Together In The Square Returns To Sheffield
Sheffield Theatres, supported by The University of Sheffield and Yellow Bus Events, today announce the return of Together in the Square, an outdoor weekend of free events. Taking place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 July, Tudor Square will be transformed into a festival space.
And events including street acts, music, poetry and theatre will be enjoyed by thousands. This year’s Together in the Square will also mark Sheffield Theatres’ participation in the city-wide series of cultural events celebrating the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022. Sheffield and Rotherham will be hosting matches in the tournament from Wednesday 6 to Sunday 31 July.
On Saturday 9 July, performances will run from 11am – 7pm. And on Sunday 10 July between 11am and 4pm. And Sheffield Theatres are offering an open call out for artists who would like to perform during the two-day event. Applications are open now, with details of how to apply to available at sheffieldtheatres.co.uk/jobs.
Alongside other creative events happening across the city, Sheffield Theatres celebrates the history of football in Sheffield. Matches will take place throughout July at both Bramall Lane in Sheffield and New York Stadium in Rotherham. And events such as Together in the Square supports the celebrations throughout South Yorkshire.
“In for a treat”
John Tomlinson is Producer at Sheffield Theatres. Peter said: “It’s so exciting to be presenting a programme of work in the city for our audiences to enjoy for free. And this year, for us to celebrate arts and culture with our rich history with the beautiful game. We will welcome visitors and fans to Tudor Square ahead of the first match at Bramall Lane on Saturday 9 July and hope they’ll enjoy Sheffield’s entertainment with us.
We know from the success of last year’s event that people will love being Together in the Square again. And I can’t wait for the people of Sheffield to see what we’ve been working on at Sheffield Theatres.”
Professor Vanessa Toulmin is Director of City and Culture at the University of Sheffield. She added: “Sheffield residents and visitors are always in for a treat when the University of Sheffield teams up with the excellent team at Sheffield Theatres. And our long-standing events partner, Yellow Bus. Bringing some much-needed life back to the city centre and allowing many local artists and entertainers to display their talents is a wonderful thing to be a part of. Here’s hoping for clear skies, warm weather, and a joyful crowd. The event also takes place on the University’s summer open day, showing prospective students just how exciting Sheffield city can be!”
All performances at Together in the Square will be free with unallocated seating on Tudor Square. Together in the Square is made possible by the support of Sheffield City Council.
More information can be found at sheffieldtheatres.co.uk.