Here’s What She Said To Me Review – A triumphant telling...

Oladipo Agboluaje’s Here’s What She Said to Me promises a story told in a combination of “drama with music, poetry and movement”. The run,...

“Poetry belongs to the people. You don’t have to be published,...

Flo Cornall speaks to Warda Yassin, Sheffield’s new Poet Laureate, on what she has in store for her new role, creative practice in the...

Embrace Review – SUTCo shine with bold and inclusive online event

Following the decision to cancel their Autumn season in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, Sheffield University Theatre Company (SUTCo) moved online to present Embrace...

Best 2020 book releases by Black authors

  Hood Feminism Mikki Kendall Bloomsbury, £16.99 If you’re looking for some educational non-fiction, Hood Feminism might be the choice for you. It discusses how the feminist movement...

YA fiction is leading the way for Black representation, but the...

When was the last time that you saw yourself represented in a book that you read? Did you relate to the experiences of the...

Dear Rishi Sunak, the arts are a viable career and they...

On Tuesday 6th October, ITV tweeted that Rishi Sunak had said that “musicians and others in arts should retrain and find other jobs”,...

Fame the Musical review – classic musical provides much needed theatre...

Everyone’s favourite quarantine activity has returned! ‘The Shows Must Go On!’ YouTube channel is back to posting a new live recording of a musical...

Love Frankie review – an endearing step into diverse children’s literature

‘Love Frankie’, despite being Jacqueline Wilson’s 111th book, is her first book since publicly coming out as gay in April of this year, and...

Streets as galleries in a Covid world

While Zoom has made our virtual interactions hyperglobal, for many people geographical mobility has reduced, and hence the relationship with our neighbourhood has been...

Brexit wounds are still too recent for a Brexit festival

I was brought up in an atheist household, and thus am largely ambivalent about religion; I know it isn’t for me, though the power...

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