The writer of Millions and 24 Hour Party People, and a key collaborator on the Olympic Opening Ceremony, shares a view on the power of story.
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Take a peek around this fascinating building steeped in Sheffield's metalworking past. A former cutlery works, the birthplace of stainless steel cutlery, and now a community-run home to artists, craftspeople, musicians and small-scale manufacturers.
Calls to ‘decolonise’ are now commonplace on UK university campuses and activist spaces. In this interview, Racial Justice Network and African Voices Platform discuss the term, its historical and socio-political context, and its radical impetus.
Karen Sherwood is managing director at Sheffield's Cupola Contemporary Art. In this video she shares some thoughts on printmaking.
Sille Sibanda chats to actor, writer and director John Rwoth-Omack about his experiences as an African student at drama school and how he got into creating his own work in theatre.