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Manchester

Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran is a play about entitlement, consumption, digital technology and what successful and brutal people do with their coddled and useless children.

23 Oct-2 Nov, Home (homemcr.org) 

Leeds

Yorkshire Dance’s Ageless is a two-day festival featuring a range of artists, film-makers and speakers exploring what the dancing body tells us about growing older. 

25-26 Oct, Quarry Hill (yorkshiredance.co.uk)

Manchester

Formerly a member of enigmatic Manchester band Wu Lyf, Tom McClung performs new material from album A Dream Is U under his nom de plume of Francis Lung. 

26 Oct, Soup Kitchen (francislung.com) 

Pocklington

Following the release of her top 10 record Castles last year, American singer Lissie is on tour with her new record When I’m Alone: The Piano Retrospective, reinterpreting her own songs as well as covers of Fleetwood Mac and the Dixie Chicks. 

26 Oct, Pocklington Arts Centre (lissie.com) 

Bakewell

Manchester poet Tony Walsh reads work from new book Work/Life/Balance. Special guest is Stephen James Smith.

24 Oct, Town Hall (longfella.co.uk) 

Hebden Bridge

Devon folk guitarist and singer John Smith plays tracks from current album Hummingbird. 

26 Oct, Trades Club (johnsmithjohnsmith.com) 

Barrow-in-Furness

West Coast Photo is a new exhibition featuring both never before seen work and photos from internationally renowned contemporary photographers representing life on the west coast of Cumbria, from the early 20th century to now. 

26 Oct-15 Jan, Dock Museum (thedockmuseum.org.uk) 

Liverpool

Canadian country music singer-songwriter Tenille Townes tours songs from her current album Somebody’s Daughter. 

27 Oct, Arts Club Loft (tenilletownes.com)

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