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  • Transcultural Counselling

    Transcultural Counselling

    Emosi is Sheffield’s only purpose built Transcultural Therapy Centre for children aged 2-12 years, aimed at giving children with emotional and behavioural challenges the very best start in life. Emosi, which means ‘emotion’ in a number of different languages, is a safe place where children are supported as they transition through developmental stages at their own pace in a child-led environment.

  • Enjoy Sheffield Culture Hub Events

    Enjoy Sheffield Culture Hub Events

    Organised by University of Sheffield and Sheffield City Council, the project provides an online platform to Sheffield’s festivals, galleries, theatres, music, film and dance allowing you to continue to enjoy inspiring cultural events from Sheffield, at home.

  • Off the Shelf Events

    One of Britain’s largest and most accessible literary events, has returned to Sheffield. Since it began in 1991 Off the Shelf has developed into an essential part of the city’s cultural life with personal appearances by many top writers and performers.

  • Festival of the Mind

    The third Festival of the Mind is taking place from 15-25 September 2016 – view the full programme online.

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