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Taste Moor Sheffield 2016

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Taste Moor


Saturday 28th May, 11am-4pm


After the success of Taste Moor 2015 we are excited to be running the event again.


Celebrating Sheffield’s cultures and communities through dance, crafts and food.


Taste Moor will be a vibrant and fun day filled with free activities, workshops and demonstrations.



11:30 Nycha Dance – Simone Thompson


Nycha dance: a community dance school offering dance classes from age 2+ in many styles including street and contemporary. this performance will be a demonstration of street, jazz and contemporary dance with a bit of a story to tell.


12:00 Zubaidah – Lynne Fletcher


Zubaidah specialise in traditional, tribal and gothic fusion belly dancing and perform throughout the whole of South Yorkshire, surrounding areas and further afield.


12:30 Age Active – David Schofield


Age Active is a registered charity providing health and fitness activities for the over fifties in the South Yorkshire area. The activities include Keep Fit to Music, Zhumba, Tai Chi, Line Dancing, and Sequence Dancing.

The performance will be Line Dancing, with audience participation.


1:00 Barbara Thornes


Barbara holds a degree in Flamenco Art & Classical Ballet from the Real University-College of Mariemma in Madrid. Lets bring the passion of Flamenco to Sheffield with soul and spirit. Ole!


1:30 – Son De America – Lizz Cedillo


A group of enthusiastic people living in Sheffield who love dancing, music and sharing Latin American folk culture


2:00 – Romano Jilo – Basil Sage


‘Romano Jilo’ is a Voluntary Community Romani Dance Group based in Sheffield. The dance group performers are children and young people from the Sheffield Roma Community. Dance style is Romani originating from India.


2:15 – Abi Prettyman


An up and coming solo musician in Sheffield, performing original songs and unique covers. Her music pairs acoustic guitar with soft, clean vocals .


2:00 – Excel Dance – Rachel Martin


Excel Dance offers classes in streetdance. EXCEL is the most professional training facility in Sheffield, with something unique and exciting for everyone.


3:00 – Boomshanka – Cis Heaviside


Colourful and energetic Sheffield based belly dance troupe


3:30 – SDK Crew – Nic Prent


SDK (So Damn Kreative) is a dance school based in Dinnington that specialises in original Street Dance styles and HipHop


Craft Tents

Indian Elephant Puppets

Tile Painting inspired by indian patterns

Junk Jewellery made from recycled materials

Carnival mask making with Sheffield Carnival volunteers

Create a large-scale colourful, mixed media collage in a joint community art piece to celebrate the many beautiful cultures and ethnicities of the people of Sheffield.



Stalls and Information



Visit ‘Giving Nature a Home’ stand and discover lots of ideas for DIY homes for nature in your own back garden. You will also be able to make your own bird feeder to take home



FoodCycle – a national charity that combines volunteers, surplus food and spare kitchen spaces to create tasty, nutritious, vegetarian meals for people at risk of food poverty and social isolation: places of welcome and nourishment. In Sheffield we have been cooking for 2 years now and are adding new locations all the time, starting in Langsett and Firth Park, then on to Tinsley, Darnall, Greenhill and the City Centre. Both volunteers and guests come a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Everyone has a different story to tell and everyone is welcome. http://www.foodcycle.org.uk



Learn about our Sheffield born and bred fruit trees; our community growers handbook; our Abundance fruit collection and our delicious Chutney.



Demonstration Tent


More details coming soon for Activities in the Demo tent. You will be able to take part in demonstrations and talks from Fusion cafe and Foodhall.



Theatre Deli Cafe



There will be hot and cold drinks and snacks available all day

Edited by IgniteI
change of schedule

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Sorry for missing off the day. I've added it now. It is Saturday 28th May, 11am-4pm.

We are also contacting Sheffield Year of Making who have got the date wrong on their website. Thanks for drawing out attention to that!

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