Sheffield gets interesting after 5pm, so every week we are going to bring you some suggestions of great things to do in the city in the early evening. Whether it be dining, music, shopping or events, there’s always something to hang about after work for. Here are some suggestions for the 5 – 11 March.
SheFest – various locations – 5-11 March
SheFest returns to Sheffield city centre from 5 – 11 March for its fourth celebration of International Women’s Day. There are workshops, theatre productions, classes and socials for all ages and genders to enjoy whilst championing women’s rights and equality. See #SheffAfter5’s guide to SheFest.
Yoga – Winter Garden – 9 March
The Outdoor City Weekender returns to Sheffield for a third helping from 9 to 11 March and promises another action-packed weekend of fun and adventure. Kick the weekend off with a relaxing yoga session in the Winter Garden from 6pm on 9 March. Sign up for the session online and head to The Outdoor City Weekender website for more on what’s going on in the city.
Cuban Cocktail Launch – Revolucion de Cuba – 5-9 March
Revolucion de Cuba is launching a new Cuban Cocktail Club from 5 March, which will feature exciting offers from Monday – Thursday. Expect Mojito Mondays, live music on Tuesdays, student fiesta Wednesdays and salsa socials on a Thursday. Cocktails are £5 from Monday to Thursday.
Birthday Bonanza – BrewDog – 9 March
BrewDog is celebrating four years on Devonshire Street on 9 March from 6pm. Bird Shoes will performing live – think garage rock, punk rock and rock n roll. As it’s a birthday there will be free cake, party bags and party games, and BrewDog’s collaboration bear with Lost Industry Brewing will be flowing.
Bottomless Pizza and Prosecco – OHM - 9 March
Following the success of the first event, OHM Sheffield is hosting a second bottomless pizza and prosecco evening on 9 March. Enjoy endless fresh dough pizza and free flowing prosecco for £25 (£5 deposit). The event will take place across two sittings, from 6:30pm – 7pm and 8pm – 9:30pm, book by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0114 213 8080.