Seven Things To Do: Join the holiday from hell or listen to jazz

1 Wish You Were Dead: When Detective Superintendent Roy Grace and Cleo Morey take their first holiday together, they hope for a few days away from their everyday worlds of murder and the mortuary. But their dream escape turns out to be the holiday from hell. Lyceum. Tuesday, June 27-Saturday, July 1. Tickets
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Wish You Were Dead

2 Tour of National Emergency Services Museum: A two- hour guided tour of the museum with The Victorian Society. West Bar, S3 8PT. Wednesday, June 28, 2pm. Charge £5. More information from

3 Kenyan Afro pop stars Sauti Sol: farewell tour supported by Doncaster artist Rumbi Tauro, this is the last chance to see the band before they take an indefinite hiatus. The Leadmill. Friday, June 23. Book at

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4 Talk: The Story of Sheffield Pen and Pocket Knives: Hear about the pen and pocketknife industry, which used to thrive in Sheffield. You’ll see a range of pen and pocketknives made in Sheffield, exploring the range of knives and attachments, illustrated with items and catalogues from The Hawley Collection. Wednesday, June 28, 2 -3pm. Free. This talk is organised by the Ken Hawley Collection Trust. Find out more at

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Sauti Sol

5 An evening with Sheffield’ s Blue Seven Jazz band: Blue Seven are a Sheffield- based jazz quartet, entertaining audiences since 2015. On the Brink Co Housing Community Ltd, S11 9BB. Saturday, June 24, 7.30-10pm. Free but £10 donation suggested please.

6 Al fresco children's theatre performances: Exploring the adventures of aliens, Radio Neighbourhood + Boh Boh Finds Home provide interactive outdoor dance drama. South Street Park Amphitheatre. Part of the Migration Matters Festival until June 24. Tickets are free book at

7 Cosmeti-Craft Prosecco Brunch: Have fun socialising and learning a new skill as well as enjoying a fabulous prosecco brunch! All Bar One, S1 2GY. Sunday, June 25. 11am-1pm. Tickets from