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Academics from Sheffield Hallam University are hosting two eco-poetry cruises exploring Sheffield's waterways, as part of Being Human Festival 2023
Sheffield Hallam University will be celebrating the passion of its staff, creativity of students and collaboration with industry in a Hallam curated line up of events for Off the Shelf Festival of Words (13-19 October).
Sheffield Hallam students have picked up five out of a possible ten awards at the Royal Television Society’s Yorkshire Student Awards
Sheffield Hallam University has become an Aardman Academy partner to give students and staff access to training with the award-winning studio.
Sheffield Hallam University will celebrate the history of the Crucible Theatre as part of a line-up of free workshops and events for this year’s Off the Shelf Festival.
A documentary about the iconic music studio which recorded early demos from bands which became The Human League, Pulp and Def Leppard will premiere at Sheffield DocFest.
Event and festival management students have played a key role in organising a musical theatre drive in event raising funds for a local youth housing charity.
Giving a voice to Sheffield’s Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee communities is the aim of a documentary project supported by recent graduates.
Students at Sheffield Hallam and La Trobe University in Australia have worked together to produce an audio theatre piece, to be showcased at Off the Shelf Festival and the Melbourne Fringe.
Sheffield Hallam is running a series of “How to…” events with multi-award-winning authors of fiction, plays and radio, to inspire the next generation of literary talent as part of the Off the Shelf Festival.
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