“I want people from all ages, even the fresh, baby-faced queers”:...

Talya Stitcher regretted not getting involved in the queer community while studying in Leeds, so when she moved to Sheffield she threw herself in...

Review: Everybody's Talking About Jamie

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie made its long-awaited return to Sheffield ahead of its nationwide UK tour, and has been showing  at the Lyceum since...

Meet the photographer who wants us to talk about death

“It’s really nice to share these stories with people and try to encourage them to engage with loss and talk about it,” photographer Simon...

Layton Williams: "We are bringing the show home to spread some...

Layton Williams has been dominating the West End Stage since he was 12 years old - chosen from 4,000 hopefuls to play Billy Elliot....

Preview: The Pillowman

Dark comedies have the ability to delight, entertain and disturb, and none more so than The Pillowman. Author Katurian is interviewed by two detectives...

Canvas Caching: Meet the woman hiding art around Sheffield

It was an ordinary day in October when Courtney Kyle had an extraordinary idea for celebrating her 33rd birthday. Kyle had never really been...

What does Brexit mean for the UK’s art industry?

With the country’s Leave date postponed for a third time, we explore the issues that the art industry must contend with in a post-Brexit...

On the edge of extinction: the drive to save endangered languages

If one thing has been made clear this year - be it from the school climate strikes to the Extinction Rebellion protests - it...

Review: Car Park King at Theatre Deli

On paper, there should be a lot to like about Jess McDonagh’s Car Park King. Billed as ‘Horrible Histories for grown ups’ by the...

Review: A Few Short Studies on Cannibalism at Portland Works

Featuring a priest, a failed musician, an ex-convict, a vengeful woman, and a ‘big bloody cow’, Only Lucky Dogs Theatre Company presents its new...

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