Dress Hire Leeds – Autumn Edition
London, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and LiverpoolÂ are the most popular destinations forÂ UKÂ dress hireÂ this month atÂ Girl Meets DressÂ so weâ€™ve decided to take you through the best rentals for each. This blog will feature one of our most popular city Leeds.
What’s going on in Leeds?
Hitting the Town: Dirty MartiniÂ
The countdown is officially on â€˜till the grand opening of Dirty Martini Leeds in November 2017!
Theyâ€™re bringing their bespoke Martinis, glamorous interiors and famous Happy Hour to the Northâ€¦.Â Get ready for half price cocktails and Â£10 off bottles of Prossecco every night of the week!
The glamorousÂ new venue has a capacity of 290, with a range of beautiful booths, banquettes and private areas ready and waiting for your next event.
For a truly great dress try the Collard Lace Black DressÂ by PearlÂ or our I AM DRESS by NLYÂ â€“ remember, you can rent 3 at a time and get aÂ refund on the ones you donâ€™t wear!Â Donâ€™t worry about any drink spillage on your night out either â€“Â we take care of all the dry cleaning!
Dining Out: Angelica
Located on the sixth floor of Trinity Leeds, with a wraparound outdoor terrace and panoramic city views,Â Angelica serves food and snacksÂ with an international flavour. Open from 10am until 2am, AngelicaÂ effortlessly transforms from a grand cafÃ© by day into a cocktail destination in the early evening.
The menuÂ offers all day dining in relaxed yet stylish surroundings.
Our expert bartenders on hand to guide you through ourÂ extensiveÂ cocktail and drinks list.
Hire evening dresses in LeedsÂ and dazzle in our Hallow DressÂ by NLYÂ or stun in aÂ mini dressÂ to hireÂ Â like our AmeliaÂ Mini DressÂ byÂ Gorgeous Couture. We provide aÂ FREE RETURNÂ label for you to return the dress when youâ€™ve worn it! Completely hassle free.
Performances to Remember: Leeds Grand Theatre
The Leeds Grand Theatre and Opera House was built in 1878 in a backlash to the music hall tradition which was thought by â€˜polite societyâ€™ to lower the tone of entertainment via the sort of humour presented in these pub-based establishments.
The theatre was built on a site of approximately three quarters of an acre with a frontage on New Briggate of 56 yards, including the Assembly Rooms.
The theatre cost a total of Â£62,000 and took 13 months to build. The architect, George Corson, was heavily influenced by his assistant James Robertson Watson who had undertaken a tour of Europeâ€™s churches and theatres.
Many of the design inspirations came from these continental influences, in particular the gothic, ecclesiastical spires. The exterior is in a mixture of Romanesque and Scottish baronial styles, while the interior has such gothic motifs as fan-vaulting and clustered columns.
The first performance at the theatre was Much Ado About Nothing on 18 November 1878 and stars that have trodden the boards over the years have included Sarah Bernhardt, Ellen Terry, Julie Andrews, Felicity Kendal, Morecambe and Wise and Laurence Olivier.
The Grand Theatre celebrated the 125th anniversary of its opening in 2003. It is widely regarded as a major milestone in Victorian theatre building.
We have so manyÂ Â evening dresses for hire in LondonÂ so youâ€™re spoilt for choice â€“ from our Black Lace JumpsuitÂ by LipsyÂ to ourÂ Carlton Georgette Dress by GANNI
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