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

The Bikeriders

Fri. 21 June 2024 — Thu. 18 July 2024

Inspired by true events, The Bikeriders follows the rise of a midwestern motorcycle club, the Vandals.

The club evolves over the course of a decade through the 1960s and 1970s - through the changing climate of America's cultural landscape - from a gathering place for local outsiders into a more sinister group, transforming their original unique way of life and forcing members to choose between gang loyalty and societal conventions.

Directed by Jeff Nichols (Take Shelter, Midnight Special, Mud), and starring Austin Butler (Dune: Part Two), Jodie Comer (The End We Start From, and TV's Killing Eve), Tom Hardy (The Revenant, Bronson, Mad Max: Fury Road), Norman Reedus (American Gangster, 8mm, Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding), and frequent Jeff Nichols collaborator Michael Shannon (Take Shelter, Midnight Special).

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Longlegs

Fri. 12 July 2024 — Thu. 18 July 2024

Showroom

FBI agent Lee Harker (Maika Monroe) is tracking down an elusive serial killer when she discovers a personal link to him. From actor-turned-director Osgood Perkins, with a near-unrecognisable Nicolas Cage. One of the most terrifying films of the year.

Spirit of Independence Film Festival

Fri. 27 September 2024 — Sun. 29 September 2024

A celebration of fiercely independent filmmaking, showcasing raw, bold and passionate films from around the world.

Bushman

Fri. 12 July 2024 — Thu. 18 July 2024

Showroom

Part imagined, part documentary, this 1971 film follows Gabriel (Paul Eyam Nzie Okpokam), a young Nigerian living life in San Francisco. Lovestruck and culturally stranded, he faces the harsh realities of America through the late 60s and early 70s.

Sheffield General Cemetery

A hillside spot for both the living and the dead, containing stories of wars, epidemics, floods and more between 1836 and 1978. Today it's rich in history, wildlife and architecture. Look out for upcoming gigs, film screenings and exhibitions.