Our Performance Venues - The Drama Studio, The Octagon Centre and Firth Hall - host a range of drama, dance, comedy and music productions and you can see a programme of films in our very own independent cinema, the Students' Union Film Unit.

Our Department of Music Concerts programme includes performances by our students and visiting artists of international standing.   See their individual web pages for full programme details.

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A Sheffield home for musical discovery and understanding.

Classical, World, Jazz... Lunchtime, Rush-Hour, Evening... Informal, Eclectic, Enlightening...

Outstanding artists of the highest national and international standing and performances from our talented students, spanning several genres and styles...what music will you discover?

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The Octagon Centre, The Drama Studio and Firth Hall

Music - Drama - Comedy - Dance

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Live gigs, comedy, spoken word & more at Foundry, Sheffield Students' Union

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Students' Union Film Unit

Students' Union Auditorium every Friday, Saturday and Sunday

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Open Days, Exhibitions & Family events

Lectures, Seminars and Conferences

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Mishka Shubaly

Enquiries E: themarkmcintosh@gmail.com

Tickets £8 - Sales

13 July, 7pm, University Arms

Musician, writer, misanthrope. Mishka Shubaly brings his unique show to Sheffield on Wednesday 13 June at The Raynor Lounge @ Bar One. The show is open to all members of the public.

"The gruff and rough-voiced Shubaly is a chronicler of mankind's darkest impulses and failures, a guy with a ticket to hell and back" - Time Out New York
"If you've ever considered suicide at happy hour, Mishka Shubaly is the songwriter for you" - Doug Stanhope
"A voice that is one part rusty-nail-studded tarmac to one part engine-oil-stained sandpaper" - the Guardian
"A beaming ray of jet-black sunshine" - The Village Voice