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Things to do next week

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Sheffield

It Moves Forward is a new exhibition of work by one of the founding fathers of Pop Art. It brings together 30 works from Richard Hamilton’s private and public collections that span the breadth of his career. 

20 Jul-26 Oct, Graves Gallery (museums-sheffield.org.uk)

Hull

Jazz musicians, bands and singers from home and abroad play the 27th summer edition of Hull Jazz Festival. 

18-21 July, Hull Truck Theatre (hulltruck.co.uk)

York

Birth is a theatre piece that includes live music in its depiction of the bond between three generations of women, their shared loss and the strength they discover within each other. 

17 July, York Theatre Royal (yorktheatreroyal.co.uk)

Trafford

From a combination of Japanese rope art and tightwire by Lumo Theatre to slime making in libraries, Refract:19 is a 10-day shOwcase of comedy, music, dance, experiential performance and theatre.

18-27 July, various venues (refract.org.uk)

Buxton

Comic Isa Bonachera explores space and broken dreams in her solo show The Great Emptiness. 

21 July, Old Clubhouse (buxtonfringe.org.uk)

Batley

Joe O’Byrne’s play The Haunting of Blaine Manor is set in 1950s England where renowned American parapsychologist Doctor Roy Earle, famous for discrediting hauntings, is invited to attend a séance. 

20 July, Batley Town Hall (talesfromparadiseheights.com)

Fleetwood

Jenny Hunt and Holly Darton celebrate local radio in their open-air station tour. Radio Local seeks to discover local people’s stories, observation and opinion. 

21 July, Leftcoast (huntanddarton.com)

Bradford

A 12-metre rocket that aims to deliver the UK’s first human space flight is displayed as part of Bradford Science Festival, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon. 

18-21 July, various venues (www.scienceandmediamuseum.org.uk)

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