How to Get Here
The Crucible, Studio, and Lyceum Theatres form a complex situated on the same site in the centre of Sheffield, close to the Millennium and Graves Art Galleries and the Central Library.
Sheffield Theatres is located in Sheffield’s city centre. The main theatre entrances are in Tudor Square, which can be approached on foot from Arundel Gate, Norfolk Street, or Surrey Street.
Sheffield Theatres work in partnership with Q Park on Charles St (S1 2NB) to provide discounted, safe parking for our audiences on both matinee and evening performances.
Speak to the Box Office or a member of the Front of House team to claim your 1 hour free parking voucher either in advance of your visit or on the night. Please click on the logo below for more information about parking here or download the map on the left.
Q Park is accessible for wheelchair users. There are a number of spaces available for blue badge holders as well as a number of parent and child parking bays.
In addition on-street parking for blue badge holders is available on Norfolk Street and Surrey Street.
Sheffield Theatres preferred taxi partner is Sheffield City Taxis Ltd. Tel: 0114 2393939 Find out more about City Taxis.
City Taxis have cars accessible for people with mobility difficulties and wheelchair users. If you wish to book a taxi please call 0114 2393939.
Sheffield Theatres is delighted to be working in partnership with East Midlands Trains and Stagecoach Group this year. East Midlands Trains run fast frequent services between London, Leicester, Derby, Chesterfield and Sheffield with two trains operating every hour to and from the capital throughout the day, Monday to Saturday. Book your train travel on the East Midlands Trains website and help support Sheffield Theatres.
We are 5-10 minutes walk from the train station and the transport interchange nearby. Leave the train station, cross the road and walk straight up Howard Street, by Sheffield Hallam University. Cross over Arundel Gate at the pedestrian crossing and Millennium Galleries is in front of you. Walk up the obvious ramp to the right of the gallery entrance and continue along Surrey Street until Tudor Square and the theatres appear on your right.