Articles by Lucy Harper
I'm Sheffield editor for the Culture Vulture bringing you the latest cultural bites from the Steel City. I'm also a freelance content manager, video producer and copywriter. My background is in broadcast journalism and languages and I'm interested in all things to do with culture and communication. My walking boots and camera are three of my most prized possessions.
Sheffield design agency, DED Associates are twenty years young this year. Lucy Harper goes in search of the secret to their survival.
Come and visit the Club60 Singles Club with Sheffield blogger, Lucy Harper and feel some desire for a vinyl fetish
Calling all Sheffield culture vultures… come and join us for a coffee, catch up and an opportunity to find out more about blogging 6:30pm, next Friday 2 September at the Showroom Cinema Bar.
Sheffield blogger, Sarah Cockburn gives us a preview of Do It Together, an exhibition of the eclectic and exotic now featuring at The Forum.
Sheffield creatives are busy causing a stir outside the city, so what’s stopping them having more impact closer to home? Lucy Harper reports back from Impact, the first of three events exploring Sheffield’s cultural strategy.
Fancy some different views of Sheffield, from hilltops to ancient woodland? So does guest blogger Ruth Thomas, whose given us her highlights ahead of the Walk Sheffield festival 2011.
It’s the count down to Sensoria, Sheffield’s festival of music and film and we’ve got some hot tips from guest blogger, Matthew Mella, for this heady mix of screenings, performance, talks, events and exhibitions.
If you love poetry, the first Sheffield Poetry Festival has the creative word in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Guest blogger Hazel Scott caught up with one of the keynote poets Nell Farrell, ahead of the launch.
Galvanize Sheffield festival is back in town celebrating contemporary metal design, as Sarah Cockburn finds out.
Ever had a crazy idea for transforming a neglected piece of city scrubland, an underpass or a flyover? Enter the Forgotten Spaces competition and say how you’d make your mark if you were a town planner, city architect or developer for a day.
Win two tickets to see Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street at Sheffield’s Lyceum Theatre.
Lucy Harper interviews founder of The North Culture Club, Ben Duong, to dig deeper into the Sheffield Cultural Strategy and find out what it means for Sheffield folk.
Lucy Harper goes underground for a Sheffield Speak Easy with The North Culture Club
Lucy Harper kicks off a series of short interviews about Sheffield’s Cultural Strategy, Made and Created in Sheffield and the view from the ground. First up is Alan Deadman, Music Promoter and Tramlines Board Member.
Sheffield jewellery maker and all round talented lass, Karen Lydiat tells us what it’s been like setting up her business, Kettle of Fish.
Sheffield gastro pub The Milestone go more than the extra mile to champion local food as Gary Morton the food nut finds out.
Lucy Harper reviews Beautiful Burnout, the latest production at Sheffield’s Crucible Studio theatre. Be prepared for an assault to the senses.
Sheffield’s Eleven Design have been busy knitting this November’s banner. Lucy Harper finds out what else they’ve got on the go this month.