‘Built around 1500, Bishops’ House is one of only 3 buildings in Sheffield to survive from this period. For most of its life it was a farmhouse then a home for park keepers. It became a museum in 1976. ‘ Come along to the talk on Thursday 26th November to find out more!
Still not sure if you’d like to come along to Archaeology and Ale? Here’s a trailer to show you what you’re missing…
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Our latest podcast is now online (thanks, Archaeology Podcast Network!)
It’s Hallowe’en Season and what better time for a talk about a cemetery?
Join us at the Red Deer for another great presentation…
What? An Archaeological Assessment of Wardsend Cemetery – A Community Project in association with the Livesy Street Project.
When? Thursday 22nd October – 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Where? Upstairs at the Red Deer, 18 Pitt Street, Sheffield.
Archaeology and Ale is our free monthly archaeology talk, held upstairs in the Red Deer pub on Pitt Street in Sheffield. Every month we invite guest speakers from all walks of archaeology to talk about what they’ve been up to and how you can get involved. These are fun, informal talks about all kinds of archaeology, not just academic stuff – everyone is welcome.
You can listen to our previous talks thanks to the Archaeology Podcast Network – the talk is recorded live every month and syndicated worldwide thanks to the APN. Click the “Free Pub Talks! Archaeology & Ale” tab in the menu above to find out about upcoming events, and listen to recordings in our “Podcasts” tab.
About our Venue:
The Red Deer dates from 1825 and has been under the management of Jake Nickles since 2010. It has been awarded Sheffield CAMRA “Pub of the Month” for May 2012, December 2013 and August 2015. It is the unofficial extra lecture theatre of the Department of Archaeology. It serves a range of food, quality real ales from around the country and local independent breweries, and a wide selection of hot and cold non-alcoholic drinks.
18 Pitt Street, Sheffield. S1 4DD Tel: (0114) 2722890 email@example.com
This month join us for “Through the Woods and Under the Earth. Practical and fun ways of helping people understand Sheffield’s landscape Heritage”
It’s an Arts and Craft Special with Catherine Nuttgens.
When? Thursday 27th August
Where? Upstairs in the Red Deer, Sheffield and can be listened to later on the Archaeology & Ale Podcast and the Archaeology Podcast Network
Time? 5.45-6.45 pm
An audio-tour of the Woodland Heritage Festival, with an introduction to the JG Graves Woodland Discovery Centre by volunteer Wes Hedge.
Dr Toby Pillat introduces Q-Pits and experiments with making white coal.
Ged Poland introduces Zooarchaeology – what can we learn from animal bones?
Courtenay Crichton-Turley introduces Virtual Heritage and using virtual and augmented reality to explore archaeology, and lets you know how you can get involved!