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The perfect teaser event for Liverpool Theatre Festival in September – Little LTF offers audiences the chance to experience an eclectic programme of brand-new performance.
Free digital festival with interactive, behind-the-scenes access to world-changing discovery in the fields of arts, science, languages and medicine.
Kemang Wa Lehulere collaborates with 11 Manchester writers and over 100 residents of the city to create a surprising collection of love letters – a new book for Central Library.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s powerful reflection on family, love and loss journeys from page to stage in Rae McKen’s new production.
Be the first to experience new work at MIF’s future year-round home with a special installation bringing the natural world into the heart of the city – created especially for the site by director Deborah Warner.
Brighter Sound are offering the chance for early career musicians aged 16-21 to spend a week creating, learning and collaborating with PINS.
Trafford’s flagship arts festival returns to Waterside for ten days of experiential performance and cultural delight.
The Hallé returns to The Bridgewater Hall in glorious style this summer, with six thrilling concerts for audiences to experience in person.
The second edition of Yorkshire Sculpture International – the UK’s largest dedicated sculpture festival – opens this summer.
Use Hearing Protection tells the story of Factory Records’ formative years from 1978-1982, when the label made waves with its innovative work in music, technology and design.
TOP SECRET: the Science and Industry Museum digs into the history of British national security over the last 100 years.
Over four decades after it was first commissioned by Sheffield Theatre’s, Wood’s comedy masterpiece will return to the Crucible stage with an all-star cast.
Fusing dance, music, theatre and puppetry, this bright, family-friendly show explores the concept of play and how we connect with one another.
Discover the magical world of Judith Kerr’s books and learn more about the life of their legendary author in this eagerly awaited exhibition.