Leah’s Yard, a former 19th Century mesters works and one of Sheffield’s most important heritage buildings, is set for an..
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Words and Pics: Sarah Haworth Lockdown can be dull and monotonous, yet seeing the colour and creativity etched across the..
Tramlines Festival has revealed, ‘A Celebration of Tramlines,’ which will include a host of online activities taking place over what..
After being forced to cancel all in-person events due to restrictions on social contact, The Festival of Debate is reframing..
There’s a festival which is now in its fifth year here in Sheffield, Migration Matters. We’ve covered it before, and..
On 3rd April 2020, Hygge cafe will host its first ever open mic night entitled ‘Hood Elegance’ at 14 Fitzalan..
Art Battle is a live painting competition that takes place in over 50 cities around the world, from New York..
A new exhibition at Graves Gallery will explore the ways in which trauma and human conflict haunt the landscapes in..
Championing women’s rights and gender equality since its inaugural event in 2015, SheFest makes a return to Sheffield with a..
The annual Sheffield Chinese New Year show has been running since 2004 in Sheffield City Hall and this year we’re..
Are you a competitive person? Looking for fun new places to go with your friends? Island Café is a great..
“We’re living in a time of fear and creeping dystopia, and the only way to counteract that is through joy and love and fun” – Natalie Casey on Guys and Dolls at Sheffield Theatres
Natalie Casey, best known for her roles on Hollyoaks and the BBC favourite Two Pints of Lager and a Packet..
In a bid to help more young people engage with politics, The Leadmill is offering free entry on Friday 8th..
This year Burton Street will be hosting their 10th annual Christmas Market from 17th November. The market opens from 11am..