The next few weeks are sure to be a testing time for everyone on campus. Between exam stress, coursework mayhem and career decisions, we’re all feeling the pressure. To help you beat the May monotony, we’ve put together our top arts events in Sheffield:
Folk Artist in Residence
Bank Street Arts, Ongoing
Artistic researcher Lucy Wright brings the idea of ‘folk’ to life in this resident exhibition. Reworking traditional forms for the 21st Century, Wright’s work is a celebration of people coming together.
Visit their website for more information.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time
Lyceum Theatre, 9-20 May
If you missed the National Theatre’s acclaimed production last time it came to Sheffield, here’s your chance to see it. Based on Mark Haddon’s bestselling novel, the play follows the exploits of Christopher, a teenager with an extraordinary brain.
Visit Sheffield Theatres for more info.
DINA, 18-20 May
This pay-as-you-feel festival is an exploration into the radical. With live performances, workshops and more, it’s a chance to step outside your comfort zone.
Visit their website.
Moor Theatre Delicatessen, 20 May
Far from the comfort of a theatre seat, this production from Cap-a-Pie sees you take the lead in a solo quest around the city.
Visit Theatre Deli’s website.
The Dream; Symphonic variations; Marguerite and Armand
Light Cinema, 7 June
Screened live from the Royal Opera House, this mixed programme brings together some of the greatest works from esteemed choreographer Frederick Ashton.
Check it out on their website.