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The Three Musketeers: A Comedy Adventure invites you to join hot-headed D’Artagnan who, armed only with a baguette and a questionable steed, travels to Paris full of childish excitement and misplaced bravado to become a Musketeer.

7 Feb, Theatre Royal ( 


Singer of Finders Keepers, Don’t Call Me Up and Mad Love, and daughter of Neneh Cherry and Massive Attack producer Cameron McVey, Mabel heads out on tour. 

4 Feb, Academy ( 


Krewe Liverpool is a surrealist masquerade ball with music, dance, costume and carnival. 

7 Feb, Sefton Palm House ( 


Local artist Ian McKay’s new exhibition highlights the architecture of Collier Street Baths and emphasises the importance of its social history. The exhibition includes paintings, preparatory studies and photographs.

Until 26 April, Salford Museum and Art Gallery (  


Guitar prodigy Chantel McGregor tours with new material from a forthcoming acoustic album. 

7 Feb, The Grand ( 


The Banff Mountain Film Festival features a collection of the world’s best adventure films, starring intrepid explorers on wild expeditions in remote corners of the world. 

6-7 Feb, Town Hall ( 


Inspired by the kaleidoscope of passengers who travel on the Route 555 bus between Lancaster and Keswick, Ladies That Bus fuses real-life stories and interviews with humour, songs and original music, resulting in a tale of journeys taken and not taken. 

6-8 Feb, The Dukes ( 


In her debut production as artistic director Bryony Shanahan’s bold and visceral adaptation of Wuthering Heights employs an ensemble cast of actors and musicians to tell the story of Cathy, Heathcliff and the wild Yorkshire Moors. 

7 Feb-7 March, Royal Exchange ( 

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