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Our Sheffield culture calendar. Make some plans with our picks of events, our art and theatre reviews, and programme highlights from the city's main festivals and venues.
Wed. 23 May 2018
Hear from the London-based artist about her work with textiles and printed matter.
A season of rarely-seen silent cinema with live music accompaniment.
Fri. 25 May 2018
Delicious Clam, 12 Exchange Street, S2 5TS
A multidisciplinary evening of art, performance, video and sound exploring gender and industry.
Fri. 25 May 2018
A reggae takeover with Trojan Sound System.
Fri. 25 May 2018 — Sat. 26 May 2018
An unsettling road trip through debt, eviction, childhood, and things under the floorboards.
Sun. 27 May 2018
An extremely rare chance to see one of Warhol's most influential cinematic works – never before screened in the UK.
Sat. 26 May 2018 — Mon. 28 May 2018
Three (hopefully) sunny days of food, food and more food.
Thu. 31 May 2018
A live debate show dissecting the news, with hip hop artist Lowkey and journalists Lisa MacKenzie and Angela Haggerty.
Thu. 31 May 2018
Mistress and Misfit is Khorsandi's new show inspired by England’s unsung heroine, Emma Hamilton.
Fri. 1 June 2018
Like I Mean It is the latest stand-up show from the host of the Comedian’s Comedian podcast.
92 Burton Road
Food, music, art. In a former warehouse. At night.
Wed. 30 May 2018 — Sat. 2 June 2018
The stage production of Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s hit BBC series.
Tue. 29 May 2018 — Sat. 2 June 2018
James Graham's fictionalised account of late-1970s chaos and turbulence in British politics.
Sat. 28 April 2018 — Sat. 2 June 2018
An exploration of the fragility and power of our bodies, by three artists.
Mon. 4 June 2018 — Tue. 5 June 2018
One of the most well-known, passionate and articulate feminist voices in UK comedy.
Wed. 6 June 2018
Poet, playwright and performance artist Chanje Kunda explores the laws of attraction using spoken word, live art and dance.
Sat. 9 June 2018
Music, community arts and positive vibes in the sunshine.
Sat. 9 June 2018
The superstar stand-up poet is back with a show about dating.
Sat. 17 February 2018 — Sun. 10 June 2018
Art disrupts systems of power in an exhibition for these turbulent times – with work by Jeremy Deller, Mona Hatoum, Keith Piper and more. Our review...
Thu. 7 June 2018 — Tue. 12 June 2018
Each June, the world of documentary descends on Sheffield to showcase some of the most fascinating factual films going.
Thu. 14 June 2018
Hear from the London-based artist about her work examining the hierarchy of histories and labour through sculpture, video, conversation and cooking.
Sat. 16 June 2018
Record Junkee, 7 Earl Street, S1 3FP
Back after 25 years.
Tue. 19 June 2018
FlyDSA Arena Sheffield, Broughton Lane, S9 2DF
One of the world's biggest stars.
Wed. 20 June 2018
Sheffield Hallam Pennine Lecture Theatre, S1 2LW
The Guardian columnists on their new book, a critique of the current government.
Fri. 8 June 2018 — Sat. 23 June 2018
The stage version of Ken Kesey's classic American story about the individual up against the institution.
Tue. 19 June 2018 — Sat. 23 June 2018
Celebrating culture, creativity and companionship in our city of sanctuary.
Thu. 17 May 2018 — Sun. 24 June 2018
A look at the Moor Market and its community of stallholders and visitors by painter Andrew Hunt and photographer Chris Saunders. Our review...
Wed. 18 April 2018 — Fri. 29 June 2018
Get informed, inspired and filled with ideas for positive change.
Fri. 29 June 2018
Join Festival of Debate for its closing party, in the company of writer and activist Helen Pankhurst, poet Hollie McNish, Girl Gang DJs, and more.
Tue. 6 February 2018 — Sun. 1 July 2018
A celebration of an outspoken city. Our review...
Sat. 9 June 2018 — Sat. 7 July 2018
An exhibition of work by Clare Bassett.
Sat. 7 July 2018
Cafe Totem, 23 Furnival Gate, S1 4QR
Tue. 3 July 2018 — Sun. 8 July 2018
Chance to play with the latest VR games and digital toys.
Fri. 29 June 2018 — Sat. 14 July 2018
Encounters with over 100 characters, written by Caryl Churchill, reflecting our capacity for love and our appetite for knowledge.
Sat. 14 July 2018 — Sun. 15 July 2018
Two days harking back to the culture of "make do and mend".
Fri. 11 May 2018 — Thu. 19 July 2018
A celebration of the Swedish cinematic genius, with highlights from his 60-year career.
Thu. 19 July 2018
The Greystones, Greystones Road, S11 7BS
Wed. 18 July 2018 — Sat. 21 July 2018
A brand new show celebrating people born, raised and recently settled in Sheffield.
Fri. 20 July 2018 — Sun. 22 July 2018
A three-day summertime celebration of music in Sheffield.
Sat. 21 July 2018 — Sun. 22 July 2018
An oasis of calm between the trees.
Tue. 3 April 2018 — Sat. 28 July 2018
A collection of art never meant for gallery walls, but created to be received by post. Featuring work by Man Ray, Yoko Ono, Marcel Duchamp, Roy Lichtenstein and Méret Oppenheim. Our review...
Sat. 28 July 2018
A celebration of equality, diversity and solidarity.
Sat. 14 July 2018 — Sat. 25 August 2018
A group show at Hillsborough's Cupola gallery.
Eight days to explore heritage treasures across the city. Go, go, go!
Sat. 30 June 2018 — Sun. 23 September 2018
Experimental photos from the Victorian era by Lewis Carroll, Julia Margaret Cameron, Oscar Rejlander and Clementina Hawarden, on tour from the National Portrait Gallery.
Thu. 27 September 2018 — Sat. 6 October 2018
Sheffield's distinctly innovative, always interesting festival of sound and vision.
Sat. 1 September 2018 — Sat. 6 October 2018
An exhibition of work by Bren Head.
Sat. 6 October 2018 — Sat. 27 October 2018
Sheffield's annual festival of words.
Wed. 25 July 2018 — Sun. 4 November 2018
Roll up, roll up, for a celebration of the circus and the performers who brought it to life.
Sat. 10 November 2018
St Mary’s Church and Community Centre
Watch printmaking in action and pick up a print or two to take home.
Sat. 13 October 2018 — Sat. 17 November 2018
An exhibition of work by Alison Tyldesley, Paul Evans, John Bainbridge and Rebecca Buck.
Sat. 17 November 2018 — Sun. 18 November 2018
A weekend of nosying around some of the most fascinating artists' studios in town.