16 minute drive
Originally opened in 1971, the Crucible reopened after a £15.3 million redevelopment in February 2010. The Crucible is the main stage for their in-house produced work as well as hosting the annual World Snooker Championships. The performance area is a thrust stage which extends into the auditorium, enabling the audience to watch action on three sides. No member of the audience is ever further than 22 metres from the stage.
Sheffield Theatres Box Office is located here. In the lower foyer is an archive area featuring items from previous shows.
16 minute drive
Designed by WGR Sprague, the Lyceum Theatre originally opened in 1897. A traditional proscenium arch theatre, this 1068-seat listed building is Sprague's only surviving design outside London. Following its closure in 1968, the Lyceum underwent a £12 million renovation and reopened in 1991. The Lyceum is the main receiving venue for touring productions in the Sheffield Theatres complex. It comprises of a diverse programme comprising opera, ballet, contemporary dance and West End hits as well as our own productions The Lyceum theatre has three bars and provides light snacks.
16 minute drive
Opened in 1971 and refurbished as part of the Crucible's £15.3 million redevelopment programme, the Studio Theatre has a capacity of up to 400. Its flexible design allows the seating to be adjusted to play on two or three sides or in the round. Winner of the 2002 Peter Brook Empty Space Award, the Studio hosts a mix of small-scale in-house and touring productions, and is also home to the acclaimed Ensemble 360's tri-annual Music in the Round Festival.
18 minute drive
The Winding Wheel is a Grade II listed theatre, originally built in 1923 as a cinema. The Winding Wheel has three rooms which are regularly used for events and these are – the auditorium, ballroom and function room. The Winding Wheel has a diverse programme of events including west end musicals, stand up comedy, music concerts, talks and a wide range of community events The Winding Wheel aims to be accessible to all and are committed to making your visit to as easy and enjoyable as possible.
19 minute drive
The Pomegranate Theatre is a beautiful Grade II-listed Victorian 546-seat proscenium arch theatre based in the town centre of Chesterfield. The Pomegranate Theatre presents a programme of professional touring drama, music, dance, and a very popular star studded pantomime. In addition, the Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield, presents Pomegranate Screenings - an ongoing programme of latest films and satellite broadcasts using state of the art cinema equipment. The Pomegranate Theatre is also hired by local amateur groups who stage their own performances.
20 minute drive
Sheffield City Hall is situated in the heart of Sheffield city centre. Built in 1932 and recently refurbished in 2005, it is host to over 500 events per year including a variety of rock and pop concerts, operas, ballets & comedy shows to name just a few. The Art Deco building was lovingly refurbished in 2005 to preserve the original 1930s features while bringing the facilities into the 21st century. The City Hall is comprised of three main areas: the Irwin Mitchell Oval Hall, the Memorial Hall and the Ballroom. The art deco Ballroom, located below the two auditoria, is made up of three rooms: a main central area with a sprung dance floor and an illuminated glass panel in the centre and the smaller North and South Halls on either side.
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