Russia’s finest has made its way to Sheffield, as Anton Chekhov’s play “Uncle Vanya” runs at Studio Theatre 18 October..
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So they’re off! Theatre Deli has relaunched in its new home at 202 Eyre Street, (the former Mothercare shop), and..
Francis Lee’s feature length directorial debut has been described as a ‘Yorkshire Brokeback Mountain’, however, this is a simplistic comparison;..
Exposed chats to the cast of This Is England 90 and gains a sneak preview of the first episode, which..
Pickled Pair wends her way to Whirlow to judge the semi-final of the city’s charity cook-off Sheff’s Kitchen. If you haven’t..
Three years on from the acclaimed Given to the Wild, Maccabees are back with Marks to Prove It, an album..
Review of Tropics of Youth on Devonshire Green at Tramlines. If any material was to bring a hopeful breakthrough of..
Review of Hooton Tennis Club at The Leadmill at Tramlines. For a band who grabbed inspiration for their name from..
Review of Black Honey on the Crystal stage at Tramlines. Black Honey are well-known for their secrecy, with little about..
Review of Papa Roach – F.E.A.R. The main problem with Papa Roach is just how good their early material was...
Album review of Adamski’s Revolt. Always remembered for the ground-breaking 90s dance hit ‘Killer’, Adamski shoots the scene into a..
Review of Public Service Broadcasting’s latest album, The Race For Space. Public Service Broadcasting are certainly some sort of oddity;..
Review of Pink Floyd tribute, Brit Floyd at Sheffield City Hall on 14th December 2014. When it comes to tribute..
There’s absolutely no denying that Sarah Joyce, AKA Rumer, has a voice so soft it’s comparable to velvet and honey...