An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Friday, repeating until 29/11/2019
Regather Community cider is relaunching for autumn 2019. We want to try to make sure many of Sheffield’s urban apples don’t go to waste. However with so many apples being ready in one go simply scoffing them isn’t always an option. Traditionally bumper crops of apples were made into cider and we want to explore ways in which we could make this happen in Sheffield. We can offer fresh juice in exchange for donations of apples or wait and we…Tickets & More Info »
DIY music venue Hatch (formerly The Audacious Art Experiment) is going on another "holiday" this time just off London Road at Regather. Featuring: Nape Neck - New post-punk band featuring Bobby of Gutternsnipe and 2 thirds of Beards. 'Callously acerbic guitars punch holes through the rotating drum of asymmetric rhythm machinery'. Slug Milk - Frantic anxiety driven ritualistic folk horror akin to the rhythmic contractions of a great slug... Lift up your slime skirts and step into a moist puddle of drones,…Tickets & More Info »
Regather Comedy Club returns with headliner Kiri Pritchard McLean.
“an impressive comic, making powerhouse standup from the thorniest of subjects.” - The Guardian. ***** - The Independent As seen on Have I Got News For You, Frankie Boyle’s New World Order, 8 Out Of 10 Cats. Half of the All Killa No Filla podcast
“Setting the bar for alternative comedy in Sheffield” - Sheffield Culture Guide
Kiri will be supported by Peter Fleming (£7-10)Tickets & More Info »
The first event in our series exploring the theme of Edgelands.
We open with the Sheffield premiere of Edgelands - a short fiction film by upcoming film maker Broden Salmon which contextualises stories of food poverty, homelessness and youth welfare into a realistic drama.
Our main feature is ‘Field Notes’ from The Boundary Project - a collaboration between film maker Ian Nesbitt and artist Ruth Levene. The collaboration began as a 9 day, 67 mile walk around Sheffield’s metropolitan boundary, where both artists live. Followed by Q&A and conversation with Ian and Ruth. (£5/6)Tickets & More Info »
Regather is teaming up with Wild Combination - experimental food project run by Sophie O. Underdown Lester and Tara Hill. Sensory and social, plant based food inspired by herbalism, seasonal ingredients and a quest for new flavour combinations, who try to use as much locally sourced and foraged food as possible. Right up Regather's street! The supper club will include a 3 course meal using veg supplied by Regather and our local suppliers in our lovely events space. Regather will…Tickets & More Info »
The film follows the 45-year old Swedish woman, Kristina Paltén, before, during and after her lone run across Iran. Kristina ran 1144 miles during 58 days with the purpose to challenge her own prejudices against a country, a culture and people she had never previously been in contact with and knew little about. She wanted to explore what a muslim country meant to a lone woman running across an entire country. Prior to her trip she had been told she…Tickets & More Info »
A unique event that brings the film festival experience to you, in social bite-size chunks. Animat mark the release of their new album with a live soundtrack performance of All Is Lost, + special guest DJ set from Banco de Gaia. All Is Lost is a 2013 survival drama film written and directed by J. C. Chandor, starring Robert Redford as a man lost at sea. Redford is the only cast member and was nominated for a Golden Globe as…Tickets & More Info »
Spoon carving is a fantastic introduction into green woodwork and one that can provide a lifetimes enjoyment. It is a fantastic skill to learn as it can be done anywhere, with few tools and very little space. On this course we will learn to carve a cooking spoon that you can use in your home using three tools; an axe, carving knife and a spoon knife. Saturday is a beginners course and Sunday is an intermediate course. Check the web-site…Tickets & More Info »
Spoon carving is a fantastic introduction into green woodwork and one that can provide a lifetimes enjoyment. It is a fantastic skill to learn as it can be done anywhere, with few tools and very little space. The Eating spoon. Have you been spoon carving for a little while and although have grasped the basics, still struggle with the form and finishing of your spoons. This is the course for you! All last years workshops sold out so don’t delay.…Tickets & More Info »