Review: Here’s Looking At UKIP – a provocative deconstruction of British...

Reminiscent of Last Night of the Proms, the blaring tune of ‘Rule Britannia’ opens Madeline Shann’s Here’s Looking At UKIP. Decked out as a...

Review: Close Quarters @ Studio Theatre

Close Quarters is a new play from Kate Bowen which follows three female soldiers stationed in Estonia. The soldiers face discrimination from their male...

Review: The Band at the Lyceum Theatre

An uplifting experience that will leave you with Take That on a loop for days.

Review: Platform Festival

Bursting with potential and passion, the University of Sheffield showcased its breath of creativity and myriad styles of artists throughout the three-day long Platform...

Review: The Cabinet of Madame Fanny Du Thé @ Theatre Deli

On the opening night of Riddlestick Theatre’s The Cabinet of Madame Fanny Du Thé, I arrived prepared to be blown away – and I...

Review: Still Alice @ The Lyceum

A bestselling novel by Lisa Genova, a critically acclaimed film and now a play – Still Alice explores a woman’s diagnosis with early onset...

Review: Chicken Soup

This brand new drama from Sheffield locals Ray Castleton and Kieran Knowles packs a punch. It’s always exciting when a piece of theatre completely challenges...

Review: The Time is Now at Millennium Gallery

Does time work with us or against us? Should we be living in the here and now? Sheffield’s Millennium Gallery aims to challenge our...

Review: I Used to Hear Footsteps

“Do you believe in ghosts?” asks Jack Britton, as he begins his one-man performance: an investigation into his haunted Nottinghamshire childhood home. Dressed in a...

'Should We Give Money to Homeless People Who Beg?' Festival of...

An obvious point of controversy surrounding all societies with an evident class hierarchy is whether those who can should give money to those who...

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