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Things to do next week

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Rouse Ye Women is a folk opera featuring original songs and
music by folk musician John Kirkpatrick and telling the story of the
Black Country women of the early 1900s who spent their entire
lives making chains.

5 April, Stephen Joseph Theatre (


With a combination of artists, DJs and local musicians, the ART360 After Dark exhibition is a full sensory experience. Using special 3D microphones, all the acts will be heard via the headsets throughout the gallery.

12 April, Tate Liverpool


Howard Brenton directs Swedish playwright August Strindberg’s 1888 play Creditors – the story of Adolph, a young artist who is deeply in love with his new wife Tekla but struggles with feelings of inferiority. 

Until 20 April, Theatre by the Lake (


Super Duper Close Up, a new short-film from theatre group Made in China, touches on subjects such as anxiety and internal torment from the prospective of a 21st century woman.

5 April, Theatre in the Mill


Punk six-piece Skinny Lister play in support of their new LP The Story is…

6 April, Manchester Academy (


Soft Electro songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Art School Girlfriend, AKA Polly Mackey, performs songs from her new EP 

Into The Blue Hour.

4 April, Hyde Park Book Club (


Difficult Women of Burton Constable is a new exhibition celebrating the independent women who have helped to shape the stately home throughout its history.

Until November, Burton Constable Hall (


On Repeat is a new exhibition combining the works of five artists who have produced pieces raising questions about how digital technology, the internet and social media transform the way we look at things.

Until 22 June, Grundy Art Gallery  (

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