Open Up Sheffield: Largest artist showcase outside of London celebrates 23 years
Live Art Battle comes to Sheffield
New Exhibition Highlights How Trauma Haunts Modern Landscapes
SheFest 2020: Five events to get you started with this year’s lineup
Life of Pie? How you can win free pie for a year!
Sheffield Theatres announce Coriolanus cast
Review: The Nutcracker @ The Lyceum
“We want to move the audience and draw their attention to the injustices” – Strike! heads to the Library Theatre
Otis Mensah Celebrates ‘Rap Poetics’ EP Launch at Yellow Arch
Burton Street celebrate their 10th annual Christmas Market
Music Top Picks
Six things to do at Illuminate the Gardens 2019
Harold and Arthur’s Horror Show
“It’s been an interesting and complex experience” – Daniel Portman on The Last King of Scotland
35 years on from the Miner’s Strike, the struggle for Orgreave justice continues
Life in Portrait: Interview with Sheffield photographer Chris Saunders
Artist Spotlight: Peter Blake
Dronfest returns for its 20th year of music, community and charity
Vintage fayre turns back time at Kelham Island
There’s something brewing at the Sheffield Tap
Picture House Social to host Sheffield whisky show
Foodhall: Breakfast & The Breakfast Club
Gig Preview – Maisha
The Lescar announces Spring Jazz line-up
April Gigs – Top Picks
American Idiot Review
Northern Ballet’s Victoria Review
Award-winning American Idiot musical comes to Sheffield
Gig Preview – Gentleman’s Dub Club
Festival of Debate announces 2019 programme
Club Tropicana The Musical Comes to Sheffield Theatres
Great Sheffield River Clean Up taking place on Kelham Island
Apartment conversion for popular Loch Fyne restaurant
Kommune release second round of food traders
Review: Kiss Me, Kate
“You can always relate, there’s always a love story isn’t there?”: Exposed chats to the cast of Kiss Me, Kate
Meet the Cast: Manor Operatic Society
Sheffield Central Library commemorates Sheffield’s war history with new exhibition
Ecclesall Ale Club to throw charity birthday bash
Mr P Dreadful’s haunted Sheffield hotspots
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
The Boardwalk is finally set to re-open
Site Gallery opens this weekend
Darkfield’s Séance is coming to Sheffield this October
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
The Village Screen is bringing The Shining to Sheffield
Spotlight on: Sensoria 2018
Sheffield’s own ‘Times Square’ has opened
Kelham Island to be transformed into Arctic Monkeys fan village
Amazon Treasure Truck pops up on Devonshire Green
A new Pan-Asian bar and restaurant is coming to Ecclesall Road
Sheffield to host Doctor Who premiere
Kenwood Hall to host Halloween screening of The Witches
Full Music Lineup for Taste of Independent Sheffield Announced
Festival of the Mind to host new Pete McKee exhibition
Steve Water’s latest play brings corruption and complicity to the Crucible This fall, the world premiere of electrifying thriller The..
Yorkshire Artspace is proud to announce the next exhibition in their ‘Ways of Making’ series: ‘The Unknown’ by Spanish-born painter..
Prosaic, a curatorial team based in Sheffield, will be staging a large-scale group exhibition of paintings in October entitled Prosaic..
35 years on from the Miner’s Strike, the struggle for Orgreave justice continues. In March of 1984, the National Coal..
Second wave (two-tone) ska revival band Bad Manners are set to perform at the Foundry on Saturday 12th October. Formed..
Game of Thrones for Ten-Year Olds The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance has been released. The new Netflix show, which..
For this year’s Sensoria Festival, you’ll be able to attend a free exhibition showcasing the work of renowned Sheffield photographer..
Known as the ‘Godfather of Pop Art’, Peter Blake has returned to Sheffield with BLAKE – his first exhibition in..
Who says Nottingham should claim all the glory? Before Robin Hood took up residence in Sherwood Forest, he was known..
I’ll bet you never thought that you could combine a love of filmmaking and rock-climbing all at once, well, you..
A tour of the new smash hit play Tannie & Tannie has been announced and will travel throughout Yorkshire and..
“This is a really exciting development in the Leadmill Cinematic brand. The Leadmill has been running film screenings for several..
A stand out event in the Dronfield social calendar for the past two decades, Dronfest will make its return to..
The Common Room is set to host its first True North Curator’s Club – on August 1st guests will be..