The annual Sheffield Ceramic Festival returned to the city at the weekend with more than 50 ceramic artists, potters and sculptors exhibiting their work at Kelham Island Museum. The festival is into its eighth year and most of the profits are set to be donated to charities including De Paul, an organisation which works with homeless young people. The two day festival attracted hundreds of people from across the city. Baillor Jalloh reports for Sheffield Live!
The UK’s premier synthesizer festival, SynthFest, has returned to Sheffield for its fourth year with over 1000 delegates attending exhibitions, workshops and performance at the Octagon Centre. Sheffield Live! reporter Baillor Jalloh spoke to Paul Gilby, festival organiser and digital media director at Sound on Sound.
The Taste the World festival brought together food and culture from across the city in a culinary experience at Victoria Quays. Baillor Jalloh reports for Sheffield Live!
Thousands of revellers converged on Sheffield’s Hillsborough Park this weekend for the annual Tramlines music festival. Sheffield Live! reporter Elise Freshwater-Blizzard spoke to festivalgoers.
Reverend and the Makers frontman Jon McClure told Sheffield Live! he is a “big fan” of Tramlines and delighted to perform at the annual festival. Elise Freshwater-Blizzard reports for Sheffield Live!
A grassroots science festival for Sheffield is in planning for Science Week in March 2020 with the aim to place science projects into public and abandoned buildings. Festival founder and science teacher Hassan Al Zaffar hopes the free festival will engage younger audiences from local communities and show them that science can be fun. Azz Mohammed reports for Sheffield Live!
Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre is preparing to host the city’s first Spirit of Africa Festival over the weekend of 26 to 27 October. The two day event will showcase local and African culture, arts and musical talent with headliners including Nigeria’s Seun Kuti and British born Akala. Baillor Jalloh reports for Sheffield Live!
More than 80 young people from across Sheffield joined a festival of sport at the weekend bringing together some of the city’s most disadvantaged communities. The event, a collaboration between several city-wide organisations and hosted at Sheffield University’s Goodwin Centre, featured a 5-aside football tournament, BMXing, grafitti workshops and film-making. The multi-sport festival was designed to give young people a chance to learn new skills and to improve links between communities. Baillor Jalloh reports for Sheffield Live!
Thousands of revellers enjoyed the Fringe at Tramlines free festival with live performances on Devonshire Green and in venues across the city. Baillor Jalloh reports for Sheffield Live!
A packed music programme of fringe events is planned to run in parallel with this year’s Tramlines Festival at Hillsborough Park. A music stage on Devonshire Green will be among the highlights as bars and clubs across the city programme a weekend of live music. Sheffield Live! reporter Azz Mohammed spoke to Sheffield-based singer songwriter Caroline Francess.