Seven of the best things to do in Sheffield this week

Join Bloom Sheffield for an open day where the team will be working together to develop and maintain our community flower garden for women and girls. Expect lots of different gardening activities to get stuck into. Heeley & Meersbrook Allotments, S8 9HY. Sunday, October 3, 10am-1pm. Free, but only register for a ticket if you can definitely attend, via

Thursday, 30th September 2021, 6:00 am

The George Crowley Trio performs in Sheffield tomorrow. George has established himself as a key player within London’s burgeoning creative jazz and improv scene. His energy and expressive, warm saxophone sound mark him out as a musician to watch. Crookes Social Club, Mulehouse Road, S10 1TD. Friday, October 1 at 8pm. Tickets available from

Miniatures is a group exhibition of small scale artwork by over 30 UK based artists in the Basement Space at Fronteer Gallery, 18 Exchange Street, S2 5TS. Saturday, October 2, 9-7.30pm. Free. To register

Anomaly Life Drawing classes aim to spark new ideas and ways of drawing by using artist references and set design to help people push your creative boundaries by experimenting with interesting shapes and beautiful forms. The Millowners Arms, Kelham Island, S3 8RY. Tuesday, October 5, 7-9pm. Tickets £9.21. To book

Bloom Sheffield.

Rob Beckett, stand up comedian is at Sheffield City Hall tomorrow Friday, October 1, 8pm. For ticket prices and booking visit

Typical Girls is funny, fierce and furious. Part-gig, part-play. In a specialised unit inside a prison, a group of women discover the music of punk rock band The Slits and form their own group. At the Crucible Theatre until Saturday, October 16. For tickets visit

Laughton Church Harvest Festival, Sheffield, S25 1YB. Come and celebrate the harvest with Maltby Brass Band and a pie and pea Supper. Saturday, October 2. 7pm. Tickets £10 from Simon Johnson 07960257085 or Gill Ramsay 07540327856.

Sheffield Jazz.
Rob Beckett.
Typical Girls.
Laughton Church.