Tramlines: Line-up and Covid restrictions

Apr 22, 2021

The beloved Tramlines Festival has announced their official 2021 line-up will be released on 26 April at 6pm. The fate of the festival unfortunately depends on the scale of Covid-19 cases and whether lockdown restrictions will be lifted as planned. Tramlines'...

Tramlines Festival gets the 2021 ‘Go-Ahead’

Mar 4, 2021

Sheffield’s Tramlines Festival has been given the ‘go-ahead’ following the government’s recent Covid-19 roadmap out of lockdown. The provisional plan rests on a ‘normal’ summer, with hopes of the country being coronavirus free by June. PR representative for Tramlines...

Sheffield Musicians Raise Their Voice Against Hunger

Feb 20, 2020

Sheffield’s music community has come together with a gig to raise money for those trapped in poverty and to support the city’s food banks. Local artists will perform tomorrow at Couch on Campo Lane where all of the event’s proceeds will be directly going to Sheffield...

Storm Dennis postpones free arts festival

Feb 20, 2020

The FreeDome festival, which was due to start this morning, beginning with an art workshop, has been called off due to Storm Dennis. It is hoped, weather depending, the event will now begin tomorrow. Jennifer Reynolds, a spokesperson for the FreeDome festival, said:...

Korea Day 2020 due to take place

Feb 20, 2020

The Korean Cultural Centre has partnered with the University of Sheffield Korea Society to launch Korea Day in Sheffield. The festival will take place on 1 March 2020 in the Octagon Centre, with the focus on spreading Korean culture in foreign places. Sol Lee, 23, the...



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