The Great Sheffield Art Show
01 Jul 2059
The Millennium Gallery Sheffield , Sheffield
The Millennium Gallery is situated in the centre of Sheffield on Arundel Gate, opposite Sheffield Hallam University and next to the Novotel. It is close to the Graves Gallery on Surrey Street and the Town Hall.
From the M1 leave at junction 33 and take the A57 to Sheffield. Follow signs for the city centre and the theatres.
There is plenty of car parking across the city. The closest are the NCP car park at the Crucible Theatre and the
We are 5-
By Bus and Tram
The Millennium Gallery is easily reached from any city centre bus and tram stop.
Dates & Times
● Sun 18th November: 10am –
The Millennium Gallery Sheffield
There is disabled access to the show. Staff will be on hand to assist if required, please inform us of any large disabled groups that will be attending the show.
All of the exhibits are for sale in the exhibition and online. They can be collected on Sunday the 18th of November at 4.30pm and on Monday the 19th during the day, or by prior arrangement later from Enormous Art Ltd. You can pay using cash, cheque, debit & credit cards. GSAS Terms & Conditions apply.
What is the male/female split?
For most events we endeavour to keep the gender split as even as possible however where it isn't even it is generally not far off, sometimes with a 60/40 split.
I'd prefer not to pay online, can I just turn up and pay at the door?
For most events you can! We recommend people pay online to guarantee their place and to ensure we cater for the correct number. However you can simply turn up on the day of the event, unless the event specifically says pre-bookings only.
I don't own a printer to print out my ticket
You don't need to print out your event ticket if you don't have a printer or are unable to. Your name will be on the guest list at the door, you just simply turn up and tell the door host your real name or RSVP user name. If you have booked multiple tickets for your friends they will need to quote your name to get in. Please try and come all at the same time to avoid confusion on the night.