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Things to do next week

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Manchester

Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone in Concert is a live performance of the film score by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra. 

7 Sept, Bridgewater Hall (harrypotterinconcert.com) 

Lancaster

Los Angeles songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sasami performs in support of her self-titled melodic rock debut album.

6 Sept, Lancaster Library (sasamiashworth.com)

Liverpool

New play Lost Boys provides a humorous and heartfelt look into the lives of the youth of one northern new town, where the weight of identity, place and masculinity threaten everything they’ve ever known.

4-11 Sept, Unity Theatre (unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk)

Huddersfield

Simon Annand: The Half is a new exhibition by the renowned photographer featuring portraits of high-profile actors, including Helen Mirren, David Tennant (pictured), Lily James and Stephen Fry, captured in the half hour before performing on stage. 

7 Sept-1 Feb, Lawrence Batley Theatre (thelbt.org)

Danby

Andrea Bailey Retrospective: A Life Through Art is a major exhibition by an artist who spent most of her adult life living, drawing and painting on the North York Moors.

5 Sept-16 Oct, Inspired By… Gallery (northyourkmoors.org.uk) 

Sheffield

Sunderland four-piece The Futureheads play an in-store acoustic set for the release of their new album Powers. 

3 Sept, Bear Tree (thefutureheads.com) 

Scarborough

Mick Fattorini: Scarborough 1963-1970 is an exhibition revisiting a photographer’s boyhood years in his hometown.

From 7 Sept, Woodend (mickfattorini.org)

Manchester

Minneapolis punk rockers Off With Their Heads tour their new self-produced album Be Good.

4 Sept, Rebellion (anxiousandangry.com) 

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