Amateur theatre group The Company presents The Hollow by Agatha Christie. Escaping to a country house for the weekend, Dr John Christow's tangled love life ends in murder. But who pulled the trigger?
Our Sheffield culture calendar. Filled with picks of the city’s arts, culture and heritage events, both in-person and virtual. Plus reviews and festival guides.
Fri. 29 October 2021
Namiuki Dance presents a spirited performance exploring: what does it mean to be a man? This Arts Council funded educational & participatory project explores neglect, disposable bodies, consent, and self-love through movement and character.
Fri. 29 October 2021
Sheffield welcomes Little Amal, a giant puppet of a 10-year-old refugee girl, on an international journey from the Syria-Turkey border to Manchester.
Sun. 31 October 2021
M. R. James (1862–1936) was a master of the ghost story. Now, the M.R. James Project is bringing his eerie stories back to life. In this instalment a travel-writer’s over-inquisitiveness leads to a breathless chase from darkest Sweden to rural Essex.
Sat. 30 October 2021 — Sun. 31 October 2021
An immersive horror show for Halloween. Through a secret entrance, delve into the mist and mazes of Theatre Deli for the fright of your life.
Tue. 2 November 2021
A powerful new musical about a love affair between a gamekeeper and the Lord of the Manor, against the backdrop of the Oscar Wilde trials. This is an exclusive concert preview of the show – with minimal set and costume design, and scripts in hand.
Wed. 3 November 2021
A high-energy show incorporating performance poetry, physical theatre and aerial silk, exploring loneliness, detachment and the tenderness of unexpected connections.
Thu. 4 November 2021
A collaboration between world-class hand-balancer Natalie Reckert and digital artist Mark Morreau. Natalie Inside Out uses technology and video projections to turn our conventional ideas of circus upside down and inside out.
Sat. 6 November 2021
A darkly comic tale of one man’s journey through the conspiracy underworld.
Exploring fake news, why conspiracy theories are more popular than ever, and how all this relates to current issues in the Labour Party.
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Mon. 15 November 2021
A one-person show about a woman battling with an answering machine, trying to meet the impossible expectations of an artificial voice. Mixing dance, theatre and lip-synching to address with irony the fears and frustrations of an interconnected world.
Thu. 18 November 2021
Combining music, animation, archive film and monologue, David Bramwell takes a magical candle-lit odyssey up the river Don in search of its dark secrets.
Fri. 19 November 2021
Join Stephen Brotherstone and Dave Lawrence – the writers behind the acclaimed Scarred For Life book – for a talk about the TV, films, music, comics, board games, books, adverts and, erm, crisps that blighted 1970s and 80s childhoods.
Mon. 25 October 2021 — Sat. 20 November 2021
Bold, brutal and beautiful, this landmark production of Oliver Twist has been specially filmed for you to enjoy online at home. The show features creatively integrated sign language, audio description and captioning.
Sun. 19 December 2021
Join Ebenezer Scrooge on his supernatural journey of redemption through the past, present and yet-to-come. Storytelling and a live violin score will bring to life the atmosphere of Victorian London, as the ghosts of Christmas return from the dead.