One of the most renowned venues in the UK and home of the Snooker World Championships. This iconic venue sits in the heart of the city of Sheffield and there is not a bad seat in the house. It is always a joy to watch snooker here, with the best quality tables and players. It is also a theatre for the rest of the year hosting regular performances.

The O2 Arena, or North Greenwich Arena, was primarily purpose built for the 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics hosted in London. It is a 20,000 capacity venue primarily used for live music and is located at the centre of The O2. The arena is the first American-style, multi-purpose arena in London and house a multitude of restaurants, bars, shops, cinemas and other activities.

Beautifully designed sleek and modern events venue hosting a wide range of sporting events & concerts, located in Glasgow. It is the largest indoor venue of its kind in Scotland.

Due for completion in May 2024 the brand new CO-OP Live arena in Manchester is set to become Britain’s largest indoor arena. Set near the Etihad Campus 2 miles from the centre of the city this new complex will be state of the art and used for UK tours of some of the world’s biggest artists, major sporting events and comedy shows.

The Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury is one of the most prestigious venues in Kent. Currently in its 3rd incarnation, it is contemporary in design, opening in 2011 to host some of the best performers on the comedy, music and performing arts circuit. Being local to us it has a special place in our hearts too and we love to see events here, there is not a bad seat in the house!

British Summer Time Hyde Park (BST Hyde Park) is a music festival held over two weekends once a year in London’s Hyde Park. Open air, general admission standing tickets only and 14 days of live music, eating, drinking and fun activities. BST Hyde Park happens once a year in July.

The O2 Arena, or North Greenwich Arena, was primarily purpose built for the 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics hosted in London. It is a 20,000 capacity venue primarily used for live music and is located at the centre of The O2. The arena is the first American-style, multi-purpose arena in London and house a multitude of restaurants, bars, shops, cinemas and other activities.

Manchester Arena, built in 1995, is the largest indoor sporting and live music venue in Europe. Over the years some of most memorable events in the UK happened at the Manchester Arena. Artists such as U2, The Rolling Stones, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Pavarotti and the record-breaking 2010/2011 residency by local comedian Peter Kay claim a spot on the arena’s history board. And then there are a few homegrown, local artists you might have heard of; Take That, Oasis, Elbow, New Order, James, Happy Mondays, The Charlatans, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, M People, Doves, Inspiral Carpets, The Verve, Simply Red and The Courteeners.

Motorpoint Arena was opened in 2000 by Olympic gold medalist Jayne Torvill and is part of the National Ice Centre on the site. It has a capacity of 10,000 which makes it biggest live entertainment venue in the East Midlands and has attracted many big acts including Little Mix, Ed Sheeran and Elton John.

The Sheffield Arena was built in 1991 and opened by Her Majesty The Queen when opening the World Student Games. It has a 13,600 capacity for concerts. The Arena is not only used for concerts but is also the home venue for the Sheffield Steelers ice hockey team and hosts many international events such as boxing and darts. Oasis played their first ever Arena gig at the Arena back in 1995 and Eddie Izzard played the first ever comedy show there in 2003. Another highlight before the major refurbishment of 2013 was when Tina Turner played her final ever Arena show there in May 2009. After it’s refurbishment it hosted one of the most popular shows ever to be held at the arena when the Arctic Monkeys played in their hometown. This broke the ticket sales record previously held by Pulp. It continues to be a regular on the UK tour circuit of many international bands.