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One Man Breaking Bad

  • 3 stars

One man. Sixty minutes. Sixty episodes. Shedloads of knowledge. Miles Allen brings TV smash Breaking Bad to life, all by himself.

Alban Arena, St Albans

Tue 3 Mar

£18.50 / 01727 844488

Game Masters

Massive touring exhibition celebrating the varied history of computer gaming. With more than 125 playable games to work your way through, get stuck into arcade games, physical games (think Dance Battle et al), consoles, PCs and many more. On top of this, there's also displays of concept art, interactive displays and…

National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

Tue 3 Mar

Exhibition Gallery 1

£10 (£8; Children £6.30; under 5s free; Family £23–£28; Students £5 on Tue) / 0300 123 6789

Gordon Buchanan: Lost Adventures

Gordon's tales of his adventures, expedition and wildlife experiences.

The Place, Oakengates Theatre, Telford

Tue 3 Mar

£17.50 (£13.50) / 01952 382382

Dreamboats and Miniskirts

  • Written by: Maurice Gran

Musical sequel to Dreamboats And Petticoats written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, which follows an aspiring vocal duo, who must adapt their style to succeed during the advent of the Beatles and the Mersey sound. Featuring the hits 'Twist & Shout', 'Handy Man', 'Pretty Woman' and 'One Fine Day'.

Hull New Theatre

Tue 3 Mar

£12–£31 / 01482 226655

Oliver!

Much loved musical about a young orphan taken in by a gang of mischievous pick pockets and featuring catchy tunes 'Food Glorious Food', 'Consider Yourself' and 'You’ve Got to Pick a Pocket or Two'.

King's Theatre, Edinburgh

Tue 3 Mar

£15–£19 / 0131 529 6000

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Bad Boy Pub Quiz

The Bad Boy Pub Quiz: an evening of fun and frolics, musical statues, pass the pineapple, and the chance to win 'hunners' of money. Loads of great prizes to be won, and plenty of crap ones too!

The Three Sisters, Edinburgh

Tue 3 Mar

Free / 0131 622 6802

Blasted

Kate Wasserberg directs Sarah Kane's drama which starts off portraying dysfunctional relationships and ends up telling stories about the brutality of war.

Porter's Cardiff

Tue 3 Mar

£5–£12 / 029 2125 0666

The Slab Boys

Seminal piece of Scottish theatre by John Byrne depicting one Friday in the life of the boys who work in the slab room of a Paisley carpet factory.

Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Tue 3 Mar

Sold out / 0141 429 0022

Cirque Berserk

A large-scale family circus show with jugglers, acrobats, aerialists, dancers, musicians and stuntmen. Highlights include Hercules the strongman, award-winning clown Tweedy and a hair-raising motorcycle routine from Globe of Death.

Grand Theatre, Swansea

Tue 3 Mar

£16–£22 / 01792 475715

Ceilidh Mhor

Lively ceilidh.

Malone's Irish Bar, Edinburgh

Tue 3 Mar

£5 includes a choice of beverage / 0131 226 5954

  • 21:00 – 00:00 Ceilidh Mhor Malone's Irish Bar, Edinburgh
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Ruby Wax: Sane New World

Ruby's new show is all about sanity and how we can cling onto it.

St James Theatre, London SW1E

Tue 3 Mar

£20–£30 / 0844 264 2140

Caucasian Chalk Circle

A production of Bertolt Brecht's famous drama, which tells the powerful story of two women who both claim to be the mother of a child. This performance has been translated by Scottish writer Alistair Beaton and directed by the Lyceum's artistic director Mark Thomson.

Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

Tue 3 Mar

£15–£29 evening ticket (concessions from £10; Matinees £12.50–£24) / 0131 248 4848

Christie's Lates - Discovering Art & Interior Design

Christie's South Kensington is celebrating its 40th anniversary by keeping our doors open late the first Tuesday of every month. Anyone can drop in 6.30 - 9 pm for a post-work drink, and to hear experts talk about art, interior design and collecting

Christie's, London SW7

Tue 3 Mar

Free / 020 7930 6074

Twenty Eight – The Collective Pop-up

A Stockbridge-based pop-up shop featuring work from designers, artists, poets, milliners, dressmakers, illustrators, ceramicists and other creative types.

Twenty Eight, Edinburgh

Tue 3 Mar

Artist Rooms: Robert Mapplethorpe

Moving, arresting and truly significant work by prolific American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. Featuring ground-breaking portraiture of his contemporaries – Andy Warhol, Truman Capote and Patti Smith – and his iconic self-portraits.

Clydebank Museum, Glasgow

Tue 3 Mar

Free / 0141 562 2400

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Ealing Rock Choir

The Ealing Rock Choir is led by singer/pianist Christina Clark. We have a great year lined up and we would like to invite you to join our choir and take part in the local Ealing and wider London community. We are the Ealing rehearsal of the trailblazing Rock Choir. We often team up with the other local London choirs to…

Grange Primary School, London W5

Tue 3 Mar

£25 a month, free taster

Blood Brothers

  • Written by: Willy Russell

Willy Russell's moving tale about two brothers whose lives are worlds apart.

Palace Theatre, Manchester

Tue 3 Mar

£10–£37.50 / 0844 847 2275

The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas: Children Touring Partnership

  • Written by: Angus Jackson (adaptation)

A moving play set during the Second World War, seen through the eyes of Bruno, the eight-year-old son of the commandant at a concentration camp, whose forbidden friendship with a Jewish boy on the other side of the camp fence has startling and devastating consequences.

Royal and Derngate, Northampton

Tue 3 Mar

£20.50–£27; £19–£25 2.30pm; £20.50–£27 / 01604 624 811

Only Fools And Three Courses

Fun night of comedy and good food with the characters of Only Fools and Horses. Marlene and Boycie are hosting a Gala Dinner, but will things go to plan with Del, Rodney and Uncle Albert on the guest list? Don't sit under the chandelier, though.

Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea

Tue 3 Mar

Maritime Room

£39.50 / 01702 351135

Scottish Opera: Orfeo ed Euridice

Gluck's 1762 Orfeo ed Euridice did away with opportunities for empty virtuosity, setting new standards for dramatic integrity in opera writing, and in doing so helped to usher in the age of classical opera. Ashley Page directs this production, with Australian mezzo Caitlin Hulcup donning the breeches as Orfeo. Kenneth…

Edinburgh Festival Theatre

Tue 3 Mar

£10–£80.50 / 0131 529 6000

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Fascinating Aida: Charm Offensive

The satirical cabaret trio – Dillie Keane, Adèle Anderson and Liza Pulman – take their new show on tour.

Theatre Royal, Margate

Tue 3 Mar

£19–£22 / 01843 292795

Stewart Lee: A Room with a Stew

The latest show from Lee to promote his next Comedy Vehicle DVD. A series that won him Best Male Television Comic and Best Comedy Entertainment Programme at the British Comedy Awards in 2011.

Lustleigh Village Hall, Newton Abbot

Tue 3 Mar

Phone for availability / 01647 277447

Uncle Vanya

  • Directed by: Mark Rosenblatt
  • Written by: Samuel Adamson (adaptation)

Chekhov's masterpiece is a dark, funny and romantic exploration of cross-purposed love, bitter jealousy and a totally dysfunctional family stuck deep in rural Russia. Directed by Mark Rosenblatt.

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds

Tue 3 Mar

Quarry Theatre

£12–£28 / 0113 213 7700

Alasdair Gray: Spheres of Influence I

The centrality of Alasdair Gray's work as a visual artist and writer is traceable by drawing connections between his epic work and that of the artists who've come before and after him. This exhibition looks at the influences on Gray himself, and his own influence on others, drawing on works in the Gallery's collection.

Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

Tue 3 Mar

Free / 0141 287 3050

Part of The Alasdair Gray Season.

All the Young Nudes – Life Drawing Club

A relaxed life drawing club with music and a bar to aid the flow of inspiration.

Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh

Tue 3 Mar

£5 / 0131 247 4704

The Flying Duck, Glasgow

Tue 3 Mar

£5 / 0141 564 1450

Redd Function Suite, Dundee

Tue 3 Mar

£5

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