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Things to do next week

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Scottish four-piece folk group Fara present their rich harmonies alongside energetic fiddle and piano arrangements.



RedFaces, newly signed to RCA, are a Sheffield four-piece guitar band, touring in support of new single Kerosene.

8 Feb, Oporto ( 


Internationally renowned artists Tim Etchells and Vlatka Horvat present What Can Be Seen – a playful reimagining of the city’s historic museum collections, alongside new work.

8 Feb-7 May, Millennium Gallery (


The Northern Chamber Orchestra plays a Spring Serenade, including Spring from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No 4 and Handel’s Water Music.

10 Feb, Buxton Opera House ( 


Co-created by young carers from across Greater Manchester and award-winning interactive theatre makers Tom Bowtell and Annette Mees, Hidden is a new immersive show exploring ideas about the future of caring.

31 Jan-11 Feb, The Horsfall (


Opera North presents Happily Ever After in its magical indoor tent.  Award-winning storyteller Ursula Holden-Gill, accompanied by cellist Polly Virr, will take audiences of children and families on a spellbinding journey through an assortment of traditional folk stories, with some surprising twists and turns along the way.

11 Feb, Central Library ( 


The Suffocating Truth is a dark and intense contemporary dance production exploring relationships and sexuality by UnTitled, the company of Got to Dance star Lukas McFarlane.

10-11 Feb, Town Hall (


Designers including Vivienne Westwood, Roksanda and Sadie Williams explore the impact of the First World War on the changing role of women and fashion in Fashion and Freedom.*

From 11 Feb, The Civic (


* How did the clothing women wore during the world wars reflect social changes?
Find out in Fight for Freedom.

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