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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

What's On

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.

Liquid Crystal Display

Sat. 29 September 2018 — Sun. 27 January 2019

Site Gallery

Site Gallery reopens with a group exhibition exploring the idea that we live in the 'crystal era'. Read our review.

Resistance Training with Phoebe Davies and Alex Bowmer

Sat. 2 February 2019

Ponds Forge International Sports Centre, Sheaf Street, S1 2BP

Join an artist and an athletic performance coach in a session exploring resistance and competitiveness through collaborative movement, team/pack mentalities and collective strength.

Artist's Talk: Matthew Raw

Tue. 5 February 2019

The Holt

For its first Salon '19 event, Bloc invites Matthew Raw, an artist who pushes the possibilities and communicative power of clay, using tiles and letterforms to tell stories of people and places.

Performance: Confident Public Speaking by Lucy Vann

Sat. 9 February 2019

S1 Artspace

Artist Lucy Vann will guide you through a visualisation aimed to develop confident speaking.

Construction House: Leisure Time

Thu. 6 December 2018 — Sat. 9 February 2019

S1 Artspace

A programme of exhibitions and events reflecting on the lasting influence of the Bauhaus movement 100 years on from its inception. Read our review of the second exhibition.

Sense of Place

Sun. 27 January 2019 — Mon. 11 February 2019

Yellow Arch Studios

Introducing Yellow Arch's White Room Gallery. The gallery opens with a group exhibition curated by Bridget Murray, responding to the theme of place, spaces and the outdoor world.

One Hundred Views of the Arts Tower

Mon. 11 February 2019 — Sun. 31 March 2019

Western Bank Library

OPEN CALL. Submit your artwork to an exhibition celebrating a Sheffield modernist beacon.

Who We Are: Photographs by Martin Jenkinson

Sat. 24 November 2018 — Sun. 14 April 2019

Weston Park Museum

An exercise in understanding both history and humanity. Read our exhibition review.