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the city talking: sheffield, a-z 2016 • sara nulty

the city talking: sheffield, a-z 2016 • sara nulty

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For our first A-Z issue in Sheffield, we asked our friends — people we’d featured in the paper — what they had enjoyed this past year, and what they were looking forward to in the next one. We then shared the questions with their friends, acquaintances and a whole bunch of people we’d never met but wanted to hear from anyway. Some of these people have always lived in Sheffield; others have travelled from far-away places to make the city their home. We’ve tried to talk to a diverse group of people from a wide range of sectors; artists, festival directors, CEOs, florists, musicians, wedding planners and picture framers have answered our questions.

The A-Z issue is compiled of hopes, dreams, memories — the ones you share as friends, colleagues and strangers in a city.  Next year, we hope to include even more.

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Photograph by Shang-Ting Peng

Photograph by Shang-Ting Peng

Sara Nulty
Tramlines Festival

— 2015 —

Watching Factory Floor in the old Picture house as part of Sensoria festival. The setting was amazing and they are such a great band.


— 2016 —

I’m looking forward to the return of Art Sheffield and checking out some of the unusual spaces they are using.

 

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Originally published in The City Talking: Sheffield, issue 05


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