'Killer clown' costumes banned from South Yorkshire Halloween event

Organisers of a South Yorkshire Halloween have banned people from wearing 'killer clown' costumes, and say they will turn anyone wearing one away with no refund.

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Bob Fish

Epworth Men’s Society hears of Battle of The Somme

A talk entitled The Somme was given when some 40-plus members of the Epworth Men’s Society held their first meeting - an annual dinner at the town’s Red Lion Hotel - to start their 2016 to 2017 season.

Luke Jerram

Search for hidden gold as North Lincolnshire residents go on a treasure hunt

20-21 Visual Arts Centre has worked with internationally renowned artist, Luke Jerram, on a new project that will see the public go on a treasure hunt for real gold hidden around North Lincolnshire.

Revolutionary bra design

BRA-VO for Sheffield's revolutionary breast cancer care support

Hallam University and Sheffield NHS Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust have partnered with Panache Lingerie to develop a bra that could help women undergoing breast radiotherapy.
Chesterfield Library

Crime fiction fans get chance to meet top authors

Crime fiction fans and budding writers are set to enjoy a new series of talks and workshops during Derbyshire County Council’s ‘criminal intentions season’ at Chesterfield Library.

The dancers and their 'backstage crew' outside Sheffield train station

VIDEO: Commuters get a surprise outside Sheffield station

Commuters on their way home had a pleasant surprise this evening when South Asian dancers appeared from nowhere outside Sheffield train station to celebrate Diwali.
Dolly signs up for Dolly Parton’s library in the Isle

Dolly signs up for Dolly Parton’s library in the Isle

North Lincolnshire Council has just signed up its first Dolly to the Imagination Library, founded by country singer, Dolly Parton.

Community event.

Calling Isle artists and sculptors

Artists and sculptors have the chance to showcase their work and win cash prizes in an open event.

Mad for it!

Hat's off to 30th anniversary Mad Hatter Day

When: October 6 1986. Where: Boulder, Colorado. What: Computer geeks celebrate shared silliness, inspired by Alice In Wonderland Mat Hatter drawings.
The Chicago Blues Brothers on stage

Chicago Blues Brothers, Rotherham Civic

Blues Brothers are back and on a mission to entertain.

Theatre and Comedy
Sign of our times ... Levi's signature patch

JEAN-IUS: Levi jeans 31 facts on founder's death anniversary

Levi Strauss, man behind denim three quarters of us will have worn, died 114 years ago today.


Trains to return to Crowle Moors

North Lincolnshire Council, working with the Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership, is helping the Crowle Peatland Railway Society to realise plans for Crowle and Thorne Moors by providing £10,000 to restore two diesel hydraulic locomotives. 

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Sheffield artist delighted with Portrait of Distinction award

Sheffield artist David Ball has won this year’s ‘Portrait of Distinction’ competition at the 13th annual Art in the Gardens which took place earlier this month.

Cheeseballs are new to the OED

‘Moobs’, ‘Cheeseballs’ and ‘Gender-fluid’ new entries in Oxford English Dictionary

'Moobs' and 'gender-fluid' are among more than 1,000 new words and phrases in the latest edition of the Oxford English Dictionary - along with 'Westminster bubble.'
Carl Sherwood

Boys get to show off their moves at Isle dance classes

Do you have a passion for dancing? Three dance groups in North Lincolnshire are on the lookout for young people to join them.

Giuliano Contadini and Martha Leebolt in the title roles of Northern Ballet's production of Romeo and Juliet

Italian dancer’s passionate about his Romeo role

Northern Ballet bring their version of Romeo and Juliet to Sheffield next week.

Theatre and Comedy
Julian Clary

Children’s author Julian Clary set to launch Doncaster book awards

Comedian and children’s author Julian Clary will be the star attraction at this year’s Doncaster Book Awards.

Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussein

First class photo show set for Sheffield station

Portrait of Britain art exhibition, focusing on public face on an unprecedented scale, is scheduled to arrive tomorrow at Sheffield rail station.

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Strictly Come Dancing ex-champs Lilia and Darren

Yorkshire's Strictly ex-champs to give free dance lessons at City Limits

Yorkshire's Strictly Come Dancing ex-champions Darren Bennett and Lilia Kopylova will quick step back home this weekend - to give free dance lessons to fans.

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Fun at a previous Salsa in the Square event

Salsa In The Square, Leopold Square, Sheffield

The bank holiday weekend marks the return of a free, nine-hour open-air Latin live music and dance event.

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