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Paddy Considine in Journeyman (image courtesy of Inflammable Films/Studio Canal)
Paddy Considine in Journeyman (image courtesy of Inflammable Films/Studio Canal)

Accommodating your crew

We’re confident that you and your crew will enjoy working here in Sheffield, with great transport links, a wide selection of accommodation and best of all plenty to do in your spare time, we think you’ll be coming back for more.

 

A great crew

If you need a crew or just a few additions to your team then look no further, the Sheffield region has a wide talent-base of experienced crew. More details are available through the Creative England website.

 

Travel

Sheffield is linked into the national motorway via the M1 and M18. Sheffield is an important hub in the national network of long-distance bus routes.

The Midland Mainline railway links Sheffield to London with other networks travelling across the country.

The closest international airport is Doncaster Sheffield Robin Hood Airport but Manchester, Leeds Bradford and East Midlands are within one hour of the city.

Within Sheffield there is a good bus system and Supertram which connects a number of Sheffield’s suburbs with the city centre and Meadowhall at the edge of the city.

Travel South Yorkshire is a good place to start for all your transport needs while here.

 

Accommodation

Sheffield offers a whole range of accommodation from cheap and cheerful digs to luxury hotel rooms. Located in the city centre or out and about in our communities, you’ll find lodgings to suit your needs.

For more information about where to stay visit the places to stay pages on Welcome to Sheffield.

 

Food and drink

Sheffield offers a range of cuisine reflecting our multicultural population and culture. There is an extensive range of independent cafes, with endless themes. Whatever you fancy you can find in Sheffield.

For more information about places to eat visit the food and drink pages on Welcome to Sheffield.

 

Things to do

Sheffield has a whole host of activities to keep you entertained, from our world class theatres, the Lyceum and Crucible, a selection of large and independent cinemas and our thriving music scene, to the vast array of outdoor activities including climbing, cycling, running or walking in the Peaks or simply enjoying the many parks spread across the city.

To find out what’s happening in Sheffield visit the attractions pages on Welcome to Sheffield and if you love the outdoors check out The Outdoor City website.

 

Sheffield: A film friendly city