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Things to do next week

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Manchester

One in six people in Scotland suffers from hearing loss. Two of those people are Ray Bradshaw’s parents. Deaf Comedy Fam is full of funny tales about growing up with them. The show will be performed in both British Sign Language and English.

4 July, The Frog and Bucket (frogandbucket.com) 

Bradford

The new David Hockney Gallery opens ahead of the Yorkshire artist’s 80th birthday. Permanent exhibits include family photos, previously unseen footage of the artist, early sketchbooks and the largest public collection of his work from his time at Bradford School of Art.

From 7 July, David Hockney Gallery (bradfordmuseums.org)

Harrogate

Harrogate Music Festival is a month-long multi-venue event featuring classical, jazz and contemporary music, a big sing, family events and a young musician series complementing the main concerts.

30 June-30 July, various venues (harrogateinternationalfestivals.com)

Manchester

Extra tickets are on sale for Radiohead after moving their Manchester Arena show to stadium size. Their ninth studio album A Moon Shaped Pool hit number one and spent 25 weeks in the album charts.

4 July, Emirates Old Trafford (gigsandtours.com)

Mirfield

Nine female artists take residence aboard the Selina Cooper, Idle Women’s floating arts centre. Artists including Karen Shannon and Nancy Barrett will offer workshops covering portrait photography, painting, stained glass making, visual journaling and protest banner making.

19 June-24 Aug, Shepley Bridge (creativepeopleplaces.org.uk)

Leeds

Caught in the Russian Revolution: the British Community in Petrograd 1917-1918 is an exhibition drawing on the Leeds Russian Archive to mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution.

Until 31 July, University of Leeds, (library.leeds.ac.uk)

Sheffield

Everything Flows brings together work by emerging and established Sheffield-based artists working with painting, sculpture, video, photography and sound. The works are each united, in different ways, by a sense of flow.

Until 3 Sept, Millennium Gallery (museums-sheffield.co.uk) 

Lytham

A season of outdoor theatre continues with Illyria‘s production of Arthur Conan Doyle’s adventure story The Lost World – from which the Jurassic Park story developed.

9 July, Lytham Hall (illyria.uk.com)

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