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Things to do next week

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From Donald Trump getting elected to Mark Steel’s personal life, many things have recently taken an unexpected turn, but in Every Little Thing’s Gonna Be Alright, Steel can still see the silver lining.

27 April, Lowther Pavillion (


Blues-rock prodigy Chantel McGregor revisits her previous albums and debuts new music in her 2019 tour throughout the UK and Europe.

27 April, Marsh Blues Club (


Paragon Dreams is Hester Ullyart’s new one-woman thriller about ambition, love and survival. The play features an original score by emerging local composer Joe Roper. 

23 April-4 May, Hull Truck Theatre, (


Mossley indie-rock five piece Cabbage tour in support of their debut studio album Nihilistic Glamour Shots.

24 April, Liverpool Arts Club (


Mixing humour and facts, The Audit (or Iceland a Modern Myth) tells the story of a nation that protested against the corrupt and uncontrolled finance sector, drawing parallels with a not so distant post-Brexit Britain.

24 April, York Theatre Royal (


Transform19 theatre festival showcases a variety of immersive performances by independent artists from all over the world.

26 April-4 May, Leeds (


The King and I, the award-winning musical, embarks on a UK tour to tell the tale of the tumultuous relationship between the King of Siam and Anna Leonowens, a British schoolteacher.

26 April-11 May, Opera House (


Rose McGowan* headlines Storyhouse Women Weekend, a three-day festival celebrating women and offering a space of discussion on a wide range of global issues.

26-29 April, Storyhouse (

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