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Lyceum Theatre Sheffield - Sheffield
The Lyceum Theatre is a 1068-seat theatre in the City of Sheffield, England. Built in 1897 following a traditional proscenium arch design, the Lyceum is the only surviving theatre outside of London designed by the famous theatre architect W.G.R. Sprague and the last example of an Edwardian auditorium in Sheffield. The Statue on top of the Lyceum Theatre is Mercury, son of Zeus and Maia.
O2 Academy Sheffield - Sheffield
The O2 Academy in Sheffield burst onto the city's live music scene in 2008. Since then it has had some big names perform like Joy Division, David Bowie and many more. When it opened on the first night in 2008 it was a sell out and Reverend and The Makers were performing in front of a packed out crowd. They offer a wide range of shows at the O2 Academy and there sure is something for everyone.
The Crucible Theatre - Sheffield
The Crucible Theatre is a theatre built in 1971 and located in the city centre of Sheffield, South Yorkshire. As well as theatrical performances, it is home to the most important event in professional snooker, the World Snooker Championship.
Sheffield City Hall - Sheffield
Sheffield City Hall is a Grade II listed building in Sheffield, England, containing several venues, ranging from the Oval Concert Hall which seats over 2,000 people to a ballroom featuring a sprung dance floor. The large hall dominates Barker's Pool, one of Sheffield's central squares, which also contains the city's War Memorial.
FlyDSA Arena Sheffield - Sheffield
The Sheffield Arena is an arena in Sheffield, England. It is well known for hosting big name concerts and sporting events in Sheffield. It is situated near Rotherham, Sheffield City Centre, Attercliffe, Meadowhall and the Centertainment and is the premier concert venue for Yorkshire. It opened as the Sheffield Arena, was re-branded as the Hallam FM Arena, but has returned to its original name as of 1 November 2007.
Leadmill - Sheffield
The Leadmill first opened its doors in 1980 and has hosted some of the biggest live acts in the world. It has been voted as Sheffield’s best live music venue on numerous Sheffield’s longest running live music venue and nightclub.
Sheffield Library Theatre - Sheffield
The Sheffield Library Theatre has a 260 seat venue and is located just behind the Central Library, in the heart of Tudor Square and complements our larger neighbours with an eclectic mix of traditional and left field events. We offer everything, including: drama, wrestling, variety, burlesque, contemporary dance, world music and film screenings. We are also delighted to be a host venue for major city events, Doc-fest and Tramlines.