Venues

Hope Works

Sussex Road / S4 7YQ

Hope Works was a WW1 gun barrel factory, now it's a place of creativity and expression. It is a revolving gallery of music and visual art with an artist in residence program as well as a highly developed calendar of events. It serves as an incubator for new talent with regular plays and support given to new emerging artists from Sheffield and beyond. It was set up in association with Mixed In Sheffield in 2012 and has since endeavoured to program events which are both impactful and inspirational, embracing the local community whilst drafting in true giants of electronic music from the furthest reaches of the globe.

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Sheffield Cathedral - Nave

Church Street / S1 1HA

Sheffield Cathedral is the cathedral church for the Church of England diocese of Sheffield. A spectacular host to all faiths and none, the building is an unusual mixture of medieval and modern architecture. The main hall will host the Opening Concert curated by festival director and co-curator Liam O'Shea.

Sheffield Cathedral - Chapel Of The Holy Spirit

Church Street / S1 1HA

Sheffield Cathedral is the cathedral church for the Church of England diocese of Sheffield. A spectacular host to all faiths and none, the building is an unusual mixture of medieval and modern architecture. Within the cathedral, the Chapel of the Holy Spirit will host a specific installation forming part of Amy Carter-Gordon's curation.

Sadacca

Wicker / S3 8JB

Emerging from the West Indies Association in early 1955 and formally constituted as Sheffield and District African Caribbean Community Association (SADACCA) at 48 Wicker Sheffield in 1986, this community space is a cultural icon of the city. The G Mill, originally a site of manufacturing, is now fully refurbished into a multi-use, cultural space for all - host to workshops, markets, art installations and live music events.

Site Gallery

Brown Street / S1 2BS

Site Gallery is Sheffield's international contemporary art space, specialising in moving image, new media and performance. Site Gallery pioneers emerging art practices and ideas and works in partnership with local, regional and international collaborators to nurture artistic talent and support the development of contemporary art.

Exchange Place Studios

Exchange Street / S2 5TR

Exchange Place Studios, one of Yorkshire Artspace's two venues, is a stunning Art Deco building based in the historic and rapidly transforming Castlegate area of Sheffield City Centre.

Firth Hall

Western Bank / S10 2TN

Firth Court is a stunning Edwardian Grade II listed University of Sheffield administrative building and houses the equally impressive Firth Hall. With its high vaulted ceiling, large leaded windows and oak panelling, the Hall lends itself perfectly to a classical setting. Extensively utilised throughout the year for the University Concerts Series, Firth Hall has a large concert platform and a seating capacity of 380.

The Art House

Carver Street / S1 4HJ

The Art House, founded by St Matthew's Church is a vibrant community art and pottery studio, gallery and community well-being Centre of Excellence. The Art House is renowned for inspiring and empowering people to improve their well-being through creative activities.

Green Estate

Manor Lane / S2 1UL

Green Estate are one of the largest social enterprises in South Yorkshire. Their mission is to grow green and resilient urban places where people and nature can thrive. Set up in 2003 as a heritage and environmental regeneration project in the Manor area of Sheffield, Green Estate has turned 42 hectares of derelict land and heritage buildings into a unique, beautiful, and sustainable landscape for people and nature to enjoy today and for generations to come. Their venues offer the feel of an idyllic countryside setting despite being only five minutes from Sheffield City Centre.

Delicious Clam

Exchange Street / S2 5TS

Delicious Clam have been creating space both literally and figuratively for many of Sheffield's DIY bands since 2013. Operating as a label, practice room and small gig space from their Castle Market headquarters, they fuel the fire of Sheffield's alternative scene. Now they're exploring new territories, from stand-up to brilliantly daft club nights. The are excited to welcome them to the festival this year as we expand into live performances from some of Sheffield's fabulous alternative underbelly and beyond.

R.O.A.R

Westgate Chambers / S60 1AN

A people focused non profit dedicated to supporting creative practices and promoting the arts in Rotherham. We believe that art has the power to transform and enrich the human experience. We are committed to taking action that recognises creativity as a fundamental human right and a key to inspiring change.

Chapel Of Our Lady

Rotherham Bridge / S60 1RB

The chapel was built in 1483, part of a new bridge across the river. It is possible that Thomas Rotherham, Archbishop of York, donated most of the money needed for building. The chapel was richly decorated and contained a statue of the Virgin and Child 'of gold, welwrought'. The chapel was used by travellers, who used it to pray for a safe journey, or to give thanks for a safe arrival in Rotherham. The Act for the Dissolution of Colleges and Chantries in 1547 closed the Chapel. It was given to the Feoffees of the Common Lands of Rotherham, Rotherham's first town council, who used it as an almshouse.