A convergence of talent from two distinctive British blues artists.
Mat is an award winning harmonica player/blues singer and with singer/guitarist Alex Haynes the pair blend their styles to create relevant music with a vibrant core of authenticity.
Buy tickets from Café #9 or online www.cafe9sheffield.co.uk
A chance to test yourself against our regular friendly Scrabble players. No experience necessary. Prizes for the successful challengers!
Learn about chemical and physical reactions while you play and create! Watch crystals form in real time under a microscope, make a volcano in a lemon and make your own Victorian plastic to take home.
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A creative writing workshop led by poet and creative writing lecturer John Turner linked to the poetry competition (see Offers and Competitions) Living on the Edge.
Come and write poems with support and encouragement from John – no experience necessary!
Sculptural wirework session with Lucy Coyne – come and create a fabulous piece for your garden. Twisting, wrapping, bending, cold forging in a specialist studio; create a unique seedhead to take home.
Price includes materials and refreshments.
Donation proceeds will go to Spring Up Foundation (funding further education in Palestine).
0114 2550945 / 07765513023
Our annual exhibition of art created by local young people has become a Festival fixture, and is supported by many local primary schools and a number of secondary schools.
Light refreshments are available, plus a craft activity to keep our young visitors busy!
This year also features artwork from young people in Kolkata.
Join us for a lovely home cooked meal all together and then time for games and making new friends. Community transport available.
Pre-book on 0114 2507277
A guided walk around Nether Edge learning about some influential people e.g. James Montgomery, George Wostenholm and the educationalist Prof. William Ripper and discovering their links with Nether Edge.
Then please get in touch and let us know. We are always looking to work with people so the festival can grow in success and popularity each year.
Your community is what you make it!