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5. Adventure in the Land of Nod
Sheffield’s Theatre Deli are keeping their family audiences entertained with some online shows.
In Land of Nod, a live show on February 19, it is time for Nod to tidy up and go to bed. But Nod wants to go on adventures!
The show is aimed at children up to five years and is inspired by the poem Wynken, Blynken and Nod by Eugene Field. Book at www.theatredeli.co.uk
Photo: Theatre Deli
6. Cabaret with a difference
Sheffield performance promoters Buds & Spawn bring their own distinctive spin to online cabaret with a new show on February 25.
The event involves music from nine-piece art-punk marching band Perhaps Contraption and legendary stalwarts of the Sheffield festival and party scene Captain Avery & the Cosmic Triceratops of Intergalactic Peace. Plus chat and a Q&A. Book at budsspawn.nutickets.com
Photo: Rah Petherbridge Photography
7. Whet your appetite for words
There’s a tasty menu of of poetry, language and film at a Sheffield Libraries digital dinner party.
The Digesting History event on February 25 features a film looking at Sheffield food banks, recipes, riddles and new poetry. The event is free but donations are invited to a programme that provides food and support for city asylum seekers and refugees. Go to www.poetinthecity.co.uk
Photo: Sheffield Libraries