West End Gallery

The West End Gallery has a massive range of artists works. The gallery exhibits work that are very different from eachother so caters for all tastes.

They display different mediums from photography to oil paintings and various subject topics like sea-life or old cars. The West End Gallery is a must if you are an art lover, even if you’re not it makes an interesting, cultural day out.

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Billy Bates & Sons Leisure Ltd, have many years of experience in supplying rides and attractions for corporate events and private parties. They offer a wide variety of event solutions here is a small list of items that are available for hire;

Billy Bates & Sons Leisure can cater for any size events, from supplying an inflatable for a small birthday party to a complete entertainment package for a student ball or a corporate event.All there equipment is delivered, setup and operated by a fully trained and uniformed staff and is covered by 10 million pound public liability insurance.

The Guildhall Museum
The Guildhall has had many uses and lives. The Great Hall itself was built in about 1390 as a meeting place for the Guild of Corpus Christi (a small but powerful group of businessman and gentry). Over the next hundred years the Great Hall was extended and two wings at either end were added.

In 1632 the Town Library was moved into the East Wing of the Guildhall from St Martin' s Church. It is the third oldest public library in the country. The ground floor of the West Wing was also refurbished as the Mayor's Parlour.
The Guildhall Museum

Piccadilly Cinema
Piccadilly Cinemas show predominantly Bollywood movies in both Leicester and Birmingham. Most movies have English subtitles so can be enjoyed people from all backgrounds.

They show a wide variety of movies from blockbusters to less mainstream. There are films to appeal to the whole family from young to old so everybody should be satisfied.

National Space Centre
The award-winning National Space Centre is the UK’s largest attraction dedicated to space.

From the minute you catch sight of the Space Centre's futuristic Rocket Tower, you'll be treated to hours of breathtaking discovery and interactive fun. Think you'll never see the whole universe close-up? Then take a seat in our high-tech full domed Space Theatre and prepare to be amazed.

Jewry Wall Museum
The Jewry Wall, Leicester's Museum of Archaeology is placed in the wonderful setting of the remains of the Roman town's public baths. The Jewry Wall is one of Leicester's most famous landmarks.

It is an example of Roman walling which has survived for nearly 2000 years. The Jewry Wall is the second surviving Roman building in this country. Its two arched doorways formed the entrance to the Roman public bathhouse, the remains of which are laid out in front of the Wall.
The Jewry Wall

Leicester’s City Gallery
Leicester’s City Gallery is the leading contemporary gallery in the city. It exhibits exciting and vibrant art that reflects the values of the city’s cultural diversity.

The gallery has three exhibition spaces, which include fine art and crafts, it also hosts a ‘changing exhibitions’ programme with twelve shows per year. The programme is aimed to show local, regional, national and international work.
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