Whether you prefer to sip a quiet pint in one of its many pubs or rave until the early hours, Sheffield’s nightlife offers something for pretty much every taste.
Ecclesall Road, West Street and Division Street out themselves as Steel City favourites. Both boast quirky bars and clubs blaring the best indie tunes.
Heading into the centre of Sheffield, West Street is always busy with a host of bars like Walkabout and Varsity.
Picking our shots at the fantastic range of pubs dotted around Steel City, The Leadmill stands as one of the oldest music venues in the city, and when the bands pack up their tour bus, its revered club nights carry its revellers into the early hours.
Home of the infamous 'quad-vod', Corporation is a stripped back student stomping ground, resonating a rock, pop and indie sound policy to ignite your scholarly years in the city. Plug offers a similar experience, looping in the students with cheap drinks and an A-grade indie playlist.
If you're looking for a rave space in the city, head on down to clubbing institutions like Fez and The Harley and Foundry. Look out for institutions like Blow, Banana Hill and The Tuesday Club drafting in your favourite selectors throughout the academic year.