Sheffield Theatres Mug
A mug featuring an illustration of Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre and Lyceum Theatre.
The Crucible was designed by Tanya Moiseiwitsch and built in 1971. It is used for theatre productions but is probably most famous for hosting the annual World Snooker Championships which has taken place there since 1977.
The Sheffield Lyceum was built in 1897 and designed by W. G. R. Sprague. It fell into disrepair in the second half of the 20th century but the theatre was saved, repaired and reopened in 1990.
The mug features an illustration of two of Sheffield’s theatres – The Crucible and The Lyceum, printed onto both sides.
Information & Size:
The mug is approximately 80mm in diameter and is 9.5cm tall (without the handle).
The mug is dishwasher safe.
Other Sheffield Theatres Products:
You can find the other Sheffield Theatres products including prints and coasters here.