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Arts degrees are as valuable as STEM

Recent turmoil within the Higher Education sector has raised a longstanding debate regarding the value of university degrees, with a particular focus on arts...

Arts away: visiting an art gallery during a pandemic

I recently read Olivia Laing’s newest book, Funny Weather: Art in an Emergency. The ‘funny weather’ the title refers to is the political climate,...

Making GCSE poetry optional is out of touch with the times

It all started with a line by line analysis of Carol Ann Duffy’s ‘Havisham’. Overly highlighted, barely readable annotations and lots of wiggly lines...

SUTCo's first radio play: The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest has been loved by generations. Full of witty, flamboyant and outrageously immoral characters, the farce describes itself (ironically) as ‘A...

Queering the collection: Finding LGBT+ stories in Sheffield’s past

The history of Sheffield’s LGBT+ community has remained largely uncovered. Where queer history has been documented in England, it has typically focused on southern...

“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...

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...

Review: My Mother Said I Never Should

Sheffield Theatres’ and fingersmiths’ distinctly diverse and accessible co-production of My Mother Said I Never Should refreshes Charlotte Keatley’s 1987 play with a bold...

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