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Hot tickets; James Rodger's guide to the unmissable events coming up in Coventry and Warwickshire.

Night Must Fall WHEN: Until tomorrow. WHERE: The Belgrade Theatre, Belgrade Plaza, Coventry. WHAT: Emlyn William's psychological thriller will leave audiences on the edge of their seat. When smooth-talking Dan arrives unexpectedly at old Mrs Bramson's remote woodland home he soon ingratiates his way into her life and that of her beautiful niece Olivia. But when a local woman goes missing and rumours of a murder surface among the household, fingers begin to point.

HOW MUCH: From PS15.

DJ Fresh WHEN: Tomorrow. WHERE: The Kasbah nightclub, Primrose Hill Street, Hillfields, Coventry.

WHAT: The city's premier nightclub continues its Freshers Fortnight by welcoming DJ Fresh. The Kasbah has thrilled thousands of Coventry University and University of Warwick students over the past few days, having held a variety of events featuring chart-topping musicians, prominent DJs and some of the most recognisable TV talent show contestants.

HOW MUCH: PS6 - but you can get PS1 off with a valid NUS card.

Festival of the Dead WHEN: From tomorrow. WHERE: The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Jordan Well, Coventry.

WHAT: As the nights draw in and the air turns cold, the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum in Coventry will be hosting a month-long Festival of the Dead. A host of large scale events, film screenings, talks, crafts and workshops will take place, kicking off tomorrow with Ghost Town, a street art takeover with a dark twist.

HOW MUCH: Free The Sixteen WHEN: Today.

WHERE: Coventry Cathedral. WHAT: The musical ensemble celebrates the work of William Byrd and Arvo Part, composers from very different eras, both of whom are considered masters of sacred music despite having faced considerable persecution for their work.

HOW MUCH: PS25 (concessions PS12.50).

Pizza Festival WHEN: Today and tomorrow. WHERE: FarGo Village, Far Gosford Street, Coventry. WHAT: The inaugural event will celebrate the wonder of the pizza, from thin Italian crusts to thicker, doughier numbers. Expect everything from deep pan to stone-baked efforts. HOW MUCH: Free.

VIP Record Fair WHERE: FarGo Village, Far Gosford Street, Coventry. WHEN: Sunday.

WHAT: The biggest selection of vinyl records, CDs and music memorabilia ever assembled in the area, with the whole spectrum of rock and pop covered. HOW MUCH: Free.

British Dog Grooming Championships WHERE: Warwickshire Exhibition Centre, The Fosse, Fosse Way, Leamington Spa.

WHEN: Sunday. WHAT: Organised by the British Dog Groomers' Association, the event will determine this year's Groomer of the Year and the Newcomer of the Year. In 2015, 120 groomers competed and hundreds more watched. HOW MUCH: Ticket are PS9 for BDGA members; PS12 non-members.

Young Frankenstein WHEN: Sunday.

WHERE: Albany Theatre, 53 The Butts, Coventry.

WHAT: A young neurosurgeon, played by the late, great Gene Wilder, inherits the castle of his grandfather, the famous Dr.

Victor von Frankenstein. In the castle he finds a funny hunchback called Igor, a pretty lab assistant named Inga and the old housekeeper, Frau Blucher. Young Frankenstein believes that the work of his grandfather was delusional, but when he discovers the book where the mad doctor described his reanimation experiment, he suddenly changes his mind... HOW MUCH: Adult PS6, child PS4.50 and concessions PS4.50.


Pyschological thriller Night Must Fall is at the Belgrade until tomorrow
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
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Date:Sep 30, 2016
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