Plan for million-pound classical venue at Sheffield studios: “There’s a proven need – it’ll just be awesome”

A former factory that is now one Sheffield’s leading music facilities has been earmarked as the site of a new arts venue for classical performance, theatre and education costing up to £3 million. Yellow Arch Studios in Neepsend – where Arctic Monkeys first practised and albums by the likes of Richard Hawley, Jarvis Cocker and Kylie Minogue have been produced – is working on a feasibility study with the city council and Sheffield University as plans for the concert hall are firmed up.
The proposal follows a report published in February that called for a new venue, a dedicated recording... read more

 
27 September 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 41
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