The Fringe sees weird and wonderful performances in bars, clubs and venues (and the odd front room) right across the city. And here is your introduction to all of them.
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Once an Edwardian nuts and bolts factory, Yellow Arch is a creative complex in Sheffield's industrial heartland, which has been providing a unique blend of music production and live performance since 1997. The venue hosts a diverse range of events throughout the year and is known for embracing music and performing arts from all genres.
Plot 22 is a multi-purpose creative space situated in the heart of the Castlegate district of Sheffield in the old Castle Market.
A quirky little pub sat in the cosmopolitan Devonshire Quarter. The venue has music stamped all over it and key events feature live bands and guest DJs.
One of Sheffield's unique strangely-named places, Bungalows and Bears has been a staple for good food, good drink and good music for over a decade.
Owned by Oli Sykes, frontman of band Bring Me The Horizon and a passionate vegan, Church is a 100% vegan bar and restaurant in Kelham Island, housed in the historic Osborn Works.
Situated right in the heart of Sheffield city centre next to Devonshire Green, Forum Kitchen + Bar is the perfect spot for catching up with friends, with an all day menu and open 7 days a week. Great for a night out, but they also have a fantastic sun terrace complete with comfy deckchairs for sunny days in Sheffield too.
The Foundry is a 3 room club, music and event space inside the University of Sheffield Students' Union.
Gatsby is a longstanding staple of division street. Known for it great cocktails and amazing atmosphere. The late night party vibes are famous amongst locals, with talented local DJ's keeping the dance floor booming all night long.
Heist have converted this two-roomed old factory into an airy, bright taproom and bar. With Slap & Pickle serving up the grub and arcade games and shuffleboard to go with over 30 beers on tap (plus 100 in cans and bottles), wine, spirits and retro soft drinks - you know this is a place you'll be able to spend some time.
Hope Works plays host to some of the best and most experimental electronic music on an incredible bespoke sound system.
One of Sheffield’s oldest and finest traditional pubs. Still standing from the 1830s, it oozes character and charisma, whilst also offering an excellent selection of real ales, wines and a very fine rum menu to top it off.
The Washington is one of the spiritual homes of Sheffield’s music scene. Through the years they’ve all passed through; drinking, performing and perhaps even working behind the bar. From the glory years of The Limit when Pulp would meet there, to intimate gigs from Wet Nuns, The Washington has seen it all - and you will too if you visit.
One of Sheffield's many independent bars on Division Street in the centre of town, The Green Room is a weekend staple but with plenty happening in the week too. Great drinks, food and music, in a laid back atmosphere.
The Bar Stewards is a small independent craft beer pub in the West Bar area of Sheffield, close to Kelham Island, directly opposite Shakespeare's pub.
A live music and club venue in the city centre, programming an eclectic mix of indie, electronic, dance and all other types of genres - but always keeping you on your toes.
Alder is a cracking place to hang out. They are a brewery, pub, bar and events space down in Neepsend/Kelham Island, with a unique community spirit, greet beer and friendly vibes.
Where Brooklyn meets Berlin in Sheffield's creative quarter. Sidney and Matilda is a warehouse, basement, and courtyard orientated music and event venue, that has shined new neon red light on an abandoned industrial district.
It was once a clothes shop but then it got morphed into a hybrid between a bar, night club, events space, and general meeting space in Castlegate area.
Multi-award-winning bar Maida Vale offers an experience unlike any other, playing the best music from across the decades.
With a spectacular courtyard set in the backdrop of Sheffield’s industrial heartland, Southbank Warehouse has a an incredible space with room for up to 500 people.