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A giant, 28 metre (90 foot) long inflatable sculpture of an E. coli bacterium
A giant, 28 metre (90 foot) long inflatable sculpture of an E. coli bacterium

KrebsFest: October–November 2015

Exploring hidden worlds

Join us for stunning exhibits, such as our giant E. coli sculpture, as we celebrate the work of our Nobel Prize winning academic Sir Hans Krebs.

KrebsFest events and research

What’s on is your home for information on public events at the University.

Be inspired and entertained by events on a range of different topics. We host hundreds of events all over the city each year.

Our events are for everyone and many of them are free.

Drama and films

Our Drama Studio hosts drama, dance, opera and music productions and you can see a programme of films in our very own independent cinema.

All drama and films
Hamlet performance

Open days, exhibitions and family events

We have lots of events for the whole family including Sheffield’s most mind-boggling museum where you can discover curious creatures such as fossilised flying dinosaurs.

All open days and events
Animal skeleton

Full calendar of events

Girl playing saxophone in street

Music and entertainment

Listings for our music events, including concerts by our students and visiting artists of international standing.

All music and entertainment events

Lectures, seminars and conferences

Expand your mind: learn from our brilliant academic staff and hear from the best guest speakers.

What's coming up
Professor Tony Ryan giving a demonstration

Catch-up video

The failure of austerity

Lord Robert Skidelsky, author, academic and Life Peer in the House of Lords, dissects the recent political economic trajectory of Britain and other parts of Europe for SPERI’s annual lecture.

Watch the lecture
Lord Skidelsky

What's on: autumn/winter

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See inside the Alfred Denny Museum