Dina mentioned in Guardian article

Dina mentioned in Guardian article

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Dina was mentioned in a guardian article about the sites to visit in Sheffield After a morning stroll, stop for lunch at Dina Diner, a vegetarian and vegan cafe attached to a music, comedy, poetry and theatre venue that is a social enterprise and platform for emerging artists. Dina is an example of what I like about most of Sheffield’s creative spaces: the really thoughtful curation Read the full article here - https://www.theguardian.com/discover-the-uk/2018/jun/13/48-hours-in-sheffield-a-locals-guide
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It’s time to get skanking this Sunday with Jungle Lion!

It’s time to get skanking this Sunday with Jungle Lion!

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Jungle Lion, an 11-piece Ska band who have taken over Sheffield with their monumental stage presence, are going to be performing this Sunday at DINA. (Doors at 8pm, £2 entry!) Dave Campbell, the founder of Jungle Lion, has disclosed a bit more about the band and their rise to success. How was the Jungle Lion created? Before Jungle Lion, I spent a few years working in a band which did the working men’s club circuit. We played ska but it wasn’t a big band and I got to thinking that it would be nice not be tied to just one circuit. That band came to an end in 2007. I had a break for a while and then started putting Jungle Lion together. It took us over a year of…
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DINA to welcome “visually stunning” play to Sheffield

DINA to welcome “visually stunning” play to Sheffield

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Bringing ‘lyrical magic’ to Sheffield this May will be the ‘visually stunning’ play, Honey, produced by the Reaction Theatre Makers. The Malvern-based theatre company have been preparing for their national tour, having already established glowing support for their play in the Worcestershire hills. Honey gave audiences a glimpse into a rural Welsh community, where a fraying family have been trying to stitch together a quilt, which eloquently mirrors the patchwork nature of the narrative. The meditative writing absorbed those watching into the internal dialogues of a boy with autism, his mother, her tattoo-artist sister and their estranged half-sibling in their struggle to deal with missing a part of their family, creating a gentle but profound drama. Written and directed by Tiffany Hosking, the play’s use of minimalistic staging completely entranced…
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Spoken Word and Beats and Toast (yes, actual toast.). This week’s DINA Digest

Spoken Word and Beats and Toast (yes, actual toast.). This week’s DINA Digest

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Good day to you! DINA Digest is back with a round-up of what's going on this week. However, first we must have a look back to last weekend and give a huge thanks to everyone who came down to Barang on Saturday, the crew who make it happen and the fantastic DJs on the night, big up to headliner Samedia Shabeen who made it down all the way from Edinburgh! The Beast From The East was tamed by the fire on the dancefloor on yet another great night, we hope everyone got home all right afterwards! Barang! will be back in what we sincerely hope will be a much more welcoming climate on June 2. So on to this week, and tonight (Thursday May 22), Wordlife returns with its night…
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Introducing A New Space For Theatre: The Cellar At DINA

Introducing A New Space For Theatre: The Cellar At DINA

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DINA are proud to announce we are housing a new project which transforms a rather neglected part of our building into Sheffield’s newest fringe theatre. Joey Winson spoke to Miriam Schechter, one of the team behind The Cellar at DINA, about how the idea came about and their plans for the space’s launch. The four spaces we have at DINA all have a little quirk about them or a particular backstory. The Café, the home of DINA Diner, was part of The Cutler pub. Next to that is the long bar on the we know as The Spoon Factory, as its guise before being part of a pub was entwined with Sheffield’s steel history as… yes you guessed it. Upstairs is mainly taken up by what was the 70s in…
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