Being the oldest running nightclub and live music venue in Sheffield since its debut in 1980, The Leadmill has hosted some of the most notorious live acts in the world. The Leadmill was voted the best live music venue and received numerous national awards in the course of its history. The White Stripes, Suede
, Kings of Leon and James
, all have called the Leadmill’s scene home for a brief chunk of time, thus consecrating the location as one of the most renowned live music scenes in the world.
The Leadmill is situated on 6 Leadmill Rd, Sheffield and can be easily reached by car and public transportation.
By train and tube: The venue is at a two minutes walk away from the Sheffield Train Station and a three minutes walk from the Sheffield Hallam University tram station.
By bus: The Leadmill is only a few minutes away from the City Center’s Sheffield Interchange where you can find regular and express bus services, including lines 7,8, 50, 120, and a bunch of other routes.
By car: Getting there by car will require you to take the A61 road until you reach the Leadmill Road. Make sure you always reach the right place by typing the S1 4SE postcode into your Sat Nav.
International: The Leadmill is situated at a 46 minutes drive from the Doncaster Sheffield Airport, so visitors of the city can enjoy a quick cab ride. If you prefer public transport, Transpennine Express rail lines stop right in front of the terminal exit.
Secure parking is provided for £3, thanks to their partnership with Q-Park. Just don’t forget to ask the door staff about your parking voucher.
Access for people with special needs
Because the Leadmill is located at ground level, visitors with special needs can benefit from easy access to the venue. All of the three bars and two disabled toilets are located on the same level, providing further accessibility.