Visit Sheffield City Hall this March for a whole host of exciting events. From Fire Dance to funny stand up, ballet to powerlifting, Sheffield City Hall has an event for everyone.
Sheffield City Hall kicks off the March events calendar with a double dose of comedy courtesy of Kevin Bloody Wilson (1st) and Mark Thomas' 50 Things About Us (1st) tour. Catch comedian Tommy Tiernan (4th) later in the week for an exhilarating night of stand up.
With eight Top 10 U.K. albums to their name, multi-award winning Clannad bring us their ‘In a Lifetime’ The Farewell World Tour (4th). Other concerts include English Chamber Orchestra (6th March) and Elvis Costello & the Imposters: Just Trust (7th) with a pre-show dining experience available.
Inspired to sing? Open to all, Lunchtime Choir (4th, 11th, 18th, 25th) is the lunchtime community choir across genres of folk, gospel, pop and blues. First timers welcomed.
For fans of comedy, TV funny-man Jimmy Carr brings an evening of political in-correctness with his Terribly Funny (8th) tour and disabled comedians Jack Carroll and Pete Selwood present Impairment: A Disability Sketch Show (12th).
Discover the love story of an Ethiopian princess and Egyptian General in the emotional opera Aida (11th), with the following day bringing Latin spectacular Firedance (12th) starring Strictly favourites Gorka Marquez and Karen Hauer.
With over 10 million album sales, critically acclaimed musician and songwriter Jamie Cullum (13th) brings his tour to Sheffield City Hall, with a pre-show dining experience also available.
Kicking off the week is the classic romantic ballet Swan Lake (15th), performed by Russia's acclaimed ballet company Russian State Ballet of Siberia.
Comedy legend Alexei Sayle (17th & 18th) brings his first stand-up tour in 7 years to the City Hall across two days, following the success of his Radio 4 'Imaginary Sandwich Bar' show.
Sheffield music trio Heaven Seventeen (19th), founded by The Human League's Martyn Ware will be covering The Human League's debut albums alongside their own material. Pre-show dining experience available. The Hallé (21st) symphony orchestra and Sir Mark Elder perform Beethoven, Butterworth & Vaughan Williams as part of Sheffield's Beethoven 250th birthday celebration weekend.
With the last stand-up show in March, veteran Canadian comedian Tom Stage (22nd) brings his mischief and wit to the City Hall. For nostalgic music lovers, two of the noughties biggest boybands Westlife and Boyzone join forces for the Boyzlife tour (24th) and you can experience the magic of David Bowie as a group of performers recreate Bowie's greatest hits at The Bowie Collective (25th March).
The Sheffield 2020 Powerlifting Championships (28th and 29th) marks the end of March's event calendar, bringing together 12 men and 12 women from across the globe to beat world records and compete for the title of Champion of Champions.