A new exhibition at the Millennium Gallery this summer is set to mark the 60th anniversary of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament with a showcase of work by an artist who created some of the movement’s most potent images. Opening on Saturday 9 June, Art Against War: Peter Kennard and the CND Movement will present over 100 era-defining works created by Kennard over the past 50 years.
Doc/Fest’s 25th edition kicks off on Thursday 7 June, and the organisers are putting the city of Sheffield at the heart of its success.
Sheffield’s new Lord Mayor visits Turtle Bay for first look at the city’s new Caribbean restaurant and bar.
Back of the net! Kickov, the unique and immersive Soviet soccer experience, debuts in Sheffield this summer.
Major new exhibition celebrating photographic giants comes to Sheffield this summer direct from National Portrait Gallery, London.
You may not necessarily think of the blazing sunshine and turquoise seas of Jamaica when you think of Sheffield, but beloved Caribbean restaurant Turtle Bay will be injecting a colourful slice of island fun and flavours when it opens the doors of its first Sheffield branch on 3rd June 2018. And, off course, just like food forms the heart of Caribbean culture, it’s the Turtle Bay menu that’s at the heart of the restaurant experience too.
Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet is set to showcase its four working waterwheels as part of a two-day celebration of National Mills Weekend 2018. The event is also the launch of Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet now being open on Saturdays (10am-4pm every week).
Specialty coffee roaster 200 Degrees has announced it will open a coffee shop in Sheffield city centre on 4 June, providing handcrafted fresh food and artisan coffee.