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Fill your diaries with Sheffield theatre trips. Our theatre picks feature highlights of the shows that are taking to the stage in Sheffield in the coming weeks and months.
Our theatre picks range from musicals at the Lyceum to contemporary drama at the Crucible and improv at Theatre Deli. Expect exciting new talent at the University of Sheffield Drama Studio and the Makerspace within historic Portland Works, plus comedy and am-dram at the likes of The Montgomery, the Library Theatre and the Lantern.
Browse our What's On calendar for more events.
A sensory immersive theatre adventure for all children, in a living, breathing blanket fort. Designed for ages 5–8, children with complex needs and disabilities, and with profound and multiple learning disabilities. At RivelinCo and The Source.
Sat. 13 April 2024
An underground evening of entertainment, including burlesque, comedy, drag, music, and a few surprises.
Sat. 13 April 2024
Crookes Social Club, Mulehouse Road, S10 1TD
Come sail away with Andro and Eve for a night of nautical nonsense at their drag king cabaret. Hosted by Beau Jangles and featuring some of the UK’s most exciting drag acts – CYRO, Oedipussi Rex, Homer Sexual, Pip Dream and more.
Fri. 19 April 2024
Three gripping, gruesome tales, each with a different house at its heart – though they're anything but homely. Combining storytelling, an original score and fully integrated BSL.
Wed. 1 May 2024
Suzy Homemaker was a line of toy household appliances launched in the 60s, teaching girls how to be the perfect housewife. In this performance, see women throughout history trapped in a role they did not ask for, and had no choice in.
Fri. 3 May 2024
All the greatest Greek myths in one hour. Told through a blend of sketch comedy, clowning, story and song.
Sat. 11 May 2024
Heartwarming and humorous, this charming duet performance connects audiences of all ages with the joy of growing plants, food, and relationships across all four seasons.
Sat. 18 May 2024
Follow Sir Scallywag on an adventure to defeat the filthy trolls and find the famous Golden Sausage. With narration, visuals from the book and lots of music, this is a brilliant first concert for 3-to-7-year-olds.
Fri. 14 June 2024 — Sat. 22 June 2024
A celebration of culture, compassion, and the positive impact migration and refugees have in Sheffield. Held around Refugee Week each June – details for the 2024 festival coming soon.