Highlights from this year's documentary film festival, including an online selection of films available on the Doc/Fest Selects player.
Our Sheffield culture calendar is now focused on promoting virtual events. Helping you continue to enjoy art and culture from Sheffield, at home.
Fri. 2 October 2020 — Thu. 26 November 2020
Fri. 27 November 2020
Utopia Theatre presents a biographical film on Michael Henry, ahead of the musical director, vocalist and composer’s In Conversation event taking place on Friday 4th December.
Sun. 29 November 2020
Do Sunday dinner a little differently, as DINA presents Drag Kitchen. Drag artists Nana Arthole and Marylin Sane and chef Nicky Harris present a "one-off, one-of-a-kind, cook-along, drink-along drag show" live from the Scout Hut in Pitsmoor.
Fri. 4 December 2020
Musician and actor Francesa Amewudah-Rivers is joined in conversation with vocalist, composer, educator and music director Michael Henry.
Fri. 4 December 2020
An online premiere of short films made by fifteen members of the LGBTQ+ community as part of the E.D.E.N. Digital project.
Sat. 12 December 2020
Participants and creatives from across Utopia Theatre's Creative Hub Online 2020 programme come together to give a final presentation. Utopia Theatre will be inviting industry professionals to this showcase.
Tue. 8 December 2020 — Sat. 12 December 2020
An exhibition at Bloc Projects and online, exploring human lives around the world through comics, drawings, and paintings of anthropological research.
Our writer Armarni reviews the world premiere of Here’s What She To Me at the Crucible. Switching from storytelling to song, poetry and back again, this bold piece from Utopia Theatre follows three proud Nigerian women across decades and continents.
Fri. 18 December 2020
Utopia Theatre celebrates the end of its huge Creative Hub Online 2020 series of talks, workshops and events with an end of programme party.
Tue. 27 October 2020 — Thu. 31 December 2020
Delve into our city's heritage of rebellion with Sheffield Libraries' programme of online talks, podcasts and blog posts. Highlights stories of people who have stood up for what they believed in and refused to play by the rules.
An online exhibition of 'emotional portraits' that document experiences of street harassment in Sheffield. A collaboration between artist Philip Lee and campaign group Our Bodies Our Streets.