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Things to do next week

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Liverpool

Britpop veterans Shed Seven play a string of shows to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their singles collection, Going for Gold. 

5 Dec, O2 Academy (academymusicgroup.com)

Leeds

A screening of the concert version of Les Misérables is broadcast live from London with an all-star cast backed by a 65-piece orchestra. 

2 Dec, Everyman Cinema (everymancinema.com)

Sheffield

Having recently released their new self-titled album, Laurence Jones Band head out on tour and continue to pave the way for blues-rock musicians. 

3 Dec, Greystones (mygreystones.co.uk)

Lancaster

Pianist David Greilsammer delivers his distinct classical music in a solo recital entitled Labyrinth, it promises to be a performance spanning musical eras.

5 Dec, Lancaster Arts (lancasterarts.org)

Rochdale

Jamie Fitzpatrick’s latest art exhibition He He He He explores complex themes of masculinity and patriarchal authoritarianism through an absurd, abstract lens and communicates through video, sculpture and painting. 

7 Dec, Touchstones (link4life.org)

Sheffield

Guys and Dolls promises high-energy choreography set to musical theatre favourites, such as Luck be a Lady and Sit Down, You’re Rocking the Boat.

7 Dec, Sheffield Theatre (sheffieldtheatres.co.uk)

Kirby

The biennial Crafted exhibition returns to show the work of local artists and makers who will be exhibiting and selling on the day. 

2 Dec, Kirkby Gallery (knowsley.gov.uk)

Ilkley

Christmas Crooners is an evening of classic festive hits of Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra, in the style of Andy Williams’s Christmas shows, and performed by a cast of West End singers and a live swing band.

3 December, King’s Hall (Bradford-theatres.co.uk)

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