Our next event, the star studded Climax Carnival is going to be HUGE – here’s all you need to know about it.

Back from an easy start to the year, we are back with the biggest Climax event for a long time! Featuring our new resident DJ, Kriss Herbert from Gaydio, and Kieron Richardson a.k.a. “Ste Hay” from Hollyoaks this is going to be an amazing night.

Kieron will be joining in on the festivities but that’s not all; you’ll be able to meet him in a special meet & greet session. Make sure your phone’s charged and be ready to take a selfie or two….

On top of this Gaydio star Kriss Herbert will be making his debut as the new Climax resident DJ playing all the best in dance and chart. Check out his radio slot on Gaydio every weekday from 1pm – 4pm and Saturdays from 6pm – 8pm to get a flavour of what’s to come.

As for the Carnival itself – the louder the better! Mardis Gras is the order of the day, so expect feathers, beads and bucket loads of glitter! It’s going to be fabulous, darling!

Ooh, and don’t miss out on the competition that we’re running! More info here.

Climax Carnival
Friday 27 February
The Foundry, Sheffield Students Union

Climax brings together Yorkshire’s lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and trans community for the biggest & best club night in the region every month

Drinks Menu includes:
Vodka mixers £2.25/£3.25
Jager Bomb Menu £1.75
Bottles of VK £1.99
Carlsberg Export £1.99
Pints of Coke £1.00
Cocktails 2 for £6.00
Shots of Sourz & Corkeys £1.50
Appletise & J20 £1.50

Tickets £5.00 advance, available from Box Office, Dempseys & online at www.sheffieldsu.com
On the door: £6.00
Last entry 1am. Non-students welcome. Over 18s only.

Stay safe whilst drinking & partying. For the facts about alcohol see www.drinkaware.co.uk.

‘Staying Up? Keep it Down!’ is a campaign run jointly by the University and your Students’ Union, which reminds you about being a lovely Sheffield resident and not a nightmare neighbour!

Noise can annoy, particularly at night, which is why we’d like to remind you that if you’re staying up late, please keep your noise down. The Sheffield community is made up of people from all walks of life but they all need their sleep – even students!