Attractions in Sheffield

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Music Venues in Sheffield

Sheffield boasted a strong and varied musical heritage. We pick out some of the city’s music venues – from student clubs to community pubs, and even the odd classical venue – which continue to play their part in this success.

Word Life 9th birthday party feat Saleena Godden. Photo by Dan Sumption

Literary places in Sheffield

Literary places are scattered about Sheffield, which has plenty of live literature events to pop along to and perform at, and more independent poetry presses than you can shake a stick at.

Theatres in Sheffield

Theatres in Sheffield

Sheffield is home to the world-famous Crucible, the W R G Sprague built Lyceum and Sheffield’s home for the avant-garde, the Theatre Delicatessen.

The Alfred Denny Museum, courtesy of the University of Sheffield. Museums in Sheffield

Museums in Sheffield

Sheffield has more than its fair share of weird and wonderful museums housed within its seven hills. Check out our favourites.

Abbeydale Picture House, Photographer: Scott Hukins ©

Cinemas in Sheffield

Cinemas in Sheffield cater for all tastes, with arthouse venues sitting happily alongside big multiplex screens – including one of only two IMAX with laser projection screens in the country.

Art Galleries in Sheffield

A contender for the UK’s largest practicing community of artists and designers outside London – there’s a pretty impressive number of top art galleries in Sheffield.

Culture Guides

Cinema

Manchester gets its own documentary cinema, Pilot Light TV Festival returns to HOME and we highlight some festivals across the region.

Exhibitions in Manchester and the north

Exhibitions

Like the 58th Venice Biennale which opened earlier this May, our latest pick of exhibitions across the north also has a strong ecological bent.

Quays Culture Summer Festival

Families

Spectacular tightrope walks, Transylvanian twirling and Manchester Day’s 10th birthday bash. It’s all here.

Tracy K Smith

Literature

We’re mixing international and local on the poetry and prose scene right now – from Africa to Altrincham, and from America to your imagination, guest readers have all your literature needs covered.

These New Puritans

Music

Ranging from extra-terrestrial pop to death metal to the future of electronic music, this month’s music guide is a corker.

Theatre in Manchester and the North

Theatre

Check out our updated theatre guide for intimate one-to-one performance, prosecco-popping open-air shows and a time-travelling new musical.

Arras

Food and Drink in Manchester and the North

Discover the best food and drink that the North has to offer in our expert guide to food and drink in Manchester and beyond.

Tours and Activities

Try something different in May with our round up of the month’s alternative Tours and Activities in Manchester.

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