10 things to do this weekend

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Looking for something to do with the family this weekend? Why not try one of our 10 things to do?

Looking for something to do with the family this weekend? Why not try one of our 10 things to do?

1. Yorkshire in Yellow

Millennium Gallery, Sheffield, Saturday 31 May- Sunday September 7

As Yorkshire counts down to the Grand Départ of the Tour de France this summer, the Millennium Gallery is set to debut a major new display inspired by the Tour’s most iconic symbol. Part of the official Yorkshire Festival 2014, Yorkshire in Yellow showcases some of the region’s top creative talent joining a host of internationally-renowned designers to celebrate the ‘Maillot Jaune’, the Tour’s yellow jersey. Free entry. Tel: 0114 278 2600

2. Wu Chi-Tsung’s Dust

Site Gallery, Sheffield, running until Saturday May 31, 11am-5.30pm

Last chance to catch Taiwanese artist Wu Chi-Tsun’s interactive exhibition Dust. Inviting audiences to witness a shifting cityscape, filling the space with moving light and shadow. Free. Tel: 0114 2812077

3. Devonshire Market

Devonshire Green, Sheffield City Centre, Saturday May 31, 11am-6pm

Inspired by Portabello Road, Devonshire Market has a different vibe unlike any other in the north. Sip a cocktail, find a bargain and fill your tummy with fabulous foodie treats. The market is a cool mix of talented designers, makers and creators. There’s a range of stalls stocking vintage, reworked fashion, handmade arts and crafts, jewellery, antiques, records, farm produce, street food, and lots more. You can always count on finding something that you didn’t expect! Free to attend. Tel: 0114 2945057

4. Live at Leopold

Leopold Square, Sheffield, Sunday June 1, 2pm-4.30pm
Leopold Square continue with their summer programme of live music, dance and entertainment, taking place through to September. 
This week, Sheffield’s King of Swing John Naylor brings his guitar-led swing band and Northern charm back to the square. 
The first Sunday of every month is the Dizzies’ residency, so bring your dancing shoes. Free to attend. Tel: 0844 800 3335

5. Myths, Mysteries of Sheffield Castle

Manor Lodge Discovery Centre, Manor Lane, June 2, 7pm to 9pm

Discover tales of cannon balls, coffins, missing masonry and the violent death of Erasmus Sands.Booking essential. Call 2762828 email info@greenestate.org Tickets £4 for Friends of Sheffield Castle, £5 others.

6. Billy Smart’s Circus

Hillsborough Park, Sheffield, until June 1

Britain’s most famous circus comes to Sheffield, brimming with a combination of acrobatics, comedy, music, juggling and aerial feats. There are no animals and quality and innovation are at the top of the agenda. Adult tickets £12-£26, Children £10-£18. Show times vary by day. Tel: 0113 260 2444

7. Dawn French

Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield, Thursday June 5- Sunday June 8, 8pm daily
One of Britain’s best loved female comedians comes to Sheffield. 30 Million Minutes will consist of various delights and riches, with the odd irksome tribulation thrown in, as Dawn takes audiences through the various lessons life has taught her, and the things she knows for sure. Tickets start from £35. Tel: 0114 249 6000

8. Enchanted Fairy Forest

Tropical Butterfly House, Sheffield, running until Monday June 2, 10am – 5.30pm

The Tropical Butterfly House offer a day out at the zoo with a difference as they host their popular annual event. The centre’s woods will become home to fairy villages and tiny pixie dwellings, with special guided tours throughout the day for guests to explore a magical world where fairies, gnomes and other magical creatures, including a new attraction for this year, a seven-feet tall dragon, can be spotted among the trees and flowers. The centre’s standard Animal Encounters will also available providing the opportunity to meet birds of prey, meerkats, parrots, reptiles, insects and more at close quarters. Adults £8 Children £7 (Under 3s admitted free) OAP/Students £7.50. Tel: 01909 569 416

9. Boeing Boeing

Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, running until Saturday June 7

A Sheffield Theatres Production, Jonathan Humphreys (Happy Days, The Village Bike) returns to Sheffield to direct this hilarious farce on the Crucible stage. When Bernard’s air hostess fiancée turns up at his apartment on an unscheduled stopover, he’s delighted to see her. The problem is, his other two girlfriends have had the same idea. As all three women prepare for a night with their husband-to-be, can Bernard stop his beautifully designed love life from crash landing? Tickets start from £10. Show times vary by day. Tel: 0114 249 6000

10. Garden Up

Botanical Gardens, Sheffield, Saturday June 7 & Sunday June 8, 10am-6pm
Sheffield’s Premier Flower and Garden Show will take place this summer at The Botanical Gardens in Sheffield. This two-day family event will showcase talent from the worlds of horticulture, architecture, landscape, art & design and more. Over 60 exhibitors and trade stands, garden sculpture, outdoor furniture and ideas for garden features are among the many attractions to enjoy. Adults £7.50 on gate, Concessions/OAP/Students £6 on gate. Tel: 07891 210315