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Sheffield gin festival goers demand to have entry fee to 'shambolic' event refunded

A number of people attending this weekend's Sheffield Gin Festival have demanded to have their ticket prices refunded over claims the event did not provide the range of gins or type of experience promised by organisers.
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A 20-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the death of a 21-year-old man who died after being taken ill on a bus travelling to the Radio One Big Weekend near Hull.

REGIONAL NEWS: Man dies on way to Big Weekend

A 20-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the death of a 21-year-old man who died after being taken ill on a bus travelling to the Radio One Big Weekend near Hull.

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VIDEO: Bride of Frankenstein and Hollywood Oscar winning wedding dresses at Cannon Hall in Barnsley

Wedding dresses don't come more frightening famous than the one worn by the bride of Frankenstein - now on show in South Yorkshire.
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Samuel West as Brutus a in Julius Caesar at the Crucible Sheffield
         , Writer - William Shakespeare, Director - Robert Hastie, Designer - Ben Stones, The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, 2017, Credit: Johan Persson/

Theatre: Brutus - an old-school politician

Ten years after Samuel West quit as artistic director of Sheffield Theatres he is back to play Brutus in Julius Caesar at the Crucible.

Theatre and Comedy
Sheffield musician Steve Edwards

Music’s on the menu

The Eats, Treats & Beats Festival Village is the newest addition to this weekend’s Sheffield Food Festival programme, combining food and music.

Music
Jack Goodison Local Carol Concert, Stannington: LtoR Mick Linacre, John Housley and Andy Krupa from Stannington Mixed Choir

Three city choirs in perfect harmony

Singers from Stannington Mixed Choir, Fox Valley Voices and Thurgoland Community Choir join together to showcase the flourishing musical tradition of the north-west of the city.

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Aunt Bessie's brings frozen veg chips to our shelves

Leading frozen food retailer, Aunt Bessie’s has launched its brand new Vegetable Chips for Brits who struggle to cram in their recommended ‘five-a-day’ portions.

Eating Out
The University of Sheffield Students Union is organising a prosecco festival. Pictured are Becky Brindle, Iain Armstrong and James Zeller. Picture: Chris Etchells

Putting the fizz into festival with prosecco celebration in Sheffield

Sheffield’s first ever prosecco festival may be something of a tight squeeze...

Eating Out
Whispering Wood Folk to bring special shows to the National Coal Mining Museum for England  from the 2nd to the 4th of June.

PREVIEW: Pass It On - acrobatic theatrical adventure coming to National Coal Mining Museum

Pass It On...Whispering Wood Folk are to bring aerial acrobatics, taking the audience on an immersive theatrical adventure, to Yorkshire's National Coal Mining Museum for England

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Heaven 17

WIN: Tickets to Wentworth Music Festival see Tony Christie, Heaven 17, T'Pau, Lemar and more this Sunday

Music icons Tony Christie, Heaven 17, T'Pau and Lemar joing a host of hotly tipped bands and TV comedy stars for the first ever Wentworth Music Festival this Sunday and you could be going for FREE!

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Eating Out: Otto brings us a flavour of Morocco

Eating Out: Otto brings us a flavour of Morocco

He’s been in the catering business most of his life and has a passion for fine food and drink coursing through his veins, so Otto Damahi’s simple piece of advice for fellow restaurant owners is worth listening to.

Eating Out
John Gorman saw a colourful display of the Lantern Tower at Sheffield Cathedral

In Focus: A varied approach to theme with much colour

Capturing vibrant shades in floral fields and soaring jets.

Arts
Beer and beef in an ‘unbeatable’ recipe

Beer and beef in an ‘unbeatable’ recipe

To say this is one of the most popular dishes in South Yorkshire would be no exaggeration.

Lifestyle
Food news: Gouda times on horizon...

Food news: Gouda times on horizon...

Sheffield food lovers have plenty to get their teeth into this bank holiday weekend - and a new cheese festival has also been added to the city’s social calendar.

Eating Out
Food for thought: Pamela Corkell

Food for thought: Pamela Corkell

Pamela Corkell has been Catering Supervisor at St Wilfrid’s Centre for homeless and vulnerable people for the last 10 years.

Eating Out
Wine column: Pink drink is for the whole year

Wine column: Pink drink is for the whole year

Fashion, as in other businesses, is prevalent in the wine trade.

Eating Out
Listings: Theatre

Listings: Theatre

May 18 - May 25 2017

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Listings: Outdoors

Listings: Outdoors

May 18 - May 25 2017

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Listings: Events & Groups

Listings: Events & Groups

May 18 - May 25 2017

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