Highlights of what’s going on this week.
New This Week
North York Moors, 28-30 May
A walking festival takes place over the Bank Holiday Weekend with guided themed walks in some very special places across the North York Moors.
Mouse – The Persistance of an Unlikely Thought
Everyman, Liverpool. Until 28 May
Comic and playwright Daniel Kitson returns to Liverpool’s Everyman with a brand new show about “friendship and loneliness, doubt and hope, a mouse, a phone call and the unfathomable repercussions of everything we ever do.”
Peaky Blinders: Series 3
This gangster drama set in post-world war one Birmingham has recently returned to our screens. Episode One of the third series can be found on iPlayer here.
And if you did not catch the first two series, there is a short re-capping of the story so far here.
Groundhog Day – The Musical
Groundhog Day; the 1993 film which sees Bill Murray as a TV weatherman forced to repeat the same day again and again, is hitting the stage later this year. Tickets are available now for this upcoming comedy with music and lyrics by Tim Minchin, who has had much success with his recent musical adaptaion of Roald Dahl’s Matilda.