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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.

Tales Of Whatever

Multiple dates

Shakespeare's

Sheffield’s resident true storytelling night, in which well-known comedians are invited to the stage alongside other artists and performers to tell true stories of their lives which are funny and heartwarming in much the same way.

The Feel of the City

Thu. 21 February 2019

Bloc Projects

A practical workshop with Tokyo-based British artist Louise Rouse, whose frottage work involves taking rubbings from building façades and other exterior surfaces.

Discovery Days – Dinosaurs

Multiple dates

Weston Park Museum

Head down to the museum and create your own dinosaur this February Half Term.

School Holiday Crafts

Mon. 18 February 2019 — Thu. 21 February 2019

Manor Lodge

Head to the discovery centre at this 16th-century ruin during children's school holidays to take part in hands-on activities on various themes, and to play in the lavender labyrinth.

Dib Dab Dob Cabaret

Fri. 22 February 2019

St Catherine's Scout Hut, Holtwood Road, Pitsmoor, S4 7BA

An evening of mirth and merriment in a Scout hut.

Pink Lemonade

Fri. 22 February 2019

Theatre Deli

An exploration of masculinity and lesbianism in Black womxn, performed to a backdrop of verbatim, poetry and sound.

International Teachers of Pop

Fri. 22 February 2019

The Leadmill

Nerd disco, made in Sheffield.

LGBTQ+ History Month: Awakenings

Multiple dates

Showroom

Celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month with stories from across the globe exploring the joy, and the heartache, of first love.

Sheffield Canal's Big Birthday Bash

Fri. 22 February 2019

Sheffield & Tinsley Canal, Victoria Quays, S2 5SY

Join in the celebrations exactly 200 years on from the day that the first boats travelled along the canal, with storytelling, poetry, a silent disco, and, of course, lots of boats.

Leonardo Discovery Days - Eyes in the Right Place

Multiple dates

Weston Park Museum

Draw family portraits just like Leonardo da Vinci – or at least, with any luck, getting the eyes in the right place!

Handmade Cinema’s Dinosaur Workshop

Fri. 22 February 2019

Weston Park Museum

Pop along to make your own dino puppet, humongous dino footprints and lots more.

Rutherford and Son

Fri. 8 February 2019 — Sat. 23 February 2019

Crucible Theatre

Githa Sowerby’s early-twentieth-century classic is set in a claustrophobic household in the industrial north. It's an absorbing story of struggles for supremacy, legacy and deciding one’s own destiny.

The Rocky Horror Show

Mon. 18 February 2019 — Sat. 23 February 2019

Lyceum Theatre

Richard O’Brien’s legendary rock ‘n’ roll musical returns to Sheffield on its worldwide tour.

Sheffield Plant Swap

Sun. 24 February 2019

Hagglers Corner

Exchange house plants and plant knowledge over a cuppa and cake.

The Land Before Time/Jurassic Park

Sun. 24 February 2019

Weston Park Museum

Join Handmade Cinema for two classic films with dinosaur themed fun in the museum, and even join in creating the scenery at workshops ahead of the big day.

Of Love and Law

Mon. 25 February 2019

Showroom

A documentary following the work of the first law firm in Japan set up by an openly gay couple, revealing the hidden diversity of a country that prides itself on conformity. Followed by a Q&A with its director.

Stripey Honey... is very yummy!

Wed. 27 February 2019

Theatre Deli

A touching and funny play for young audiences, using music, puppetry, song and dance to tell a story of tigers, bees and honey collectors learning to live and play together.

Leonardo's Little Inventors

Multiple dates

Millennium Gallery

Let the gallery's Leonardo da Vinci exhibition inspire your little ones.

Roderick Williams and Andrew West

Thu. 28 February 2019

Upper Chapel, Norfolk Street, S1 2JD

Music in the Round's singer-in-residence Roderick Williams performs Schumann's popular cycle Frauenliebe und Leben, along with songs by Brahms, Clara Schumann, Howells, Beamish, and a new work by local composer Ryan Wigglesworth.

Baby Face

Thu. 28 February 2019

Theatre Deli

Following her hit success at the Edinburgh Fringe, performance artist Katy Dye brings to town her show about the infantilisation of women.

Gwilym Simcock

Thu. 28 February 2019

Firth Hall, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN

One of the most gifted pianists and imaginative composers on the European jazz scene, hosted by Sheffield Jazz.

1001 Moments With Troy Hawke

Thu. 28 February 2019

The Lescar

The creation of character comedian Milo McCabe, Troy Hawke is a home-schooled 1930s throwback, constantly puzzled by the world.

Dara O Briain

Thu. 28 February 2019

Sheffield City Hall

One of the most recognisable faces from British comedy TV comes to town with his new show Voice of Reason.

Concerteenies with Music in the Round

Multiple dates

Yellow Arch Studios

Last Night of the Proms star and Music in the Round's Singer-in-Residence Roderick Williams leads two relaxed concerts for young children and their grown-ups.

Women of Sheffield Showcase

Multiple dates

Theatre Deli

A showcase of three new pieces of theatre by local women discussing a range of different experiences – different ages, different histories, and different stories.

Progress-In-Work

Fri. 1 March 2019

Womp Space, Lion Works, Ball Street, Kelham Island, S3 8DB

Kelham Island's new space for emerging artists invites you to join them for an evening of poetry making and language jumbling, with artist Angeli Bhose.

Peddler

Multiple dates

92 Burton Road

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

Lost Voice Guy

Sat. 2 March 2019

The Leadmill

The Britain’s Got Talent winner embarks on a national tour with his new show, I’m Only In It For The Parking.

Saturday Night Fever

Tue. 26 February 2019 — Sat. 2 March 2019

Lyceum Theatre

40 years since its UK cinema release, Saturday Night Fever is spectacularly re-imagined in a music and dance extravaganza.

Rouse, Ye Women

Tue. 26 February 2019 — Sat. 2 March 2019

Lantern Theatre

A powerful folk opera telling the story of trade unionist Mary Reid Macarthur, who in 1910 led the women chain makers of Cradley Heath to victory in their fight for a minimum wage.

The Selfish Giant

Sat. 2 March 2019

The Montgomery

Oscar Wilde's touching story of an unusual friendship, brought to the stage through storytelling, puppetry and music.

OUT OF BOUNDS

Wed. 20 February 2019 — Sat. 2 March 2019

Bloc Projects

Contemporary art from Japan, connected by themes of identity, space, materiality and the body.

Sheffield University Jazz Orchestra

Sun. 3 March 2019

Crookes Social Club, Mulhouse Road, S10 1TD

Made up of current and past members of Sheffield University, SUJO promises an exciting evening of varied jazz.

Leonardo's Sunday Gallery

Multiple dates

Millennium Gallery

Let your family be creative in the Leonardo exhibition.

John Turville Quintet ft. Julian Arguelles

Fri. 8 March 2019

Crookes Social Club, Mulhouse Road, S10 1TD

An all-star group exploring the jazz, tango and latin worlds, hosted by Sheffield Jazz.

Late: International Women's Day

Fri. 8 March 2019

Millennium Gallery

Join hosts SheFest as they bring talks, tours, workshops and stalls to the gallery for a special Friday evening celebrating women in Sheffield.

Spring, the Sweet Spring

Fri. 8 March 2019

Sheffield Cathedral

Lose yourself in music that captures the essence of springtime and the English garden.

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: in Rehearsal

Fri. 8 March 2019

Sheffield City Hall

A rare glimpse behind the scenes as the orchestra prepares for the evening's concert.

Breaking New Ground

Fri. 8 March 2019

DINA

A chance to explore new ideas in contemporary music.

The Soaring Violin

Fri. 8 March 2019

Sheffield City Hall

Two contrasting pieces for violin played by a British virtuoso.

Kadialy and the Kora

Fri. 8 March 2019

DINA

Enjoy the storytelling power of music with singer-songwriter Kadialy Kouyate.

Surround Sound

Fri. 8 March 2019

DINA

Sound Junction presents "cinema for the ear".

Who Runs the World?

Fri. 8 March 2019

DINA

Celebrate International Women’s Day with pioneering contemporary music written by top female composers.

hang

Thu. 21 February 2019 — Sat. 9 March 2019

Crucible Theatre

debbie tucker green’s provocative and haunting play about a victim turning the tables on a perpetrator.

Club Tropicana

Mon. 4 March 2019 — Sat. 9 March 2019

Lyceum Theatre

Take a trip back to the electric 80s and embark on a summer of love and smash-hit classics.

The Way of All Flesh

Sat. 9 February 2019 — Sat. 9 March 2019

Cupola Gallery

A solo show by Jamie Frost, bringing together sculptures whose smell, textures and colours contrast with fine craftsmanship.

Vulvarine

Thu. 7 March 2019 — Sat. 9 March 2019

Theatre Deli

Where is all the tampon tax going? Who is The Mansplainer, and what is his evil plan?

Jordan Brookes

Sat. 9 March 2019

Regather

A visceral comedian and a master perplexer, Jordan's perturbing performances have to be seen to be understood.

Sketching with Strings

Sat. 9 March 2019

Channing Hall, 45 Surrey Street, S1 2LG

Both the young and the young at heart are welcome at this art workshop with a difference.

Prayers from the Ark

Sat. 9 March 2019

Upper Chapel Norfolk Street, S1 2JD

The poetry of Carmen Bernos de Gasztold, written in 1940s occupied France, is set to music.

Feedback Loops: Art and Music

Multiple dates

Graves Gallery

Exploring the relationship between music and visual art in live performance.

Bach’s Calling Card

Sat. 9 March 2019

Channing Hall, 45 Surrey Street, S1 2LG

How does a genius composer write a CV? In music, of course! Hear pieces that Bach wrote in the hope of landing a job.

Sheffield Sings!

Sat. 9 March 2019

Upper Chapel, Norfolk Street, S1 2JD

The passionate Sheffield Singers community choir perform a new work by the accomplished young composer Kate Thickett.

Beethoven Begins

Sat. 9 March 2019

Kelham Island Museum

Experience Beethoven’s explosive first symphony.

Bring A Bottle

Sat. 9 March 2019

Kelham Island Museum

Join in a fun performance of an arrangement for bottle and flute, with parts for all levels of ability.

The Art of the Quartet

Sat. 9 March 2019

Channing Hall, 45 Surrey Street, S1 2LG

Feel the emotional power of classical music.

The Woman of Samaria

Sat. 9 March 2019

Upper Chapel, Norfolk Street, S1 2JD

A revival of a 19th-century cantata that was hugely popular in its time but is rarely performed today.

Vivacious Voices

Sat. 9 March 2019

Kelham Island Museum

Spend a life-affirming half-hour in the company of Vivacity Choir.

Three’s Aloud

Sat. 9 March 2019

Upper Chapel, Norfolk Street, S1 2JD

Lively duo Lucy Phillips and Jonny Ingall are introduce audiences to lesser-known works by female composers including Elizabeth Maconchy and Jennifer Higdon.

Fusion Fireworks

Multiple dates

Kelham Island Museum

Kuljit Bhamra’s electrifying fusion of Bhangra beats, Asian jazz, pop and classical is a global phenomenon.

Women of Steel

Sat. 9 March 2019

Kelham Island Museum

Sparks fly and spirits soar in this bold new production from Sheffield City Opera.

The Brilliance of Bach

Sat. 9 March 2019

Sheffield Cathedral

A powerful introduction to Bach’s work with the moving, magnificent St John Passion.

The Gospel Get-Together

Sat. 9 March 2019

Kelham Island Museum

Composer JoAnne Sibanda and her choir team up with the Endcliffe Orchestra to present a striking fusion of gospel and classical.

Classical Weekend

Fri. 8 March 2019 — Sun. 10 March 2019

Bringing classical music out of the concert halls and into museums, gardens, and more.

Lefty Scum

Tue. 12 March 2019

Sheffield City Hall

What could better fit the spirit of the times than a touring showcase of music and comedy on the theme of revolutionary socialism? With comedian Josie Long, singer-songwriter Grace Petrie, and musical comedians Johnny and The Baptists.

Bauhaus – Model and Myth + Q&A

Tue. 12 March 2019

Showroom

As part of Construction House: Radical Materials, S1 Artspace and Showroom Cinema present Kerstin Stutterheim and Niels Bolbrinker’s acclaimed documentary on the Bauhaus school.

Tricky Second Album

Wed. 13 March 2019

Theatre Deli

A work in progress from the talented trio known as In Bed With My Brother.

A Beautiful Way to be Crazy

Thu. 14 March 2019

Theatre Deli

Weaving together spoken word and music, poet Genevieve Carver and her band explore what it means to be a girl in the business of music – with a little help from Joni Mitchell, Nina Simone and Delia Derbyshire.

Leveret

Thu. 14 March 2019

Firth Hall, Western Bank, S10 2TN

A unique collaboration between three of England’s finest folk musicians: Andy Cutting, Sam Sweeney and Rob Harbron.

Heath Kane: Better Days

Thu. 7 March 2019 — Thu. 14 March 2019

99 Mary Street

A pop art-inspired collection with subtly subversive themes.

Yevgeny Sudbin

Sat. 16 March 2019

Crucible Theatre

The virtuoso pianist performs a dynamic programme, including his own show-stopping arrangements of popular classics by Tchaikovsky and Saint-Saens.

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham: Sea, Rock, Earth and Ice

Sat. 8 December 2018 — Sat. 16 March 2019

Graves Gallery

Responses to wild landscapes, from a lesser-known member of the 1940s St Ives community of abstract artists. Read our review.

Sheffield Beer Week

Mon. 11 March 2019 — Sun. 17 March 2019

7 days of beery fun.

Reel Steel Cult Weekender

Fri. 15 March 2019 — Sun. 17 March 2019

Abbeydale Picture House

A celebration of iconic cinema. Featuring double-bills of classic horror, Indiana Jones, "extreme" noughties masterpieces, and some Studio Ghibli magic.

Me & My Whale

Sat. 16 March 2019 — Sun. 17 March 2019

Theatre Deli

A sound play about whales and our impending doom.

Piatti Quartet

Thu. 21 March 2019

Crucible Theatre

A concert of music by Bridge, Mendelssohn and Beethoven by the award-winning Piatti Quartet.

Bottom

Thu. 21 March 2019

Theatre Deli

Join Willy for a queer coming-of-age remix, as he questions if ‘bottom’ in the bedroom means ‘bottom’ in life – and whether Beyoncé can help put his love on top.

[Insert Slogan Here]

Fri. 22 March 2019

Theatre Deli

In 2016, Volvo launched their ‘Human Made’ advertising campaign. Sam got sort of obsessed – so obsessed he decided to make some adverts of his own. This show is what he made.

Veg Out

Multiple dates

92 Burton Road, S3 8DA

Peddler street food market goes veggie/vegan.

Cult of K*nzo

Sat. 23 March 2019

Theatre Deli

How do high end fashion brands seduce? Why do people crave their products?

Stella

Sat. 23 March 2019

The Montgomery

Using projection, playful performance and aerial circus, Stella is the story of a Star Engineer who keeps the stars shining for when we need them.

David Thomas Broughton + Neil McSweeney

Sat. 23 March 2019

Merlin Theatre, Meadow Bank Road, Nether Edge, S11 9AH

Opus and Now Then present a very special show, with two fantastic songwriters in a beautiful, intimate setting, nestled in leafy Nether Edge.

Five Lesbians Eating A Quiche

Fri. 22 March 2019 — Sat. 23 March 2019

The Holt

A charming one-act satirical comedy about sisterhood, manners, and most importantly of all, quiche.

Scale

Thu. 14 February 2019 — Sun. 24 March 2019

Yorkshire Artspace

Ceramics inspired by the Peak District's rock formations, by Penny Withers.

Sheffield Adventure Film Festival

Fri. 22 March 2019 — Sun. 24 March 2019

Showroom

The most thrills you can get from the safety of a cinema seat.

Best of BE FESTIVAL

Mon. 25 March 2019

Drama Studio

Cross Europe with three shows from three countries in one brilliant evening.

Status

Tue. 26 March 2019

Drama Studio

A globe-spanning journey of an attempted escape from nationality, with songs along the way.

Best of BE FESTIVAL Workshops

Tue. 26 March 2019

Drama Studio

Join performers Marc Oosterhoff and Tom Cassani after their show for two extra-special workshops. Suitable for all – students, performers and members of the public.

Kite

Wed. 27 March 2019

Drama Studio

A poignant a play without words, with original music, dance, and puppetry about grief, freedom and the joy of play.

The Turk

Thu. 28 March 2019

Drama Studio

A chilling tale of sentience, showmanship and sacrifice inspired by the original ‘thinking machine’.

Here’s Looking At UKIP

Wed. 27 March 2019 — Thu. 28 March 2019

Theatre Deli

A one-woman show about patriotism, nationalism and British exceptionalism, coming to Theatre Deli on the brink of our scheduled departure from the EU.

Hymns For Robots

Fri. 29 March 2019

Theatre Deli

In a small attic, packed in hundreds of cereal boxes, lies the life’s work of Delia Derbyshire – the unsung genius behind the Doctor Who theme tune and trailblazer of electronic music.

Seaside Terror

Sat. 30 March 2019

Drama Studio

A celebration of British horror and holidays of the 1970s.

One Hundred Views of the Arts Tower

Mon. 11 February 2019 — Sun. 31 March 2019

Western Bank Library

A celebration a Sheffield modernist beacon, bringing together a hundred artworks shared by the public and delving into the archives.

Festival of the Outdoors

Fri. 1 March 2019 — Sun. 31 March 2019

A monthlong programme of activities championing Sheffield's love of the great outdoors.

Beyond Belief

Mon. 1 April 2019

Drama Studio

A captivating and moving story of loss and infinite love, set in a terrifying near-future where tech giants can restore your digital soul.

Leonardo Discovery Days: Leonardo the Scientist

Multiple dates

Millennium Gallery

Imagine being amazing at drawing and painting and engineering and maths AND science!

Who We Are: Who Are You?

Multiple dates

Weston Park Museum

Have fun learning about what makes you who you are this Easter Holidays.

As a Tiger in the Jungle

Thu. 4 April 2019

Drama Studio

Using spoken word, movement, circus and ceremony, three performers from Nepal and Vietnam tell the story of how they survived being child circus slaves in India and created their own destiny.

Tommy Smith Quartet

Fri. 5 April 2019

Crucible Theatre

The internationally-acclaimed saxophonist and his outstanding new group pay tribute to jazz icon John Coltrane.

Concerto

Fri. 5 April 2019

Drama Studio

A unique musical experience inspired by Ravel’s Piano Concerto for the Left Hand, Concerto is a deconstructed and re-orchestrated exploration of the legacy of war and the healing power of music to overcome tragedy.

It'll Be Alt-Right On The Night

Wed. 3 April 2019 — Fri. 5 April 2019

Theatre Deli

A story of friendship, disenfranchisement, punk-rock and a global movement born of economic, political and social frustrations.

Standing at the Sky's Edge

Fri. 15 March 2019 — Sat. 6 April 2019

Crucible Theatre

A story of 50 years of Park Hill, with music by Richard Hawley.

Tim Horton

Sat. 6 April 2019

Crucible Theatre

A cycle of Schubert's major piano sonatas, alongside music by Ravel.

Mausoleum of the Giants

Fri. 15 March 2019 — Sat. 6 April 2019

Location to be announced 11 March

A solo show by Phlegm, creating an immersive sculptural installation in an abandoned factory.

Enable US Festival of Theatre

Mon. 25 March 2019 — Sat. 6 April 2019

Drama Studio

Twice a year the Enable US festival brings unmissable and intriguing pieces of new theatre and performance to the beautiful Drama Studio.

Unsung

Sat. 6 April 2019

Drama Studio

The untold and under-acknowledged stories of four inspirational female figures from British history, asking why they, and hundreds like them, have been relegated to the footnotes.

Nubiyan Twist & special guests

Fri. 5 April 2019 — Sat. 6 April 2019

Yellow Arch Studios

Opus and Now Then present a multi-room party featuring a 10-piece that effortlessly blends Future Jazz, afro beats, heavy dubs and blistering musicianship into their own sound.

Sharrow Lantern Carnival

Sun. 7 April 2019

Mount Pleasant Park, Abbeydale Road, S7 1BY

Each spring, a huge parade of wild and wonderful creations illuminates the streets to the south of the city.

Egg-cellent Adventures with Oviparous Animals

Multiple dates

Weston Park Museum

Discover how many dinosaurs roamed the earth and create your own unique dino egg this Easter Holidays.

Who We Are: Photographs by Martin Jenkinson

Sat. 24 November 2018 — Sun. 14 April 2019

Weston Park Museum

An exercise in understanding both history and humanity. Read our exhibition review.

Mark Thomas

Tue. 16 April 2019 — Wed. 17 April 2019

Drama Studio

Join comedian, activist and journalist Mark Thomas as he probes into the future of the NHS with his new show Check Up.

City of Hope – Sweet + Shore

Sat. 16 March 2019 — Sat. 20 April 2019

Cupola Gallery

An art and science collaboration between Anne Penman Sweet and Dr Jesse Shore.

Construction House: Radical Materials

Thu. 21 February 2019 — Sat. 20 April 2019

S1 Artspace

The final exhibition in S1 Artspace's Bauhaus-inspired series focuses on the practical workshops held at the influential school, which brought together creativity and experimentation with materials with industrial manufacturing processes.

Joy Labinjo: As We Were

Fri. 5 April 2019 — Sat. 4 May 2019

Bloc Projects

The artist presents new work on themes of identity, the complexity of familial relationships, and what it means to immortalise characters in paint.

Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing

Fri. 1 February 2019 — Mon. 6 May 2019

Millennium Gallery

A rare chance to see the working method of a genius up close, 500 years on from his death.

Re-collections: Susan Hiller, Elizabeth Price, Georgain Starr

Sat. 16 February 2019 — Sun. 19 May 2019

Site Gallery

Bringing together the work of three phenomenal artists from Site’s archive, marking the start of the gallery's 40th year.

SheFest Panel Discussion

Tue. 21 May 2019

Firth Court, Western Bank, S10 2TN

Join SheFest and a panel of speakers for a discussion on creating inclusive spaces in women's and LGBT+ communities.

Tom J Newell: Endless Toil

Thu. 16 May 2019 — Thu. 23 May 2019

99 Mary Street

A solo exhibition of pieces from the pen of one of Sheffield's most distinctive artists.

Sheaf Poetry Festival

Fri. 17 May 2019 — Sat. 25 May 2019

A new celebration of poetry in Sheffield, taking place for the first time over nine days this May with poets Andrew McMillan, Imtiaz Dharker, Raymond Antrobus, Denise Riley and more.

Chores

Fri. 31 May 2019

The Montgomery

Two excitable brothers are definitely, probably, maybe, just about to, almost, at some stage, going to do the chores their mother has asked them to do.

Vessel

Sat. 27 April 2019 — Sat. 1 June 2019

Cupola Gallery

An exhibition from the Northern Potters Association.

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.

We're Going on a Bear Hunt

Fri. 28 June 2019 — Sat. 29 June 2019

The Montgomery

A mischievous celebration of play, based on the much-loved book by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury.

Uncertain Spaces: Kenopsia

Sat. 8 June 2019 — Sat. 6 July 2019

Cupola Gallery

A solo exhibition of realist paintings by Andy Cropper.

Goldsmiths North

Fri. 12 July 2019 — Sun. 14 July 2019

Cutlers' Hall, Church Street, S1 1HG

The magnificent Cutlers' Hall plays host to a fair bringing together over 60 independent silversmiths and jewellery makers.

Makers Mark

Sat. 13 July 2019 — Sat. 24 August 2019

Cupola Gallery

A group show bringing together a mix of artists, works and mediums.

Beyond The Real

Sat. 31 August 2019 — Sat. 12 October 2019

Cupola Gallery

A group show bringing together a variety of works in different mediums.

NSFW

Sat. 31 August 2019 — Sat. 12 October 2019

Cupola Gallery

A group show, bringing to Cupola a mix of works on the theme of Not Safe For Work.

Alice in Wonderland

Sun. 20 October 2019

The Montgomery

Join the tea party and meet the Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts.

Joanna Whittle

Sat. 19 October 2019 — Sat. 16 November 2019

Cupola Gallery

A solo exhibition of both real and imagined landscapes by a local painter.

Pauline Rignall

Sat. 19 October 2019 — Sat. 16 November 2019

Cupola Gallery

A solo exhibition of paintings.

Yorkshire Artspace Open Studios

Sat. 16 November 2019 — Sun. 17 November 2019

Yorkshire Artspace

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