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Things to do next week

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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 (


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 (


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 (


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 (


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 (


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 (


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 (


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 (

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