Touring on the back of their recent acclaimed debut album ‘There Is A Place’, ever-evolving music collective Maisha, led by..
The Lescar announces Spring Jazz line-up
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Apartment conversion for popular Loch Fyne restaurant
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Meet the Cast: Manor Operatic Society
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The Castlegate Revolution
Sheffield Theatres: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Black History Month: A new black history
Help the Children’s Hospital Charity build a better future
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Site Gallery opens this weekend
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BBC Music Day heading to Sheffield
Sheffield Castle brought to life by augmented reality
Doctor Who’s new season to premiere in Sheffield tonight
First round of traders announced for Cutlery Works
Arctic Monkeys @ Sheffield Arena
Review: Steel @ Studio Theatre
A Taste of Independent Sheffield: Local legends prop up the bar
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Amazon Treasure Truck pops up on Devonshire Green
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Sheffield to host Doctor Who premiere
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Festival of the Mind to host new Pete McKee exhibition
Jazz at The Lescar is an award-winning jazz promoter based in Sheffield, hosting one of the UK’s longest running weekly..
You’re never lacking for comedic material when it comes to Boris Johnson – much to the delight of Sheffield-based drama..
The Harley Presents: Dead Naked Hippies/The Sleazoids/Naked Bell The Harley // 16 April // £5(+bf) A trio of three up-and-coming..
Thrilling musical, American Idiot, has Green Day fans in rapture and introduced a generation of theatregoers to their powerful and..
Following on from the award winning historical piece, Casanova, Northern Ballet return to the history books for a brand new..
New Dawn Fades, a play centred around the formation of Joy Division during the punk revolution of the 1970s, will..
The Grammy and Tony Award-winning musical American Idiot will be performed at the Sheffield Lyceum Theatre from Tuesday 26 – Saturday..
The Reel Steel Cult Weekender launches this weekend, March 15-17. The weekend celebrates iconic films in an equally iconic venue,..
“There ain’t no turning back, get ready cause we’re on the attack” Reggae band, Gentleman’s Dub Club, announce a whole..
“WE NEED TO TALK” Having grown into the biggest festival of its kind in the UK, the Festival of Debate..
After being jilted at the alter, lovelorn Ollie embarks on the planned honeymoon with his friends, arriving at Hotel Club..
The River Stewardship Company and Don Catchment Rivers Trust are hosting this event to take vital action to improve the..
Shey Hargreaves’ witty one-woman show, ‘SICK’, is coming to Sheffield Theatre Deli on March 20th. ‘SICK’ is a bittersweet comedy..