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Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet: The Nutcracker
The Russian company performs the classical ballet adapted from the story The Nutcracker And The Mouse King set to Tchaikovsky's legendary music, as part of its first UK tour.
Nov 29, 7.30pm, mat Nov 29, 2.30pm
2.30pm £25-£30, child £15, OAP/NUS £18, 7.30pm £25-£35, child £15
The Lowestoft-born Hawkins brothers lead the flamboyant band as they perform their glam-flavoured hard rock.
Four Seasons By Candlelight
Mozart Festival Orchestra with soprano Keri Fuge, trumpeter Crispian Steele-Perkins and conductor & violin soloist David Juritz perform a recital of Handel's Let The Bright Seraphim, Pastoral Symphony, Rejoice Greatly from Messiah, Trumpet Suite, Arrival of the Queen of Sheba & Sarabande and Vivaldi's masterwork; The Four Seasons.
An Evening With Noel Fielding
The Mighty Boosh co-creator heads out on his solo tour, combining stand-up comedy, animation, music and plenty of off-the-wall sketches.
The alt rock band performs its third album Pills 'N' Thrills And Bellyaches in full, alongside b-sides and other hits.
Lianne La Havas
London-born acoustic folk and soul singer.
Award-winning newcomer Lucy Beaumont performs her witty, non-judgemental observational stand-up. With support from Julian Deane and
Matt Forde: Comedy Live
The in-demand satirist Matt Forde performs his signature stand-up. With support from Adam Hess and MC Hayley Ellis.
The choirmaster, singer and television personality, embarks on a nationwide tour.
Kate Rusby At Christmas
The award-winning contemporary folk singer-songwriter from Penistone plays songs from her new album, 20.
£25, under 16s £17.50
Horrible Histories: Horrible Christmas
The popular CBBC series is adapted for the stage, with various historical characters revealing the evolution of Christmas.
Dec 14, 19, 30, Jan 6, 8, 6.30pm, mat Dec 14-17, Jan 7, 1.30pm, Dec 15-17, Jan 8, 10am, Dec 19, 20, 2.30pm, Dec 21-23, 27-30, Jan 2-4, 9, 11am, Dec 21-24, 28, 29, Jan 2-4, 9, 3pm
£22.50, child £17, OAP £12.50
Indie-folk material from the trio who hail from London.
Rebecca Ferguson: Lady Sings The Blues
The jazz singer performs songs from her album.
The American singer-songwriter and former Czars frontman promotes his Grey Tickles, Black Pressure album.
The Sheffield-born singer-songwriter and veteran guitarist, best known as a musician as part of Ace, Roxy Music and Squeeze, performs pop-rock.
NME Awards Tour 2016
Rock showcase featuring Bloc Party performing in support of their album Hymns, plus Austin, Texas, Drenge, Ratboy and Bugzy Malone.
25 Years Of Reeves And Mortimer
The surreal British comedy duo presents a selection of classic characters alongside new material.
Celtic-influenced folk-rock by the iconic veteran outfit from the Isle Of Skye.
Feb 27, phone for times
Classic pop as the singer and actor performs his Ten Good Reasons album in full, plus hits from throughout his career.
Ed Byrne: Outside Looking In
Observational humour from the Dublin-born stand-up and actor.
Sarah Millican: Outsider
Wry observations from the Geordie stand-up, writer, star of BBC 2's The Sarah Millican Show and the 2011 British Comedy Award winner for The People's Choice Queen Of Comedy.
Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox
The New York-based group performs pop and rock covers.
The five-piece vocal group who won Britain's Got Talent, performs a selection of showtunes.
The veteran band, formed in Guildford in 1974, performs its punk-rock and new wave hits including No More Heroes and Golden Brown.
Bellowhead: The Farewell Tour
Folk veterans Jon Boden and John Spiers embark on a two-part farewell tour through 2015 and 2016, playing various instruments including bouzoukis, banjos, flugelhorn and wind-up toys.
Combining Celtic and Irish mythology to a score composed by Bill Whelan, the Irish dancing spectacular celebrates 21 years since the show exploded into the public consciousness as the interval act during the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest.
May 3-5, 8pm, mat May 5, 2.30pm
The group plays dark chamber pop and reflective alternative rock.
May 6, phone for times
Bill Bailey: Limboland
Imaginative musical comedy and offbeat humour from the writer and actor.
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