The logo of the far right, yet beloved by football fans, the St George’s cross is a rare sight on the streets today, but could it fade completely as Generation Z take the reins?
It’s approaching half two in the morning. An orderly queue has formed up the cellar steps of a Sheffield end-of-terrace. … More
The Sheffield alt-queer collectives blurring the boundary between drag and burlesque.
With their fast cars, petty troubles and expensive hobbies, we’re fascinated with how the other half live. Harry Browse argues … More
“Happy Birthday Miranda!” was the campy social media meme which defined 2019. Harry Browse speaks to Sam Hayes and Jack … More
Singer-songwriters, Olivia Browse and Jozef Scott have had enough. Harry Browse talks to them about sticking out, cat-calling and clowning … More
A fire has broken out at the Broomhall housing estate. In the top floor flat, a woman is pulled to … More
Moving on has been a double-edged sword. The immense feelings of individual achievement sit alongside feelings of separation, and a … More
A pair of legs, supported by a metallic ladder, dangle from the ceiling in the hallway of my family home. … More
This article was originally published in Now Then Magazine, an independent Sheffield publication. A link to the issue can be … More