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 »
The Little Unsaid release a new album for Reveal Records (home of Lau, Joan As Police Woman, Eddi Reader and more) in 2018. Fronted by songwriter John Elliott, The Little Unsaid have spent the last year touring Europe, leaving audiences emotionally rapt with a live show that’s been described as ‘a thumping depth of passion’. Their sound is all their own but echoes the intensity and melancholic overtones of greats such as Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen. Suport from the superb songwritier Andy Whitehouse of The Silver Darlings fame. (£8)Tickets & More Info »
Regather Comdedy Club Host and remorseful absurdist Sean Morley plays with guilt, blame, forgiveness and audience expectations in this genre-bending stand-up apology. ‘The sort of encounter you’ll talk about for some time afterwards’ Chortle ‘The genius and confidence of Kitson and with the poetic linguistics of Dylan Moran. There’s something very special about Sean Morley’ ****½ ShortCom (£5 / PWYW)Tickets & More Info »
The perfect balance of a social night out, blended with festival quality short films from around the world!
We're now on the first Monday of the month, in multiple cities around the UK, creating one large national audience.
Expect a wonderfully varied selection of short films, which we'll discuss, then vote for our favourite. Have your questions answered by programmed filmmakers or special guests*, all the while enjoying a wide selection of drinks from the bar (there's even popcorn!). Then to round off, we will share our Director's Choice, a slightly longer short, selected by our judging panel.Tickets & More Info »
Academy Award® nominated director Mark Kitchell brings us the story of organic agriculture, told by those who built the movement. The film is narrated by recent Oscar® winner Frances McDormand.
A motley crew of back-to-the-landers, spiritual seekers and farmers’ sons and daughters reject chemical farming and set out to explore organic alternatives. It’s a heartfelt journey of change from a small band of rebels to a cultural transformation in the way we grow and eat food. By now organic has gone mainstream – split into an industry oriented toward bringing organic to all people, and a movement that has realised a vision of sustainable agriculture. (£7)Tickets & More Info »
Regather Comedy Club is back!
By now Brexit will will have happened, the globe will be tilted off its axis and we will be in the midst of a premature and eternal summer that will be burn our flesh from our bones. What better excuse to come to the welcome shelter of your local comedy club.
This month we will be joined by JESSICA FOSTEKEW!
Comedian, co-host of the Guilty Feminist podcast and creator of the chart topping The Hoovering Podcast. As heard as host of BBC Radio 4's The Comedy Club, Jessica Fostekew is also a writer for Cats Does Countdown and Mock The Week. Also she's great and that's my own personal recommendation as opposed to bits and pieces of information I've swiped from elsewhere.
Cider Launch Party! + Growers Drinks Last year we launched our Regather Community Cider. Traditionally bumper crops of apples were made into cider and we wanted to explore ways in which we could make this happen in Sheffield. Now Spring is in full swing we’re celebrating with another seasonal social. Our Autumn Apple press is now cider. We need some help drinking it! Join us for a relaxed evening with drinks, nibbles and chat at the Regather Bar, that will also host Growers drinks will also coincide with the event - the network for discussing growing and food. All welcome! (free)Tickets & More Info »