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  1. Back at the Library Theatre by popular demand! A big favourite with audiences and a chance to hear some outstanding young talent! Young singers from local schools & colleges sing classic pop and rock accompanied 'live' by the excellent Inyerface Band. Great value and a fantastic evening’s entertainment. Tickets only £5. Accompanied Under 6's Free. Four Tickets for £20. Ring 07939 256 269 for Information or visit Facebook @ Inyerface Arts
  2. Concert and Community Sing led by Stannington Mixed Choir who will perform carols from Jack Goodison’s 1992 'Red Book' of ‘Local and Traditional Carols’. Guest singers include Fox Valley Voices and the Bluebell Wood Singers. Special guests, young singers from Nook Lane Junior School. Lomas Hall, Stannington. S66DB. 7.15pm. Licensed Bar. All profits from the concert will go to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. Advance ticket prices are £5 adult £4 concessions accompanied under 12’s free. Contact Inyerface Arts Box Office on 07939 256 269. On the door prices will be £6 & £5. More Info on Facebook 'Inyerface Arts'
  3. RUTTER REQUIEM. Singers from Fox Valley Voices, Stannington Mixed Choir and Thurgoland Community Choir join forces to perform Rutter’s glorious Requiem, one of the most popular compositions of the last 30 years. The evening showcases the flourishing musical tradition of the towns and villages in the north of the city and also contains classical and popular items from each choir. The concert includes the premiere of ‘Night Sky Partials’, a new work by Sheffield based Composer, Joseph Shaw. Saturday May 27th. Victoria Hall Methodist Church, Sheffield. Tickets £8 from Box Office 07939 256 269. Accompanied Under 16s Free. Tickets ‘On the Door’ £10.
  4. Live & Loud returns to Sheffield’s iconic Library Theatre – for perhaps the last time? Fantastic young singers from local schools and colleges perform classic rock and pop numbers backed by the Inyerface Band. A big favourite with audiences and performers, a great evening of live classic rock and pop is guaranteed. Advance Tickets £7.50 & £5. Accompanied Under 12s Free. Box Office 07939 256 269 (Tickets on the Night £8 & £5.50)
  5. Supporting the Maer Achol Shelter for orphaned, homeless and abandoned children who live, work and survive on the streets of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Something for everyone as Singers, Dancers, Community Choirs & Musicians of all ages from across Sheffield & South Yorkshire perform pop, rock, folk, opera and classics. Performers include: Waldershelf Singers, Stannington Mixed Choir, Friends in Harmony and young singers from Bradfield School, Aston Academy, Sheffield Music Academy and Jack’s Theatre School. Plus Kaizen street dance crew and Dance Dynamique. Special appearances by Endcliffe Brass and Ethryll All Day 2pm - 930pm. Entry by Donation (Suggested £5 per Adult please)
  6. Words and Music in memory of the 248 Sheffielders killed at Serre on July 1st 1916, the first day of the Battle of the Somme. Original Music by Joseph Shaw. Singing led by Stannington Mixed Choir. New Barrack Tavern, Hillsborough, Thursday June 30th at 815pm. Free Admission. The Sheffield City Battalion. 2 Years in the Making, 10 minutes in the destroying.
  7. The Armed Man – A Mass for Peace. Stannington Mixed Choir and The Waldershelf Singers perform Karl Jenkins celebrated work. Accompanied by the Inyerface Concert Band led by Jack Chapman. Tickets £8. Accompanied Under 16s Free Entry. Box Office 07939 256 269. Tickets ‘On the Door’ £10 On Line Tickets from http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/inyerfacearts (Booking Fee Payable) Supporting Contact the Elderly & British Red Cross. More Information http://www.inyerfacearts.com
  8. The JACK GOODISON LOCAL CAROL CONCERT 2015 Friday November 27th, Lomas Hall, Stannington at 7.15pm Supporting Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice. New & traditional interpretations of favourite Sheffield Local Carols, performed by choirs & singers young and old. Community Sing led by Stannington Mixed Choir with the Fox Valley Singers, Rockface and Notre Dame Catholic High School Choir. Licensed Bar. Tickets £6 in advance (Accompanied Under 16s free) from the Box Office 07939 256 269.Tickets on the door £7.
  9. Bradfield School Jazz Band, Maddie Procksha and the Inyerface Band with Special Guests. A great alternative for St Patrick's Day, come and hear talented young singers and musicians perform an evening of jazz classics. Free entry with a collection for the Inyerface Arts 'Rockface' singing group. New Barrack Tavern, Penistone Road, Hillsborough.
  10. Budding songwriters and composers...Sign up now for this Summer Songwriting Course! Run under Inyerface Arts by enthusiastic, experienced tutors with years of teaching experience, skilled in composition, band skills, and with a range of music business experience. All staff are fully CRB/DBS checked. Lyrics | Composing | Jamming | Recording | Production skills These are just some of the things we will be covering over the 3 days. Great for those studying music, or just a few days fun during the holidays! Come and learn to write, sing/play and produce brand new songs with original musical material. By the end of the three days you will experience what it takes to create a song from sketches to a recording. Cost: £60 for 3 days. Dates: 18th to 20th August (Mon to Wed) 10am until 3pm. 12 to 18 year olds Venue: Sheffield High School, 10 Rutland Road, Sheffield, S10 2PE Contact us using the details on the flyer for more information CLICK HERE FOR FLYER
  11. Sheffield 1968 – The Summer of Love. Flower power has reached the North of England, skirts are short, hair is long and Sheffield is buzzing. Midsummer 68 has comedy, great sixties music, love and intrigue all based around a group of steelworkers latest ‘Am Dram’ production in Greno Woods! Shakespeare with a Sheffield edge presented by Inyerface Theatre Company. Written by Charlotte Proctor, produced by Olivia Haw with choreography by Emily Sayers. Tickets £7.50 & £6 concessions from 07939 256 269 or On the Door if available.
  12. REMEMBERING THE SHEFFIELD FLOOD 1864 NEW BARRACK TAVERN HILLSBOROUGH SATURDAY MARCH 15 2014 830pm Music & Words to mark the 150th anniversary of the UK’s worst flood disaster. Special 'Anniversary of the Flood' cask beers on sale! Free Entry Followed by local band HUNDRED HILL Live! The Barrack was used as a mortuary following the disaster.This evening of poems, memoirs and music marks the pubs involvement on that terrible night.
  13. Based (very) loosely on A Midsummer Night’s Dream and set in Sheffield in 1968. Skirts are short, hair is tall and the city is buzzing! Flower power has reached the North of England, Stringfellow dominates the nightclub scene and the city has played host to the greatest musicians of the time. In the steel industry, nationalised three years previously, business is on the up! However some residents of the city seem to be having problems with the Master Cutler’s upcoming wedding. Midsummer ‘68 gives us comedy, love and intrigue all set around a group of steelworkers latest ‘Am Dram’ production, in addition to some very strange goings on in Greno Woods! Inyerface Theatre Company need young actors, singers and dancers aged 10 - 18 to join in and create this brand new show. Rehearsals every Monday 630 -830pm at Burton Street Project Hillsborough. Only £2 per session. Performance dates July 18 & 19 in the Library Theatre, Sheffield. We promise to give everyone who wants to a chance to perform on stage and have developed a great reputation in the city for our friendliness, professionalism and high standards. Contact Steve 0114 283 0431 for more information,
  14. Charity gala night in aid of Cavendish Cancer Care & Neurocare Live Music from Local Singers, Musicians & Bands supporting a fantastic cause! Library Theatre Sheffield Saturday Feb 8th 2014 Doors Open 7pm £8 & £5 Tickets from 07503 219 262, sjabir@hotmail.co.uk or On the Door!
  15. Monday 12th to Wednesday 14th August 10am to 3pm Bannerdale Centre, 125 Carterknowle Road, Sheffield. S7 2EX A great chance for young people aged 13 – 18 to experience what it takes to create a song from original sketches to the final recording. The course covers the skills of song writing, composing, singing, jamming and recording and is particularly useful for young people taking or planning to take music courses at GCSE, AS or A2. The course is led by Jack Chapman & Martin Thiselton, local professional musicians with extensive experience in composition and performing. Both are experienced teachers and fully CRB / DBS checked. Promoted by Inyerface Arts, this is a fantastic opportunity for aspiring songwriters at the very reasonable cost of £60 per student. Contact Jack Chapman 07872 987194 jack@9trackmusic.co.uk Or Martin Thiselton 07949 359 441 this.music@virgin.net More details on our website http://www.inyerfacearts.com
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