Three Tuns Pub

39 Silver Street Head, City Centre, Sheffield, S1 2DD
Three Tuns


  • Monday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Tuesday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Friday 12:00 - 00:00
  • Saturday 12:00 - 00:00
  • Sunday 12:00 - 22:00

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Three Tuns Public House

Since reopening in Autumn 2023 this historic city centre pub has operated under two different guises: The Three Tuns and The Three Huns. Each has a unique personality, which complements the other.

The Three Tuns is a cosy, welcoming English pub with an all-embracing, LGBTQ-friendly vibe. It has a great range of cask and keg beers, and is a place where people can kick back, socialise and enjoy a drink.

The Three Huns is its glamorous weekend alter-ego, where patrons can let loose and celebrate life with fabulous drag queens, karaoke, cocktails and a vibrant party atmosphere.

Together, the Three Tuns and the Three Huns offer a diverse range of experiences for different moods and occasions.

General Information

  • Heineken
  • No known awards

Pub Facilities

  • Real Ales
  • Cocktails
  • Beer garden
  • Smoking area
  • Car park
  • Disabled access
  • Disabled facilities
  • Children welcome
  • Dogs welcome
  • Card payments
  • Function room
  • Accommodation
  • Wi-Fi Internet access

Pub Entertainment

  • Background music
  • Sports on TV
  • Pool table
  • Snooker table

Pub Food

  • Food served

Beer Menu (Powered By Untappd)

Plum Porter

Plum Porter

Style: Porter - English
ABV: 4.90%
Brewery: Titanic Brewery
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2 Reviews of Three Tuns:

  • Peter Metcalf

    Spit and Sawdust, salt of the Earth. Great beer and unusual gable-end. Tucked away from popular areas like West Street but offering more to the beer drinker.

  • Andy Hoole

    Went in the Three Tuns a couple of Saturdays ago. Since the pub initially closed in early 2017 there seem to have been several custodians, none of whom seem to be able to get the pricing or enough beer on or lager (if you drink that) on order. On my latest visit, once again there was a sign on bar advising waiting for delivery of lager, so short at the pumps!

    Also the Three Tuns seems to have become a haunt for the "lairy", rowdy types who have been out all day on West Street getting well oiled, which completely ruins it for other customers.

    To top it all there was a couple who were engaged in the most inappropriate simulated sex act, as near to the real thing as you will probably get in full public view, and during the whole episode the guy running the bar never said a thing or took any action. And from his point of view they didn't buy a single drink in nearly 2 hours!

    This pub has completely gone to pot, I won't be going again any time soon and would advise others to think twice before forking out £3.60 for a pint of beer here... give it a miss!

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News for Three Tuns:

  • One of Sheffield's historic pubs, the Three Tuns, has undergone a vibrant transformation, as it now doubles as the city's latest drag bar, named The Three Huns, on weekends. Nestled on Silver Street Head between Campo Lane and West Bar, the 18th-century establishment embraces its traditional identity as the Three Tuns on weekdays. However, on Saturdays and Sundays, it comes alive as The Three Huns, featuring performances by the renowned Sheffield drag queen, Emma Maezin.

    The pub's revival, led by a dedicated team, has been a resounding success since its reopening in the Autumn. Known for their popular "Hunday Service," launched in October, The Three Huns has become a go-to destination, captivating party-goers from near and far.

    As the New Year approaches, the pub's management plans to usher in 2024 with a unique "time travel" celebration. Paul Wrench, a member of the reopening team, announced their intention to revolutionise New Year's Eve by advancing the clock four hours ahead. This daring move will shift midnight to 8pm, offering patrons a novel experience with a traditional countdown, complete with champagne toasts, Big Ben chimes, fireworks, and the familiar strains of Auld Lang Syne.

    Wrench expressed excitement about crafting an early NYE revelry at The Three Huns, featuring a dynamic mix of drag performances, karaoke, games, and shenanigans. The event aims to provide all the thrills of a typical New Year's celebration without the need to stay up late, addressing concerns about late-night travel on New Year's Day. Tickets for this unique experience are priced at £7.50, inclusive of a drink.

    The Three Tuns, a fixture in the city centre since the 1700s, has not only embraced modern entertainment but also retained its historical charm. Amidst tales of its long-serving history, there have been claims of haunting, with the venue's former landlord sharing alleged evidence of supernatural occurrences in November 2021.