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Palfest Sheffield Fundraiser

Crookes Social Club, Mulehouse Road S10 1TD
A fundraiser evening for the Sheffield Festival of Friendship with Palestine (coming up 13th June – 9th July 2022). Come for a great night out with the amazing Free Radicals Band to get you dancing, songs from Janet Wood, Poetry from Angelina Abel, DJ sets by Gee Shakti & Aejaz Zee, a Palestinian Street Market and Snacks from Stella. Hosted…
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The Sheffield Vintage Kilo

Showroom Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield City Centre S1 2BX
Fight capitalism, one garment at a time! Vintage, retro and branded clothes for just £20 per kilo. All sizes for all genders and all tastes. You can pre-buy an £18/kilo voucher on the website. Everything is sold as seen. Please try to bring your own bag, but don’t worry if you forget – biodegradable carrier bags for 50p and £2…
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Russell Brand appearing in Sheffield

Sheffield City Hall Oval Hall
Russell Brand, the comedian turned anti-capitalist and healthy life guru (and ex-addict) is appearing in Sheffield. If you like his style, this is your chance to see him live. Tickets are about £37, unfortunately, and likely to sell out weeks beforehand. Russell still produces lots of good free media available online, for example see his YouTube channel in which he…
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Cost of Living Protest: We can't pay!

Sheffield Assemble 12:00 noon at SADACCA, 48 The Wicker, north Sheffield, or at St.Mary's Church, Bramall Lane, south Sheffield, to march to City Hall.
The cost of living is forcing people to choose between food and energy bills. Protests are taking place across the country against this unacceptable pressure on ordinary people, while the Government pays out to its billionaire friends. Join this protest, organised by Sheffield People’s Assembly, Sheffield Trades Union Council and other groups, to say enough is enough, we can’t pay!
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Theatre: "YES! YES! U.C.S.!"

The Lantern Theatre
The Lantern Theatre presents Townend Theatre Productions with a play about a famous 1970s ‘work in’. A celebration of the community solidarity and collective resistance inspired and led by Upper Clyde Shipbuilders, which sent a message to the government about jobs, traditions, skills and communities. Powerful theatre with live rock and folk music, and graphic art animated projections. An evening…
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Essential Economics for “Levelling Up”

Sterling Works, 88 Arundel Street, S1 2NG
A conversation with Dr John Carlisle – international advocate on the dangers of competition and the economic benefits of collaboration at work and in communities. It is time to renew the great debates of the late 1800’s and early 1900’s when the Independent Labour Party and the Guild Socialists came into being. These debates were generated largely by the growing…
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