Alex Young is no stranger to the Crucible: she recently starred in 2019’s Christmas musical Guys and Dolls, as well..
The legendary Van Morrison, one of the hardest working live performers of his era comes to the Sheffield City Hall..
Adapted by critically acclaimed writer Shaun McKenna, the world premiere stage production of Peter James’ novel Looking Good Dead heads..
The Together Season Festival, a programme of work from local artists; curated by a panel of artists, audience members and..
They were like chalk and cheese in the 1960s but these days they’re renowned as two of Sheffield’s most decade-defining..
Sheffield’s newest artspace, Artcade Gallery, situated amongst the Forum shops on Division Street, recently reopened its doors for a new..
Open Up Sheffield, one of the largest and most successful open studio events outside of the capital, will return in..
Art Battle is a live painting competition that takes place in over 50 cities around the world, from New York..
A new exhibition at Graves Gallery will explore the ways in which trauma and human conflict haunt the landscapes in..
Championing women’s rights and gender equality since its inaugural event in 2015, SheFest makes a return to Sheffield with a..
Pie Week is an annual celebration of all things pie, started in 2007 by Jus-Rol. This year, to celebrate the..
The complete cast of Sheffield Theatres’ upcoming production of Coriolanus has been announced. Under the direction of Robert Hastie, who received critical..
The Nutcracker needs little introduction, and tells the story of Clara who is whisked away to a magical land by..
“We want to move the audience and draw their attention to the injustices” – Strike! heads to the Library Theatre
Set in the fictional South Yorkshire mining village of Silverton, at the time of the 1984/85 miners’ strike, Strike! by..