Plot 22 featured on NME Investigates

Yet Social enterprises invite attendees to use abandoned buildings and studios – such as Plot 22, described on its Facebook page as “a multipurpose creative space” – for club nights and sites for creative endeavours.

Matheson explains that these spaces are being used to “put on niche nights in the city centre that you wouldn’t find elsewhere,” Plot 22 recently hosted a women-only DJ workshop and he claims that, among his peers, “everything’s got a bit of a social conscience.” Of this inclusivity, he says: “There’s a real opportunity for young people to make their own scene. People are like: ‘We’ll get something together and make space for them’.

Read in full at NME.com

About Rite Trax 29 Articles
RiteTrax is a social enterprise established in 2015 to provide a platform for underground creative culture in Sheffield. We run multi format creative events to showcase the full spectrum of underground creativity, with a focus on freedom of expression, collaboration and community. We showcase everything from live music and DJs to visual projections, spoken word poetry, live art and more.

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