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Things to do next week

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Huddersfield

Live music, laughs galore, fabulous scenery and glittering costumes all come together in Aladdin, the traditional family pantomime where wishes really do come true.

Until 6 Jan, Lawrence Batley Theatre (thelbt.org) 

Lancaster

Lincoln Center Theater’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King
And I
comes to cinemas live from London’s Palladium. Reprising her Tony Award-winning role, Kelli O’Hara (Anna) takes to the stage alongside Tony and Oscar nominee Ken Watanabe.

26-27 Dec, The Dukes (dukes-lancaster.org) 

Liverpool

Fiesta Bombarda presents a NYE Intergalactic Carnival, combining a wide spectrum of musical styles from DJs and live musicians with interactive stalls and stunning visuals to deliver a festival-esque experience.

31 Dec, Invisible Wind Factory (thekazimier.co.uk)

Manchester

Manchester Camerata presents New Year’s Eve at the Movies with music from some of the greatest films of all time, including ET, Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean, Lord of the Rings, Titanic, West Side Story and James Bond.

31 Dec, Bridgewater Hall (bridgewater-hall.co.uk) 

Sheffield

A Pair of Pantos is a trans-positive, all gender-inclusive, queer pantomime mash-up for all the family and all families.

29-30 Dec, Theatre Deli (theatredeli.co.uk)

Manchester

The Warehouse Project welcomes in the New Year and bids a final farewell to its spiritual home with The Final Dance – The End of Store Street, with appearances from the Black Madonna, Gilles Peterson and many more. 

1 Jan, Store Street (thewarehouseproject.com)

Leeds

Bursting with original live music, magical characters and theatre company Wrongsemble’s mischievous humour, The Princess and the Sprout is a pop-up show rounded off with a free interactive stay and play session with the cast on stage.

Until 31 Dec, Central Library (leeds.gov.uk)

Sheffield

Bringing together paintings and works on paper spanning four decades

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham: Sea, Rock, Earth and Ice celebrates the artist’s gift for capturing the spirit of the world’s wildest landscapes.

Until 16 March, Graves Gallery (museums-sheffield.org.uk)

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