The Brudenell is a lively and fun venue that embraces music and art under a wide and diverse umbrella that has no boundaries.
Most famous for hosting secret gigs for bands like Franz Ferdinand and the Kaiser Chiefs. It has been a centrepiece of the Leeds music scene for a number of years, and hosts gigs most nights of the week, which are put on by a variety of local promoters. It has a long and varied history and was formed in 1913.
The Brudenell’s facilities include: a lounge, games room with snooker table, 5 pool tables, darts, table football, pinball machine, a large concert room, Sky TV and ESPN showing all the live sports in HD. They also have other local groups whom are situated here including photography, film and even origami groups that meet on regular occasions.