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10 Things To Do This November

So the clocks went back and now the nights are swiftly rolling in and the weather is getting progressively bleaker. Here is a selection of 10 things to do in Sheffield and across the region taken from Eventbrite, to maintain the positive vibes until the official Christmas count down.

Sheffield Soup #3 – The Printhouse, 25 November

soup1Back for the third time since its beginning in July, this evening of soup and social enterprise proves to be an engaging evening for all those attending. For the sum of £5 the audience is asked to listen to four business pitches of Sheffield residents, and is asked to vote for the idea they like the best. The winner gets all the money collected on the door to support their venture. For more information go here.

Zorbing – Norfolk Heritage Park, 7 November

ZorbingImagine rolling a hamster ball down a hill and you’re the hamster. If this sounds great and you’re the adventurous, grab-the-bull-by-the-horns type, zorbing is an experience you should not miss. Coming to Sheffield in November, tickets and more information are available here.

Gingerbread for Bonfire Night – York Cocoa House, 6 November

GingerbreadIf you’re a big fan of Bonfire Night, come and join others for a special tasting event with Claire, The Greedy Wordsmith at York Cocoa House. Discussing how gingerbread began and why it is associated with Bonfire Night, you’ll get to also taste a selection of herbs and spices whilst also exploring the history behind them. Head here for tickets and more info.

Maintenance Class 1: The Essentials – Bike Rehab, 10 November

bike rehabPerfect for cycle enthusiasts, this class at Bike Rehab gives attendees expert techniques and tips in in how to fix your beloved cycle. The areas covered range from safety checks, to disconnecting and attaching brakes. The class is set up for beginners, but more clued up enthusiasts are also welcome. For information and prices head over here.

Burton Street Foundation Christmas Craft Fair – Burton Street Foundation, 15 November

craft fair jewelryBurton Street Foundation annual Christmas Craft Fair is back in its 6th year. With a wide array of local vendors selling a range of goods and the promise of meeting Santa, this is an event sure to get you in the festive mood! Entry is only £1 and all money goes to the foundation itself. Tickets here.

Harland Supper Club – Harland Café, 20 November

Nicola FarnonOver at the Harland Café every month, a supper club meets to embrace three of the finest things in life; food, wine and live music. This November local musicians Nicola Farnon and Ryan Taylor are joining together to bring the audience an evening of Cole Porter duets. For tickets, head over here or you can buy them from the café itself.

WALLPAPER: Launch and Private View – Bank Street Arts, 12 November

Wallpaper Bank Street ArtsMarking the launch of the WALLPAPER exhibition, an immersive experience interweaving 19th and 20th century history with futuristic technology, Bank Street Arts is holding a late night opening and a celebratory reception. Although the event is free of charge, registration is needed due to capacity limits. Head here to book in.

The Breakfast Club – Leeds Town Hall, 7 November

As part of the Leeds Free Cinema Week, a screening of this cult classic on its 30th anniversary is happening at the town hall. With no charge, it’s well worth a view! More info here.

My Three Angels, a comedy by Sam and Bella Spewack – The Library Theatre, 11 November

Library SheffieldBrought to you by Sheffield’s own 53 Theatre Group, this play is set back in 1910 in Tropical South America. On Christmas Eve three convicts from the nearby penal colony are repairing the roof of a local village store when a group of unwelcome visitors from Europe start causing chaos for the family, but how will the convicts help? Tickets available here.

An Autumn Spectacular – St Luke’s Church, 28 November

fluteYorkshire Wind Orchestra and Sheffield Youth Big Band join forces to give people an exclusive chance to hear an extensive mix of classical and jazz music from two of the region’s leading ensembles. Head over to here for more details.

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