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Things to do next week

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John Newman performs a stripped-back show in intimate venues with a mixture of new and unheard songs and classic hits. 

9 July, Brudenell Social Club ( 


Iranian artist Nazanin Moradi presents Pairidaeza, her exhibition combining costume making, performance, painting, printmaking and digital collage.

Until 27 July, King Street Studios ( 


From UK and international freelancers competing for work in the online world to a community of sex workers in South Africa, the exhibition Real Work explores precarious and unrecognised forms of work. 

12 July-6 Oct, Fact ( 

Image: Candice Breitz, Sweat (2018).
Featured here Nosipho ‘Provocative’ Vidima

East Riding

The skeleton of a sperm whale that inspired author Herman Melville is displayed alongside an exhibition. Pulling the British Threads in Moby-Dick is a celebration of the bicentenary of the author’s birth by artist Caroline Hack*. 

9 July-15 Sept, Burton Constable Hall ( 


Part of the Migration Matters Festival, Diary of an Expat is a performance by Cecilia Gragani in which she shares her experiences of being both British and Italian. 

8-9 July, Kings Arms (


Sounds Like Her features art by women artists from culturally diverse backgrounds, who explore sound as a subject and a medium.

12 July-15 Sept, York Art Gallery (


With live music, videography and playful, intimate storytelling, Swim is a new theatre show about isolation, being held and jumping in.

9-13 July, Home (


Gathering is a new art installation by artist Hilary Jack. Over 1,000 used tennis balls are the subject of a short film inspired by the discovery of a handful of Tudor tennis balls during restoration work at the 16th century property.

Ongoing, Little Moreton Hall (

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