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Things to do next week

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Scratch Night is an opportunity to see works in progress from theatre makers Helen Jeffrey, Charlie Hammond, Another Small Theatre Company and Rad Panda. The event is pay what you feel.

14 March, Central Library (


Author Martine McDonagh will read from her new book Narcissism for Beginners – a funny and unsentimental take on the classic coming-of-age story,

14 March, Todmorden Library (


Mending Our Ways is a day of craftivism against consumption with founder of Craftivist Collective Sarah Corbett. She’ll lead participants around the Fashion on the Ration* exhibition and teach them how to make do and mend in protest against modern fast fashion.

18 March, Imperial War Museum (


Run is an evening of dance featuring three brand-new commissions from choreographers Tamsin Fitzgerald, Lenka Vagnerová and Rebecca Evans, exploring fear and the darker side of humanity.

14 March, Cast (


World-renowned photographers Eamonn McCabe and John Bulmer discuss the representation of photography on television, followed by a Q&A and preview of major new exhibition Britain in Focus, in partnership with the BBC.

16 March, National Media Museum  (


A psychologically disturbing new version of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, where the doctor is a woman, tells a story of power and powerlessness, fear and revenge and the creative possibility and destructive power of the human animal.

15-25 March, Crucible (


Torontonian R’n’B singer, rapper and producer The Weeknd’s presents his Starboy Legend of the Fall tour.

14 March, First Direct Arena (


Sick! Festival continues to confront the physical, mental and social challenges we face with its international programme of theatre and dance.*

Until 25 March, various venues (

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