Words and photography: Grace Burr Recently opened in Millennium Gallery, Where We Live is an art exhibition bringing together paintings..
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Words by Grace Burr When you close your eyes and picture Sheffield, what do you see? The bright lights of..
This Spring, The Village Screen pop-up cinema are returning to the spectacular surrounds of Peak Cavern, in Castleton, to once..
This Valentine’s, The Village Screen make their long-awaited return to Sheffield’s Peddler Warehouse with a collection of romantic pop-up cinema..
Alex Young is no stranger to the Crucible: she recently starred in 2019’s Christmas musical Guys and Dolls, as well..
For obvious global pandemic-related reasons, UK staycations or “holistays” are very much in vogue these days. You might not be..
The world premiere stage production of Peter James’ novel Looking Good Dead is currently playing at the Lyceum theatre, and..
Sheffield based homeless charity, The Archer Project, has announced an upcoming photography exhibition set to take place 10th-30th of September..
Sheffield Theatres have announced a weekend of free outdoor performances this month as part of the ‘Summer in the City’..
Time to dust off the calendars! Here’s a selection of confirmed IRL events that you won’t need a Zoom code..
Sheffield Theatres has announced their new production of Talent, written by Victoria Wood, will run at the Crucible Theatre from..
Sheffield’s museums are set to reopen their doors from Thursday 20 May as current Government restrictions come to an end...
After the success of Sheffield’s premium electronic music and visual arts festival last year, No Bounds Festival organisers are excited..
Leah’s Yard, a former 19th Century mesters works and one of Sheffield’s most important heritage buildings, is set for an..