Five things to do in Sheffield: 15 - 21 April

Posted by: Ash Wragg
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The best food, drink, bars, clubs, events and places to check out in Sheffield this week

The Good, the Bad and the Queen: Foundry, 15 April


Following their release of their first album back in November sine their eleven-year hiatus, the Good, the Bad and the Queen are back on tour and are stopping off at the Foundry in Sheffield on the 15th April. Their new album, Merrie Land, contains 10 new songs written during the current period in which the UK is preparing to leave the European Union - creating a reluctant good-bye letter, a series of observations and reflections on Britishness in 2018.



Tickets still available here.


Take That: Greatest Hits Live 2019: FlyDSA Arena, 15-16 April


Take That are starting their Greatest Hits Live 2019 tour with the first stop being the FLYDSA Arena. They will be preforming live for two nights on the 15-16th April. With a starting act of Rick Astley, this isn’t a show to be missed.



Tickets still available here.


2019 World Snooker Championship: Crucible, 20 April - 6 May


Saturday, 20th April, marks the opening of the 2019 World Snooker Championship, the world famous Crucible Theatre will be playing host to the event once more until the finals on 6th May.


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Sharrow Folk Festival: Hagglers Corner, 21 April


After being away for a year, a fan favourite folk fundraiser is back this Easter Sunday (21 April). From just £6 it will be an evening of music and celebration with some of the best Folk and Blues acts in the city. The festival will be taking place at Hagglers Corner from 2pm onwards.



90s Fest: Magna, 20 April


Thee ‘biggest 90s festival Sheffield has ever seen’, is coming to Magna on 20 April 2019. The event, organised by Sheffield’s own Jamie Duggan, boast's a huge line-up including 90s dance heavyweights such as Paul Oakenfold, Judge Jules, Danny Rampling, Utah Saints and Dave Pearce, to name a few from the 90s dance extravaganza. The event is part of a nationwide tour, which will take in five arenas across the UK, bringing with it ‘over 50 headline acts, retro bar (all the original 90’s drinks), retro arcade zone (all the original classic 90’s arcade games), fairground rides and the biggest names in old skool dance, house, trance, hardcore and garage



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