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Things to do next week

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Wonder Women festival returns to the city for its fifth year. The line-up includes theatre, music, screenings, talks and workshops led by female artists and musicians.

2-12 March, various locations (


Frozen Light theatre company presents Home – a production designed for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities. The show immerses audiences in a multi-sensory story about Scarlett and Olive, who must learn how to survive in an environment that is full of surprises.

3-4 March, The Lowry (


Exeter rock trio Black Foxxes tour their debut album I’m Not Well. Indie band Vants will also join the headliners to perform songs from their album Dumb Blood.

2 March, Plug (


Celebrant and performer Liz Rothschild presents her show Outside The Box – A Live Show About Death. The piece explores the reality of death and the importance of celebrating life.

3-4 March, Lawrence Batley Theatre (

St Helens

Vienna Festival Ballet presents rags-to-riches fairytale Cinderella. The show combines classical dancing with a touch of pantomime.

5 March, St Helens Theatre Royal (


Shakespeare’s tragic love story Romeo and Juliet is given a revamp after the two star-crossed lovers wake up in present day Verona.

3 March-25 April, West Yorkshire Playhouse (


Merseyside’s award-winning dance group Merseyside Dance Initiative explores the theme of camouflage in the Leap dance festival.

1-12 March, Make Liverpool and Unity Theatre (


A new play about a woman’s desperate journey across the world to fulfil her dreams of becoming a mother comes to the Dukes. Made in India is from the makers of British comedy East is East.

2-4 March, The Dukes Theatre (

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