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The Five Best Cultural Events in Yorkshire This Week

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There’s plenty to see and do across Yorkshire this week

17 APRIL
PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING
O2 Academy, Sheffield
0114 253 7777
www.academymusicgroup.com

The London indie band led by the stupendously-named J Willgoose, Esq combines electronica and traditional instruments including banjos and guitars to create something you’re unlikely to have ever heard before.

17 APRIL
VIENNA FESTIVAL BALLET
Grand Opera House, York
0844 871 3024
www.atgtickets.com

One of the world’s most acclaimed ballet troupes, founded in Vienna by Peter Mallek in 1980, returns to Yorkshire for what promises to be another amazing production of twinkle-toed performances.

19 APRIL
TEZ ILYAS
Hull Fruit
01482 221113
www.fruitspace.co.uk

In his latest show, the Blackburn born comedian of Pakistani descent confronts the assumptions people wrongly make about him – and how he manages his religious beliefs with life in the stand-up world – with hilarious consequences.

19 APRIL
COCK O’THE NORTH HANDICAP
Ripon Races
01765 530530
www.ripon-races.co.uk

Yorkshire’s garden racecourse opens its year with the Cock O’The North Handicap, a tradition on the Yorkshire racing calendar. Gates open at 12.15pm, with the first race starting at 2.15pm.

UNTIL 13 MAY
ROWENA COMRIE
Kunsthuis Gallery, Crayke
www.kunsthuisgallery.com

This Crayke art gallery’s first exhibition of the year sees Scottish painter Rowena Comrie’s amazing depictions of her surroundings displayed alongside sculptures by Richard Thornton, who is an acclaimed craftsman, creating work for galleries and art fairs.

Published in: April 2018

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