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Extreme Stunt Show Air Battle

An exciting stunt show where the Extreme Team take to the air to battle it out with performers defying gravity to perform stunts.

Lincolnshire Show Ground

Tue 28 Apr

£6–£12 / 01522 522900

ECA Third Year Show: Low Risk Occupiers

Third year Edinburgh College of Art students showcase their work.

St Margaret's House, Edinburgh

Tue 28 Apr

Free / 0131 661 1924

That'll Be the Day

Step back in time with a brand new edition of the popular touring show, and hear rock'n'roll hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.

Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth

Tue 28 Apr

Times to be confirmed / £22.58–£27.41 / 0844 576 3000

Pasha Kovalev: Life Through Dance

  • Directed by: Pasha Kovalev

The Strictly Come Dancing professional performs his brand of ballroom and Latin.

New Wimbledon Theatre, London SW19

Tue 28 Apr

£21–£26 / 0844 871 7646

The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

  • Directed by: Marianne Elliott
  • Written by: Simon Stephens (adapt)

Simon Stephens's adaptation of the darkly humorous book by Mark Haddon presented by National Theatre.

Edinburgh Festival Theatre

Tue 28 Apr

Over-11s only

£17–£33 / 0131 529 6000

Gielgud Theatre, London W1D

Tue 28 Apr

£17.50–£155 / 0844 482 5130

The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Night-Time

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The Vote

  • Directed by: Josie Rourke
  • Written by: James Graham

A collaborative drama from James Graham and Josie Rourke, about the process of voting during a national election. The play is due to be broadcast live on television during the final ninety minutes of the General Election, in May 2015.

Donmar Warehouse, London WC2H

Tue 28 Apr

Tickets available by a ballot / 0844 871 7624

  • 19:30 The Vote Donmar Warehouse, London

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'.

Victoria Theatre, Halifax

Tue 28 Apr

£15–£29.10 / 01422 351158

The Venetian Twins

Tony Cownie's new version of Carlo Goldoni's timeless comedy tells the story of two estranged twins, Zanetto and Tonino. Though they look alike, as people they couldn't be more different. When the arrive in the same town on the same day, things start to get a little confusing.

Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

Tue 28 Apr

£15–£29 evening (concession from £10; matinee £12.50–£24) / 0131 248 4848

Shafted!

A new comedy by renowned playwright John Godber.

East Riding Theatre, Beverley

Tue 28 Apr

£14

  • 19:30 – 22:00 Shafted! East Riding Theatre, Beverley

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 28 Apr

£5 / 0131 247 4704

The Flying Duck, Glasgow

Tue 28 Apr

£5 / 0141 564 1450

Redd Function Suite, Dundee

Tue 28 Apr

£5

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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 28 Apr

Free / 0131 622 6802

Birdsong

  • Written by: Rachel Wagstaff (adapt)

Adaptation of Sebastian Faulks' best-selling novel of love, courage and sacrifice set before and during WWI.

Bristol Old Vic

Tue 28 Apr

£7.50–£27.50 / 0117 987 7877

Stewart Francis: Pun Gent

Surreal and deadpan one-liners from the Canadian stand-up and TV regular, as seen on Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo.

Connaught Theatre, Worthing

Tue 28 Apr

£17.50 / 01903 206206

ARTIST ROOMS: Roy Lichtenstein

A three-room display of the work of Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997), the man who made Ben-Day dots into his signature style. This display brings together for the first time works by the wittiest of the pop artists.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One, Edinburgh

Tue 28 Apr

Free / 0131 624 6200

Evita

A theatrical performance.

Riverside Theatre, University Of Ulster, Coleraine

Tue 28 Apr

£14; £13; £18; £16.50 / 028 7032 3232

  • 20:00 Evita Riverside Theatre, University Of Ulster, Coleraine
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We've Only Just Begun: The Carpenters

Relive the magic of one of the greatest female voices in pop music history as Toni Lee becomes Karen Carpenter and sings over 22 hits.

Grand Opera House, York

Tue 28 Apr

£14–£23

The Playhouse, Weston-super-Mare

Tue 28 Apr

£21.50 (£19.50; Children £17) / 01934 645544

Eleni Kalorkoti

Work by Edinburgh-born illustrator whose work has appeared in the New York Times and publications by the V&A and Random House.

Hula Juice Bar and Gallery, Edinburgh

Tue 28 Apr

Free / 0131 220 1121

No Nothing

Alan Spence's play that takes a look at Edwin Morgan and Jimmy Reid – two important Scottish figures who died within days of each other – after they've woken up in a weird afterlife.

The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

Tue 28 Apr

Times vary / £11 / 01224 642230

A Play, A Pie and a Pint

Stewart Bryden: Something Manly

First solo exhibition from Scottish photographer.

The Brotique, Edinburgh

Tue 28 Apr

Free / 0131 623 7770

The Graduettes

Live sitcom focusing on the lives of three girls who graduate and then realise that life is not exactly what Sex and the City promised them

Lansdowne Church (Websters Theatre), Glasgow

Tue 28 Apr

£9 (£8) / 0141 337 2311

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The Netherlands National Circus

An award-winning circus spectacular blending together aerial feats, acrobatics, comedy, dance and theatre.

Wanstead Flats, London E7

Tue 28 Apr

£7–£26

RSA New Contemporaries 2015

The RSA's annual show of work by 72 graduates from the 2014 degree shows in art schools around the country, one of the art calendar's most important showcases for emerging talent.

Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh

Tue 28 Apr

£4 (£2) / 0131 225 6671

Behaviour

The Arches continues its quest to support innovative live performance with six weeks of events representing the forefront of arts practice from the most exciting international artists and their Scottish counterparts.

The Arches, Glasgow

Tue 28 Apr

Times to be confirmed / £60 Festival Pass (£53) / 0141 565 1000

Burnt Oak

  • Directed by: Nathan Osgood
  • Written by: Laurence Lynch

Laurence Lynch's play looking at human relationships. Directed by Nathan Osgood.

Leicester Square Theatre, London WC2H

Tue 28 Apr

£17.50 (£15) / 0844 873 3433

  • 19:00 Burnt Oak Leicester Square Theatre, London

The Fureys & Davey Arthur

The Irish legends perform with Davey Arthur.

The Stables, Milton Keynes

Tue 28 Apr

Jim Marshall Auditorium

£20 / 01908 280800

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