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Things to do next week

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Liverpool

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

29 Jan, O2 Academy (wearetheinterrupters.com)

York

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 (facebook.com/BroodersOfficial)

Cheshire

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 (rodehall.co.uk) 

Manchester

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 (manchesterjewishmuseum.com)

Southport

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 (theatkinson.co.uk) 

Leeds

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 (twinatlantic.com)

Leeds

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 (squirrelflower.net)

Sale

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 (watersidearts.org)

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