And She Built a Crooked House

Dates: NOW 20 October 2023 - 28 January 2024

Visitor information



17 Burton Crescent
Leeds, West Yorkshire

The house is located at the corner of Burton Crescent and Tetley Gate.

The exhibition is open from 20 October 2023 to 28 January 2024. 

Opening hours are Wednesday - Sunday, 12 - 6pm

Due to uforeseen ccircumstances, the house will close early on Wednesday 22 November at 5pm.

It will be closed over the Christmas period from 17 December 2023 to 3 January 2024.

Book your free ticket to visit in 2023 here.

Book your free ticket to visit in 2024 here.

How to get there:

The exhibition is located in a residential street just off Otley Rd. 
Parking is limited, so we encourage all visitors to use public or active transport where possible. 

By Bus: 

The nearest Bus Stop is on Otley Rd, a 200m walk from the venue. 
The Bus Stop is served by frequent buses to and from Leeds city centre, including buses 1, 1B, 6, 8, 27, 28, 29, and N1.
Bus number 91 also stops on Shaw Lane, a 200m walk from the venue. 
Check the First Bus Leeds journey planner to find your best bus route.

By Train: 

Headingley train station is an approximate 1.6km walk from the venue, and is served by the number 91 bus route. 

By Bike: 

Bike parking available on site.

Access and Movement:

  • The site is a disused old Victorian House in Headingley, Leeds.  

  • The exhibition takes space across three floors of the house. 

  • Access is via a garden path off Burton Crescent up 6 stairs with no banister to the ground floor. 

  • Access to the exhibition space is via a stairwell that is well lit in the evenings.

  • There are 36 stairs to the first floor – divided into 14 and 22 and separated by a landing

  • On the second floor there are 2 steps leading from the first floor to The Chapel. 

  • There are 13 steps to the third floor. 

  • The exhibition space consists of a wide staircase with a sturdy banister from the ground to first floor and a narrow steep staircase towards between the first and the second floor.

Important information for wheelchair users and step-free individuals
Step-free access to the exhibition space is not possible due to the nature of the site. 

The entrance and stairwells are well lit. 
The lighting varies per room with some darker and some lighter throughout the exhibition.
There is no flashing imagery within the exhibition.  

Hearing Support 
Transcriptions of two out of three  audio works within the exhibition will be provided.

Chill out space
There is no designated chill out space, there are however quiet areas of the exhibition available for visitors. 

Assistance animals
Assistance animals can be accommodated within the exhibition space. 

There are no toilet facilities available to the public onsite. 

Fire Safety
An evacuation plan for the site is provided for. Should it become necessary to evacuate either of the exhibition spaces, Artangel staff will provide assisted escape from all areas and alert the emergency services.

Mobility impaired visitors should ensure that they visit with an accompanying person to assist them in the event of an evacuation. 

Maximum Capacity within the exhibition space is 70 persons.