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Up-and-coming Ashfields happy to Talk about Sheffield show

With a new musical approach, Nottingham band Ashfields have seen the rewards as their latest single has entered the Dutch Indie charts.

Gaz Coombes.

Supergrass star Gaz Coombes heading for Sheffield

Following a series of sold out shows in May, former Supergrass star Gaz Coombes has announced more UK tour dates for October 2018.

Hands off Gretel appearing at Live In Barnsley 2017.

Hands Off Gretel head off to Sheffield

Barnsley band Hands off Gretel bring their brand of grunge to Sheffield tomorrow with a headline show at Record Junkee.

Katy Perry put on a stunning show in Sheffield.

REVIEW: Katy Perry roars her way through stunning Sheffield show

California Gurl Katy Perry certainly knows how to put on a show.

The Grind Cafe in High Street Doncaster'Bogdan,  Haydar and Hamad will tend your drinks and serve your food

FOOD REVIEW: Escape the daily grind at Doncaster’s The Grind

With the ethos of serving good food fresh I was looking forward to my first ever visit to The Grind, which is situated on Doncaster’s High Street.

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From left, Ali Campbell, Astro and Mickey Virtue play Sherwood Pines on Sunday.

UB40 trio excited for Sherwood Forest show

If you go down to the woods this weekend, you’re sure of a big surprise.

Blue Planet II - live in concert is coming to Sheffield.

Catch hit BBC show Blue Planet live in Sheffield

Following the incredible success of the award-winning BBC One television series Blue Planet II, BBC Studios and FKP Scorpio have announced a 13-date UK live tour, which will bring the wonders and mysteries of the planet’s

oceans and wildlife to the UK arena stage.

Kyle Falconer.

The View star Kyle going solo for Sheffield show

After five hit albums as the lead singer of The View, Kyle Falconer has announced details of his debut solo long-player, as well as a solo headline tour including a Sheffield date.

Singer Jessie J.

Jessie J realises dream with ROSE tour and Sheffield date

Domino star Jessie J has announced a UK tour following the release of her new album ROSE – and including a show in Sheffield.

Flogging Molly are playing the Fuelling the Fire tour.

Bands invited to win the chance to play Sheffield’s O2 Academy

Up-and-coming bands across Sheffield could follow in the footsteps of Steel City pop-punk act Sweet Little Machine and win a slot on the Fireball Tour.

Neal Morse.

Get up close and personal with prog-rock star Neal Morse in Sheffield

After an successful world tour in 2017 supporting The Neal Morse Band’s latest album The Similitude of a Dream, Neal is embarking on an up close and personal solo acoustic tour spotlighting some of the music behind his new singer-songwriter album, Life and Time.

Holbein's Dance of Death which is on display in the Ruskin Collection until December

EXHIBIT OF THE MONTH: The Dance of Death

I’d like to think that Hans Holbein the Younger had a satirist’s sense of humour; dark and grim, but with a biting edge to provoke comment, if not outrage.

The East Pointers. Picture: Jen Squires.

East Pointers way to Sheffield show

Award-winning Canadian trio The East Pointers bring their “energy-fuelled show” to Sheffield’s Greystones next week fresh from the release of single Two Weeks.

A choir performing at last year's Epworth Music Day

Free music festival will feature 53 performers

Preparations are underway for a free festival featuring more than 80 hours of music from 53 different groups and performers in 13 venues across the Isle.


Belly make peace ahead of new album Dove and Sheffield show

Alt-rockers Belly blazed a trial in the 1990s with tracks such as Feed the Tree, Now They’ll Sleep and Seal My Fate.

Pale Waves.

Sheffield show as part of Pale Waves biggest headline tour

Manchester indie-pop quartet Pale Waves have announced a huge UK tour on the back of the release of their new single Kiss and ahead of the release of their as yet untitled debut album.

Mind the Gap works in partnership with learning-disabled artists in an effort to give them a voice and create more opportunities in the arts

Leading Yorkshire theatre company championing learning disability arts 30 years on

Europe's leading learning disability theatre company is gearing up for a stellar year of performances and new productions in celebration of its 30th year.

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Father’s Day 2018: What inspired this annual tradition and where it is celebrated?

Father’s day is soon upon us and with this will come the last-minute induced panic from those who have forgotten to pick up a card or present to mark this occasion. But where did the annual tradition of father’s day come from and why do we celebrate it?


An ap-peal-ling apple event in the Isle

Do you grow apples in your garden?


Music from Medieval Vinegarth with de Mowbray’s Musicke in Epworth

There will be music from Medieval Vinegarth with de Mowbray’s Musicke when a concert takes place in St Andrew’s Church in Epworth on Saturday, July 14.

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