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Things to do next week

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In I Was A Wife, Polly Lister recounts the true story of her marriage and divorce through the various acting roles she’s taken during her career.

15-22 Feb, The Dukes (


As part of the UK City of Culture celebrations, The Roaring Girls are performing Weathered Estates, a modern retelling of Euripides’ Women of Troy, telling the story of four women whose homes are no longer safe spaces.

15-18 Feb, Donald Roy Theatre (


Puccini’s tragic opera La Bohème follows the classic love story of a pair of bohemians in Paris. Ellen Kent’s production introduces Russian soprano Ecaterina Danu in the role of Mimi.

13 Feb, Grand Theatre (


Popular children’s video game franchise Yo-Kai Watch is taking over the Media Museum for February half term, with games, activities and screenings of the game’s TV show.

18-26 Feb, National Media Museum (


Coastival 2017 is a two-day arts festival, offering workshops, gigs, film screenings and installations across the seaside town, including an ambitious recreation of Scarborough on the video game Minecraft.

18-19 Feb, various locations (


Immersive party band Elrow return to Manchester with a Bollywood-themed weekend of shows, from 1-11pm each day.

18-19 Feb, Albert Hall (


Young British singer-songwriter Harriet, who has gained plaudits from Radio 2’s Graham Norton and Paul O’Grady, embarks on her first UK tour after the release of her self-titled debut album last year.

15 Feb, The Met ( 


Cora Bissett and David Greig’s song-filled Scottish drama Glasgow Girls follows the true story of seven teenage girls and their battle against the deportation of their school friend and her asylum-seeking family.

14-18 Feb, Liverpool Playhouse (

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