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Cycling in Sheffield is the best way to access all of the top events, see the sights and visit the best cafes. Our round up aims to let you know about the best bits of the non cycling world of Sheffield so you know where to ride to!

 

The Great Gatsby - 1st Dec - 31st Dec, 7:30pm, Theatre Delicatessen, The Moor

Throughout December, Theatre Delicatessen are hosting a unique and immersive 1920's event with The Great Gatsby. Don't miss the chance to experience one of the legendary Jay Gatsby's parties for yourself!  

"Over two and half hours you will dance, chase and infiltrate your way through one of the greatest stories of the 20th Century. Come and join the party."

You need to get yourselves tickets if you want in. Click here to buy if you haven't already! Find out more about the venue and event here.

 

The Village Green Pop-Up Cinema - 17th Dec, Unit 15, 92 Burton Road

A pop-up cinema will be bringing the festivities to 92 Burton Road this Saturday where there will be a showing of both Miracle On 34th Street and Edward Scissorhands. As well as good film, there will also be street food, drinks and Christmas music.

"We will be transforming this huge industrial warehouse space (just next to Kelham Island in Sheffield) into a beautiful Christmas cinema."

Tickets are £12 for adults and £9 for children under 16 and students. Get your tickets here before they sell out!

 

All Our Brains: Art Exhibition - Open until 23rd Dec, Sheffield Hallam University, Cantor Building foyer

An intriguing exhibition that aims to explore and interpret Dementia through different artistic forms. All the work has been created by a huge mix of carers, students, artists, and designers that have come together in an attempt to represent the themes of this topic creatively. 

"The exhibition brings together community groups, artists, students, health professionals and people with dementia in a cross-disciplinary creative exploration of dementia and its effects on people's lives."

Click here for more info about the exhibit.