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Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art is a touring exhibition from Seven Stories showcasing original comic art, while also allowing visitors to create their very own comic as they move through the exhibition.

15 Feb- 22 April, Rheged Gallery (


Jude Christian’s new play Nanjing is also a personal response to the Nanjing massacre and an exploration of what it means to be mixed race in a time of Brexit, Trump and the Windrush scandal. 

27 Feb-2 March, The Royal Exchange (


Coventry five-piece Feet are touring nationally after the success of their first few singles Pretty Thieving and Backstreet Driver, which drummed up media attention, and the recording of their upcoming debut album next year.

1 March, Leadmill (


Madagascar the Musical is an all-singing, all-dancing version of the popular movie.

26 Feb-2 March, York Theatre Royal (


Following a quick rise to popularity BBC Sound of 2019 nominees Sea Girls head out on tour with their new single All I Want To Hear You Say. 

1 March Leeds Key Club (


Pilot Theatre presents the premiere of Sabrina Mahfouz’s adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s acclaimed novel Noughts and Crosses – the story of love in the midst of racism and segregation.

26 Feb-2 March, The Lowry ( 


Singer-songwriter and author Tracey Thorn is in conversation with Jeanette Winterson as part of Manchester Literature Festival’s programme ahead of the main festival in the autumn. 

26 Feb, Dancehouse, Manchester (


The Netherlands is the debut production from Two Tonne, a theatre company set up by former Theatre in the Mill artistic director Iain Bloomfield. The play explores the joys and hardships of parenthood with a child who has learning disabilities.

28 Feb, Square Chapel (

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