Sheffield S1 | Tudor Square

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Sheffield S1 | Tudor Square

Photograph taken look west across Tudor Square toward the Winter Garden and Mercure Hotel.

Tudor Square is a large open space bounded by three theatres: The Crucible Theatre, Lyceum Theatre and Sheffield Library Theatre.  Since 1991 it has been a pedestrianised   public space which through the year hosts all sorts of events including part of the annual Documentary Festival and in April a large open air screen for the World Snooker Championship.

ABOUT SHEFFIELD S1:   A series of photographs of Sheffield city centre streets empty of people*, cars and traffic.  Click the links below to view other images in the series:

Norfolk Street

Sheffield Railway Station

Glossop Road

Commercial Street

Division Street

Pond Street

Arundel Gate

West Street


High Street

Sheffield Interchange

Arundel Gate (Looking North)

*No pedestrians were harmed in the taking of these photographs

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    1. Thank you. I enjoyed taking this series and there will be more to come following a brief Phlegm interlude! I’d probably not break off from the series but as you know I’ve been a fan for years. In celebration of his upcoming show I have added a Phlegm retrospective page to Postcard Cafe which pulls together a lot of his Sheffield work into one place so feel free to take a look and check out some that you may have missed.
      I continue to enjoy your tireless efforts to bring us great street art through your blog. Cheers, Mr C 🙂

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