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2015 Varsity Trophy Match: Edinburgh Napier Knights v Edinburgh University Predators

Edinburgh Napier Knights take on Edinburgh University Predators in a game of American football. In true US style there's a cheer squad, brass band and entertainment pre-game.

Boroughmuir Rugby Club, Edinburgh

Sun 1 Feb

£4 (Students £2; Students £1.50 with Student Recommends App; Children free) / 0131 443 7571

035: Adult Life Drawing And Painting (Long Pose): Workshop (Over 16s)

Work on one painting or drawing or numerous ones in a life drawing workshop led by Dr Mary Cosgrove. Participants are required to provide their own materials and equipment. Suitable for participants over the age of 16.

Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast

Fri 30 Jan

£100 (£93) / 028 9024 2338

Fri 6 Feb

£100 (£93) / 028 9024 2338

Fri 13 Feb

£100 (£93) / 028 9024 2338

…and 43 more dates until 11 Dec

062: Creative Development For Kids: Workshop (Ages 5-7)

Take part in individual and group projects in drawing, painting, papercraft and book making. Suitable for children aged five to seven.

Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast

Thu 29 Jan

£76 / 028 9024 2338

Thu 5 Feb

£76 / 028 9024 2338

Thu 12 Feb

£76 / 028 9024 2338

…and 43 more dates until 10 Dec

082: Painting Continuation: Workshop (Over 18s)

Daniela Balmaverde leads a painting workshop focusing on experimenting with mixed media. Materials are provided. Suitable for participants over the age of 18. Not suitable for beginners.

Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast

Fri 30 Jan

£105 (£99) / 028 9024 2338

Fri 6 Feb

£105 (£99) / 028 9024 2338

Fri 13 Feb

£105 (£99) / 028 9024 2338

…and 43 more dates until 11 Dec

100 Days: The Rwandan Genocide Twenty Years Later

Photographs, videos and multimedia installations exploring one of Africa's darkest periods, which saw the murder of 800,000 people and the rape of 500,000, following the assassination of the Rwandan and Burundian president Cyprien Ntaryamira.

The Herbert, Coventry

Sun 1 Feb

Peace and Reconciliation Gallery

Free / 024 7683 2386

Sun 8 Feb

Peace and Reconciliation Gallery

Free / 024 7683 2386

Sun 15 Feb

Peace and Reconciliation Gallery

Free / 024 7683 2386

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12:one: Just Theatre

Issues such as the death penalty, the failures of society and the courage to stand alone are covered in this dynamic courtroom drama about a teenager accused of murdering her father.

Chickenshed, London N14

Fri 13 Mar

£10 (£8) / 020 8292 9222

Sat 14 Mar

£10 (£8) / 020 8292 9222

Sun 15 Mar

£10 (£8) / 020 8292 9222

13: GSA

  • Directed by: Sean McNamara
  • Written by: Mike Bartlett

GSA present this urgent and forceful play from Mike Bartlett and director Sean McNamara about capitalism, politics and untamed military adventurism.

Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford

Sat 14 Mar

£13 / 01483 440000

  • 14:30 13: GSA Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford

13: Llandudno Youth Music Theatre

High energy musical production with an unforgettable rock score from Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown.

Venue Cymru, Llandudno

Sat 7 Feb

£12.50; £10.50 (Children £10.50) / 01492 872000

16/15

16/15 is an exhibition of sixteen postgraduate artists.

The Muse Gallery, London W11

Thu 12 Feb

Free / 020 7792 8588

  • 12:00 – 18:00 16/15 The Muse Gallery, London

Fri 13 Feb

Free / 020 7792 8588

  • 12:00 – 18:00 16/15 The Muse Gallery, London

Sat 14 Feb

Free / 020 7792 8588

  • 12:00 – 18:00 16/15 The Muse Gallery, London
…and 15 more dates until 1 Mar

1898: One Week Contemporary Dance Festival

  • Written by: Mbulelo Ndabeni

A week-long choreographic festival in which four short works, celebrating the year in which The Coronet was built, are both developed and performed.

The Print Room At The Coronet, London W11

Sat 28 Feb

£25; £10 (£17; £17) / 020 3642 6606

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18th Century Drawing Collections And Charles Rogers FRS FSA (1711 To 1784)

Michael Liversidge explores the live of the artist Charles Rogers and the collection of drawings he assembled in the later past of the 18th Century.

Plymouth City Museum And Art Gallery

Wed 18 Mar

£6.60 (£4.50) / 01752 304774/264878

1940s Felt Brooch Workshop.

Liz Tregenza hosts a workshop showing you how to make authentic looking 1940s felt brooches.

Whitehall, Cheam, Sutton

Sat 18 Apr

£4 adv booking essential / 020 8643 1236

1940s Social Dance Basic & Basic Plus: Workshop

Transport yourself back to the swinging world of the 1940s and learn the dance sensations that took the era by storm. No partner necessary.

Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth

Fri 30 Jan

Garden Studio

£5

1940S Variety Show - Matinee

45 min Matinee Variety Show/Concert Party featuring all the famous artists from the 40s. The full show is on Saturday night

Brighouse Civic Hall

Sat 6 Jun

£6

1st AfroAsia Week 2015

A business and culture showcase with fashion shows, an exhibition of products, the Miss AfroAsia contest and much more.

UK Centre for Carnival Arts, Luton

Fri 14 Aug

£1–£15 (£5 adv)

Sat 15 Aug

£1–£15 (£5 adv)

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The 2014 Belfast Tattoo

A showcase of some of the finest regimental, pipe and flute bands, together with The Belfast Tattoo Highland Dance Troupe and a major display from 24 champion drum majors.

Odyssey Arena, Belfast

Sat 5 Sep

£25–£42.50 / 028 9073 9074

2014 British FIM Speedway Grand Prix

Brit World Champion Tai Woffinden is up against three riders with six World Championships between them in Greg Hancock, Nicki Pedersen and Chris Holder. Also in action is fellow Brit Chris Harris, having been handed a permanent Wild Card for this year's series.

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

Sat 4 Jul

£29–£100 / 08442 777 888

2015 Brant International Piano Competition

A contest fro student pianists.

Birmingham Town Hall

Sat 4 Jul

£9.50–£20 ( £9.50–£19; Children £4.75–£10 under 16s) / 0121 345 0600

20th-Century Collectors And Modern Decorative Arts: Talk

A gallery talk by Helen Ritchie of the British Museum.

British Museum, London WC1B

Fri 13 Feb

Room 2

Free / 020 7323 8181

A 21st Century Tea Dance

Swing into summer with not one, but two opportunities to experience our unique, all-ages cabaret, where cake meets comedy and tea pots brew poetry.

The Albany, London SE8

Tue 26 May

£5 1pm; £7 7pm / 020 8692 4446

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27 - Peter McMaster

A physical dance production pushing dancers to their physical limits, looking at the threat of untimely death.

Trinity Centre, Bristol

Sun 15 Feb

£10–£13

28th Banbury Blues, Roots, And Acoustic Music Festival

Performances by a variety of bands and singers, including The Kokomo Kings, the Spikedrivers, the Red Butler Band, Steve Morrison, Peter Price and Matt Woosey.

The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury

Sat 21 Mar

£11 Afternoon; £21 Evening / 01295 279002

2funky Breakdancing (Ages 6-15)

A fun, active break-dancing session with Peter Cuvala (B-Boy Tek) and other local dancers.

Curve Theatre, Leicester

Sat 31 Jan

Phone for prices / 0116 242 3595

3 Daft Monkeys

Alternative folk material from this three piece group from Cornwall.

The Atkinson, Southport

Sat 14 Feb

Studio

£10 / 01704 533333

3 Little Pigs: Stuff And Nonsense Theatre Company

The classic children's fairytale transformed into a feast of comical puppetry.

Lincoln Performing Arts Centre

Sat 11 Apr

£10 (£8; £25) / 01522 882000

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