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FESTIVAL REVIEW: TRAMLINES, SHEFFIELD

FESTIVAL REVIEW: TRAMLINES, SHEFFIELD

Based in Sheffield city centre and now in its sixth year, Tramlines has become huge, attracting festival goers from across the country as well as plenty of locals. Friday afternoon saw floods of people trawling through the city with suitcases, with crowded pubs and beer gardens filled with discussions about check-in times and excitement for … Continue reading

NEWS: JOHN LEDGER LAUNCHES NEW EXHIBITION IN SHEFFIELD

NEWS: JOHN LEDGER LAUNCHES NEW EXHIBITION IN SHEFFIELD

Just The Noise, an exhibition by John Ledger gathers together five years’ work, centered around large scale pen drawings; landscapes that depict the human condition pitted against the huge environmental, social and existential threats of the 21st century. ‘A noise that fills everything’, says John. Outside of the mainstream (Jackson, Ibbsson, Heald et al), John … Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: SHEFTIVAL

LIVE REVIEW: SHEFTIVAL

Sheftival has been described as the biggest festival in celebration of the Olympics outside of London and it sure as hell feels like that as the masses descended onto Don Valley, the Arena and the Sheffield Institute of Sport. Not only were they celebrating Jess Ennis’s triumph in the Heptathlon, but also 50 years of … Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: TRAMLINES, SHEFFIELD. 20th-22nd JULY

LIVE REVIEW: TRAMLINES, SHEFFIELD. 20th-22nd JULY

I’ve just had my first ever Tramlines experience. There isn’t anything else out there like it. Sheffield opens up its musical doors to the nation for three whole days of free live music. Over seventy venues, including pubs, clubs, theatres, galleries, libraries, all playing host to some of the country’s finest bands and musicians. Here … Continue reading