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Heritage Open Days Guided Tours

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Bishops' House is always open at weekends, but as part of the ever-expanding Heritage Open Days (spanning two weeks this year..) and as one of Sheffield's finest (THE finest?!) heritage assets, we're offering the added extra of six free guided tours.  

Delve into the latest discoveries about the house's history. You will also learn about the construction of the house, past residents, the house's links to Sheffield Castle and the secrets that have been found around the house.

No need to book - just turn up at the right time.  The tour is unlikely to last over an hour

Sat 14th September:  11.30 am   

Sun 15th September:  11.30 am and 2.30pm

Weds 18th September: 7.00 pm

Sat 21st September:  11.30 am  (please note we close early on Saturday 21st, at 2pm)

Sunday 22nd September: 11.30 am

Robbie Thompson single launch with R Loomes

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Friday 20th September - doors open 7.30pm, music starts 8.00pm

Robbie Thompson

Reflective, lyric driven songwriting, inspired by the post-industrial North of England, and described by BBC Introducing as "utterly beautiful". Robbie typically makes up one fifth of much travelled collective The Buffalo Skinners, and this new single is his first solo release to feature a full band.

https://youtu.be/oU790xGFag8
https://robbiethompson1402.bandcamp.com/

R.Loomes

Prolific dark-folk sorcerer from Nottingham whose releases go from strength to strength.

"Rachael Loomes’s songs are a reminder that music is born from silence, they embody life and death, winter and spring, opposites as complementaries and part of the same cycle."
- Sabat Magazine

https://rloomes.bandcamp.com/

Tickets £5 from Party For The People (£1.10 booking fee goes to charity)

Sammartino, A Paranoid King, Outdoor Scene

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Friday 27 September 2019, doors open 7pm

"Three lo-fi fiends descend on the ancient timber of Bishops House for a night of odd pop. Vocoders shall be venerated, loops smelted and saxophones tooted. All for the pleasure of the peasants."

Sammartino
Hymns for the internet age.
www.sammartino.bandcamp.com

Outdoor Scene
Serpent riffs and spartan beats.
www.outdoorscene.bandcamp.com

A Paranoid King
Rural Rock from the hills.
www.aparanoidking.bandcamp.com

Tickets £5 on the door

Jimmy Aldridge and Sid Goldsmith

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October 2nd 7.30pm, Jimmy Aldridge and Sid Goldsmith


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jimmy Aldridge and Sid Goldsmith are a critically acclaimed folk duo with have the ability to make old songs seems relevant and news songs sound ancient.  Performing live, the duo blend a celebration of traditional music with a deep integrity and sincerity that stems from their passion for the social themes within the music. 

"To be a great folk singer, you have to be a great storyteller, as Jimmy Aldridge and Sid Goldsmith are clearly aware. The duo are both fine singers and multi-instrumentalists" The Guardian

"Making common cause between antique songs and present circumstances is one of the grails of modern folk, one this young duo pull off impressively…Rousing stuff." The Observer

"Observations about modern life blend seamlessly with traditional material, delivered with rare poise and delicate musicianship." ★★★★ Songlines Mag


Doors will be at 7.30 for an 8pm start, with a 10pm curfew for bed.  

Tickets available here  

Demolished Sheffield

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Wednesday October 9th, 7.30pm

Mike Higginbottom talks about Demolished Sheffield.  This presentation draws attention to the reasons why much-loved Sheffield landmarks bite the dust and queries whether some of them could have had a future.

This talk is free, however we have limited capacity and recommend you arrive early to have the best chance of a seat.

Åyusp / The Garwin Project / A Collection of Notes

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Friday 25 October 2019 performance starts 7.30 prompt! 

A triple-bill of Sheffield’s finest electronic artists descends on Bishops House!

Åyusp return to Bishops House to play a set of ambient and experimental electronica. Expect some improvisation and a few surprises - this will be a unique live set unlike anything they've ever done before.

https://soundcloud.com/ayuspmusic

The Garwin Project’s improvised sequencer-based retro soundscape morphs and shifts from laid-back trippy ambient to trance-ish psychedelia and back. There’s always a soft landing. Their website

Sheffield’s very own A Collection of Notes returns to Bishops House with his exquisite retro ambient / sequenced electronic music.

https://soundcloud.com/acollectionofnotes

Cost £7.00 (£8.00 on the door)  - book here

Results from the Sheffield Castle Dig

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Monday November 11th, 7.30pm -  Results from the Sheffield Castle Dig

Ashley Tuck from Wessex Archaeology will evaluate Sheffield Castle, sharing the results of the recent dig.

In the wake of the demolition of Sheffield Castle, archaeologists have had the first ever chance to undertake a systematic investigation of Sheffield Castle.

This talk is free, however we have limited capacity and recommend you arrive early to have the best chance of a seat.

 

 

 

Deck the Halls: Yuletide Customs and Traditions by David Bostwick

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Wednesday December 11th 7.30pm - Deck the Halls:  Yuletide Customs and Traditions by David Bostwick

Christmas, as a time of celebration, has a very long pedigree.  The great mid-winter festival, known to the Romans as Saturnalia, is still greeted with feasting and drinking throughout the twelve days of Christmas.  Plenty of humour and seasonal refreshments

This talk is free, however we have limited capacity and recommend you arrive early to have the best chance of a seat.

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