So much happens in Sheffield every week! This is our comprehensive event listing page for every single event that gets submitted to our website, from small workshops and community events to international sporting fixtures and citywide festivals.
So if you're looking for something specific, please use the filter tags and date search below, to narrow the event listings for what you'd really like to see/find. Alternatively, visit our What's On page for seasonal highlights and roundups of the bigger events happening in Sheffield.
Corrie Dick leads his own group of top young British jazz musicians who will be playing music from his acclaimed new album ‘Sun Swells’.
John Butcher (saxophone) and Rhodri Davies (harp), two of the country’s most spectacular improvisers, share their incredible experiments in sound.
These recent BBC New Generation Artists are prized for their expressive interpretations of Classical and Romantic repertoire rooted in a profound understanding of the music and its time.
Mozart’s instantly recognisable 4th horn concerto and a once in a lifetime chance to hear Glazunov’s beautiful Idyll for Horn and Strings — both performed by past Young Musician of the Year Winner, Naomi Atherton.
Angeline Morrison "“...a startling record of resistance, rebellion and celebration” - Sorrow Songs" The Guardian, Folk Album of the Year
Following sell-out concerts last year, Ensemble 360's Gemma Rosefield and Tim Horton present another recital of absolute glories of virtuosic music for cello and piano.
Award winning saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist Hannah Horton, whose music is rooted in jazz, funk and folk, makes her Sheffield Jazz debut playing music from her most recent album ‘Inside Out’ which has received critical acclaim worldwide.
A celebration of Ensemble 360 and Music in the Round's collaboration with composers commissioned through the Royal Philharmonic Society.
The Musical Box is a Quebec based band which, for the last 30 years, has had the sole mission of re-creating, in all its glory, the live experience of an early Genesis concert, including the use of vintage instruments and, thanks to Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford, the original slides used by Genesis.