Coming up at Regather Works
Cultural and social action centre by day, intimate arts venue by night, Regather, announce a jam-packed schedule for this November.
Film Night: Shaff – Who is Dervla Murphy?
November 10th // £7
Dervla Murphy is Ireland’s most prolific travel writer and touring cyclist, known for her inspirational life; a celebrated writer with a remarkable story. This intimate film recognises her accomplishments and success in travelling the world. Winner of the Best Documentary at Watford Film Festival, described as engrossing and exuberantly entertaining, this screening of an adventuring legend is one not to be missed.
The Marian McLaughlin Trio and Little Robots
November 16th // £7
The Marian McLaughlin Trio is the newest form of Marian McLaughlin’s music, with two new additions, Ethan Foote (double bass, 12-string guitar) and talented cellist vocalist Katie Weissman. It will be the trio’s first time in Sheffield all together, and if they are anything like McLaughlin alone, they will take experimental folk to a whole new level.
Regather Comedy Club – Gein’s Family Giftshop
November 19th // £7
Sketch group Gein’s Family Giftshop present another round of their ruthless breakout show. Filled with a dizzying array of sketches, covering brutal topics of humanity, it’s safe to say they aren’t shy to touch on disparity and immorality. With their debut Edinburgh show in 2014 earning them a nomination for best newcomer in the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards, and being crowned as best newcomers at the Chortler Awards in 2015, they’re a kooky bunch not to be missed.
Regather Supperclub – A Taste of Goa
November 23rd // £25
An evening of Authentic Indian cuisine created by Regather’s resident chef, Sally Morris. The event is inspired by her time in India, where Sally spent 6 months working in Goa. Whilst she was there she learnt about a Indian cuisine; a combination of Portuguese cooking methods, and ingredients of classic Indian spice. The evening will comprise of a four course menu, featuring some Goan classics.
Film Night: Plant Pure Nation
November 24th // Pay what you feel
A ground-breaking film about how following a plant-based diet can reverse the global health epidemic. The idea behind the film is articulated by the Green philosopher Hippocrates who said, “Let the food be thy medicine.” Plant Pure Nation want to spread the extraordinary message that by having a whole food, plant-based diet is pinnacle to research suggesting it to be the optimal diet for health, not just for preventing disease but also for reversing chronic conditions like heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
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