APRIL 2017

 
 

DOES SHEFFIELD JUST NEED A PAY RISE?

MON 24 APR | 6:30-8PM | MILLENNIUM GALLERY | FREE
In association with Our Fair City

Last year saw the ‘Sheffield Needs A Pay Rise’ campaign rise to prominence, with campaigners calling for a £10 minimum wage. Join us for a panel discussion about pay and working conditions with representatives from the campaigning and business communities. Part of the Our Fair City ‘Fairer Work’ campaign.

 
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FILM SCREENING: I, DANIEL BLAKE

WED 26 APR | 6-9PM | UNION ST | PAY AS YOU FEEL

The first in a series of new events for Sheffield with ‘pay-as-you-feelfood’, discussion and organising, with each screening collaboratively organised so you can sign-up, meet some friendly people and - if you fancy it - get involved. To kick-off we’ll show I, Daniel Blake.

 
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PETER TATCHELL

THU 27 APR | 6:30-8PM | MILLENNIUM GALLERY | £6

The bid for equality doesn’t question the current system, it seeks only parity for LGBTIs within it. In contrast, LGBTI liberation questions society and seeks to transform it, aiming for the betterment of everyone, LGBTI and straight.

Peter Tatchell has been an LGBTI and human rights campaigner since 1967.

 

THINK WHILE YOU DRINK

THU 27 APR | 8:30-10:30PM | ABBEYDALE PICTURE HOUSE | FREE

An informal launch party for Festival of Debate and a busy May Day weekend at Abbeydale Picture House. CADS is kicking off its beer festival while we curate a series of short videos on political, social and economic themes with the hope of inspiring and enthusing. Come down for a drink and get your thinking caps on.

 

GOD COMPLEX

FRI 28 APR | 6:30-7:30PM | MOOR THEATRE DELICATESSEN | PAY AS YOU FEEL
In association with Theatre Delicatessen

An interactive, work-in-progress performance focusing on free speech and the way we
talk about race and gender. This piece will explore how everyone has work to do politically, on the left and the right. Political quotes, protests and statistics will lead to healthy debate and discussion. No idea is above scrutiny.

 
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BREXIT & SOCIAL HAUNTING: WHAT ROLE DOES OUR PAST HAVE IN SHAPING OUR FUTURE?

SAT 29 APR, 20 MAY & 10 JUN  | 12-2:30PM | ZEST CENTRE | FREE
In association with the Education & Social Research Institute at Manchester Metropolitan University

Three connected sessions for the same group with places available for fifteen local residents. 'Leave' and 'Remain' voters will explore how the past shapes our current identities and our visions for the future. To mark out our common ground we’ll begin each session by cooking And eating a free vegetarian meal together. Please email to book your free place.