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The Sheffield Live! Birthday Bash with Neil McSweeney

Neil McSweeney is headlining a birthday party for Sheffield Live! on Friday the 29th of October at Penelope’s. The doors open at 7.30pm and the show starts at 8PM.

Neil’s unusual voice and unforgettable lyrics are not to be missed, so If you haven’t heard him before, this is your opportunity!

You can purchase tickets for this concert from “Rare and Racy” bookstore (on Sheffield’s Devonshire Green) or by clicking this link to wegottickets.com Tickets cost £5 or alternatively you can pay £7 on the door.

Also playing on the night are Velvet Rose, a jazz group whose calming sounds provide a welcome alternatively to our frantic everyday lives and closing the night will be Johnny and the Prison-Didn’t-Help Boys; whose catchy country & western sound is mixed alongside an excellent sense of humour.

This is an event not to be missed! Not only is it a celebration to mark three years on the air for Sheffield Live! but it’s also a celebration of local music and local talent!

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‘The Shakespeare’ Benefit Gig: 9th of May

On Saturday 9th May The Shakespeare public house and Sheffield Live! 93.2FM are teaming up to host an amazing variety of superb Sheffield based acts, including:

Johnny and the “Prison Didn’t Help” Boys

Bell Hagg Orkestar

King Capisce

& Sun

Plus if you’re lucky; a few special surprises…

Doors open at 8 PM, performances start at 8:30.

Tickets can be bought on the evening, £7 (waged), £5 (not waged), but if you want to assure your place or want information, call 07818 288 092.