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Ella Mai, the British R&B songstress with US fame, supports Arianna Grande on the European leg of her Sweetener tour.  

19 Sept, FlyDSA Arena (


Adapted from the book by Raymond Briggs, The Bear is a heart-warming tale of imagination and growing up, following Tilly, who is visited by a friendly but enormous bear. 

21-22, The Dukes (


Mexican acoustic guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela kick off a live tour in support of their album Mettavolution – inspired by the pair’s interest in Buddhism, human evolution and the liberation of the potential we have as a species, composed in their studio on the Mexican Pacific Coast.  

22 Sept, 02 Academy ( 


US post-punk trio Feather Trade tour in support of British rockers Spear of Destiny. 

22 Sept, Polar Bear ( 


Part of Sick! Festival, which faces up to the complexities of mental and physical health, This Grief Thing will be presented as a shop where people can come to talk, to browse or simply to be. 

18 Sept-5 Oct, 58 King Street (


Yorkshire singer and musician Belinda O’Hooley, best known as one half of folk duo O’Hooley and Tidow, heads out on a solo tour with her new album Inversions – inspired by the songs her father inherited from a line of musicians from the west of Ireland.

17 Sept, Philharmonic Music Room (


Terror From The Skies is a new show about society, friendship and the things we hold dear. Leeds writer and storyteller Matthew Bellwood performs the play, based on hundreds of conversations with people from across the north. 

17-18 Sept, Harrogate Theatre (


Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge, set in a tight-knit immigrant community bound by moral codes of justice and honour in 1950s New York, is directed by Juliet Forster in a co-production between York Theatre Royal and Royal & Derngate Northampton.

20 Sept-12 Oct, Theatre Royal ( 

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