Thu 11 Aug 2022
TRAVELODGE has exchanged contracts for its 69-room hotel on Forge Island — part of its £160 million expansion programme.
By Adele Forrest on Tue 06 Jul 2021
THEY are young (ish), run green and keep their teeth nice and clean — Supergrass have been announced as the new Sunday headliner at this year's Tramlines festival.
By Adele Forrest on Mon 05 Jul 2021
FAMILY-friendly tale Mr Stink will be performed at Sheffield’s Botanical Gardens this week.
By Admin on Mon 05 Jul 2021
Phil Turner reviews Victoria Wood's debut play as it comes to the Crucible more than 40 years after being commissioned.
By Gareth Dennison on Mon 21 Jun 2021
EVERYONE is young once — meaning a family spanning several generations entering Clifton Park Museum’s new exhibition will be struck by similar pangs of nostalgia for the various decades covered.
By Andrew Mosley on Thu 17 Jun 2021
TOWN centre development has almost completely wiped away Rotherham’s theatrical history.
By Michael Upton on Thu 10 Jun 2021
ONLINE friends who connected during lockdown will meet up in person for a summer party — and everyone is invited.
By Adele Forrest on Thu 27 May 2021
A MALE voice choir celebrating its 50th anniversary is on the hunt for new members — particularly budding bases and baritones.
By Andrew Mosley on Wed 26 May 2021
A DANCE instructor is bringing a touch of glamour to a rugby club as she invites newcomers to give burlesque a try.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 26 May 2021
A CHEF transformed a tearoom into his dream 1920s-themed restaurant — and immediately had to re-invent the business to offer takeaway.
By Adele Forrest on Fri 21 May 2021
LIVE music WILL now return to The Cutlers’ Arms this weekend — and walk-ins are welcome at the free event.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 20 May 2021
MEET gardening grandma Rita Ward — whose weekly culinary conundrums have proved popular with radio listeners.
By Adele Forrest on Wed 19 May 2021
PEOPLE are being encouraged to sing like no-one is listening and join Rotherham’s Tuneless Choir for bad singers.
By Michael Upton on Thu 29 Apr 2021
A RESTAURANT owner has accused Rotherham Council of abandoning common sense after falling foul of a Covid crackdown.
STAFF at a go-kart track were left dismayed after their plans to kickstart the business after lockdown stalled on the starting grid.
By Michael Upton on Tue 27 Apr 2021
THE STREETS, Royal Blood and Richard Ashcroft have been unveiled as the bill-toppers for the long-awaited return of Tramlines.