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Submit Content

We are always looking for interesting content and we welcome you to submit your content for consideration. Please be aware that any work contributed must meet the requirements set out in the guidelines which can be found on the submit page. Please ensure that you read these guidelines carefully before submitting.

we'd love to hear from you!

You can also contact us via Twitter: @leedsbigscreen

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