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Miss Janet Cummings, the manager of ibis Leeds Centre Marlborough Street hotel, would like to welcome you. Our bright, modern hotel is tucked away to the west of. The Internet's largest casino directory and gaming supersite. Casino maps, news, reviews, driving directions and much more. Trusted by players and industry. Kay Mellor's musical adaptation of ITV drama is Leeds through and through.
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As an actor, the cricketing star captured the Leeds accent well I challenge you to find a more Yorkshire adjective than chuffin' but at times he was a touch wooden in his delivery. Maybe something that ibis could address!! Breakfast was very good , however turn over when replenishing hot breakfast was rather slow. Easy and quick check-in and check-out. The fact that this hotel is just a bit of a walk form the city centre would be the only downside to staying here. Breakfast time between 4 to 12, thats 8 hours, just great, hot breakfast to and late check-out option available til 5 PM. Kay Mellor's BAFTA-nominated Fat Friends ran for four seasons from , capturing the ups and downs of weekly weigh-ins at a Headingley slimming club and the day-to-day battles members faced as they tried to shift the pounds.
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Room was clean and bed was comfortable. Breakfadt choice was good but the food itself wasnt hot enough or being replenished quick enough. Think its time for a re think Ibis grafter Reviewed January The hotel is okay and offer god value for money.
Bathroom is great oluseguna Reviewed December I used this hotel so that I could attend a concert in town. The room was clean, comfortable, if a little small. It did as advertised. Despite overlooking the main internal motorway, my room was quiet. Handy for what I wanted and I would use it again. The Ibis was a lovely hotel, very clean great hospitality with simple but delicious food. If we were to criticise our visit it was parking, we were given the post code which Google maps took us to the Station car park not the hotel.
Gave us the wrong room. Room was too hot - aircon stuck! This was booked as we had a long drive and needed to break our journey. To be met be disinterested and unhelpful staff did not make the journey easier! Annie M Reviewed September Typical Ibis hotel but always available at a reasonable price, and the staff are always all lovely! The fact that this hotel is just a bit of a walk form the city centre would be the only downside to staying here.
Bar and breakfast looked good but we didn't have time to try. Room was perfectly serviceable, clean, comfortable. Bathroom was small but the shower was still very good.
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Trying to get 'bikini-ready' ahead of a holiday, crash dieting before a party to squeeze into that little black dress, and that pair of 'someday' jeans that haven't fit for years but you can't bear to throw them out. Kay Mellor's BAFTA-nominated Fat Friends ran for four seasons from , capturing the ups and downs of weekly weigh-ins at a Headingley slimming club and the day-to-day battles members faced as they tried to shift the pounds.
And now Fat Friends the Musical, which premiered at Leeds Grand Theatre , is exploring the agonies and the ecstasies all over again - but this time with jazz hands. Fat Friends the Musical's opening scene of a class of lycra-clad slimmers busting a gut at a Zumba class, determined to banish the bulge, was a riotous start in what really is a very funny show.
It's Headingley setting means it's also Leeds through and through - Jodie Prenger, as Kelly, at times sounded more Leeds than the folk that actually live here. She truly shone as no-nonsense bride-to-be Kelly, showing that even the strongest characters have their insecurities and may take desperate measures to find their version of 'beautiful'.
Anyone who saw her in the ITV competition knows she has an incredible voice - I can confirm she's also a cracking actress too, sashaying through the choreography with ease. Jonathan Halliwell and Natalie Anderson's romantic tension as Paul and Lauren was adorable, as was Neil Hurst's portrayal of Alan, the trying but failing slimmer who can't seem to lose the pounds but seems to be losing his wife.
Helen Maybank Chloe Hart's character, Look North reporter Val, has to be applauded for being a normal TV journalist, instead of the mega-glamourous nightmares you usually see in shows and on TV thank you Kay Mellor for dodging the stereotype! But we need to talk about Freddie. Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff captured nice-but-dim Kevin well and won plenty of laughs - but sadly, his vocals just weren't up to the task.
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