18-21 OCTOBER 2017
KELHAM ISLAND MUSEUM
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Below is the festival schedule with opening times, admission prices and the programme of music (curated by Saxbob).[schedule start=12:00 end=23:00] [day date=2017-10-18 start=12:00 end=23:00] [session session=evening start=17:00 end=23:00]FREE[/session] [/day] [day date=2017-10-19 start=12:00 end=23:00] [session session=afternoon start=12:00 end=17:00]FREE[/session] [session session=evening start=17:00 end=23:00]£2/CAMRA FREE[/session] [acts] [act start=20:00 end=23:00]
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Fancy Dress Friday
This year the theme is Victorian.
A number of our staff will be getting their top hat and tails, bonnets and petticoats on and visitors are encouraged to join in![/fancy_dress] [/act] [/acts] [/day] [day date=2017-10-21 start=12:00 end=22:00] [session start=12:00 end=22:00]£3/CAMRA £1[/session] [acts] [act start=14:00 end=16:00]
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Starting around 4pm in the marquee.
Proceeds to Weston Park Hospital.[/full_width] [/act] [/acts] [/day] [/schedule]
To take advantage of discounted admission prices, please don’t forget proof of your CAMRA membership.
Admission, programmes (50p) and glasses (£2 – refundable) available on the gate (no advance tickets).
Due to limited capacity, please arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Children accompanied by an adult are welcome until 8pm but must not approach the bars.
Only assistance dogs are allowed in the museum and its grounds.
Vegan and gluten free beers
Vegan and gluten free beers will be on offer (subject to availability).
Sausages and burgers
Lets Go Mexicana
Fish and chips
Grilled cheese sandwiches
Hot and cold pies
Our venue, Kelham Island Museum, is on the actual island created to help the River Don power industry over 900 years ago.
Access is via the drive off Alma Street, by Kelham Island Brewery and the Fat Cat pub. There is no car parking on site but there are limited on street spaces nearby.
The nearest tram stop is Shalesmoor, a 5 minute walk away, the museum is signposted from here. The Blue and Yellow tram routes serve Shalesmoor, with the Blue route providing a direct link from Sheffield rail station and the Yellow route providing a direct link from Meadowhall Interchange. See supertram.com for more information
The nearest bus stops are either Nursery Street, by the Harlequin pub (routes 3, 7, 8) or Gibraltar Street, by Shakespeare’s pub (routes 57, 61, 62, 81, 82, 85, 86). For more information visit travelsouthyorkshire.com.
Trams operate to Shalesmoor from both Sheffield and Meadowhall stations, see tram section above.
From Meadowhall Interchange the Yellow route tram operates direct to Shalesmoor (see tram section above). From Sheffield Interchange bus 57 runs hourly, alternatively it is a 25 minute walk to the festival from here.
Site map[/plan] [areas] [area id=”upper-hall”]
On your right as you enter, up the stairs (or lift) and across the bridge.
Cider and perries
Toilets[/toilets] [/area] [area id=”marquee”]
In the courtyard.
Cider and perries
Traditional pub games[/area] [area id=”courtyard”]
As you enter.
Toilets[/toilets] [/area] [area id=”keg-bar”]
in The Brearley Room
On your right as you enter.
Toilets (off stairwell)[/toilets] [/area] [area id=”millowners-arms”]
Bradfield Brewery Bar
in The Millowners Arms
Straight ahead as you enter, on the right at the end of the courtyard.
Cask beers[/area] [area id=”engine-room”]
Follow the courtyard round to the left and to the end.
The River Don Engine will run at these times:
THU: 12pm, 6pm and 8pm
FRI/SAT: 3pm, 4pm and 8pm[/area] [/areas]