Leeds University's The Refectory is a 2,100 capacity venue in the heart of the Student Union building.
"The Refec" has played host to the most important acts around since the late 1960's, including Led Zeppelin, Bob Marley, Rolling Stones, The Jam, Elton John.
Perhaps the most famous live recording ever made, The Who Live in Leeds, was recorded in The Refectory.
More recently, The Refectory has played host to the likes of The Strokes, Basement Jaxx, Arctic Monkeys, Kaiser Chiefs, James Brown, Muse, The Streets and Franz Ferdinand.
Open all the time
Open during the day for students or as per concert for night time concerts
As per event
SE 295347 53.80775 -1.55350
Leeds University is found on the A660 road to Skipton and is clearly signposted from the A58 .
By Public Transport: The University is served by many buses including 1,95,96 and X84 which depart from Leeds bus station
: 2 miles from Leeds station
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