Hybrid Vigour 01/07/17 Beamed back fully-charged from the dancefloor-discombobulated twilight zone, Hybrid Vigour Club is a new club night for wild, energised, intersectional dance music. Building on the format-dissolving continuous dance events Hybrid Vigour have been running the last few years – featuring the likes of Mica Levi, Nkisi, Inga Copeland, Islam Chipsy and the […]
Free Hand Every Wednesday evening, the Warehouse Gallery is donated to this creative workshop. Charly, founder and co-ordinator, explains her mission; ‘We run workshops and offer open, judgement free space for people living with depression and anxiety. This can range from temporary feelings of stress or stagnation to any form of depression and anxiety. These […]
Clee Introducing our resident Space CADet – Clee. A long standing studio holder at CADS Works, she found herself to be out of space in her humble studio, to accomplish her artistic aims. Unable to accommodate costs of upgrading to a larger studio, she applied for the Space CADet programme so she could have the […]
Nick Spencer Nick Spencer, a resident here at CADS, is a shining example of someone coming up trumps after facing adversity.Since February 2011 Nick Spencer has rented a CADS studio to produce his innovative and engaging art, however, life has not always been such a success. Although art has inextricably permeated Nick’s life, from an […]
The Wired The Wired Filmed and produced by CADS residents Make Noise Studios this querky, upbeat video, ‘Summer Sun’, is shot in our Basement Sound Room alongside various places across Sheffield.
Ginger Tom Ginger Tom Choosing the TNK room as the setting of their filming, Doncaster band Ginger Tom’s hit ‘Life In The Dark’ is accompanied by the striking artwork behind them giving them a vibrant back drop.
The Monday Club Shot on the Roof Terrace, catching some sun in between the rain, ‘Time Ticks Away’ is a very catchy song with real character. With a view across Sheffield behind them, these guys have the world at their feet.
Santiago Kings ‘Tyburn Jig’ was filmed in our Great Hall with extra scenes shot on the roof terrace as well. These guys really went to town, with dancers, puppets, fire artists, circus acts and much more.