Tramlines is becoming like Edinburgh festivals with lots of branches. Yellow arches having it’s own festival which charging for. There is music at Crucible corner, which according to this, is not classed as Tramlines.
With so much live music on offer at the Tramlines Fringe, it can be hard to know where to start. Here’s Pink Wafer’s rundown of Tramlines Fringe venues, along with our top picks for the weekend.
via Tramlines Fringe 2018: Venue Guide And Top Picks — Pink Wafer
In celebration of its Sheffield roots and to mark 10 years as the one of the UK’s biggest inner-city music festival, Tramlines has announced two collaborations with fellow Sheffield independents that are set to make the mouth water. In association with Abbeydale Brewery – one of Sheffield’s oldest family run-breweries – Tramlines has launched an […]
via Tramlines Festival – Signature IPA and Henderson’s Relish! — York Calling
Tramlines is more co fusing than ever with more places charging entry.
Personally my plan is Hillsbough Park for a lot of Saturday to ensure in for Noel Gallagher.
But perhapas onthe Sunday will mix it up more, so this is a useful guide.
via Tramlines Fringe 2018: Venue Guide And Top Picks
Appropriately during sarcoma awareness month, I have been working on a sarcoma clinical trail and found out it was the awareness month when looking to find out a bit more about sarcomas.
The month of July is designated International Sarcoma Awareness Month. Sarcomas are rare cancers that develop in the muscle, bone, nerves, cartilage, tendons, blood vessels and the fatty and fibrous tissues. They can affect almost any part of the body, on the inside or the outside. There are three main types of sarcoma: soft tissue sarcoma, bone […]
via July is International Sarcoma Awareness Month! — Little Fighters Cancer Trust
In researching our genealogy it’s hard to accept that our ancestor was a foundling. A ‘throw away’, a child whose mother abandoned him. We grasp at straws to discover that he was loved and cherished. We don’t really want to believe he was truly alone. Wendy was sure her Grandfather was the secret love child […]
via A Foundling or a Love Child? — Angel Research
Robin was 13 when he found out he was adopted. Later he was told he had been abandoned – left in a box on London’s Oxford Street. Now 74, he has spent most of his life wondering who left him and why. But thanks to DNA, and the dogged detective work of one of his […]
via The baby in the box — More UK News