Reasons to visit Sheffield this February

Reasons to visit Sheffield this February

February is almost here, and there are so many reasons to visit Sheffield... 

3 Feb: Talking Gigs presents: Vieux Farka Toure – An incredible opportunity to get up close and personal with the musical legend that is Vieux Farka Toure. He will be talking about his life, his art, and playing a selection of his own accoustic and solo music.(Wed 3 Feb, £16.50 adv, Yellow Arch Studios, 30-36 Burton Road, S3 8BX 

3 Feb: The Leadmill Comedy Club – a wonderful showcase of up and coming comics. February’s event includes the exciting new acts Larry Dean, Sarah Callaghan, and Pete Otway. (Wed 3 Feb, £6, The Leadmill, 6 Leadmill Road, S1 4SE)

4 Feb: Autobiographical Food - live studio audience – In a Ready, Steady, Cook style scenario, artists Selina Thompson and Bobby Baker will be cooking and sharing stories of their life and work with a live studio audience. (Thu 4 Feb, £6.47, Sheffield Theatre Workshop, Glossop Road, S10 2TD)

5 Feb: Sound and Vision – a Tribute to David Bowie – Enjoy an evening celebrating the musical legend and icon David Bowie. In conjunction with Cavendish Cancer Care charity, Yellow Arch Studios invites people of all ages and backgrounds to reminisce and dance in his honour. (Fri 5 Feb, Yellow Arch Studios, 30-36 Burton Road, S3 8BX)

6 Feb: Floating Points – Following their recent release, Floating Points is back in Sheffield to do an unmissable six hour DJ set. (Sat 6 Feb, £20, Hope Works, Sussex Road, S4 7YQ)

6 Feb: Villagers – Conor O’Brien heads up the Dublin-based contemporary folk group, gracing the stage at the legendary Leadmill. They released their new album Where Have You Been All My Life? in January, to high acclaim. (Sat 6 Feb, £15, The Leadmill, 6 Leadmill Road, S1 4SE)

BOOK a night stay now and enjoy fantastic entertainment in Sheffield this February.