Sheffield City Hall since 1932, one of the best live venues in Sheffield City Centre.
See the best acts in the magnificent Irwin Mitchell Oval Hall, the intimate Memorial Hall or the art deco Ballroom.
Home of the Last Laugh Comedy Cabaret every weekend and the Sheffield International Concert Season bringing renowned orchestras, soloists and classical music to the city.
Car parking is available near to Sheffield City Hall including Rockingham Street Q Park which is a few minutes walk away.
Tram - Sheffield City Hall has it's own tram stop on both Yellow (Meadowhall to Middlewood) and Blue (Halfway to Malin Bridge) routes.
Bus - The City Hall lies on several bus routes and is a 5 minute walk from the Bus Station.
Train - A number of train companies serve Sheffield Train Station, including East Midlands Trains, offering trains to/from Chesterfield, Derby, Leicester and London. The train station is a 5 minute walk from Sheffield City Hall.
The City Hall has lifts to all floors and accessible toilets are available on all levels.
Accessibility Throughout City Hall
Sheffield City Hall has designated access points for wheelchairs users.
Foyer & Irwin Mitchell Oval Hall
When looking at the main entrance to the City Hall there is an access ramp located at the front of the building to the left hand side, behind the row of poster adverts.
Entry to the Memorial Hall, which is located at the back of the City Hall is ground level making the area accessible for all.
Entrance to the Ballroom is at the side of the City Hall and customers can gain access to the Ballroom via a lift at the Ballroom entrance.
Blind & Partially Sighted
Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas of the building.
Further accessibility information can be found here.