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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.

Charlie Ward

Multiple dates

Theatre Deli

An intimate sound installation that immerses audiences in a wartime hospital, where an unlikely therapy comes in the form of Charlie Chaplin films.

Where Rock and Hard Place Meet

Wed. 19 September 2018 — Sat. 22 September 2018

Bloc Projects

An installation by Victoria Lucas, investigating culturally engrained representations of femininity.

National Food Service Symposium

Multiple dates

Foodhall

A series of free talks and meals exploring the idea of creating a National Food Service.

Beware the Cat

Sat. 22 September 2018

The Spiegeltent, Barker's Pool, S1 2HF

An entertaining and visual reading of William Baldwin’s 16th-century satire about a theologian who discovers how cats talk amongst themselves.

Avengers: Infinity War

Multiple dates

Film Unit

In order to stop the destructive Thanos, the Avengers must put their differences aside and join forces to save the universe.

Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography

Sat. 30 June 2018 — Sun. 23 September 2018

Millennium Gallery

An exhibition of pieces from the National Portrait Gallery, telling the story of photography’s entrance into the art world. Read our review.

A Taste of Independent Sheffield

Fri. 21 September 2018 — Sun. 23 September 2018

Fargate and the Peace Gardens

A weekend showcase of the best local food, beer, art and music in the heart of the city.

Talk About Change

Sun. 23 September 2018

The Spiegeltent, Barker's Pool, S1 2HF

A spoken word performance shedding light on how words change over time and how the history and power of language shapes the way we live.

Film Unit: Monsters Inc.

Sun. 23 September 2018

Film Unit

An insight into the scaring industry.

My Neighbour Totoro

Sun. 23 September 2018

Film Unit

Two sisters, Satsuki and Mei, go on a fantastical adventure with the friendly forest spirit Totoro.

Amélie

Sun. 23 September 2018

Film Unit

The story of a lonely Parisian waitress on a quest to help those around her.

Little Miss Sunshine

Sun. 23 September 2018

Film Unit

The dysfunctional members of the Hoover family embark on a life-changing road trip to California.

Big No No Comedy

Tue. 25 September 2018

DINA

A open mic/scratch night in the city centre's newest mini theatre.

Mirrors and Ribbons

Tue. 25 September 2018

Sheffield Cathedral

A performance of aerial theatre, spoken word and projections, reflecting on female form in the circus.

Metropolis + live score

Tue. 25 September 2018

Spiegeltent, Barker's Pool, S1 2HB

As part of the Festival of the Mind, Film Unit will be taking over the glorious Spiegeltent a screening of the sci-fi classic complete with live score.

Bismillah

Multiple dates

Theatre Deli

A story of disenfranchisement, social alienation, prejudice, radicalisation and the rock band Queen.

Pan's Labyrinth

Wed. 26 September 2018

Film Unit

Guillermo del Toro's dark fantasy set in the terror of fascist Spain.

Photomarathon Sheffield exhibition

Multiple dates

The Holt

One day in the life of the city, from the perspective of the 346 entrants in this year's Photomarathon photography challenge.

Nish Kumar

Thu. 27 September 2018

The Leadmill

Another face from The Mash Report, Nish Kumar is a insightful satirist whose latest offering, It’s In Your Nature To Destroy Yourselves, ruminates on the current political climate.

Lunchtime Talk: The Kitchen Sink Painters

Thu. 27 September 2018

Graves Gallery

Hear about the small group of artists who depicted everyday scenes and painted the mundane details of life in the 1950s.

Colourama

Thu. 20 September 2018 — Thu. 27 September 2018

Millennium Gallery

A synaesthesia experience, made up of an immersive installation of sound, light and animation.

Studio 54

Thu. 27 September 2018

Abbeydale Picture House

A documentary on the rise and fall of what many consider the greatest nightclub of all time.

Perspectives on Basic Income

Thu. 20 September 2018 — Thu. 27 September 2018

The Art House

How would receiving a universal basic income (UBI) – a regular, no-strings-attached sum of money without means testing – change your life?

The Magic Gang

Fri. 28 September 2018

Plug, 14-16 Matilda Street, S1 4QD

Uplifting indie rock.

Opening Weekend

Multiple dates

Site Gallery

Welcome back, Site Gallery!

Warrior

Fri. 21 September 2018 — Fri. 28 September 2018

Sheffield Cathedral

An animated rap music video installation, inspired by the inner thoughts of women from black and ethnic minority backgrounds.

Sensory Wine Tasting

Fri. 28 September 2018

APG Works

Booze experts Starmore Boss lead a tasting session to demonstrate how the way a drink looks can affect our senses.

3 Ring Circus

Fri. 28 September 2018

Three shows from three artists on all the same night. Featuring Richard Hawley and more to be announced soon.

You Were Never Really Here

Fri. 28 September 2018

Film Unit

Joe is a war veteran, turned hired gun, who struggles with mental illness, yet continues with his job of tracking down missing teenage girls.

Open Mic Night

Sat. 29 September 2018

The Montgomery

A spotlight on Sheffield's emerging comedy and music talent.

Sounds of the Antarctic

Sat. 29 September 2018

The Octagon Centre, Clarkson Street, S10 2TQ

A breathtaking expedition through the world’s last true wilderness, accompanied by sounds from the Sheffield Rep Orchestra.

Jlin and jme.osc

Sat. 29 September 2018

Trafalgar Warehouse, 120 Trafalgar Street, S1 4JT

One of the most exciting producers of today's generation of electronic musicians. With support from Sensoria’s Beats Working award winner.

Childhoods at a Cross Roads in Ghana

Sat. 29 September 2018

The Spiegeltent, Barker's Pool, S1 2HF

Poetry and music exploring the impact of British colonial rule and missionary activities on childhoods in Ghana. With Kewku Sackey (KOG and the Zongo Brigade) and Dr Afua Twum-Danso Imoh.

Software Garden

Sat. 29 September 2018

The Spiegeltent, Barker's Pool, S1 2HF

Artist Rory Pilgrim and poet Carol Kallend look at the connection between technology, disability and care, through a performance of experimental music and dance.

The Sound of Science

Fri. 28 September 2018 — Sat. 29 September 2018

Firth Hall, Firth Court, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, S10 2TN

A family-friendly concert combining music, animations and live demonstrations of science.

Out of the Archive

Sat. 29 September 2018

The Spiegeltent, Barker's Pool, S1 2HF

A performance of a new composition in response to John Addington Symonds (1840-93) and his lyric mediation on homoerotic colour and clothing. By Out Aloud, Sheffield’s LGBT Community Choir.

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Multiple dates

Film Unit

Jump into a time machine and explore the youth of the famous Han Solo.

Threads

Sun. 30 September 2018

Millennium Gallery

An unforgettable film depicting the horror of a nuclear attack in South Yorkshire and the impact on rest of the country.

Festival of the Mind

Thu. 20 September 2018 — Sun. 30 September 2018

Feed your mind with a series of fascinating and inspiring talks, exhibitions and events.

The Age of Love

Thu. 20 September 2018 — Sun. 30 September 2018

The Art House

Love and intimacy between older people, depicted by the artist Pete McKee.

Untameable

Thu. 20 September 2018 — Sun. 30 September 2018

35 Chapel Walk Art Space, 35 Chapel Walk, Norfolk Street, S1 2PD

Art installations and a talk celebrating the 50th anniversary of Barry Hines' A Kestrel for a Knave.

The Labyrinths of Sheffield

Thu. 20 September 2018 — Sun. 30 September 2018

Go on a meditative journey by wandering through three labyrinths across the city.

Isle of Dogs

Multiple dates

Film Unit

A stop-motion animated film is set on an island made out of trash and populated by unwanted dogs.

World Vegetarian Day: Dominion

Mon. 1 October 2018

Film Unit

Join Film Unit, Wellbeing Café, and Vegetarian & Vegan Soc for a special supper club and screening.

Jamali Maddix

Tue. 2 October 2018

The Leadmill

The host of Viceland's Hate Thy Neighbour brings his new show Vape Lord to town – a confrontational and hilarious exposé on hate and moral confrontation.

Desolation Center

Tue. 2 October 2018

Picture House Social

A documentary about Reagan-era guerrilla punk concerts in the Californian desert, featuring the likes of Sonic Youth, Minutemen, Meat Puppets, Swans and Einstürzende Neubauten.

Communicate

Wed. 3 October 2018

Theatre Deli

One couple’s journey through bereavement, love, superheroes and enforced pen maintenance.

The Adventures of Prince Achmed with live score

Wed. 3 October 2018

Drama Studio, Sheffield University, Shearwood Road, S10 2TD

The world's oldest surviving animated feature film,
telling a story involving a prince, a princess, a witch, Aladdin, and a bunch of demons. With a live score played on a spectacular array of instruments from around the world.

Children of Men

Wed. 3 October 2018

Film Unit

In 2026, no children have been born for 18 years. Society has collapsed, but a miraculously pregnant woman offers a chance for salvation.

Beak> + Ex-Easter Island Head

Thu. 4 October 2018

Foundry, Sheffield University Students' Union, Western Bank, S10 2TG

Moody soundscapes, mortorik rhythms and percussive drones.

Sweet Country

Fri. 5 October 2018

Film Unit

Set in the harsh outback of northern Australia in 1929, an Aboriginal farmhand, Sam, is sent to work for Harry, a war veteran turned farmer.

Peddler

Multiple dates

92 Burton Road

Food, music, art. In a former warehouse. At night.

Sensoria

Thu. 27 September 2018 — Sat. 6 October 2018

Sheffield's distinctly innovative, always interesting festival of sound and vision.

Powerful Silence

Sat. 1 September 2018 — Sat. 6 October 2018

Cupola Gallery

An exhibition of work by Bren Head.

The Enormous Turnip

Multiple dates

The Montgomery

A re-potted version of the world-famous children’s story, featuring live music, eccentric puppetry and lots of energy.

No Show

Multiple dates

Theatre Deli

Ellie Dubois's all-female circus troupe reveal the grit and graft behind the big top’s glitz and death-defying stunts.

My Letter to the World

Sat. 6 October 2018

The Light Cinema, The Moor, S1 4PF

A documentary about Emily Dickinson, delving deep into her poetry and her hometown of Amherst, MA. Followed by Q&A.

Synthfest

Sat. 6 October 2018

The Octagon, Clarkson Street, S10 2TQ

One for synth obsessives. A showcase of synthesisers plus a modular meet-up, talks from the likes of Heaven 17's Martyn Ware, and a session on how Delia Derbyshire created the Doctor Who theme.

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World

Sat. 6 October 2018

Picture House Social

A documentary telling the previously little told story of Native Americans' huge influence on popular music.

Will Gregory Moog Ensemble

Sat. 6 October 2018

Trafalgar Warehouse, 120 Trafalgar Street, S1 4JT

New music played on vintage synthesisers. Led by Goldfrapp keyboard player Will Gregory and featuring renowned composers, members of Portishead, and more.

Deadpool 2

Multiple dates

Film Unit

Off the back of his successful mission to reunite with his girlfriend Vanessa, Deadpool is faced with new challenges.

Art Against War: Peter Kennard and the CND Movement

Sat. 9 June 2018 — Sun. 7 October 2018

Millennium Gallery

Era-defining posters and photomontages, marking the 60th anniversary of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.

Coco

Multiple dates

Film Unit

12-year-old Miguel's desperation to be a musician sees him take a journey to the Land of the Dead.

Beam

Mon. 8 October 2018

Theatre Deli

This is Granny's story – 10 pairs of knickers, a leap of faith, a waft of lavender, a blue suit, and true love.

Yorkshire: A Lyrical History of England’s Greatest County

Mon. 8 October 2018

Millennium Gallery

Richard Morris digs into history to examine how England’s largest county took shape both geographically and sociologically, and the inspiration it's had on artists and writers.

Tensile Strength

Tue. 9 October 2018

Theatre Deli

This is a show about the world we live in now: essential viewing in a society that just can't seem to relax anymore.

Rise

Tue. 9 October 2018

Pennine Theatre, Owen Building, Sheffield Hallam University, Howard Street, S1 1WB

In 2016 Gina Miller successfully challenged the government’s right to implement Brexit without approval from parliament. Here she discusses fighting injustice and speaking out for what you believe in.

Work in Progress

Wed. 10 October 2018

Theatre Deli

A warm-hearted solo show sharing stories of hope.

Frankenstein: The First 200 Years

Wed. 10 October 2018

Pennine Theatre, Owen Building, Sheffield Hallam University, Howard Street, S1 1WB

Christopher Frayling explores the enduring appeal of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and its ability to remain a cultural touchstone over its two centuries.

The Watermelon Woman

Wed. 10 October 2018

Film Unit

Cheryl is black, lesbian filmmaker living in Philadelphia, who, along with her friend Tamara, wants to make a film exploring black actresses in 1930s cinema.

Post-Truth

Thu. 11 October 2018

The Octagon Centre, Clarkson Street, S10 2TQ

TV presenter Evan Davis charts a route through the mass of information we are bombarded with daily, to try and work out why the manipulation of facts is so rife.

Death in Ten Minutes – Kitty Marion: Activist, Arsonist, Suffragette

Fri. 12 October 2018

Theatre Deli

Historian Fern Riddell delves into the diaries of actress and suffragette bomber Kitty Marion, to tell a story that isn't often included in the relatively sanitised history of the movement.

Game Night

Fri. 12 October 2018

Film Unit

A game night becomes a real-life murder mystery.

Katie & Pip

Sat. 13 October 2018

Theatre Deli

A playful investigation of compassion, companionship and overcoming life's obstacles.

Incredibles 2

Multiple dates

Film Unit

The Parrs, everyone’s favourite family of superheroes, are back.

Ghosts and Whispers

Sat. 13 October 2018

Sheffield General Cemetery

An unbroken sequence of music including work by Mozart, Stravinsky and Woolrich, accompanied by a new film by Brothers Quay.

Strong Language

Fri. 12 October 2018 — Sun. 14 October 2018

Site Gallery

Three days of readings, performances, projections, installations and discussions surrounding radical print.

Thoroughbreds

Multiple dates

Film Unit

After reconnecting with her emotionless friend Amanda, high-school student Lily is persuaded to kill her awful step-father.

Not Your Kind of Trauma

Mon. 15 October 2018

Theatre Deli

A gentle yet powerful piece of theatre about living with PTSD.

And Still I Rise

Tue. 16 October 2018

Theatre Deli

A night of feminist poetry inspired by Maya Angelou, in celebration of Black History Month.

Redcon-1 + Q&A

Tue. 16 October 2018

Film Unit

A special screening of Redcon-1, followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and cast.

Audacious Mr Astley

Wed. 17 October 2018

Drama Studio, Shearwood Road, S10 2TD

Chris Barltrop presents a one-man play based on the life of Philip Astley, the father of modern circus.

Badlands

Wed. 17 October 2018

Film Unit

James Dean wannabe Kit (Martin Sheen) and bored school girl Holly (Sissy Spacek) decide to run away together and live in a tree house.

On Demand

Thu. 18 October 2018

The Montgomery

A dance/physical theatre production exploring the depths and effects of human trafficking and modern day slavery.

Have A Nice Day

Fri. 19 October 2018

Film Unit

Living in a small city in southern China, gang driver Xiao Zhang wants to help his girlfriend with her failed plastic surgery by taking her to South Korea.

Corbyn: The Resurrection

Sat. 20 October 2018

Pennine Theatre, Owen Building, Sheffield Hallam University, Howard Street, S1 1WB

Political cartoonist Steve Bell reflects on the rapid rise of the Labour leader and the political upheaval that followed his election.

BlacKkKlansman

Multiple dates

Film Unit

As an attempt to try and expose the Ku Klux Klan, African-American police officer Ron Stallworth decides to infiltrate the organisation.

The Life and Times of a Very British Man

Sun. 21 October 2018

Firth Hall, Firth Court, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, S10 2TN

A funny and profound exploration of British diversity as the very foundation of the nation as we know it.

Love, Simon

Multiple dates

Film Unit

A coming-of-age rom-com following a budding email romance between closeted boys Simon and 'Blue'.

The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Mon. 22 October 2018

The Leadmill

As notorious as they are prolific.

Lowlight: Rachel Adams

Sat. 6 October 2018 — Mon. 22 October 2018

Bloc Projects

An installation exploring the collapse of boundaries between the natural and the manmade world.

Tokyo Story

Wed. 24 October 2018

Film Unit

Shūkichi and Tomi are an elderly couple who journey to Tokyo to visit their now-adult children.

Sheffield Modern: In C

Fri. 26 October 2018

Arts Tower, Western Bank, S10 2TN

Terry Riley's minimalist masterpiece performed from within the Arts Tower's paternoster lift. Revolutionary music in a revolving setting.

Sheffield FridayNightRide: Cycling through Sheffield Modern

Fri. 26 October 2018

South Street Kitchen

A social cycling happening, taking riders from Park Hill to the Arts Tower via iconic sites as well as unsung sights.

Hereditary

Fri. 26 October 2018

Film Unit

Annie Graham (Toni Collette) is a deeply troubled woman coming to terms with her mother's death.

Off the Shelf

Sat. 6 October 2018 — Sat. 27 October 2018

Sheffield's annual festival of words.

Backstage at the Crucible

Multiple dates

Crucible Theatre

Peek behind the scenes at the inner workings of the iconic 1970s theatre.

Fantastical Cities

Sat. 27 October 2018

The Holt

Construct a fantasy cityscape from cardboard and Lego at this drop-in workshop, designed to inspire the architects of the future.

Modernists in Conversation

Sat. 27 October 2018

Victoria Hall, Norfolk Street, S1 2JB

A day of talks and discussions on Sheffield's rich Modernist built environment, drawing together academics, authors and practitioners.

Sheffield Drift through Sheffield Modern

Sat. 27 October 2018

Victoria Hall, Norfolk Street, S1 2JB

Bringing together strollers, saunterers, wanderers and meanderers to explore the urban landscape on foot.

Rocky Horror Picture Show

Sat. 27 October 2018

Film Unit

A hard of hearing friendly screening of the horror classic.

Immersive Screening: Rocky Horror Picture Show

Sat. 27 October 2018

Film Unit

An immersive screening of a horror classic, in collaboration with Sheffield Horror Society.

Eddi Reader

Sat. 27 October 2018

Firth Hall, Firth Court, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, S10 2TN

From the traditional to the contemporary, Eddi brings joyous life to all forms of song.

Sheffield Modern

Fri. 26 October 2018 — Sun. 28 October 2018

A celebration of Sheffield's heritage of post-war architecture. With talks, walks, film screenings, exhibitions, workshops, and more.

Brasília: Life After Design

Sun. 28 October 2018

Picture House Social

A documentary about the capital of Brazil, a concrete utopia born out of the desert. Screening alongside a pair of shorts featuring Sheffield modernism on film.

Dark River

Multiple dates

Film Unit

Alice works as a sheep-shearer, travelling around different farms in North Yorkshire.

Lands

Tue. 30 October 2018

Theatre Deli

A playful, intimate dissection of a relationship teetering on the edge of collapse.

Suspiria

Wed. 31 October 2018

Film Unit

A 1970s horror classic set in a prestigious German ballet academy where something evil lurks.

Verse Matters

Multiple dates

Theatre Deli

A showcase of poetry, spoken word, storytelling, puppetry, music and comedy, hosted by Sheffield's feminist arts collective Verse Matters.

Me and My Bee

Fri. 2 November 2018

The Montgomery

An intimate family show tackling big issues with live music and comedy.

Monty's Busy Bee Workshop

Fri. 2 November 2018

The Montgomery

Crafts for kids, inspired by bees.

Western

Fri. 2 November 2018

Film Unit

In a remote area of Bulgaria, a group of German labourers compete to win favours with hostile locals.

Bad Samaritan

Multiple dates

Film Unit

A David Tennant-starring thriller delving into the moral dilemma faced by a pair of burglars who discover a captive woman.

Circus! Show of Shows

Wed. 25 July 2018 — Sun. 4 November 2018

Weston Park Museum

Roll up, roll up, for a celebration of 250 years of the circus. Read our Hannah's exhibition review.

First Reformed

Multiple dates

Film Unit

Reverend Ernst Toller (Ethan Hawke) deals with a series of issues, ranging from a tormented past to fears of climate change and extremism.

Rafiki Jazz – Up Close!

Mon. 5 November 2018

Crucible Theatre

An evening with Sheffield's all-star global music collective, accompanied by hypnotic digital animations.

Samsara

Wed. 7 November 2018

Film Unit

A crew of filmmakers travel around the world exploring the intricacies of human worship.

Gleaning Truths: The films of Agnes Varda

Sun. 9 September 2018 — Thu. 8 November 2018

Showroom

A season dedicated to artist, feminist and filmmaker extraordinaire. The Grandmother of the French New Wave.

Talents and Tools

Thu. 11 October 2018 — Thu. 8 November 2018

99 Mary Street

A solo show by artist John A. Pedder.

The Third Murder

Fri. 9 November 2018

Film Unit

Misumi is on trial for the murder of a factory owner.

Sheffield Print Fair

Sat. 10 November 2018

St Mary’s Church and Community Centre

Watch printmaking in action and pick up a print or two to take home.

Custody

Multiple dates

Film Unit

Two parents bitterly contest custody for their troubled son, the mother claiming the father is violent and abusive and the father insisting the mother has turned his children against him.

Funny Cow

Multiple dates

Film Unit

A female comedian tries to make a name for herself in working men’s clubs in the 1970s.

Tyrannosaur

Wed. 14 November 2018

Film Unit

Full of a rage that plagues his life, Joseph is close to self-destruction.

On Chesil Beach

Fri. 16 November 2018

Film Unit

Young, newly-wed couple Florence and Edward attempt to consummate their marriage in the summer of 1962.

Veg Out

Multiple dates

92 Burton Road, S3 8DA

Peddler street food market goes veggie/vegan.

Peaks

Sat. 13 October 2018 — Sat. 17 November 2018

Cupola Gallery

An exhibition of work by Alison Tyldesley, Paul Evans, John Bainbridge and Rebecca Buck.

The Hunter

Multiple dates

Film Unit

Willem Dafoe tramples through Tasmania in search of the thought-to-be-extinct Tasmanian tiger.

Yorkshire Artspace Open Studios

Sat. 17 November 2018 — Sun. 18 November 2018

Yorkshire Artspace

A weekend of nosying around some of the most fascinating artists' studios in town.

Tully

Multiple dates

Film Unit

The story of a mother and her night nanny, starring Charlize Theron.

Paris, Texas

Wed. 21 November 2018

Film Unit

After going missing for four years, and suffering from amnesia, Travis Henderson reappears out of the desert.

JigDoll Ensemble

Thu. 22 November 2018

Firth Hall, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, S10 2TN

Cutting-edge looping technology mixed with vocal, accordion and composition skill.

Faces, Places

Fri. 23 November 2018

Film Unit

Filmmaker Agnès Varda and artist JR travel across rural France, creating giant portraits of the people they meet.

Heads Roll

Sat. 11 August 2018 — Sat. 24 November 2018

Graves Gallery

An exhibition spanning 400 years of portraiture, curated by Paul Morrison. Read our review.

Mary and the Witch's Flower

Multiple dates

Film Unit

A Japanese children's animation about a little girl who takes a magical broomstick ride to a school for witches.

Zama

Multiple dates

Film Unit

In one of the remote outposts of the Spanish Empire in the 18th century, the local magistrate Zama waits desperately for news of the long-awaited promotion that will reunite him with his family in Buenos Aires.

Stalker

Wed. 28 November 2018

Film Unit

Andrei Tarkovsky's 1970s science fiction classic.

Venom

Fri. 30 November 2018

Film Unit

Journalist Eddie Brock comes into contact with an alien symbiote, turning him into Venom.

World AIDS Day: 120 BPM

Multiple dates

Film Unit

A drama set amidst the campaign for action to tackle the AIDS crisis in 1990s Paris.

Victorian Christmas Market

Sat. 1 December 2018 — Sun. 2 December 2018

Kelham Island Museum

Two days of old time Christmas shopping. Dickensian dress optional.

The Breadwinner

Multiple dates

Film Unit

Living in Taliban-occupied Afghanistan, Parvana is an eleven-year-old girl on a mission to reunite her family.

Destroy All Monsters

Wed. 5 December 2018

Film Unit

A 1960s continuation of the Toho Godzilla franchise.

Journeyman

Fri. 7 December 2018

Film Unit

Approaching the end of his career, boxer Matty Burton suffers a horrific brain injury following an incredibly taxing previous fight.

American Animals

Multiple dates

Film Unit

Sick of their mundane lives at Transylvania University in Kentucky, four friends embark on the daring mission to steal the most valuable book at the university library.

Christopher Robin

Multiple dates

Film Unit

Now an adult, Christopher Robin is focused on his new life, losing his childhood imagination.

Circus Performers

Thu. 14 June 2018 — Fri. 14 December 2018

Western Bank Library

A showcase of treasures looking at the extraordinary feats of ordinary people, celebrating 250 years of the circus.

The Nutcracker

Multiple dates

The Montgomery

A classic Christmas story for all the family.

Liquid Crystal Display

Sat. 29 September 2018 — Sun. 27 January 2019

Site Gallery

With crystals prevalent in touch-screen technologies, medical equipment and more, a group of artists explore the idea that we live in the 'crystal era'.

Construction House

Sat. 6 October 2018 — Sat. 20 April 2019

S1 Artspace

A programme of exhibitions and events exploring collective artistic activity, reflecting on the lasting influence of the Bauhaus movement 100 years on from its inception.

Doc/Fest

Thu. 6 June 2019 — Tue. 11 June 2019

Showroom

Each June, the world of documentary descends on Sheffield to showcase some of the most fascinating factual films going.