Bank Street Arts

Bank Street Arts was a contemporary art centre in , , England. It was established in January 2008, initially as a studio complex for artists.

Landmarks in the Area

The Crucible Theatre is a theatre in the city centre of , , England which opened in 1971, As well as theatrical performances, it is more famous for hosting the most prestigious event in professional Snooker.

The Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul, Sheffield, usually called simply Sheffield Cathedral, is the cathedral church for the Church of England diocese of , England.

Sheffield Castle was a castle in , , constructed at the confluence of the River Sheaf and the River Don, possibly on the site of a former Anglo-Saxon long house, and dominating the early town.

Sheffield Old Town Hall is a building in Waingate in central , , , opposite Castle Market.

The Cathedral Church of St Marie is the Roman Catholic cathedral in , .

Localities in the Area

Neepsend is a suburb of the city of , it stands just 1 mile north-west of the city centre.

Netherthorpe is a suburb of the City of in England.

Burngreave is an inner city district of , , lying north of the city centre.

Upperthorpe is a suburb of the City of , England.

Pitsmoor is a former village, now a suburb of , England.

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