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Things to do next week

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On the back of the success of their album Build A Tower last year, The Slow Readers Club continue their 16-date European tour. 

14 March, Bootleg Social (


Some 65 years after its first broadcast, Apollo Theatre Company bring the radio show that birthed the sitcom genre, Hancock’s Half Hour, to the stage for the first time.

13-14 March, Harrogate Theatre (


The Japanese House, aka Amber Bain, plays her dreamy pop tracks from her debut LP Good At Falling. 

15 March, Plug ( 


Standing at the Sky’s Edge is a new musical from Sheffield’s Richard Hawley. It tells the story of Park Hill flats by following three families over 60 years. 

14 March-6 April, Crucible Theatre ( 


The Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition celebrates emerging and established artists with many of the works on display focusing on individuality in today’s expanding world.

8 March-14 July, York Art Gallery (


Contact and the Royal Exchange present The Barber Shop Chronicles, a heart-warming new play giving insight into the places African men have gathered for generations to discuss their lives and the world. 

7-23 March, Royal Exchange Theatre ( 


Drawing on international histories of sculpture, Renee So’s playful, cartoon-like and typically drunken characters populate exhibition Bellarmines and Bootlegs. 

8 March-2 June, Henry Moore Institute (


Oxford-based electronic outfit Low Island head out on their largest tour to date following the release of new single In Person.

15 March, Phase One (

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