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

What's On

Our Sheffield culture calendar is now focused on promoting virtual events. Helping you continue to enjoy art and culture from Sheffield, at home.

Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme

Fri. 19 February 2021 — Wed. 10 March 2021

While it can't make its usual stop at the Showroom in 2021, this brilliant programme of films from Japan is going online – for free! Enjoy 18 films on the theme of This is My Place, focussing on carving out a sense of existence and belonging.

You Don't Own Me: Tales of Resistance

Sat. 6 March 2021 — Sat. 13 March 2021

An online programme of art, music and film created by women and marginalised genders. Presented by DINA, Reel Femme and Boxie.

Hope Season

Join Sheffield Libraries for their latest series of online talks, workshops, and podcasts – aimed at bringing people together and offering a little optimism and inspiration, or maybe just some distraction for an hour or two when you might need it.

Sex, Lies & Improvisation

Thu. 22 April 2021 — Sat. 24 April 2021

Portland Works

Inspired by an anonymous lie chosen by the audience, each show reveals why we lie to the people we love.

Crazy Gary's Mobile Disco

Thu. 6 May 2021 — Sat. 8 May 2021

Portland Works

On the twentieth anniversary of its first performance, the Makerspace at Portland Works present Gary Owen’s breakthrough play about masculinity in crisis.

Emotional Archive: Our Bodies Our Streets

An online exhibition of 'emotional portraits' that document experiences of street harassment in Sheffield. A collaboration between artist Philip Lee and campaign group Our Bodies Our Streets.

Finding Queer Histories in the Archives

Join Suzie Wright of Sheffield Archives and Jon Newman of Lambeth Archives as they explore some of their collection highlights that offer insights into local LGBTQ+ history, and discuss ways to better collect such materials for the future.