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

What's On

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.

Sheffield Life, Loss and Death Festival

Wed. 1 May 2024 — Fri. 31 May 2024

"Death is part of life. Let’s talk about it." A month-long series of free creative workshops, exhibitions, talks and more, exploring why conversations around life, loss and death matter. Organised by Compassionate Sheffield.

Capture Sheffield Weekend Photography Course

Multiple dates

Yorkshire Artspace: Exchange Place Studios

Immerse yourself in the magical world of photography with professional photographer and tutor Laura Page.

Kelham Makes: Polymer Clay Jewellery Workshop

Wed. 12 June 2024

Kelham Island Museum

Join artist Gill Cosford for a fun and creative workshop where you’ll learn how to make stunning jewellery pieces with silk screened polymer clay. 

(un)interrupted tongues

Sat. 15 June 2024

Weston Park Museum

A creative zine-making workshop for people of colour, exploring themes of the 1947 Partition of India. With writer and community facilitator Dal Kular, inspired by her own exploration as a 'grandchild of the partition'.

Africa Calling

Sat. 22 June 2024

Tudor Square/Winter Garden, Surrey Street, S1 1XZ

Khula African Arts bring drum rhythms and dance movements from West and Southern Africa to the city centre. With two 30-minute performances and a dance workshop.

Sheffield Transformed Festival

Fri. 19 July 2024 — Sun. 21 July 2024

SADACCA, 48 Wicker, S3 8JB

A celebration of left-wing politics and arts. With chance to hear new ideas, take part in discussion, enjoy art, be creative, and get together at a party.

Seeing Beauty: Mindful Photography in Natural Landscapes with Jess Petrie

Sat. 10 August 2024

Connect with nature through the lens of your camera in this enchanting day of mindful exploration and creative vision. Led by photographer Jess Petrie in the landscape of Sheffield Manor Lodge.