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Guide to Sheffield City Hall

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How to find us
AddressBarker's Pool
Yorkshire and the Humber
S1 2JA
Reino Unido
Google maps53° 22' 50.997" N 1° 28' 20.647" W

About the Concert Season

As a fundamental element of Sheffield City Hall’s history since 1932, the Sheffield International Concert Season continues to celebrate the incredible classical music scene in the Steel City. We are proud to welcome a range of the world’s most dynamic orchestras, conductors and soloists to the heart of Sheffield. Our historic building offers a unique classical music experience that leaves audiences and performers returning back to the season every year.

Every season we welcome a number of prestigious orchestras from across the globe, including the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestre National de Lille. We also welcome some of the top UK orchestras to the Oval Hall stage including the BBC Philharmonic, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and our resident orchestra – The Hallé.

What You Can Expect on Concert Evenings

As well as the thrilling music being performed, Sheffield City Hall concert evenings offer the full package for the ultimate classical music experience. For each concert there are programmes available for just £3. This will give you the full picture of the works being performed, the conductor, soloist and orchestra.

Seating is split over three levels: stalls, circle and balcony. Each tier will give you a different experience of a concert; from up close and personal on the outer circle, to a full top view on the balcony, each seat will allow you to be surrounded by some of the finest classical music ever composed. As a fully accessible building, lifts are located at either end of the foyer giving access to all floor levels.

The City Bar at Sheffield City Hall offers a relaxed setting to enjoy a drink and catch up with friends before the concert. With a wide range of hot and cold beverages and a selection of wines, draught beers and spirits on offer, the City Bar is the ideal meeting place.

For some of our concerts there will be an option to dine with us in the idyllic City Hall Ballroom. With a range of dishes, prepared to order by our chef, this is the perfect way to start your concert evening. Look out for pre-concert dining through our website and on the concert pages.