A grassroots online radio station, broadcasting from Sheffield. Providing a platform for expression for more than 60 DJs and musicians, plus artists, designers, writers and activists.
Meet the Locals
Our interviews with some of the creative folk who happily call Sheffield home. Get to know local artists, musicians, filmmakers, designers, poets, and more.
A community focused on dance music, making space for grassroots, queer, DIY arts and activities in Sheffield. Bringing people together since 2019 over parties, exhibitions, workshops, community gardening, communal meals and more.
Bringing people together over the joys of queer culture since 2016, through drag king cabarets, film, music, poetry, and cake.
Sheffield is as much a city of ale as it is a city of steel. Get to know its finest small, independent breweries.
A curious, enthusiastic and creative collective of 14-to-19-year-olds, chatting, making and curating art from their Site Gallery base.
A grassroots collective putting black artists, storytellers, filmmakers and talent front and centre through pop-up events and the annual Melanin Fest.
A monthly gathering over coffee, breakfast and creative ideas, taking place in cities around the world. Find out more about what makes CreativeMornings worth getting out of bed for, from the Sheffield chapter's Leanne Mallinshaw.
My Indie Wardrobe is a website dedicated to promoting sustainable fashion. We speak to its Sheffield-based founder Hannah Clugston to find out more about the project and how to be kinder to our environment when choosing what to wear.
A community cinema that transforms spaces into magical cinematic wonderlands.
Support your local Girl Gang.
Get to know Sheffield's growing community of coffee roasters.
DIY arts charity and Sheffield's go-to guys for artists' studios and unique event spaces.
A pop-up cinema bringing modern classic films to incredible locations.
A charity dedicated to connecting, inspiring and enlivening Sheffield communities through creativity.
Glorious food, made in Sheffield.
"A force for good in Sheffield." Opus has been giving platform to ideas for change in since 2008 – whether that's through Now Then magazine, Wordlife, or Festival of Debate.