Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, co-production with Northern Stage of Edward Albee’s Sixties American classic, a funny and emotionally raw rollercoaster ride into the darkest depths of love and marriage with Sian Thomas and Jasper Britton as the bickering George and Martha, Crucible Theatre, daily (except Sundays), 7.30pm until April 7, matinee Wednesday (£10- £23).
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo , the all-male American company of 16 dancers who perform en pointe in glittering tutus present classics Swan Lake Act II/Pas de Deux and Go for Barocco/Raymonda’s Wedding in their own unique and hilarious way, Lyceum Theatre, Tuesday and Wednesday, 7.45pm (£19.50 - £26.50).
Flood/ Missing People, double bill of plays by Sheffield writers with local themes produced by Red Redemption begins Alice Collins’ story of a wife waiting for her husband to come home on the night the city was engulfed by flood followed by a drama by Gill Buttery in which a former Free Polish airman of the Second World War, reminisces about his escape to England from a German labour camp and receives contrasting reactions from his estranged daughter and his granddaughter, Dempsey’s Bar and Club, Hereford Street, Wednesday-Saturday, 7.30pm (£7/ £6 on the door).
When Will I be Famous?, Hard Graft Theatre Company with new comedy by Mark Whiteley on celebrity culture, Rotherham Arts Centre, Walker Place, Rotherham, Wednesday, 7.30pm (£9/ £7).
Romeo & Juliet, vibrant production by Pilot Theatre, Buxton Opera House, Wednesday and Thursday, April 7, 2pm, 7.30pm, Friday, 7.30pm, Saturday, 2.30pm, 7.30pm (£12.50-£17.50).
Dan Clark Live, stand-up show from the man best known Don Danbury in the BBC3 sitcom How Not to Live Your Life and Johnny Two Hats in The Mighty Boosh, Winding Wheel, Chesterfield, Friday, 8pm (£15); Memorial Hall, Wednesday, 8pm (£15).
GIST Magazine, gathering of folks interested in all forms of creative, digital and geek culture, GIST Lab, The Workstation, Wednesday, 7pm (free, but space is limited so register at http://bit.ly/gistmagevents).
Opportunity Sheffield Jobs Fair, ginving job seekers a chance to meet potential employers, hand over their CVs and be interviewed for new positions, Ponds Forge Skyline Suite, Wednesday, 10:30am – 3pm.
Say It with Colour, fine art classes to learn how to see and understand colour in acrylics and paint to express yourself and enjoy it, Hangingwater Studio, Nether Green Road, Wednesday mornings and afternoons, and now Tuesdays. 6.45-9pm. Also Teenage Art, Tuesdays, 4pm-6pm (Lena 07790 795025, www.sayitwithcolour.co.uk).
Furniture-making for Women, daytime and evening classes to learn how to use hand tools, power tools and machinery and design and make you own furniture projects, The Women’s Workshop, Sheffield City College, Granville Road (2602029).