As part of Migration Matters festival we’re hosting an evening of talks and discussion about the politics of migration and what you can do to help end the violence done to some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
Join us for this special edition of TV Dinners in collaboration with South Yorkshire Migration and Asylum Action Group (SYMAAG).
Common Thread and Fruit n Juice come together for a slow fashion party. Common Thread host their monthly clothes exchange from 1-4pm (bring nearly-new items and take some away), followed by talks on the impact of fast fashion on people and planet from researchers and activists, a fashion show, music and dancing from 6pm.
This event is part of the 'Looking Forward' strand which has kindly been sponsored by Barnsley Digital Media Centre.
Foodhall is a volunteer run community centre and kitchen. Accessibility information can be found here: foodhalllproject.org/accessibility
For further information and our full programme visit www.festivalofdebate.com
Folk Kitchen is a new monthly event at Foodhall sharing music and food, open to all!
In the British Isles there is a long tradition of telling stories through song. In this workshop we will explore various examples of ballads from around the Britain and Ireland and look at different approaches of how to tell these stories and make them your own.
SIGN UP FOR WORKSHOP VIA TICKET LINK
Sam Baxter is a performer, interpreter and arranger of traditional song. Although originally from the High Peak in North-Derbyshire, he is currently establishing himself as a performer in the Newcastle folk scene. Having last summer won Bromyard Folk Festival’s ‘Future of Folk’ unaccompanied singing competition, his summer will be spent performing at various folk festivals around the UK.
6pm Workshop (Sign-up)
7pm Food (Public)
All events are a suggested donation of £10. No one turned away due to lack of funds.
Details about Foodhall's accessibility can be found here: https://www.foodhallproject.org/accessibility
Come together with a small group of other aspiring musicians in a friendly relaxed setting for weekly contribute-what-you-can guitar lessons.
- how to play parts from your favourite songs,
- how to understand things better using music theory,
- guidance with and an introduction to a variety of different playing techniques,
- how to interact dynamically with other musicians
....as well as a whole lot more!
A motley crew
Of diasporist Jews
Warmly welcome you
To our Passover do
Pesach (or Passover) is the Jewish festival of liberation. The Seder is a ritualised recounting of the liberation story of the Jews escaping ancient Egypt. In this Sheffield focused, diasporist Seder we will celebrate liberation stories that have been won and commit to fighting for the liberation that's still yet to come.
Importantly, a Seder is also a big ol' communal meal, so we will uphold this ancient tradition by enjoying some delicious food together! Menu forthcoming, veggie/vegan.
Plates are open to all, and run as fundraisers for Foodhall. Anyone can host one - get in touch if ur interested.
Suggested donation £10. No-one ever turned away for lack of funds.
Unfortunately our toilets are not wheelchair accessible.
More info & accessibility statement:
Join us for our first life drawing session! Our lovely model will be serving you some fresh looks and delightful poses from fashion throughout the ages.
All abilities welcomed and celebrated. Art supplies are provided but feel free to bring along your own. There will be hot drinks and snacks too!
We ask for a suggested donation of £5 that goes towards all the wonderful things Foodhall does but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
A new sheffield-based collective made up of women and non-binary DJs playing what they want and how they want in a safe and loving environment. They want you to join them in their mission to spread love and have a good old boogie.
All women on the decks, everyone else on the floor.
Lates are Foodhall's main fundraising events. We suggest a £7 donation on the door, but nobody is turned away for lack of funds. Our events are BYOB. Please be respectful of the space and each other. Unfortunately our toilets are not wheelchair accessible.
OP-TRONICA is a monthly open mic night for electronic artists.
Everyone welcome. Get in touch with Op-Tronica if you’d like to perform - https://www.facebook.com/optronicasheffield/?eid=ARDSrUJKfbxTpVjT19x0-dMWxEREqNiMBrKSaUgQGnuFRjly7AI11m1cVEwz0yJEoimjAe9029fKbWvK
Do you want to embody Sheffield's DIY ethic but don't know where to start? Got a bike? No bike but want to learn to fix one anyway? Come join us for our Bikehall workshops this November and December, where we'll have a team of bike fixers ready to help Sheffield cyclists care for their bicycles!
Sign up to one or more workshop here: https://goo.gl/forms/WCs2Qcs44wOIa07r2
All workshops will run from 6-8pm. The first (7 November) will be followed by some food, so will run until about 9ish. If other workshops coincide with Plates events then you are welcome to stay for some grub following the workshop.
We had a total blast at the first Airworks Discothèque so we're hitting up Foodhall Lates again for round two.
Joining the Airworks crew on the decks is Dimitri, the enigmatic man behind the movement known as science music and resident Blancmange Lounge selector.
Expect lovingly curated disco, soul, jazz, house and Ariana Grande.
Welcome to 2019 film fans!
Join Film Unit and Foodhall for the third instalment of TV Dinners: a community cinema where the films are chosen by you, the audience.
This month our theme was 'tropical' in a bid to transport us from the bowels of winter to somewhere a little warmer, albeit for just a few hours.
This month’s movie is Steven Spielberg's 1975 movie, Jaws.
Doors open @ 19:00
Food served @ 19:30
Movie starts @ 20:00
Come as you are, suggested donation of £5-10. All funds support the work of Foodhall. Bring your own blanket, hot water bottle, hot drinks provided!
Join us at the fantastic Foodhall to warm your cockles, gather together to chop, chatter, preserve, cook and juice the fruit we've rescued
This Plates is hosted by Wild Combination. Wild Combination is an experimental food project. Sensory and social plant based food inspired by herbalism, futurism, great ingredients and a quest for new flavour combinations.
For more about what they do follow them on instagram: @wild_combination.
Plates evenings are run on a suggested donation basis to raise funds for Foodhall. Foodhall is a utopic community space that brings everyone together. Suggested donation £5-£10, no-one turned away for lack of funds.
A crack team of Foodhall's very own kitchen all-stars rise to the challenge of making Foodhall seem fancy. Without silver-service, white-tie, or a working oven, they'll be treating you to a seasonal menu of the fanciest food in town. Fancypants Plates.
All vegan. Suggested donation £5-£10 to help fix our oven. No-one turned away for lack of funds. Menu as follows:
❧ Spiced root vegetable (parsnip) consommé (soup)
❧ Pan fried rib eye (celeriac) steak
❧ Stewed winter berries with a golden oated crumb (fruit crumble)
Wanting to capture and enjoy the current swell in talented musicians pumping out a range of musics that could fall under the broad church of 'neo-soul' atm we're throwing a lil party that will also support the great work that the Foodhall project is doing in our fair city.
Serving acoustic to hip-hop, jazz to electronica, beats to halftime and lets face it probably some dnb we have a great mix of live vocalists and DJs from Sheffield's talented soundscape.. Expect a loosening of the soul genre as the night goes on.. and heart quickening, hair raising vibes a plenty throughout..
Girl Gang are bringing you a night of autumnal foodie merriment. On offer are hearty vegan stews, a hot choccie bar where you can choose your own toppings and blankies galore. The wearing of snuggly jumpers is encouraged and it you want to bring along a blanket, even better. Food is a suggested donation of £5-£10, we would love to see you down there!