Christmas at The Printhouse

We are very excited to announce that we are launching Christmas at The Printhouse ; a special package deal offering you exclusive use of our venue, a Christmas meal catered for by the Real Junk Food Project Sheffield and a welcome drink. If you’re still searching for the perfect space for your office party, a get together with friends or somewhere for your sports club, craft group or board games club to meet then we could be it.

One of the perks of hiring The Printhouse for your Christmas celebration is that the space is available exclusive to you. This means that you have entire use of our venue yourself, so you can use the space for that all important Christmas entertainment that makes the party what it is! Think photo booth props, Christmas themed charades, festive quizzes.

As part of Christmas at The Printhouse you will also have access to our Spotify account so you can either use our Christmas party playlist or come up with your own. The venue will be ready decorated but you’re also welcome to add your own touches and personalise it to your party theme if you have one.

With bookings available for three – four hours, any time from 1pm – 9pm, let us know what your requirements are and we’ll see if it works. Minimum booking 25 people. Cost £35 per head.

Dates still available are: Friday 23rd November, Wednesday 28th November, Thursday 29th November, Friday 30th November, Saturday 1st December, Thursday 6th December, Monday 10th December, Wednesday 12th December, Monday 17th December, Wednesday 19th December, Thursday 20th December.

If you’re interested in booking your Christmas celebration with us fill in the form below and we’ll be in touch!


Co-Working, Events, This month

Eventful October

Eventful October is just that this month at The Printhouse and we’re excited to be welcoming lots of new people into the venue.

Grow UK started their training programme last week, which will be running throughout the next couple of months. Grow is a local youth employment charity specialising in working with 16 – 24 years old with barriers to employment whether through confidence, background, experience or personal circumstances. Follow them on Instagram at grow_uk to see what they’re up to and to see The Printhouse in action.

Off the Shelf Festival Of Words kicked off their events yesterday at The Printhouse with Poetry with Finuala Downing and Elizabeth Barrett and there are six more events lined up over the next couple of weeks as part of their literature festival. In fact they’re running a whole host of events across the city throughout October. Check out their website for more information.

We’ve also had our first baby shower and will be hosting some corporate training. This Thursday we’re also holding another pop up co-working space in partnership with Space to Breathe in the venue. If you’re a local business, sole trader or social enterprise, pop along and enjoy the unlimited wifi, free refreshments and inspiring company; I’ve really loved being part of this space.

If you want to get any of these dates in your diary, they’re all listed on our Events This Month.

Co-Working, Partnership


Last week we hosted Work:Space, a pop up co-working space, in partnership with Space to Breathe who are based in our offices. It ran as a two day drop in for start-ups, social enterprises and sole traders. The aim was to create a space to connect with likeminded people with some wellbeing support available from Andy at Space to Breathe. There was coffee and tea on tap, free wifi and various spaces to work in.

Work:Space ran as a trial to bring together people in the city who are starting new things. Sheffield is now a Social Enterprise city and we have such a rich culture of new and innovative businesses so we were excited to connect with some of the people doing these things.

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It was great have a mix of different people join us who are doing a whole raft of things across the city. Katherine and Rhiannon of Andro and Eve who ‘create unique, feel good events that celebrate queer culture’. Ant of Creative Stream which ‘specialises in awesome design’. Ben who runs his own web agency. JP who works in communications but is looking to start up something new. Holly of SimplYou Coaching. And many more.

I loved meeting people who were doing things that are completely different to what I do in my every day. It was interesting to hear about people’s experiences of working on their own and as someone who works better in a busy space, I appreciated being able to be part of Work:Space.

We don’t know what the future of Work:Space is going to look like; keep your eyes peeled for more information as we get our heads together after a fab couple of days. If you are interested in a more permanent co-working space then check out some of the excellent spaces in Sheffield such as Union St and Roco.



Hello and welcome to The Printhouse.

Today we’re having a bit of a celebration because although we’ve been around as a venue for just over a year now, we have just launched our website.

We’re hoping that it tells you what you want to know about our venue and makes it easy for you to get in touch with us. If there’s anything we haven’t covered, do get in touch!

We’re excited about our venue in the city centre being somewhere that you can come and use to celebrate, learn and have space in the daily grind to play. If you’ve got an idea of what you could use the space for then do get in touch.

Our Events Manager is here to help with your venue queries and is looking forward to welcoming you to The Printhouse.