Musical, egg hunting and exhibition: Things to do this week


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Get set to rock with the brand-new, high-octane musical Bat Out Of Hell

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Show your support in the run-up to Red Nose Day with a new T-shirt from TK Maxx. Photographer Rankin has swapped the camera for couture to create a T-shirt range in partnership with Comic Relief.

There are nine animal designs to choose from for all ages, including Rankin’s pooch Doris, and they’re all made in Africa using Fairtrade cotton. Prices start at £6.99 with at least £5 going to Comic Relief to help people living tough lives in Africa and the UK. This year’s celebrity supporters include Joanna Lumley, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Alesha Dixon. Buy in store tomorrow or see tkmaxx.com. For more information, see rednoseday.com

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Discover the story of 1930s America at London’s Royal Academy with help from great artists including Jackson Pollock and Georgia O’Keeffe. The America After the Fall: Painting in the 1930s exhibition, which runs from February 25 to June 4, displays 45 iconic works to tell the tale of the nation’s flux after the Wall Street Crash.

See how each artist captured the effects from city to farm, from Joe Jones’ Roustabouts to Cotton Pickers by Thomas Hart Benton. Tickets cost £13.50. See royalacademy.org.uk.

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Tickle your sweet tooth at the Cadbury Creme Egg Hunting Lodge. The chocolatey venue is touring the country from London to Edinburgh, serving up Creme Egg-inspired treats from Gooey Creme Egg S’mores and Creme Black Forest Toasties to Creme Egg Hunters Hot Chocs.

Drop in for delicious take-out treats or book in to fill up and hone your hunting skills to become an expert Creme Egg hunter. For more information on delicious events near you and to book tickets, see eventbrite.co.uk

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Get set to rock with the brand-new, high-octane musical Bat Out Of Hell. Showing at Manchester’s Opera House from Friday to April 8, it is based on Meat Loaf’s bestselling album.

A romantic adventure about rebellious youth and passionate love, the Jim Steinman musical features iconic rock classics including I’d Do Anything For Love… (But I Won’t Do That), Dead Ringer For Love and Bat Out Of Hell. Tickets cost from £17.50. To book, call 08444 847 2484 or see atgtickets.com.



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