Top 10 Things to do this week

If you're looking for something to do this week then look no further, here's our top ten.

Annie Get Your Gun

Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, until Saturday, January 21

Saddle up and join Sheffield Theatres for the wildest of Wild West musicals – Annie Get Your Gun. Sharp shootin’, smart talkin’ Annie Oakley is a force to be reckoned with. But when she’s pitched against the charming, fiercely competitive Frank Butler, has she finally met her match? Aimed straight at the heart, Irving Berlin’s sensational musical from the Golden Age of Broadway includes such classics as There’s No Business Like Show Business, Anything You Can Do and I Got The Sun In The Morning And The Moon At Night, as well as whip-cracking choreography from Sheffield favourite, Alistair David. Ticket prices and show times vary. Tel: 0114 249 600

Disney on Ice

Arena, December 14 - 18

Be magically whisked away to wintry Arendelle by dazzling special effects and astonishing skating as you sing and dance along to inspiring songs including Let It Go. Join royal sisters Anna and Elsa, the hilarious snowman Olaf, Kristoff and Sven, as they journey to discover that true love is the most magical power of all! Hosted by Mickey and Minnie, with special appearances by beloved Disney Princesses and characters from all-time favourites like Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story, Finding Nemo and Disney’s The Lion King. This unforgettable celebration will leave your family with memories to last a lifetime. Tel: 0114 256 5656

The Snow Child

Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield, December 14 toJanuary 7

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A wintery tale full of warmth this Christmas. Once upon a time there was a man and his wife who loved one another dearly, and although they were happy there was just one thing they longed for: a child of their own. So one cold, white winter’s day, they sculpt a daughter out of snow and something magical and extraordinary happens. Let the award-winning company Unicorn Theatre transport you into a wintery world of warmth this Christmas. This striking, visual show with live music and enchanting puppetry is a vibrant and inventive retelling of a classic folktale that is both funny and touching. Show times and ticket prices vary by day. Tel: 0114 249 6000

The Snowman

City Hall, December 15, 1.30pm and 7pm

Something magical is happening this Christmas, big screen, iconic film, world class musicians, a magical Christmas show! Hear top musicians perform Howard Blake’s beautiful soundtrack in synchronicity with the film. £20, £17, £15. Tel: 2789789

Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs

Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield, until January 8

Don’t miss this fun-packed, family pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs promises to be top-quality entertainment. Ticket prices and show times vary. Tel: 249600

Hollywood on Ice

iceSheffield, until tomorrow

A spectacular ice skating show featuring stunning performances from over 200 skaters, performing to some of your favourite Hollywood movie soundtracks. Show times cvary by day. Tickets £9, £5 conc and £5 children. Tel: 0114 223 3900

Street City: Street Food Night Festival

Ecclesall Rd, December 16-18

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A Winter Wonderland experience with some of best street foods traders around, live music and entertainment. You can find the festival at 863 Ecclesall Rd. Open from 4pm on Friday 16 and finishes 9pm on Sunday.

Thor’s Tipi

Peace Gardens, Sheffield City Centre, runs until December 31

A Christmas pop-up bar with a difference. Thor’s Tipi Bar - playing on Yorkshire’s Viking heritage - will be a novel experience for Christmas shoppers and revelers alike. Two linked canvas tipis will form the bar, festooned with lighting and decked out with wooden tables and benches, cosy furs and a fire pit. An outdoor heated area will allow customers to soak up the festival atmosphere whilst watching the hustle and bustle around them. Serving local draft ales, mulled wine and hot cider, the fully licensed bar will have something to warm everyone’s cockles. A hot chocolate station allows kids, big and small, to choose a topping for their homemade chocolate treat. Cooking up a delicious outdoor winter barbeque every day will be local food company BBQ Collective, renowned for its top quality homemade fare. Free entry, you can also reserve for large groups via a redeemable deposit system. Tel: 01653 610020

The Great Gatsby

Moor Theatre Delicatessen, Sheffield, runs until December 31

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It’s the roaring 1920s – an era of bootleg liquor, red hot jazz and some of the most swinging parties in town. Created across Theatre Deli’s labyrinthine building on The Moor, step in to a heart racing adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s seminal jazz-age story. The Guild and Theatre Deli have created a night out like no other. Over two and half hours you will dance, chase and infiltrate your way through one of the greatest stories of the 20th Century. Come and join the party. Tickets £20 (£15 concession). Tel: 0114 278 6500

Sheffield Christmas Markets

Fargate, Sheffield City Centre, runs until December 24, 10am-6pm

This market has grown from a handful of cabins on the main shopping area of Sheffield to an entire Christmas experience of 50 cabins. Santa’s Grotto is at the heart of the event with the much loved Sleigh Bar and the traditional German Sausage grill. Fargate will host log cabins selling a variety of themed goods and many Sheffield independent traders will showcase all that is great with the Sheffield retail scene. Santa’s Grotto guarantees a meeting with the big man himself with a photo opportunity and top quality gifts for every child. Free to attend.