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

Schubert in Schools was a project led by Music in the Round, along with Singer-in-Residence Roderick Williams, pianist Christopher Glynn, and a bunch of schools and music hubs. Using 19th-century Austrian composer Franz Schubert's Winter Journey (Winterreise) song cycle as a starting point, it helped students and teachers find their voice and compose their own music. See the playlist below for videos documenting the process and to hear musicians' insights into the songs that make up Winter Journey.

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Picture House Social

Make your way through the understated doorway, down the stairs and past the heavy curtain, and let Picture House Social transport you to 1920s New York-style speakeasy. With added pizza and ping pong.

In Conversation with The Slumflower

Chidera Eggerue preaches her messages of self-love and body positivity to thousands on her blog The Slumflower. Hear her discuss her campaigning work and plans for a documentary questioning ideals of beauty, in a talk filmed at Doc/Fest 2019.

A Conversation with Jeremy Deller & Sharna Jackson

Turner prize winning artist Jeremy Deller talks to Site Gallery Creative Director Sharna Jackson, exploring the ability of art and social movements to illuminate the politics of everyday life. From the Doc/Fest 2019 Exchange programme of free talks.

Edward Carpenter's socialist song ‘England, Arise!’

A performance by Woodhouse Prize Brass Band – one of the country's oldest brass bands – to mark the 175th birthday of 19th-century socialist, vegetarian, poet, gay rights pioneer, and all-round right-on guy Edward Carpenter.