With December just around the corner, get a head start on the Christmas presents and take advantage of the Black Friday sales going on this weekend. If shopping isn’t your cup of tea, there are plenty of activities and cultural events going on as well. Here are our top picks.
I Can Read With My Eyes Shut
Nov 27-Dec 19
S1 Artspace, S2 5QX
The new exhibition on the ground floor gallery of Park Hill showcases the work of Emily Musgrave, Joseph Cutts, Natalie Finnemore and Peter Martin. All four artists are supported by the S1 Artspace bursary programme, supporting graduates in their first year of the profession.
November 27- 28, various times
Based on the book by Daphne du Maurier, the play follows Maxim de Winter’s new bride, who is haunted by the lingering presence of her husband’s first wife, Rebecca.
Bread in a Day - Bread-making Class
November 28, 10am
£39.95, book at the Showroom Box Office
The workshop will introduce a range of different bread-making techniques, with a chance for participants to give it a go. The fee will include ingredients, coffee, tea, pastries, cake and lunch.
November 29, 9.30am
Support Blind Veterans UK and run in the festive 5k Santa Dash. The registration fee includes a free Santa suit, and children of all ages are ages can attend for free.
Alternative Christmas Fair
November 28, 11am
Trafalgar Warehouse, S1 4JT
This city centre Christmas fair will include a Santa’s grotto, farmer’s market and craft stall. A magician will be turning tricks along with other entertainment. Seasonal offerings such as mulled wine and mince pies will also be available.
November 27-28, various times
Unit 12, 92 Burton Road S3 8DA
This pop-up gallery in Kelham Island will only be around for two days, so be sure to check out the international photojournalism from Alex Ekins, Adam Bailes and Ian Buswell.
Black Friday Sales
November 27- December 1
Enjoy Black Friday sales in the city centre, with steep discounts of up to 50 per cent off. The shops are Meadowhall are also running promotions until Tuesday, December 1, so now is the time to think ahead and save big on Christmas presents.