Sheffield Theatres is a theatre complex in Sheffield, South Yorkshire comprising three theatres: the Crucible, the Lyceum and the Crucible Studio. These theatres make up the largest regional theatre complex outside of the London region and show a variety of in-house and touring productions.
- 1981–1992 – Clare Venables
- 2000–2005 – Michael Grandage
- 2005–2007 – Samuel West
- Since 2009 – Daniel Evans
Pinter: A Celebration
Sheffield Theatres' programme Pinter: A Celebration, took place from 11 October to 11 November 2006. The programme featured selected productions of Harold Pinter's plays (in order of presentation): The Caretaker, No Man's Land, Family Voices, Tea Party, The Room, One for the Road and The Dumb Waiter; films (most his screenplays; some in which Pinter appears as an actor): The Go-Between, Accident, The Birthday Party, The French Lieutenant's Woman, Reunion, Mojo, The Servant, The Pumpkin Eater; and other related programme events: "Pause for Thought" (Penelope Wilton and Douglas Hodge in conversation with Michael Billington), "Ashes to Ashes – A Cricketing Celebration", a "Pinter Quiz Night", "The New World Order", the BBC Two documentary film Arena: Harold Pinter (introd. Anthony Wall, producer of Arena), and "The New World Order – A Pause for Peace" (a consideration of "Pinter's pacifist writing" [both poems and prose] supported by the Sheffield Quakers), and a screening of "Pinter's passionate and antagonistic 45-minute Nobel Prize Lecture."
- See "Latest News: August 2006: Sheffield Theatres Presents Pinter: A Celebration", sheffieldtheatres.co.uk 18 August 2006, accessed 28 September 2006.