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Stewart Lee performs Content Provider, a stand-up show about Brexit, Trump and the digital age.*

14-15 June, Buxton Opera House (

Read our interview with Stewart Lee


Go undercover for one night across secret locations to explore the moral corruption at the heart of state surveillance in Operation Black Antler, an immersive theatre production.

7-17 June, Home (


Open to would-be female writers of all career stages, Grrrl Con is a three-day celebration of writing by women, featuring speakers including Scarlett Thomas and Patience Agbabi alongside practical, interactive workshops.*

16-18 June, various venues (

Read the blog by Grrrl Con organiser Jane Bradley


Standard:Elite is an irreverent storytelling show in which some of the audience get to decide how the story unfolds. Divided into Standards and Elites, the audience explores issues of class, competition and privilege.

17 June, Unity Theatre ( 


When Tory junior minister Richard Willey tries to spend the evening with opposition secretary Jane in the Westminster Hotel things don’t go exactly to plan in Ray Cooney’s Olivier Award-winning farce Out of Order.

14-17 June, Lyceum Theatre (


American pop-rockers Paramore tour in support of their fifth album, After Laughter.

18 June, O2 Apollo (


The eighth season of outdoor plays at Lytham Hall opens with Chapterhouse Theatre Company’s Great Expectations and additional entertainment from the Guardian Concert Band.

11 June, Lytham Hall (


Michelangelo Love and Death is an exhibition on screen from the National Gallery of London. The film offers a full and fresh biography of one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance and of all time.

13 June, Rheged Centre ( 

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