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

Leadmill Live Stream: Kat Eaton

The incredible Kat Eaton hosted her weekly Live Stream over on her Facebook page in aid of The Leadmill's #saveourvenues campaign with Music Venue Trust to help raise vital funds to support the UK's Grass Roots Venues.

Watch her cover some of the Steel City's great songs below.

If you can spare some change to help with the Leadmill's #saveourvenues campaign, please done here: crowdfunder.co.uk/saveourvenuesleadmill

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Cafe Totem

From sweaty gigs in their basement to club nights that take in everything from cheesy pop to classic rock, Cafe Totem is a hub of musical activity. Their busy schedule of events includes an array of emerging touring artists and homegrown talent.

The Washington

An important venue for Sheffield’s grassroots music scene, hosting sweaty gigs in its side room since the 70s. The pub was a notorious hangout for The Human League and Pulp – the latter's drummer Nick Banks even enjoyed a brief stint as its landlord.

Hope Works

An art space and warehouse venue run by DJ-promoter-producer Liam O'Shea. This "rave zone, techno haven and bass temple" has hosted many famous faces since 2012, becoming one of the north's go-to places to discover the next big thing in dance music.