The Royal Wedding Dress was designed by Sarah Burton, the lead designer for Alexander McQueen. The once-in-a-life-time opportunity was given to Burton in March, who took over as creative director of Alexander McQueen following his death last year. Continue reading
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Lecturers walked out at both Sheffield Universities over the Government’s plans to cut pensions.
Members of the University and Colleges Union manned picket lines and refused to enter the buildings they work in on Thursday 24th March, in a national strike that they hope will make a difference. Continue reading
The event that took place on Thursday 10th March at Walkabout bar on Carver Street, saw the female and male finalists take to the catwalk and battle it out for the year long modelling contract with DK Model Management, whilst raising money for charity. Continue reading
“To me, to you!” Yes, the Chuckle Brother’s are back…and this time they’re hitting our screens in 3D.
Children’s entertainer Barry Chuckle, 66 (right) – real name Barry Elliot – recently revealed plans for a Chuckle Brother’s movie, and now it seems that the film, described as a horror spoof, is set to be released this year. He told Digital Spy “we’ve always wanted to make a film. A Chuckle Brothers movie. It’s going to be in 3D, which is another first for us. We’ve never been in 3D before.” Continue reading
Students from Sheffield Hallam University are attempting to change the belief that student’s are lazy by setting up a charity bungee jump and abseil.
The event is being organised as part of their third year business course, and will take place on the 20th March. This course module requires them to set up and run a charity event in order to pass their degree. With all proceeds going to two charities of their choice. Continue reading
Vintage vultures were prepared to swoop…..despite an unexpected arrival of snow! Yet the show must go on, and so the UK’s largest touring vintage fair arrived in Sheffield on Saturday 19th February.
As the doors opened at 12pm, it became apparent that this fair had been long awaited as flocks of eager students looking for a stylish bargain flooded in. The Circle on Division Street played host to the fair on Saturday, where you were plunged back in time by DJ’s spinning tunes from artists such as Soft Cell, Bucks Fizz, and The Nightingale. Continue reading
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