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Things to do next week

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In his home town, Joy Division and New Order drummer Stephen Morris* is in conversation with writer and DJ Dave Haslam as part of LIT, a weekend of stories and light.

19 Oct, St Michael’s Church ( 


Multi-platinum singer, songwriter, producer and writer Angie Stone plays just three UK dates and one in the north. 

18 Oct, O2 Ritz (


Set in the control room of a remote radio telescope, Signals is a comedy about two radio astronomers and their search for alien life over a number of years. 

17 Oct, Theatre Royal (  


Bringing together work by Helen Chadwick, Berris Conolly, Braco Dimitrijević, Ruth Ewan and others, The Time Is Now is an immersive exhibition exploring how contemporary artists reflect time as a subject matter. 

Until 19 Jan, Millennium Gallery ( 


Composer and songwriter Luke Daniels, who comes from a background of folk and traditional music, performs songs from his fourth solo album, Old Friends And Exhausted Enemies.  

19 Oct, Carlisle Institute ( 


Liverpool Tattoo Convention features three days of world-class tattooing from 250 UK and international artists, live music and entertainment, including stunt shows, fire shows and burlesque.

18-20 Oct, Adelphi Hotel ( 


BBC Radio Two Folk Awards nominees The Breath, made up of guitarist Stuart McCallum and singer-flautist Ríoghnach Connolly, play in their hometown as part of Manchester Folk Festival. 

16 Oct, Bridgewater Hall (


Julie Hesmondhalgh, Natalie Gavin, Jesse Jones and Tessa Parr perform in There Are No Beginnings, which follows the lives of four women living in Leeds across the five years when Peter Sutcliffe dominated news headlines. 

11 Oct-4 Nov, Leeds Playhouse ( 

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