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George Henry Longly: Volume Excess

Work in wood and clay, and a video.

Kendall Koppe Gallery, Glasgow

Sat 25 Apr

Free / 07969 403472

Jeremy Hardy

Mr Hardy is a stalwart of BBC Radio 4 comedy including The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. Now's your chance to see Jeremy out on his own, peddling his intelligent satire and gentle musings across the country.

The Atkinson, Southport

Sat 25 Apr

The Atkinson - Theatre

£14 (£5) / 01704 533333

Jonny & The Baptists: Rock The Vote

Songs, satire and silliness from Jonny And The Baptists.

The Firestation, Windsor

Sat 25 Apr

£6–£12 / 01753 866 865

Liz Larner: Space is better than time, but time is OK

Work by renowned American installation artist.

The Modern Institute, Glasgow

Sat 25 Apr

Free / 0141 248 3711

Marc Almond

The former Soft Cell perv pixie turned torch song crooner and old school cabaret interpreter revisits his 30-year career.

Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Sat 25 Apr

£19.50–£37.50 / 0844 907 9000

Leeds Town Hall

Sat 25 Apr


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Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse: Ponte City

Ponte City is an iconic 54-story tower block in an inner city district of Johannesburg, which during the post-apartheid era has become a home not just for former township dwellers but also for recent immigrants from elsewhere in Africa. A planned redevelopment in 2007 was cancelled due to the subprime mortgage crisis, and…

Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh

Sat 25 Apr

Free / 0131 624 6200

Reflections: a programme of new and ever-changing displays

A changing set of displays hosting work by major contemporary artists, including (among others) Louise Lawler, Taryn Simon, Cathy Wilkes, Martin Creed, Gabriel Orozco and Abraham Cruzvillegas, and featuring the recently acquired 1912 Picasso drawing, Head.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One, Edinburgh

Sat 25 Apr

Free / 0131 624 6200


  • Directed by: Christopher Luscombe
  • Written by: music)

The Knights of the Round Table-spoofing musical from the Monty Python, written by Eric Idle and John Du Prez.

Churchill Theatre, Bromley

Sat 25 Apr

£10.50–£41 / 08441 717620

Sunny Afternoon

  • Directed by: Adam Cooper
  • Written by: Joe Penhall

British singer-songwriter, Ray Davies, recalls his early life and the career of the eponymous pop-rock group, The Kinks, in this musical biography set during the 1950s and 1960s. Directed by Edward Hall.

The Harold Pinter Theatre, London SW1Y

Sat 25 Apr

£15–£99.50 / 0844 871 7622