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Things to do next week

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Theatre makers present a string of child-friendly performances to keep little ones entertained. Christopher Nibble, Much Ado About Puffin and Shapeshifter will be performed by local theatre companies.

29 March-2 April, Waterside Arts Centre (


Blackpool’s annual festival of words, Wordpool, returns to the town for its 11th year. A line-up of authors including Kit de Waal, Ben Aaronovitch and Susan Lewis will host talks, workshops and afternoon tea.

29-31 March, Grundy Art Gallery and local libraries (


Nashville-based rockers Mona perform as part of their In The Middle world tour.

30 March, The Wardrobe (


Berlin-based artist Christopher Kline showcases O.K. – The Musical, an evolving play where scenes are added or refined for every staging. The project will invite Lancashire and Liverpool residents to collaborate on the piece.

1 April-1 May, Tate Liverpool (


The Bolton Octagon Theatre showcases its adaptation of Anne Brontë’s 19th century
novel The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. The story is a passionate tale of a woman’s fight for independence.

30 March-22 April, Octagon Theatre (


An exhibition exploring pinhole photography makes its European premiere in Bradford. Poetics of Light showcases imagery captured using photography’s most primitive technique.

Until 25 June, National Media Museum (


Acclaimed vocal group The Swingles celebrate the 55th anniversary of the band’s existence with a live performance. The band will showcase new album Folklore, which is inspired by their international travels.

29 March, Royal Northern College of Music (


Opera North’s new sound installation The Height of the Reeds is brought to the Humber Bridge as part of the UK City of Culture 2017 celebrations.

1-30 April, Humber Bridge (

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