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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.

Mountains – The Dreams of Lily Kwok

Mon. 21 May 2018 — Wed. 23 May 2018

Crucible Theatre

The story of three generations of Chinese women bound together by a love of food.

Anyone's Guess How We Got Here

Fri. 25 May 2018 — Sat. 26 May 2018

Theatre Deli

An unsettling road trip through debt, eviction, childhood, and things under the floorboards.

Fleabag

Wed. 30 May 2018 — Sat. 2 June 2018

Crucible Theatre

The stage production of Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s hit BBC series.

This House

Tue. 29 May 2018 — Sat. 2 June 2018

Lyceum Theatre

James Graham's fictionalised account of late-1970s chaos and turbulence in British politics.

Superposition

Wed. 6 June 2018

Crucible Theatre

Poet, playwright and performance artist Chanje Kunda explores the laws of attraction using spoken word, live art and dance.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Fri. 8 June 2018 — Sat. 23 June 2018

Crucible Theatre

The stage version of Ken Kesey's classic American story about the individual up against the institution.

Migration Matters

Tue. 19 June 2018 — Sat. 23 June 2018

Celebrating culture, creativity and companionship in our city of sanctuary.

Love and Information

Fri. 29 June 2018 — Sat. 14 July 2018

Crucible Theatre

Encounters with over 100 characters, written by Caryl Churchill, reflecting our capacity for love and our appetite for knowledge.

Songs from the Seven Hills

Wed. 18 July 2018 — Sat. 21 July 2018

Crucible Theatre

A brand new show celebrating people born, raised and recently settled in Sheffield.