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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

CMC 2016 Keynote: Lemn Sissay

Poet Lemn Sissay opened the Making it Happen agenda at CMC 2016 in his inimitable style. The title of his talk is ‘Superman was a Foundling’ – in a wide sweep exploring childhood, and the outsider at the heart of popular culture, Lemn reveals much about the role of divergence and difference in our lives.

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Beginnings of Brand with Heather Ditch

Freelance brand planner and copywriter Heather Ditch hosts an online workshop about the importance of branding. What does brand mean, why does it matter, what should it tell the world and how can you start to explore and express your own?

A Conversation with Werner Herzog

One of the greatest filmmakers of all time. The man who ate his shoe after losing a bet, who was shot whilst being interviewed, and who has made countless features and docs exploring man’s eternal struggle against nature. Filmed at Doc/Fest 2019.

Rave Trilogy

Video artist Rebecca Salvadori presents her most recent films documenting and exploring contemporary rave culture. Hosted online by Sheffield's No Bounds Festival.

Seduce

Thu. 24 September 2020

Writer Désirée Reynolds reads excerpts from her novel Seduce and discusses diaspora, race and protest through writing in this podcast. Seduce, set on a mythical islands in the Caribbean, weaves a captivating tale of relationships and ghosts.