10 things to do in Sheffield this weekend

From live music to family events, food and drink festivals, comedy, art and nightlife; here’s our round up of 10 things to do in Sheffield this weekend.

beerSteel City Beer and Cider Festival

Kelham Island // Until October 22

The Sheffield Beer Festival is taking place this weekend at the heart of the city’s beer drinking community; Kelham Island. Expect with two international bottled bars, plus over 300 ales and ciders, including 23 local Sheffield breweries. Food stalls and live music will be on hand to entertain throughout.

Head here for more info.

halloween-things-to-do-in-sheffield-this-weekend-stock-imageThe Moors Little Monster Halloween Party

The Moor // October 23

With Halloween just around the corner, this Sunday The Moor is hosting a Little Monster Halloween Party, perfect for all the family. Free to attend, the party is packed full of Halloween themed entertainment from dances, music and funfair rides to their caged mummy, giant Frankenstein monster and lots more!

Head here for more info.

things-to-do-in-sheffield-this-weekend-childrenMusic in the Round: Celebrating 100 Years of Roald Dahl: Dirty Beasts & Cinderella

Sheffield Crucible // October 22nd

If ever there is a kids’ favourite storyteller and poet, it’s Roald Dahl. This year Sheffield are celebrating 100 years of the writer with a special concert performance of Dahl’s hilarious poems Dirty Beasts and Cinderella. Perfect for all the family, the show will involve live classical music, narration and lots of audience participation.

Head here for tickets.

out-of-this-worldOut of this World

Sheffield City Centre // October 22-23

Taking place at several locations across Sheffield City Centre on Saturday 22nd, the Out of this World Festival is free for everyone, and celebrates all things otherworldly. Expect out of the ordinary entertainment, perfect for those who are fans of all things spooky as well as sci-fi, comic books, gaming, magic and illusion.

Head here for more info.
food-festivalFlavours Food Festival

Elsecar Heritage Centre // October 23

This Sunday head to Elsecar Heritage Centre for the first ever Flavours Food Festival; a spectacular day of bustling market stalls all offering a wide variety of delicatessens and drinks. Special guest celebrity chef James Martin will also be doing a workshop showcasing all of his favourite recipes for you to recreate at home.

Head here for more info.


Queens Social Club // October 21

Four-piece indie pop band, Teleman, are heading the Queens Social Club this Friday as part of their UK tour following their recently released second album Brilliant Sanity.

Get tickets here.


Leo Stannard

The Rocking Chair // October 21

Leicester lad Leo Stannard is back in Sheffield this Friday at The Rocking Chair, touring his new EP ‘Free Rein’. Having played with the likes of Kidnap Kid and with over 400,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, Leo won’t be playing these smaller venues for much longer, making this a gig not to be missed.

Head here for tickets and more info.


Life Drawing

Millennium Gallery // October 21

Fancy yourself as a bit of an artist? Why not try your hand at Life Drawing this Friday and develop your drawing skills from nude models, both male and female. Support will be on hand throughout the day and basic material will be available to use, however, it is recommended to bring your own too.

Head here for more info.


NOX NOX WHO’S THERE – UK Mondo’s 1st Birthday

The Night Kitchen // October 22

Celebrating one year of streaming live, local UK Mondo Radio station have teamed up with NOX to bring you a banging line-up of bass and grime music, featuring Coco, Sir Spyro, Unit 3 Sessions and Conducta, to name a few.

Get tickets here.


The Last Laugh Comedy Club

Sheffield City Hall // October 21–22

Laugh, drink, eat and boogie at The Last Laugh Comedy Club this weekend held at Sheffield City Hall’s intimate Memorial Hall. Enjoy a proper night out full of laughter with some of the finest comedians on the circuit including Rich Wilson, Jamili Maddox, Rory O’Hanlon and Rudi Lickwood.

Get tickets here.

For more things to do in Sheffield this weekend, head here.

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