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  • Gig Buddies Launches Coronavirusfest

    Gig Buddies Launches Coronavirusfest

    Gig Buddies” is a programme run by national charity Stay Up Late, that supports people with learning disabilities to see live music through their volunteering befriending service.In response to the Coronavirus lockdown, Gig Buddies has brought many of its services online including; virtual coffee mornings, art clubs, evening socials and @Coronavirusfest – a virtual music festival to keep their beneficiaries, supporters and general public connected through music.

  • 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.

  • Tickets for Good

    Tickets for Good

    Would you like to receive a pair of O2 Academy tickets for free? Then please read on……Tickets for Good (T4G) uses ticket sales to create donation programmes within the events industry for charities and social projects. Disability Sheffield are to help explore improving the scheme by holding a Ticket Bank workshop on 9th December 2019 at The Circle, Sheffield. Please let us know if you’re interested in coming along.

  • Are Adjustments for Hearing Impairment Adequate at Entertainment Venues?

    Emily Webster, a final year student at Sheffield Hallam, who has a genetic degenerative hearing impairment, doesn’t think so and is writing a dissertation and report to take to her MP. Can you help by completing her questionnaire and giving your views?

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