• Tue
    13
    Nov
    2018

    Refugee & Migrant Forum

    2-4pmTown Hall, Pinstone Street, Sheffield

    Monthly meeting for anyone working with asylum seekers, refugees & migrants

  • Sat
    24
    Nov
    2018

    Concert: 30 years of Singing for a Fairer World

    7.30-11.30pmThe Hubs, 6 Paternoster Row, Sheffield S1 2QQ

    Sheffield Socialist Choir and Friends in Concert:
    "30 years of Singing for a Fairer World”

    .. with Sheffield Socialist Choir, The Fates, and Sinsontes.

    Sheffield Socialist Choir have been singing since the spring of 1988: help us celebrate 30 years. Come and share our vision of freedom, peace and justice around the world, and in support of campaigns which are in harmony with our vision. More information at www.socialistchoir.org.uk

    The Fates – an ‘a cappella’ trio based in Sheffield, specialising in unusual and creative treatments of traditional songs, as well as mixing traditional songs with new material in challenging and exciting ways. https://thefates.org/

    Sinsontes - an enthusiastic group of singers, who regularly perform music from the Hispanic world. Several members are from Sheffield Socialist Choir.Audience participation and singing in the Bar after the concert.

    Seated show with limited standing

    Raising money for Sheffield City of Sanctuary – a movement to build a culture of welcome and hospitality for refugees and asylum seekers.
    https://sheffield.cityofsanctuary.org/

    Price - £10 full price; £6 for those on low income
    (Bar will be open until midnight; doors open 7pm)

    Please book your ticket at [email protected]
    (Limited capacity – please let us know if you want to cancel your ticket so we can allocate it to someone else.)

  • Mon
    26
    Nov
    2018

    "Welcome to Sheffield" book launch and social

    7:00 pmThe Sanctuary, Chapel Walk, Sheffield S1 2PD

    You are warmly invited to a talk by local author David Price about his new book, "Welcome to Sheffield - A Migration History".
    There will be an opportunity to talk to David, meet refugees, and share ethnic food.
    The event is free, but donations are welcome.
    Copies of the book will be on sale, at £12 per copy.

  • Sat
    01
    Dec
    2018
    Thu
    20
    Dec
    2018

    Wait Without Hope Advent Exhibition

    09.30 - 21.00Whirlow Spirituality Centre, Whirlow Grange Drive, S11 9RX

    "I said to my soul, be still and wait without hope, for hope would be hope for the wrong thing." T.S.Eliot, East Coker, Four Quartets

    During Advent, visitors to Whirlow Spirituality Centre will have an opportunity to engage with challenging installations on the theme of waiting without hope.

    Christian Aid, Grace Foodbank, City of Sanctuary Sheffield and Nightstop will contribute to the exhibition, that invites a 'facing up' to intractable issues in our society rather than suggesting there are quick and comfortable solutions.

    View at any time when the centre is open or book to attend an event while it is in situ.

  • Mon
    10
    Dec
    2018

    Human Rights Day

  • Tue
    11
    Dec
    2018

    Refugee & Migrant Forum

    2-4pmTown Hall, Pinstone Street, Sheffield

    Monthly meeting for anyone working with asylum seekers, refugees & migrants

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