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Things to do next week

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Los Angeles ska-punk band The Interrupters tour in support of their third studio album Fight the Good Fight. 

29 Jan, O2 Academy (


Following a run of six singles in 2019 psych-grunge Leeds three-piece band Brooders continue their riff-fuelled anarchy on a winter tour.

29 Jan, Victoria Vaults (


Nature puts on a show with the Snowdrop Walk at Rode Hall. Carpets of rare varieties of the spring blooms line an enchanting mile-long walk, with shorter options available. 

Until 1 March, Rode Hall and Gardens ( 


Holocaust Memorial Day is marked with musical and theatrical performances based on the real-life experiences and testimonies of Manchester Jewry, refugees and Holocaust survivors. 

27 Jan, Manchester Jewish Museum (


The Landing is an exhibition from the Liverpool School of Artists, presenting work focused on the urban scene, often geometric and abstract. 

Until 25 March, The Atkinson ( 


A series of shows tie in with the release of Twin Atlantic’s new album Power. The Scottish band’s fourth album channels the band’s fandom of LCD Soundsystem and Depeche Mode as a reconfigured three-piece. 

28 Jan, The Wardrobe (


Squirrel Flower – the moniker of Ella O’Connor Williams – launches I Was Born Swimming, her debut album, with an in-store performance.   

2 Feb, Jumbo (


International award-winning photographer Mandy Barker presents major touring retrospective Our Plastic Ocean, featuring images constructed from debris from shorelines across the world. 

Until 7 March, Lauriston Gallery (

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