1. Sally Doherty, Live bossa nova, and Latin jazz, chilled easy listening, Cubana, Leopold Square, Sheffield, S1, 7.30pm, free admission.
2. Quiz Night, Red Lion, 93-95 Penistone Road, Grenosoide, Sheffield, S35 8QH, 6pm. tel. 0114 4383115.
3. General Knowledge Quiz, plus jackpot quiz, themed picture quiz, Hillsborough Hotel, Langsett Road, Sheffield, 9pm, 50p per team for a £20 Beer tab. Free chips for every team. Tel. 0114 2322100.
4. Bingo & Games Night, with Jamie B, The Milestone, peaks Square, Crystal Peaks, Sheffield, S20 7PH, 8.30pm. Tel. 01444539476.
5. Tuesday Quiz, The weekly pub quiz features a new theme each time, plus free entry and drinks for the winning team. The Horse & Jockey, 250 Wadsley Lane, Sheffield, S6, 9pm.
6. Panel Discussion, The Big Top Across Five Continents, Weston Park Museum, 6–7.30pm, free, please book in advance tel. 0114 2782647. A lively, informed discussion with audience contributions and questions. Circus has travelled all over the globe. From the first circus in the centre of London in 2018, over to Ireland just four years later, it quickly spread throughout Europe, across the ocean to America. Today you can find Circus shows in Lebanese refugee camps, Afghani villages, Chinese cities and Australian avant garde theatres. There’s not a continent where Circus – the original pop-up – hasn’t made an appearance. There’s even been a show in Antarctica. Come and explore this uniquely world-wide phenomenon with a panel of experts from four different continents. What is the universal appeal of circus? Does having few words means having fewer national boundaries? Is there something about the Circus art form that appeals beyond cultural differences? How has circus evolved as it’s moved from pitch to pitch, place to place. How does where it’s made affect how Circus is performed?
7. Circus! Discovery Days, The People Behind the Performance, Weston Park Museum, 12-3pm. Our popular interactive Discovery Days at Weston Park get a circus makeover this summer – come along each week and find out more about a different part of the circus story, from the performers to the people who worked behind the scenes, and even the audiences they entertained. Pay what you feel, just turn up.
8. Chapeltown and Ecclesfield Townswomen’s Guild, meeting at Chapeltown Methodist Church, 2pm. Visitors/New Members always welcome. For further details tel. 01142 458837.
9. Doncaster Unite the Union Retired Members Association, welcome all new and old members at the Trades and Labour Club, Doncaster. For further info contact the branch secretary, Paul Smillie tel. 07595314613.
10. Autism Dialogue Programme, ommon Room, The Hubs, Sheffield Hallam University, 1.30-5pm, free. A student-organised, group led programme for all Autistic Students and Staff (from any university). Dialogue is a free exchange of ideas and information without an agenda and provides the opportunity to examine preconceptions and prejudices among peers, by open conversation with active, non-judgemental listening. It is important to note, Dialogue is not a debate or a seminar where people convene with an agenda in place, either individually or collectively. 30 spaces only. Please attend all sessions if you can. No experience necessary. Booking & Further Info http://bit.ly/2zFHM13