This Dine Sheffield, it’s not all about food and drink, there are galleries to visit, films to see and some unmissable shows at the city’s theatres to enjoy.
Why not pop in to some of these culture and entertainment venues during Dine Sheffield and enjoy fantastic food at great prices during your day out in Sheffield city centre.
Dine Sheffield will take place from 14 – 28 March, browse all vouchers at www.dinesheffield.co.uk.
Pie and a pint for £10 at The Light Cinema, The Moor
Head to The Green Room at The Light Cinema to enjoy a pie and a pint for £10 during Dine Sheffield. Choose from a proper pie from Sheffield favourites Pie Eyed, with fillings changing weekly and veggie options always available, The Light is a great spot to enjoy an evening out in Sheffield city centre.
During Dine Sheffield you’ll be able to catch a number of the latest blockbusters at The Light, see film times on The Light website.
Bowl of pasta and a glass of wine for £10 at Ambulo in the Millennium Gallery, Arundel Gate
Ambulo is the Millennium Gallery’s brand new all day café, serving up fresh, seasonal dishes inspired by travel and culture. During Dine Sheffield you can enjoy a bowl of pasta and a glass of wine for just £10.
During Dine Sheffield why not redeem your voucher and then enjoy a trip to Millennium Gallery which currently has 12 of Leonardo Da Vinci’s most extraordinary drawings on display as part of a major nationwide exhibition marking the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death.
Other exhibitions include The Vehicle of Nature, a an immersive experience from internationally-acclaimed digital studio Universal Everything which provides a 21st century response to Leonardo Da Vinci’s ground-breaking Studies of ﬂowing water. Find out more on the Millennium Gallery website.
Kollective Coffee and Kitchen at Site Gallery, Brown Street
Kollective Coffee and Kitchen is the brand new café at the newly refurbished Site Gallery and during Dine Sheffield you can enjoy a breakfast brioche and a cup of batch brew or tea for just £5.
Once you’ve started the day off with Kollective, take some time to explore Site Gallery to enjoy Re-collections, an exhibition which brings together the work of three phenomenal artists from Site’s archive, honouring a tradition of supporting and championing women for the past 40 years. There are also a number of workshops and events at Site Gallery during Dine Sheffield, find out more on the Site Gallery website.
Two courses for £15 at Crucible Corner, Tudor Square
Just a stone’s throw from both the Crucible and Lyceum theatres, Crucible Corner is a great spot to enjoy a bite to eat before the show.
March is a big month for Sheffield Theatres, with the world premiere of Standing At The Sky’s Edge, a new musical by Sheffield playwright Chris Bush and musical legend Richard Hawley, running from Friday 15 March. You can also see Northern Ballet’s Victoria or American Idiot, a musical based on the songs of Green Day, at the Lyceum. For more information and tickets see the Sheffield Theatres website.