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by ANTONY CLAY
IT may be only an hour or so to the north but the city of Bradford is often left off people’s list of places to visit.
However, for those in the know, it has many surprises thanks to its rich history, cultural diversity and focus on the arts.
by ANTONY CLAY
AN attractive Georgian town house has become a focus for the creatives in Doncaster.
The historic white-coloured building on South Parade is a hub for the artists of today.
The Point, which opened its doors in May 1998, is a base for a number of art groups and has proved a particular magnet for young people.
Star Wars mania is hitting the region with a vengeance this month as sci-fi fans dust off their light sabers to welcome the latest instalment from the Star Wars franchise to the big screen once more. Continue reading
“One night a year, a very special bread of cats called the Jellicles gather together to joyfully celebrate the Jellicle Ball. At the end of their night their leader, Old Deuteronomy, will make his Jellicle Choice, where one cat will be granted the gift of starting the next of their nine lives by ascending to the Heavyside Layer.” Continue reading
Back by popular demand the transformers are returning to Meadowhall this Friday (15) in collaboration with Hallam FM’s Cash for Kids. Meadowhall expect hundreds to come and meet the characters after the success of last year’s event.
Celebrate Superhero Day in style by meeting Optimus Prime, Barricade and Bumblebee from 4pm at the External Argos Entrance.
The Sheffield Doc/Fest Board, chaired by Alex Graham, announces today that Liz McIntyre has been appointed as CEO and Festival Director. Continue reading