About Doncaster

Doncaster is a large market town in South Yorkshire, England. The town forms part of the Me tropolitan Borough of Doncaster. Doncaster is about 20 miles from Sheffield, with which it is shares  the Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield in Finningley.


In 1909 Doncaster Racecourse was chosen as the venue for an airshow. During World War I, the fighters were based rom this airstrip. In 1934, Doncaster opened its own aviation center for the purpose of Civil Aviation. During the Second World War, this airstrip was used for War purposes but reverted back to Civil Aviation after the end of the War. The airstrip was closed in 1992.

 Theatre and cinemas

  •  One of the entertainment venues for which Doncaster iis known is the Cast. Cast opened in 2013 and has 620-seat auditorium, various studios that are flexible and a café.
  • The Doncaster Little Theater accommodates 99-seats and puts on-show their own-in-house shows.
  • The Vue is a 7 screen multiplex also in Doncaster

Besides the theater, the people of Doncaster enjoy every moment they can. There are restaurants, pubs and bars for such purposes. The city has more than 40 bars to entertain its crowd.


People in Doncaster are found of playing various games that include Rugby, Football, Basketball and even Racing.

  • Racecourse– The Doncaster Gold Cup (established since 1776)
  • Rugby Football – National League One, RFL Chmpionship
  • Football – Doncaster Rovers F.C , Doncaster Rovers Belles
  • Racing – British League Second Division
  • Basketball – Doncaster Danum Eagles, National League Division 2



Courses Scheduled in Doncaster