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Tramlines, various venues, Sheffield (July 22-24) There's no need for tents at this inner city festival, which has headliners Catfish and The Bottlemen, joining Dizzee Rascal, Field Music, The Young Fathers and local talent The Crooks and Blessa. Sherlocked, Excel London (September 23-25) Superfans will be in heaven at this second convention dedicated to all things Sherlock. There's the chance to meet cast and creators, and get a glimpse behind the scenes. Brideshead Revisited, York Theatre Royal (April 22-30, then touring until July) Evelyn Waugh's classic story of a young man whose life becomes entangled with a family of glamorous but troubled aristocrats is staged by playwright Briony Lavery. Fierce Light exhibition, East Gallery, Norwich University of the Arts (May 10-28, closed Sunday and Monday) Short films about the Battle of the Somme and its legacy accompany specially commissioned poetry from international writers each engraved onto an aerial photo of the battlefield. Dr Faustus, Duke Of York's Theatre, London (April 9 - June 25) Kit Harrington of Game of Thrones fame takes the lead in this new adaptation of Christopher Marlowe's tale of a man who sells his soul to the devil. Set in a world of celebrity and power, it's a modern take on the much loved play.

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Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Mar 6, 2016
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