EIS Sheffield is the country’s largest multi-sports training centre making sports accessible for everyone - the local community, schools, general public, businesses and elite athletes. A perfect department for culture, media, and sport. The world class facilities are home to numerous local and national sporting clubs and governing bodies and enable participation in a number of sports activities at all levels.
A former nightclub that has been transformed to the O2 Academy after investing £3 million, is the house to artists from all over the world. With a space that can hold up to 2500 people under a roof, it has been graced by the most respected and known artists from time. Artists like The Police, The Clash, Joy Division, The Jam, and David Bowie were housed by the O2.
In recent times, Rita Ora, Frank Turner, N*E*R*D, The Black Keys and many more artists ranging from different genres have performed at the O2 Sheffield proving its diversity in culture, music, and people.
Apart from music, it caters to comedy, sports and club nights as well.
The Leadmill is Sheffield's oldest and best music venue since 1980. It has won national awards from the NME and Live UK. The Arctic Monkeys, The Killers, Kings of Leon and Richard Hawley are just some of the classic bands and artists that have graced the stage at The Leadmill.
It has been awarded and established as the premier live music venue giving an experience that very few places around are capable of delivering.
It has hosted some of the biggest acts in the world, giving it a very nostalgic and historic vibe.
Corporation, also known as Corp, is one of the oldest live music venues. It's one of the best venues in the UK.
The interesting bit about Corporation is that it has three floors, along with six bars spread across four rooms.
Live gigs are staged regularly here in rooms of 180, 300 and 900 capacities blasting through their 22k rig. Last year they staged nearly 140 live shows. Having been voted into the top 3 Rock Clubs in the UK by Kerrang and having won Best Club in the UK, for DROP on Friday nights in Metal Hammer.
Home to world class entertainment since 1991
The Arena was built to host the World Student Games & was officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen on 30th May 1991. The Arena can accommodate audiences from a theatre style 3,500 up to a 13,600 capacity making it the region’s biggest capacity indoor Arena.