Events in July

With this heatwave here to stay, there's no better excuse to get out and about and enjoy all the creative events going on across the North. Here are our top picks of what's coming up in July... 

1 Up North at Northumbria University

Monday 2nd - Sunday 15th July
Coders, gamers and digital designers will revel in this mini gaming festival. From nostalgic arcade games to the latest in immersive multi-player games, this is a mega event of talks, workshops, competitions and hackathons to get involved with, or seek advice on breaking your way into a career in gaming! 

Women in Tech York: Lightning Talks in York

Wednesday 4th July
Open to anyone and everyone with something to say, this is an exciting evening of quick-fire 5 minute talks - open to any topic or interest! With food and drink on offer too, it’s a great way to meet other enthusiastic people in the tech industry.

One Day Digital Breakthrough at The Hepworth Gallery

Thursday 5th July
This all-day event is aimed at local SME’s, inviting them to take part in a masterclass in digital marketing. Advice on the latest apps, solutions, tools, tips and tactics to see you grow your online presence.

Come Find Us Creative Directory Launch at Lady Beck Studios

Friday 6th July
With a boom in independent companies, collectives, artists and designers in Leeds, the Come Find Us directory wants to showcase the breadth of talented, grass root creatives in and around the city. A launch party for the who's who of today and tomorrow.

Leeds Record and Book Fair at Leeds Kirkgate Market

Saturday 14th July
Filled to the decks with an eclectic mix of rare, obscure and collectable items, there’ll be some great find and bargains to be had here! Held every second Saturday of the month, it’s one to get in the calendar.  

MPA Big Debate: ‘Brand Trust’ at Neo in Manchester

Wednesday 25th July
With trust in brands wavering, this big debate is back by demand to look at the fails and pitfalls of today’s global brands. Bringing together ambassadors for these brands, this will be a fascinating debate on where it all went wrong and how we can learn from these mistakes.

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