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More details - Turn of the Screw
The Turn of the Screw Adapted from Henry James’ short story by Kenneth WHitmore Shortly after Miss Grey, a governess, arrives at Bly to take charge of Flora and Miles she sees the ghosts of the former valet and governess; itis the children they want.
9 Grange Road West
Today to Sat 27 Jan

More details - People of the Williamson - photographic portraits by James Deegan
Photographic portraits showing the people of the Williamson and reflecting the the rich variety of people who are connected to the gallery, the museum and cafe. The first of two exhibitions from James Deegan - the second will look closely at the people of nearby Oxton Village. Free but donations welcomed.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Today to Sun 28 Jan, Wed 31 Jan to Sun 4 Feb

More details - un-settled - an exhibition by Steve des Landes
The visual language that painter, Steve des Landes uses may be conventional and figures appear realistic and natural but the space is manipulated and contorted as are the figures, to tell the story.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Today to Sun 28 Jan, Wed 31 Jan to Sun 4 Feb, Wed 7 Feb to Sun 11 Feb, Wed 14 Feb to Sun 18 Feb, Wed 21 Feb to Sun 25 Feb, Wed 28 Feb to Sun 4 Mar

More details - Art Bloomers
Art Bloomers at the Williamson Art Gallery showcases artwork by 30 people from a community group under the tutorage of Marc Jones. On display will be work from 30 artist who attend the community art group who meet at the St James Centre of The North Birkenhead Development Trust.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Today to Sun 28 Jan

More details - Animal Encounters
The Animal Encounters exhibition brings together paintings, drawings, prints and objects from across the museum collection depicting animals in a wide range of settings. The selection may change from time to time, especially to include work by living local artists contributing to the theme.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Today to Sun 28 Jan, Wed 31 Jan to Sat 3 Feb

More details - Tuscany 2017
An exhibition arranged through the work of Edsential, who aim to encourage young people to explore their artistic and creative potential. Students from the Wirral, Cheshire West and Chester, Cheshire East, Warrington and Manchester, Cheshire East visited Italy in late Autumn to produce the work for the exhibition.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Today to Sun 28 Jan

More details - Will Penn on exhibition
Celebrating the life and works of William Charles Penn 1877–1968, fifty years after his death in the first of two exhibitions. William Charles Penn was a painter and influential teacher at Liverpool School of Art from 1911 until after World War II. He was instrumental in the founding of the Wirral Society of Arts.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Today to Sun 28 Jan, Wed 31 Jan to Sun 4 Feb

More details - "Little Red Riding Hood" at Wigan Little Theatre
Pantomime Written by: Bill Collins, Directed by: Tracey Dawson Once upon a time, there was a little girl who was loved by everyone, most of all by her grandmother, who gave her a little riding hood of red velvet. It suited her so well that she would never wear anything else.
44 Crompton Street, Wigan (corner with Orchard St opposite Sams Bar, if your sat nav can’t find it)
Today to Sat 27 Jan

More details - Award Winning, St Joseph's Players 2018 Pantomime,  CINDERELLA
Award winning ST JOSEPH’S PLAYERS PRESENT Their 2018 Pantomime: ’THE STORY OF CINDERELLA’ directed by Doreen Johnson and Pauline Nevell. packed with song, dance, Live music and of course an abundance of comedy for all the family.
St Joseph’s Hall, Chapel St. Leigh
Today, Sat 3 Feb

More details - Jane Eyre
A brand new adaptation by Lorna French. Penniless and alone, Jane emerges from a bleak childhood to make her way in life as a governess. At Thornfield Hall, she falls in love with her mysterious employer Mr Rochester, but he is hiding a terrible secret that could ruin everying. Directed by Elizabeth Newman
Octagon Theatre Bolton
Today to Sat 10 Feb

More details - Super Savings at Hamleys
Dust off the post-Christmas blues and head on over to Hamleys for their biggest ever SUPER SALE. Make sure you leave early to get to your nearest Hamleys this Boxing Day and throughout January to enjoy MASSIVE SAVINGS on selected toys, games and much more!
Unit Lsu7 - Peel Avenue, Trafford Centre, Manchester
Today to Wed 31 Jan

More details - August Alsina
August Alsina Plus Special Guests. Artists performing: August Alsina.: Tickets avaiable.
O2 Manchester Ritz, Manchester
Today

More details - Black Men Walking
“WE WALK. THOUGH WE ARE WRITTEN INTO THE LANDSCAPE YOU DON’T SEE US. WE WALKED ENGLAND BEFORE THE ENGLISH.” Thomas, Matthew and Richard walk. They walk the fi rst Saturday of every month. Walking and talking. But this walk… Maybe they should have cancelled, but they needed the walk today.
Royal Exchange Theatre, St Ann’s Square, Manchester
Today to Sat 27 Jan, Mon 29 Jan to Sat 3 Feb

More details - Black Veil Brides & Asking Alexandria
Black Veil Brides & Asking Alexandria plus special guests. Artists performing: Black Veil Brides, Asking Alexandria.: Tickets avaiable.
Academy, Manchester
Today

More details - Session Night with Desi Friel and friends
Fortnightly acoustic sessions with Desi and friends, newcomers welcome to join in or just enjoy the music. Over 18s only Free Supper provided
The PackHorse Inn
Today, Wed 7 Feb, Wed 21 Feb, Wed 7 Mar, Wed 21 Mar

More details - Babes in the Wood
NWTAC returns to the Grange Arts Theatre in January 2018 with the traditional family pantomime ’Babes in the Wood’. Join Robin Hood as he searches for the Babes who have been kidnapped by the evil Sheriff of Nottingham.
The Grange Arts Theatre, Rochdale Road, Oldham
Today to Sat 27 Jan

More details - The Something New Show
The Something New Show Is Back!! Like variety? Improv? Open Mic? Amazing guests? Comedy? Wondering whether otters would vote Corbyn? Us too. Join Kirsten Luckins performing poems from her books, The Trouble With Compassion, and the illustrated Utterly Otterly!
Bailiff Bar, The Old Courts, Crawford Street, Wigan
Thu 25 Jan

More details - Little Red and the Big Bad Wolf
A highly theatrical re-telling of the well-known classic tale packed with music, dance and song. A small figure sets off, with red cloak and hood, to grandma’s they go, the other side of the woods.
Theatr Clwyd Mold, Flintshire
Thu 25 Jan to Sat 27 Jan

More details - Samlesbury Hall: Wedding Open Evening
Samlesbury Hall: Wedding Open Evening Join us in January for our first open evening of the year to get a feel for how your big day will go! There will be a glass of chilled fizz for you on arrival, with delicious canapés available to taste.
Preston New Road Samlesbury Preston
Thu 25 Jan

More details - RavenEye
RavenEye Plus Skam. Artists performing: RavenEye.: Tickets avaiable.
The Deaf Institute, Manchester
Thu 25 Jan

More details - JIM JEFFERIES The Unusual Punishment Tour 2018
Jim Jefferies, one of the most popular and respected comedians of his generation, has announced two extra dates to his 2018 UK tour due to overwhelming public demand. The additional dates are a third London show at the Hammersmith Apollo on 24th and a second Manchester O2 Apollo on 25th January.
Stockport Rd, Manchester
Thu 25 Jan

More details - Weekly Quiz Night
Over 18s only Quiz teams of 2 - 8 Supper included
Pack Horse Inn
Thu 25 Jan, Thu 1 Feb, Thu 8 Feb, Thu 15 Feb, Thu 22 Feb, Thu 1 Mar, Thu 8 Mar

More details - Conservation Day in Denton.
Coppicing in Lower Haughton Dale to provide a varied structure and light levels which will form a better habitat for wildlife. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
Chaucer Avenue, Haughton Green, Denton.
Thu 25 Jan

More details - Comedy @ Chester Rugby Club
With: Steve Royle, Roger Monkhouse, n/a, Caimh McDonnell.
Chester RUFC, Hare La, Chester
Fri 26 Jan

More details - FNL: Neptune Valley /The Last Reserves/ Bison
Band on the rise, Neptune Valley return for another headline set after a storming set last year. Expect slick catchy rock riffs from this Indie funk outfit, support from punk rock 4 piece The Last Reserves – who make their Old Courts debut, alongside blues soaked rockers Bison. Approx.
Bailiff Bar, The Old Courts, Crawford Street, Wigan
Fri 26 Jan

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