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Take it to the Streets: Hidden Voices in Sheffield Archives – Désirée Reynolds and Cheryl Bailey

Millennium Gallery Cadman Room, Millennium Gallery, Arundel Gate, S1 2PP
Writer Désirée Reynolds has been working as Writer in Residence in Sheffield Archives. The Take It To The Streets project aims to bring Black and marginalised voices out of the Archive, provide some form of reparative justice and to reveal to the public a Sheffield past that has not been looked at on this scale before. For this illustrated talk,…
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The Queer Bible – Jack Guinness in conversation with Toby Oliver

Firth Hall Firth Court, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, S10 2TN
Jack Guinness’s popular website is a space dedicated to queer history. Now his beautiful, illustrated book The Queer Bible continues his mission celebrating queer culture for LGBTQI+ community and its allies. A stellar line-up of today’s queer icons including Graham Norton and Russell Tovey write about the queer trailblazers, from Susan Sontang to James Baldwin, who inspired them. At…
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Manifesto – Bernardine Evaristo

Crucible Theatre 55 Norfolk Street, S1 1DA
Bernardine Evaristo, from a childhood steeped in racism to setting up Britain’s first theatre company for Black women in the eighties, to growing into the trailblazing writer and activist, offers insights into the nature of race, class, feminism, sexuality and ageing in modern Britain. It’s a manifesto for anyone who has ever stood on the margins. Tickets £13/£10. Part of…
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Dear Sister – Ubah Cristina Ali Farah and Guests

Millennium Gallery Sheffield
English PEN, one of the world’s oldest human rights organisations, celebrate their 100th anniversary this year and Off the Shelf were invited to be part of their celebratory programme. For Dear Sister, participants wrote a letter to a ‘sister’ – an inspirational woman in their life – responding to a letter created by workshop leader, Somali Italian writer and performer…
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How to Stop Fascism – Paul Mason

Octagon Centre University of Sheffield, Clarkson Street, S10 2TQ
Award-winning journalist, broadcaster, and film-maker Paul Mason powerfully presents the threat of fascism riding to power on the back of modern-day regimes.  How to Stop Fascismexplores the history of fascism in the 1920s and 1930s, the conditions that brought it to power then, and how networks and social media are feeding its growth now.  Fascism, says Mason, is not the product of…
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Sheffield Vegan Market

The Moor, S1 4PF
Again the Sheffield Vegan Market takes over the Moor, adjacent to The Moor Market, with up to 50 stalls including a huge variety of vegan street food, artisan savouries, sweet bakes, craft cheeses, handmade cosmetics, ethical clothing and jewellery, arts and crafts, plastic-free, and charity stalls. All ethical and sustainable businesses. Organised by the Vegan Market Co. All welcome,  vegan,…
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