Museums Sheffield’s Metalwork Collection is one of the finest in the world. It contains the cutlery, flatware and tableware that have made Sheffield famous, as well as beautiful objects collected from every continent.
The state of the art facility provides a unique blend of experiences including Doncaster Art Gallery and Doncaster Museum – see a 1960s Doncaster living room, the Gresley shop, and our Museum of You.
The NVM, Sheffield. Explore how videogames are made, who makes them and why. The perfect day out for families to learn about and play videogames.
A literacy charity that champions the writer in every child building confidence, self-esteem and skills in both workshops for schools and in out of school and holiday clubs.
An international film and arts festival and marketplace, with a mission to spark imaginations and empower our capacity for change by celebrating, championing and debating documentary film and art as a collective form of engagement.
Festival of the Mind brings together University academics and professionals from Sheffield’s cultural, creative and digital industries to bring our research to life in exciting, entertaining and innovative ways.
Sheffield’s longest running live music venue and nightclub. It first opened its doors in 1980 and has been a creative hub in Sheffield for nearly 40 years.
As well as hosting the worlds most legendary musical superstars and the world's biggest sporting greats, from trophy winning Sheffield Steelers to boxing world title fights and darts heroes like Phil 'The Power' Taylor.
Since 1997 Yellow Arch has been operating successfully as a recording studio, equipment hire, teaching studio and live music venue.
An Artspace and Warehouse Venue set up by Mixed in Sheffield and curated by Lo Shea. Its aim is to provide a unique and rich environment for the enjoyment of music and art.