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Things to do next week

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Leeds

A Display of the Evolution of Protest is an exhibition of artifacts, curated by the Preservation Party that highlights examples of protest and dissatisfaction in Leeds.

4 April-10 September, Leeds City Museum (leeds.gov.uk/museumsandgalleries)

Bradford

A juicy tale of greed, pride and the power of friendship, a musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox celebrates the Roald Dahl centenary.

28 June-2 July, Alhambra Theatre (bradford-theatres.co.uk)

Manchester

As part of the People’s History Museum’s Never Going Underground season, Continuum is one of the first large-scale group exhibitions in the UK dedicated to promoting trans art.

24 June-3 September, People’s History Museum (phm.org.uk)

Liverpool

Winners of BBC2’s The Naked Choir, The Sons of Pitches are on tour, showcasing their a cappella sound to cities in the UK.

1 July, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, (thesonsofpitches.co.uk)

Blackpool

Jonathan Baldock and Emma Hart present the second act of their collaborative Love Life exhibition, featuring ceramic sculptures, videos, installations and other works.

17 June-12 August, Grundy Art Gallery (grundyartgallery.com)

Sheffield

The regional premiere of Tribes follows Billy, a boy born deaf into a speaking family, as he explores the need to be heard and understood.

29 June-22 July, Studio Theatre (sheffieldtheatres.co.uk)

Manchester

Sophie Willan, “professional oversharer”, returns to Manchester with her second comedy show, Branded.

28 June-1 July, Contact (contactmcr.com)

Grassington

Grassington Festival is back in the Yorkshire Dales for another year with performances from artists such as Newton Faulkner. Activities and events range from theatre to comedy and art, are suitable for all ages, and are mostly free.

16 June-1 July, various venues (grassington-festival.org.uk)

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