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1. Laugh in face of racism
Comedian Bilal Zafar headlines a Sheffield event raising money to help refugees and asylum seekers.
On Saturday March 6, Bilal joins South Yorkshire performers including spoken word artists, comedians and musicians in an online social event to raise money for Care for Calais, which supports refugees sleeping rough in northern France. Tickets on eventbrite.co.uk – search for Sheffield Stand Up to Racism.
2. Enjoy roots music with Brooks
Folk roots music star Brooks Williams is livestreaming a performance from South Yorkshire on March 4.
Singer and guitarist Brooks, who is based in the UK, will be playing on the main stage at Cast in Doncaster at 7.30pm.
Known for both solo shows and collaborations with the likes of Boo Hewerdine, Rab Noakes, Sloan Wainwright and Hans Theessink, Brooks has been reaching out to his audience in different ways during the pandemic. To get tickets, go to https://castindoncaster.com/
3. Visit new home for library ebooks
Sheffield’s online library service is moving to a new app shortly.
Readers who want to access ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and comics will have to download the Libby app. It’s also worth checking out the Sheffield Libraries podcasts at https://anchor.fm/sheffield-libraries or other podcast platforms for interviews with authors and other content.
Photo: Libraries Sheffield
4. Go on a winter adventure
South Yorkshire theatre Cast is supporting a unique family audio adventure.
Stand and Be Counted (SBC) Theatre, the UK’s first theatre company of sanctuary which was formed in Sheffield, presents Hidden Winter, an audio walk adventure. The story follows eight-year-old Hiba, a mischievous cat and a trail of winter clothes. Listen on a mobile device on a walk or at home. The story, which was created in collaboration with asylum seeker children, is available in English or Arabic at castindoncaster.com