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

Kofi / Barnes Aggregation

Bringing the best of national and international jazz artists to the city year round, Sheffield Jazz are a small not-for-profit with a big passion for music and over 40 years' experience to boot. Enjoy a clip from their 2016 concert with Kofi / Barnes Aggregation at the Crucible Studio in spring 2016 – a collaboration showcasing the contrasting alto saxophone talents of co-leaders Alan Barnes and Tony Kofi.

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Wordlife

Literature champions, bringing events, publications and projects to Sheffield and across Yorkshire since 2006. Enjoy video highlights of past shows – including literary projections on a Sheffield landmark, poetry in a brewery, and more.

One World Choir

A group of refugees and asylum seekers, as well as other local people, who come together over songs of love, solidarity and belonging.

Network

One of Sheffield’s newest venues – with a 500 capacity main room and an 80 capacity second space. It's brought to you by the teams behind DINA and Record Junkee, who say it’s been built "on the creativity, ambition and unity which define the city".

Kweku Sackey – K.O.G

A multi-instrumentalist and Afro-fusion pioneer, making positive connections and "linking Yorkshire to the rest of the world" as frontman for the eight-piece K.O.G and the Zongo Brigade.