The Tower of Bagels - Bagel School
Like bagels or like baking? another installment of this day course is suitable for anyone at any level of experience to have some fun with bread dough and find out the basics of bagel making from the Bagel Masters Tower of Bagel. All materials provided. Dates over the next months from Feb-Apr.
Find out more from https://bagelschool.eventbrite.co.uk (£65)
A unique event that brings the film festival experience to you, in social bite-size chunks. IndieFlicks assesses 200+ films a month, and screens the competing selection in multiple cities concurrently. The audience discuss & vote for their fave short from the first half of the night, and watch a feature length short in the second. (£7)Tickets & More Info »
A gentle blend of acoustic soul folk inspired from separate lives lived with an ocean between them. Grace originally hailing from Toronto, Canada met Chiv in Sheffield, UK where they currently meet up to collaborate on each others melodic tales. All proceeds donated to Peace in the Park to help fund the annual community festival. (£6/8)Tickets & More Info »
Regather Comedy Club returns with a luxury night of laughs from the best and brightest comedians. "Setting the bar for alternative comedy in Sheffield" (Sheffield Culture Guide). This month we're joined by Jordan Brookes. Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee. ‘Wildly entertaining stand-up that demolishes the conventions of comedy’ **** The Guardian ‘Compelling, mercurial, unconventional and smart, Brookes has produced one of the must-see shows of the Fringe’ ****1/2 Chortle (£7-£10)Tickets & More Info »
Nadine from Green Fox Wild Crafts (Folk Forest Heritage Crafts Co-Ordinator) will show you how to use all the tools safely and effectively, showing you how to split your log, safely carving with your axe and you will be shown a whole host of knife grips that will give you the skills to carry carving at home. On this course we will learn to carve a cooking spoon that you can use in your home using three tools, an axe, a carving knife and a spoon knife. (£85)Tickets & More Info »
The annual best of Sheffield Adventure Film festival programme is always a great programme and always a sell out event. These films will be published once the judges have decided on the award winners for the 2019 festival. They meet on March 7th, the programme will be published on March 8th, but get your tickets in advance if you don’t want to miss out. Total running time approx. 100mins. (£6.5/£7.5)Tickets & More Info »
What would Flash Gordon look like chewed up and spat out by comedians, theatremakers, writers and musicians? Well look no further, at FLIM NITE we get performers of all stripes to pull apart and reconfigure your favourite movies live on stage. "Trust us, it’s unlike any otherTickets & More Info »
Flying Donkey Events takes an excursion away from the Picture House to bring you three top quality acts in an intimate setting. All profits will go towards the anti-fracking movement.
The Hills are Alive!
Two friends, both alike in dignity, in fair Sheffield where we lay our scene. One from out of town. The other here for half his life has been. Our duo re-united once more. To rekindle their joy of the dance floor. From pub to dub and then to the great outdoors.
Ready to trip down memory lane. Ready to re-live the good old days! When the sound of music meant the hills were alive. But....
Director Sean McAllister returns to his hometown, Hull, as curator of its UK City of Culture opening. Back living with his 90-year-old parents and reflecting on changes to a city hit by cuts in public spending and divided by Brexit, Sean is drawn to the fringes of town where he encounters Steve, a struggling warehouse worker with a dream to take hip-hop to disadvantaged kids through his Beats Bus. This is your chance to meet and ask some questions with on of the best UK documentary film makers! (£7).Tickets & More Info »