Arts

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Listings: Theatre

August 17 - August 24 2017

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Listings: Music

Listings: Music

August 17 - August 24 2017

Music
Sarah Christie at The Sheffield Print Club

Join the club to master craft of screenprinting

Sarah Christie pulls a sheaf of screenprinted artworks from a drawer, spreads them out across a large table and pauses for a moment.

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Telegraph IN Focus Landmarks With a Difference Boots Folly

In Focus: There is beauty in all if we look hard enough

So the summer competition last month put me in the holiday mood, I had a good few days away in sunny Norfolk last week and now I’ve come back to a very wet and miserable Sheffield!

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Susan Elliot Wright.

Author who delves into family secrets and lies

Like many authors, Sheffield novelist Susan Elliot Wright says: “I write what I want to read.”

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Hannah Brown

Young Sheffield ballet dancer wins place at prestigious dance school

A twinkle-toed teenager from Sheffield has landed a place at a prestigious dance school.

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The Tate Baby House, doll's house on display at Weston Park Museum., part of the exhibition Small Stories

Art: A show of history in miniature

An exhibition opening at Weston Park Museum on Saturday demonstrates the appeal of dolls’ houses while providing an insight into the way people have lived down the ages.

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The organisers of the Peak District's Y Not Festival have offered refunds to disappointed music lovers affected when adverse weather conditions led to the cancellation of a number of acts.

Peak District Y Not Festival organisers announce refund after poor weather leads to cancellation

The organisers of the Peak District's Y Not Festival have offered refunds to disappointed music lovers, after adverse weather conditions led to the cancellation of a number of acts.

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Telegraph Book Club

Telegraph Book Club

Last week I paid a visit to Grimm and Co., the magical apothecary and one-stop festival for the imagination in the centre of Rotherham.

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Telegraph in focus Landmarks with a difference Henderson's Factory

In Focus: Contrast between old and new in landmark pictures

New month, new theme. ‘Landmarks with a difference’ has really captured your imaginations. Only a week in and your entries have been flooding in.

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Runderwear

REVIEW: Runderwear to the rescue for sportswomen

If, like me, you struggle to find the perfect pants to exercise in, then look no further.

Outdoors
Camino Way (with the artist in shadow) from John Brokenshire's exhibition, Camino, at the Cupola Gallery

He walked 500 miles for his art

Sheffield based painter John Brokenshire’s exhibition opening at the Cupola this weekend is inspired and informed by the experience of completing the Camino de Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage.

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Telegraph In focus summer John Beadman.

In Focus: New theme for August is landmarks with a twist

I have loved our happy selection of summer-themed images this month. A cheery page of blue skies and summer traditions, and amusing misty summer’s day walks around our green city. Not all our camera club members are called John, but our Johns seem to know how to show off our stunning district with their images.

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Book Club: Fargate from the Madding Crowd

Book Club: Fargate from the Madding Crowd

The story of a woman living on death row in Zimbabwe may sound like hard going, but this read of the fortnight is a very special book, and an enjoyable read.

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Field of Vision by David Lucas on show in the Colour Code exhibition at the Cupola

Colour matches contour and shape

Two large oils on canvas by Sheffield painter David Lucas, Wave Lines No 1 & 2 that explore the subject of the sea, are now on show in an ambitious Yorkshire exhibition, which is inspired by the RA Summer Show.

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Ben Baines, Rivelin Corn Mill yard, 1922. from Rivelin Valley Artists display at Weston Park Museum

Artists who captured the Valley

A small display at Weston Park Museum aims to shine a spotlight on a largely forgotten community of amateur and professional painters in the Rivelin Valley in the 1920s.

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Telegraph In Focus summer theme by John Scholey Tour de France Grenoside

In Focus: Sizzling snap capture the summer theme perfectly

Walks, events and feasts sum up our season well.

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Conor Rogers, 'I've got nowt', 2016, Acrylic on one pound note, on show at the Ruskin art prize event, Millennium Gallery

Artists and masters of all trades

The winning artworks in the John Ruskin Prize 2017 are now on show at the Millennium Gallery as Sheffield hosts a prestigious exhibition celebrating the Artist as Polymath.

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Sheffield Manor Lodge

Big Draw on the Manor

The second weekend of Sheffield’s part in this summer’s Big Draw Festival – the world’s largest drawing festival – takes place on the Manor where adults and children can try free drawing, sculpture and making activities.

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Exhibition by Tony Cragg at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield.Millie Carroll looks at the sculpture named Caldera 2008..2nd March 2017 ..Picture by Simon Hulme

Celebrating sculpture on park’s anniversary

Prepare to celebrate a Weekend of Wonderful Things at Yorkshire Sculpture Park this weekend - as the attraction marks its 40th anniversary in the region.

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