Can you see any familiar faces in Sheffield in 1998?

Sheffield was still riding high on the fame of film The Full Monty in 1998 – and a visit by Prince Charles to the city created a classic funny moment.

Tuesday, 28th April 2020, 5:45 pm
Updated Tuesday, 5th May 2020, 7:39 am
The Prince of Wales joins actor Hugo Speer as he imitates a dance from the hit film The Full Monty during his visit to Sheffield on Friday, November 13, 1998
The Prince of Wales joins actor Hugo Speer as he imitates a dance from the hit film The Full Monty during his visit to Sheffield on Friday, November 13, 1998

The royal visitor features among our Retro archive pictures looking back at 1998 in Sheffield and Doncaster.

Students from Sheffield University dress in drag to raise money for Children in Need, November 1998
Fran Hegarty wears a huge Victorian dress at Sheffield Midland Station - part of the Site Galllery's Shunted exhibtion in 1998

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The Revolution Cafe for young people opened its doors in Crookes for the first time in 1998. Seen are some of the young people who worked on the cafe to get it running
Prince Charles meets local youngsters on the Manor Estate in 1998
Boxers at the Doncaster manager John Rushton's gym, from the left are Kasi Kaihau, Carl Tilley, promoter John Rushton, Phil Epton, Mike Alexander, 1998
Taking part in the egg rolling competition at the Royal Oak pub, Tickhill, are, from left, Victoria Taylor, aged ten, Stephen Scothern, aged seven, and Jessica Pearce, aged six, April 13, 1998
Pictured at Hatfields Jaguar garage, Sharrow Vale Road, Sheffield, where the 1998 Jaguar XK180 concept car was on display. Behind the wheel is marketing manager Janine Waddington
Children in Southey got busy building birdboxes for their feathered friends during their half term holidays, working with Sheffield Wildlife Trust at Maggie Fields open space at Dryden Way, off Southey Green Road
Time for some fighting fun at Sheffield Show
You can't get fitter than a quick-fit Steeler, as Tony Hand and Craig Chapman carry tyres around the ice at a training camp at Sheffield Arena
The National Centre for Popular Music, Sheffield, pictured in June 1998.