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  1. Creative Edge is a new and exciting project that champions inclusion and community within Sheffield City Centre through the use of the creative arts. Based in Sheffield Cathedral’s Community Resources Centre (Entry via the steel gates on Campo lane) it aims to bring people together to share learning experiences, make new friends and have some fun along the way. However you interact with the city – whether you’re a local resident, a student, someone experiencing homelessness, a business worker, asylum seeker or using local support services then Creative Edge is for you! Are you interested in having a go at photography or film making? Do you want to learn how to sing in a people’s choir? How about experimenting with words and learning to write poetry? Would you enjoy learning to play guitar or drums? Maybe you want to become a great song writer? Are visual arts your style? Perhaps you would like to gain more confidence in a friendly, fun way using performance skills? Phase Two kicks off on Monday 25th February, with a series of ALL FREE workshops. If you see something you like simply come down, sign up and join in! We look forward to seeing you. For details of timetables for the classes visit our website http://www.sheffieldcathedral.org. Check out our video from the Showcase event
  2. Sheffield Cathedral has been awared £64,000 from the Skills Funding Agency as part of the new Community Learning Innovation Fund to deliver a series of creative art workshops over a 10 week period. Creative Edge is a new and exciting project that champions inclusion and community with Sheffield City Centre through the use of of the creative arts. It aims to bring people together to share learning experiences, make new friends and have some fun along the way. Working in partnership with; the Cathedral Archer Project, Learn for Life Enterprise, Stories from the Street and Greentop Circus. All courses are completely free to join, so whether you want to develop an existing skill or challenge yourself to something completely new, there is a creative course for you. At the end of the project there will be a fantastic opportunity to showcase your new learnt/developed skills as part of Tramlines 2013. Officially launch date is Wednesday 7 November at 18:30 at Sheffield Cathedral, in the Domino Hall (access via Campo Lane) Courses range from Film Making to Drumming to Circus Skills. For further details on the full list of workshops available, visit our website http://www.sheffieldcathedral.org or email CreativeEdgeSheffield@gmail.com
  3. One week to go to the Sheffield Cathedral Beer Festival! To accompany the perfect pint, Whirlow Hall Farm will be putting on a BBQ and Hog-roast. There will be Children's activities throughout the weekend plus a full music line up. If you fancy having a couple of free pints then sign up as a volunteer ! for more information, email diary@sheffield-cathedral.org.uk You dont even have to worry about having to drive, Mercury Taxi will make sure you get home in one piece. We look forward to seeing you next week!
  4. Sheffield Cathedral have announced that it will be hosting its first ever Cathedral Real Ale Festival, which will take place from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st October in a large marquee located on the forecourt in front of the Cathedral. The Beer Festival will feature over 40 beers, perrriers and ciders available for people attending the event to taste. It is hoped that over the three day event thousands will visit the Cathedral and the Festival, the festival will support many local breweries and food suppliers and any funds raised will contribute to achieving the Cathedral’s vision for the next two years. Alongside the selection of ales from across Yorkshire, the event will also include three days of music performed on a stage within the festival marquee and children’s entertainment and activities. Everyone will be able to sample food from the whole of Yorkshire, especially Sheffield. Opening Times: Fri: 5pm-11pm Sat:12noon-6pm Sun: 12noon-6pm If you are interested in volunteering at the festival, please email: diary@sheffield-cathedral.org.uk For further details visit our website: http://www.sheffieldcathedral.org Cheers!!
  5. Sheffield Cathedral is not necessarily the first venue that you would associate with Tramlines, is it??!?! however, we wanted to build on the fantastic success from last year's Tramlines, this was a first for the Cathedral. We have an exciting jam packed line up throughout the duration of the festival. So we thought we would go bigger and better for 2012! We even have an outside stage on the forecourt, as well as the bands performing in the main Nave of the Cathedral.(Saturday afternoon- another first!) Ideally suited for acoustic, singer-song writers, contemporary and folk, the Cathedral has hosted numerous gigs in these genres which complement the aesthetics and acoustics of the building perfectly. Programmes are available from Reception- £3 each and will also be available at the bar too!- hurry these are selling out fast. To make sure you dont miss a thing this weekend, here is our full line up; *Friday* Dont Sleep Dream- 7pm Juffage - 8pm Robert George Saull-9pm Oxo Foxo-10pm *** *Saturday* Man Made- 2pm Black Gold of the Sun- 3pm Mike Hughes- 4pm Jim Ghedi & Neil Heppleston-5pm John T Angle & The Spirit Levels-6pm David J Roch- 7pm Neil McSweeney-8pm Nat Johnson- 9pm Paul Thomas Saunders- 10:15pm **Outside stage performances from 1-5pm *** *Sunday* Artmagic-2pm RH Hubbert- 3pm Laura J Martin- 4pm closing the festival at the Cathedral is Mark Morriss- 5pm For further details visit our website http://www.sheffieldcathedral.org Have a great Tramlines Festival! -Not long now!
  6. Hi There, Sheffield Cathedral will be once again involved in Tramlines. It was such a huge success for us and we've received fantastic feedback from last year's Tramlines. We've decided to increase the amount of days that we are involved in Tramlines festival. This year's festival runs from 19-22 July So who would you like to see play at the Cathedral, this year as part of the Festival???? Any local; folk, acoustic/bands, singer song writers, contemporary acts, interested in performing in the Cathedral should contact the Cathedral to register their interest. diary@sheffield-cathedral.org.uk We look forward to hearing your suggestions and you never know you might get chance to see your favourite local artist for free!
  7. By completing the survey you will be entered into a prize draw for your chance to win a pair of tickets to every gig at the Cathedral next year. Best of luck
  8. Just to let you know that there is now a matinee performance of Laura Marling. Tickets will be on sale this Friday (30th Sept) from 10 am This will be a sole acoustic performance. Tickets are £15, cash only. Tickets will be available from Cathedral reception only. There are other ticket outlets available See Tickets
  9. As part of our 'Place for All People' project we are planning new learning activities so as many people as possible can find out about the history of the Cathedral. We would be grateful if you could take a few moments to help us by completing this questionnaire. http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/M3FL39Z This is your Cathedral and we want to hear your thoughts on how we can develop Sheffield Cathedral further. We look forward to hearing from you Many Thanks
  10. Infants under 2 are free! Check out Real Radio for all the latest details of Architects of Air. The luminarium will be open this Saturday, not long now!! We are all very excited about this, a unique event not to be missed!
  11. Sheffield Cathedral is thrilled to announce that Architects of Air will be coming to Sheffield Cathedral for the first time. The most spectacular event of the year to come to South Yorkshire. Arriving from Saturday 23- Thursday 28 July. Architects of Air is an internationally renowned inflatable walk in art installation, manufactured from translucent pvc, the Luminarium, Amococo. The structure transforms natural light into a kaleidoscope of liquid light and colour spilling across labyrinthine pathways, cavernous domes and curved walls. The initial reaction is often one of wonder and delight at the unexpected beauty created ,often described as walking through a stained glass window. With thanks to Sheffield City Council For further details visit our website http://www.sheffieldcathedral.org See youtube clip to fully appreciate the sculpture Opening Times Sat 10:00-19:30 last entry Sun 12:00-17:30 Mon 10:00-19:30 last entry Tues 10:00-19:30 last entry Wed 10:00-19:30 last entry* Thurs 10:00-19:30 last entry* *Exclusively for adults Wed & Thurs 18:30-19:30 Prices Individual Ticket £3.50* Family Ticket £12.00* Group Ticket (10+) £3.00* prices include Gift Aid Tickets can be purchased online via our website http://www.sheffieldcathedral.org or in person on the day! If you would like any further information, please don't hesitate to contact me. Many Thanks Rachael
  12. Hi there, thanks for your interest, apologies for no one getting in contact with you. Who did you leave your details with? I can chase this up for you if you're still interested in becoming a guide welcomer. Thanks Rachael
  13. Arts Festival kicks off tonight with The Demon Barbers. A fantastic way to launch this years festival. Doors open at 7pm, tickets are still available on the door. For details of the full line up to this year's festival visit our website. Also look out for our Event Guide, out now
  14. The festival has a series of firsts; the Cathedral has yet to host any jazz and contemporary music, weve mostly had folk and choral concerts. So we are broading our range of musical gigs. The Cathedral has never hosted a Comedy evening before, it'll be the first time we have worked with Last Laugh Comedy Club. Tickets are selling fast so make sure you dont miss a thing!
  15. Change of time to Andrew Motion event- it now starts at 7pm, doors open at 6pm, there will be the opportunity for a book signing both before and after the talk, there will also be a Q & A session. Also to note Teddy Thompson tickets are £12.00
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