September promises to be a month full of great shows, music and live performances, so have a read of what’s on in Sheffield this month. When you see something you love, make sure you give us a call to look to see what we have availability to make the most of your time in this incredible city.
Sheffield City Hall
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Buddy Holly & The Crickets performing at the City Hall for their one and only U.K tour, you’ll be able to hear the music that influenced many of the world’s biggest bands of the 60’s, as Past Masters present “Buddy Holly & his Buddies” on the 5th September (https://sheffieldcityhall.sivtickets.com/Online/mapSelect.asp).
A face that you might recognise from TV, Ant Middleton, takes to the stage on Wednesday 12th September for a one-man show, where he recounts his extraordinary life in the military. Not only this, but the survival expert turned TV presenter shares his experiences as a modern-day explorer and leader, shares his tales and gossip from his TV shows (SAS: Who Dares Wins, Mutiny, Escape), and an exclusive insight into his future TV projects. If you’re into adventure, you’re sure to love this (https://sheffieldcityhall.sivtickets.com/Online/mapSelect.asp).
I’m sure you’re all well familiar with Jurassic Park, but to celebrate 25 years of ground-breaking film, you could see it like never before, projected in HD with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra performing the breath-taking score live to the projections. Jurassic Park fans would will love it, and it takes place on Thursday 13th September (https://sheffieldcityhall.sivtickets.com/Online/mapSelect.asp).
Having been awarded the ‘The Greatest Elvis Tribute in the World’, transport yourself back in time on Saturday 22nd September and watch a two hour theatre production that recreates two classic Elvis Presley concerts, making you feel like you was really there as you leave the venue (https://sheffieldcityhall.sivtickets.com/Online/mapSelect.asp).
O2 Academy Sheffield
I’ve spoken about this event again and again, but if you’ve not been before then you’re really missing out! A favourite amongst the younger population of Sheffield, Bongo’s Bingo can only be described as Bierkeller meets Bingo. There’s a lot of cash to be won, along with other obscure prizes. Expect to sing and dance whilst standing on the benches too, and a lot of alcohol. I guarantee it will be one of your favourite nights of the month, and it’s on twice this month, Monday 17th September, and Wednesday 26th September (https://academymusicgroup.com/o2academysheffield/events/1177501/bongos-bingo-tickets).
Fly DSA Arena
I’d probably correct in assuming that if you’re wanting to see Arctic Monkeys live, then you’ve probably already bought your tickets for the 18th, 19th, 21st or 22nd September. Following the release of their new album, ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’, Arctic Monkeys announced a number of arena shows including these hometown gigs at Sheffield’s FlyDSA Arena. If you manage to get tickets or already have them, then why not give us a call and enquire about our availability so you can also spend the night here (http://www.flydsaarena.co.uk/whats-on/arctic-monkeys-5590#_descriptionWrapper).
Star of TV, film and stage, Sharon Small, is a stubborn, clever and driven professional at the top of her game, until she’s diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 50. This new adaptation of the award-winning novel truthfully acknowledges life with a progressive disease and is a unique insight into the experience of a woman fighting to maintain her identity as her world completely changes. You can watch this incredible show from Wednesday 12th until Saturday 15th September (https://www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk/whats-on/still-alice).
Between Thursday 20th and Saturday 22nd September, acclaimed choreographers of the Bollywood music scene, along with the spectacular new songs from Oscar winner A.R Rahman’s brand-new musical takes to the Lyceum Theatre. Direct from a sell-out London season, Taj Express is brought to life by Bollywood’s greatest dancers and musicians along with an incredible soundtrack set to immerse you in the heart of Bollywood. If you’ve never seen a Bollywood musical before, whether it be on stage or screen, then you can expect fun, excitement and a whole lot of colour (https://www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk/whats-on/taj-express).
If you’ve seen anything you like coming up this month, then give us a call on 0114 241 2566, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, and check to see what availability we might have for your time here. If you enjoyed reading the blog, then tweet us @CityCrashPad and let us know what you might like to see in future blogs, or message us on Facebook!