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Things to do next week

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Sheffield

The multi-award winning NoSleep Podcast is an anthology series of original horror stories, with rich atmospheric music to enhance the frightening tales.

9 Jan, Leadmill (thenosleeppodcast.com)

Leeds

Five-piece British punk-jazz outfit World Service Project play a string of dates to kick off the new year.  

10 Jan, Hyde Park Book Club (worldserviceproject.co.uk) 

Blackburn

The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra performs under the baton of New Zealand-born conductor Holly Mathieson.

10 Jan, King George’s Hall (kinggeorgeshall.com)

Liverpool

Ray McVay leads the longstanding, in-demand swing band the Glenn Miller Orchestra and male and female vocalists.

11 Jan, Philharmonic Hall (glennmillerorchestra.com) 

Hull

The Russian State Ballet of Siberia performs four shows in five nights: Coppelia, Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake for two nights, and The Nutcracker. 

7-11 Jan, New Theatre (hulltheatres.co.uk)

Scarborough

The Hammonds Saltaire Band, one of the country’s premier brass ensembles, will play their now traditional New Year concerts.

11&12 Jan, Stephen Joseph Theatre (sjt.uk.com) 

Manchester

Urgent and sharply funny, Charlene James’s powerful play Cuttin’ It explores the physical and mental impact of FGM in the UK.

9 Jan-1 Feb, Royal Exchange Theatre (royalexchange.co.uk/cuttinit)

Harrogate

Keith Haring: New Wave* is an exhibition featuring original signed prints, exhibition posters and vintage ephemera, showcasing the artist and his influence on modern living contemporaries in the late 20th century and beyond.

Until 29 Feb, RedHouse Originals (redhouseoriginals.com)

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