Take a look around the John Street Triangle

Ever wondered what goes on inside Sheffield’s Triangle district?

Visitors can find out tomorrow when the area known as The John Street Triangle opens itself up to reveal its secrets.

The triangle, between John Street, Hill Street and Bramall Lane, contains some amazing industrial buildings, once workspaces for Sheffield’s Little Mesters.

Inside the buildings is a hive of activity with metal craft workshops, artists’ and musicians’ studios, jewellers, tattooists, photographers, and even a climbing wall.

The Triangle is the place that stainless steel cutlery was first made, the Arctic Monkeys made their demos and Def Leppard got their music together.

The open day takes place from 11am to 3pm at four buildings – Portland Works, Stag Works, Clifton Works and Harland Works – together with a studio in nearby Harwood Street.

Visitors are invited to enjoy a variety of displays and activities, including printing family portraits onto T-shirts at Subliminal Studios, jamming in Bok Studio, and DJing with Riddimtion.