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Things to do next week

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Leeds

Still Life: Thing Devouring Time brings together historic Dutch still life paintings with works by contemporary artists to explore consumerism. 

7 Jan, Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery (library.leeds.ac.uk) 

Sheffield

It’s opening night for feuding divorcees Fred and Lilli as they star in The Taming of the Shrew. But as the curtain rises, gambling, gangsters and mistaken identity conspire to create chaos in Kiss Me, Kate.  

7-12 Jan, Crucible Theatre (sheffieldtheatres.co.uk)

Liverpool

The Glenn Miller Orchestra performs favourite wartime chart toppers and hits from the forties with special guests The Polka Dot Dolls performing a tribute to The Andrews Sisters, and guest vocalists Mark Porter and Catherine Sykes.

13 Jan, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall (liverpoolphil.com) 

Sheffield

Enter Shikari continue their Stop the Clocks tour, taking in intimate venues around the UK, Scandinavia, Russia and Europe. 

10 Jan, O2 Academy (entershikari.com) 

Ilkley

Sandi Toksvig Live – National Trevor is a one-woman comedy show featuring tall stories, funny facts, jokes, a Q&A and a quiz. 

10 Jan, Kings Hall (Bradford-theatres.co.uk) 

Manchester

Rising R&B starlet Ella Mai heads out on her debut tour in support of her self-titled debut album. 

9 Jan, O2 Ritz (livenation.co.uk)

Bradford

A relaxed performance of Aladdin will feature Billy Pearce as Wishee Washee in his 20th panto, leading a cast including Christopher Biggins and Simon Webbe.

8 Jan, Alhambra Theatre (bradford.gov.uk) 

Keswick

Theatre by the Lake’s production of Beauty & the Beast is a fairy tale thriller for the whole family by Laurence Boswell.

Until 12 Jan, Theatre by the Lake (theatrebythelake.com)

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