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

A Conversation with Werner Herzog

One of the greatest filmmakers of all time finally made it to Sheffield for Doc/Fest 2019.

The man who ate his own shoe after losing a bet to Errol Morris, the man who was shot whilst being interviewed by Mark Kermode, the man who has made countless features and documentaries exploring man’s eternal struggle against nature. If you missed the chance to hear that unmistakable voice in person, you can now enjoy it in the video below.

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Explore A Midsummer Night's Dream

Immerse yourself in the Crucible's 2018 charming, inventive version of the classic Shakespeare comedy, with music by Dan Gillespie Sells. This online experience brings together videos, photos and interviews from rehearsals, backstage and on stage.

A Conversation with Ai Weiwei

Artist and activist Ai Weiwei in conversation at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2019 following the screening of his film The Rest, about refugees who fled war and persecution and arrived in Europe yet have not found the safe havens of their dreams.

Leadmill Live Stream: Kat Eaton

Watch Kat Eaton cover some of the Steel City's great songs, all in aid of The Leadmill's #saveourvenues campaign.

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.