Theatre, comedy, books and exhibitions from the Forge Press team.
May 18, 2017
‘The Day Before Spring’ review
This is a musical comedy that deserves to entertain and charm an audience in its entirety once more.
May 11, 2017
‘Shirley Valentine’ is dated but remains perfectly watchable through its excellent execution
Shirley Valentine is a fun piece of theatre and its execution is spot on, which leads to an enjoyable show that will have you laughing until the curtains close.
May 9, 2017
Take a break from revising to catch up on all the arts events happening in Sheffield over the coming weeks
To help you beat the May monotony, Laura Mulvey has put together her pick of the top arts events going on in around Sheffield
May 8, 2017
Festival of Arts and Humanities – Happening Now!
The University of Sheffield plays host to a range of concerts, film screenings and talks as part of the Festival of Arts and Humanities from the 2nd to the 22nd of May.
May 6, 2017
SUPAS’s Production Made ‘The Producers’ Pop
After over two months of rehearsals, students of Sheffield Performing Arts Society (SUPAS) left the audience in stitches with their hilarious performance of The Producers.
May 5, 2017
Protest Lab at Sheffield’s Millennium Gallery – Review
Protest Lab is an interactive exhibition by Museums Sheffield, which details the history of activism in Sheffield, and the people involved. Protest Lab is one of multiple exhibitions organised to mark the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act in 2018.
May 4, 2017
An interview with Jonathan Pie
As the country finds itself in increasing turmoil, Deputy Editor Nick Burke chats to the satirical reporter about the political battlefield and bringing in the laughs.
April 26, 2017
University Brass Band return to stage following contest success
The University of Sheffield’s very own brass band will showcase their talent on Saturday 29 April.
April 19, 2017
Local charity launches search for musical talent
Calling all musicians and performers!
April 11, 2017
Russell Howard: Round The World tour review – directionless, derivative, dire
Rearrange ‘Round The World’ and you get ‘Good News Live’.