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Things to do next week

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Following his acclaimed Netflix specials, India’s top comic Vir Das presents Loved, exploring what it takes to love in a world of friends, partners, parents, God, fellow man and iPhones.

16 Nov, Home ( 


Slow Painting is an exhibition of 19 artists connected by the concept of time. The exhibition offers a counterbalance to the current proliferation of arts shows and the sped-up process of making and viewing art for a digital world.

Until 12 Jan, Leeds Art Gallery (


European and British Blues Awards nominees the Starlite Campbell Band play a special homecoming concert featuring Josh Phillips of Procol Harum on Hammond organ and Wurlitzer electric piano.

15 Nov, The Met (


Welsh Ballet’s production of Romeo and Juliet pushes the boundaries of classical ballet as it fuses Sergei Prokofiev’s score with extraordinary video projections and dramatic choreography, courtesy of award-winning choreographer Darius James OBE.

16 Nov, The Dukes ( 


Picture This showcases three new plays from Liverpool-based writers. Each play is inspired by art and explores family life and relationships, ranging from the romantic to the dysfunctional.

14-16 Nov, Hope Street Theatre (


Starring the dulcet tones and theatrical talents of up and coming musical star Michaela Bennison, Lady of Jazz is a new musical featuring original music and classic standards to tell the story of Honey, who is living a dangerous lie in the 1920s American South.

11-13 Nov, Hope Mill Theatre ( 


Tipped by everyone from Taylor Swift to Florence Welch, Lost Without You singer Freya Ridings performs tracks from her self-titled debut album.

16 Nov, 02 Academy ( 


Calum Stewart, a uilleann pipes player from Garmouth in Scotland, and winner of the Scottish Traditional Instrumentalist of the Year, performs his traditional music with a contemporary twist. 

17 Nov, West Kirby Arts Centre (

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