Shed (disambiguation)

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A shed is a simple, single-story, non-residential structure.

  • Locomotive shed, a storage shed for locomotives
  • Shed, a masculine first name.

Shed, The Shed, or Shedding may also refer to:

As a verb[edit]

  • Load shedding, used by utilities and building automation systems to prevent overloading available supply systems
  • Moulting, how an animal routinely casts off an outer part of its body

In arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

In games[edit]

In literature and publications[edit]

  • The Shed (magazine), one of two magazines of that title published in Australia and New Zealand
  • Blokes & Sheds (1998), book by Jim Hopkins with photographs by Julie Riley Hopkins profiling amateur inventors across New Zealand
    • Inventions from the Shed (1999), sequel book to Blokes & Sheds by Jim Hopkins and Julie Riley
    • Inventions from the Shed (film), 5-part documentary series by Jim Hopkins and Julie Riley addressing inventors across Australia
  • Blokes and Sheds (1998), nonfiction book by Marc Thomson about the "shed subculture"
  • Men and Sheds (2002), nonfiction book by Gordon Thorburn about the "shed subculture"
  • Shed Men (2004), nonfiction book by Gareth Jones (journalist)
  • The Man in the Shed (2012), a novel by Lloyd Jones
  • uk.rec.sheds, a Usenet newsgroup that champions the "shed subculture"

In music[edit]

  • Shed (album), an album by Title Fight
  • Shed Seven, a Britpop band from York, England
  • Rene Pawlowitz, known also as Shed, a Berlin-based DJ and producer.

In television[edit]

In places[edit]

  • Shed End, the south stand of the Stamford Bridge football stadium in London
  • Koussevitzky Music Shed, also known as "the Shed", a music venue at Tanglewood

See also[edit]