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Undated Handout Photo from Al Murray's Happy Hour, An Avalon Production for ITV. Picture shows :  A brand new Saturday night peak-time series starring multi-award-winner, AL MURRAY as THE PUB LANDLORD. See PA Feature TV Murray. PA Photo/ITV/Avalon. For further picture information, please contact John Manthorpe on 020 7737 8930.

Undated Handout Photo from Al Murray's Happy Hour, An Avalon Production for ITV. Picture shows : A brand new Saturday night peak-time series starring multi-award-winner, AL MURRAY as THE PUB LANDLORD. See PA Feature TV Murray. PA Photo/ITV/Avalon. For further picture information, please contact John Manthorpe on 020 7737 8930.

FRIDAY

Film: directed by Roman Polanski, Carnage is showing at Doncaster Little Theatre. Starts 2pm.

Two pairs of parents hold a cordial meeting after their sons are involved in a fight, though as their time together progresses, increasingly childish behaviour throws the evening into chaos.Tickets £5. Visit Doncaster Little Theatre

Comedy: The world-famous comedy club at the Doncaster Dome for one night only, with another superb line-up from the best of the British stand-up circuit.During this hilarious evening three comedians and a compère will take to the stage. It is the perfect way to get your weekend off to a hilarious start. Tickets £12. Call 01302 370777.

Charity Ball: Doncaster cancer charity Aurora is putting on their annual ball. Dress up in style and get your gladrags ready. Drinks on arrival, four-course dinner with live band. Tickets £40. Contact sally.richardson@dbh.nhs.uk or call 01909 502767.

Gig: bizarre, exotic and crazy happenings are a guarantee when the Vaudeville Freakshow comes to town. At The Leopard, West Street. Tickets £8. Visit Ents 24

SATURDAY

Gig: Nicki Minaj, who is currently celebrating yet another top ten hit with her new single Pound The Alarm, has announced that Misha B will be joining her on her previously announced Pink Friday Reloaded UK Arena tour as a special guest. At Sheffield Motorpoint Arena. Tickets £39.50. Visit Motorpoint Arena Sheffield

Show: Burlesque Chair Dance Night with support from James Taplin - resident artiste extraordinaire. Lovely ladies showing us their skills at chair dancing in sexy gear. At Cask Corner in Doncaster’s Cleveland Street. Entry free.

Comedy: Comic Dominic Kirwan, widely regarded as one of Ireland’s finest ever entertainers, brings his dynamic and vibrant performing style to The Plowright Theatre in Scunthorpe with his brand new show, Live and Personal. Tickets £17. Visit Scunthorpe Theatres

SUNDAY

Exhibition: thousands of items will be on sale at Doncaster Racecourse. The antique fair will see hundreds of bargains on offer, priced from pennies to hundreds of pounds. Tickets £3.50, concessions £3, under-12s free. Runs from 9.30am to 4.30pm. Contact Doncaster Racecourse

gig: tribute band The Bon Jovi Experience is playing at Scunthorpe’s Plowright Theatre. The show will feature hit songs Livin’ On a Prayer, Keep the Faith, Bad Medicine, and You Give Love a Bad Name. Tickets £17.50.

MONDAY

Musical: MUSIC and passion are always in fashion at the Dearne Playhouse in Goldthorpe. Until Saturday. 2Act Theatre Company will be putting on musical Cocacabana. From 7.30pm. Tickets £12 and £10 concessions. Call 01709 894128.

Comedy: Broken Britain may be staring into the bottom of an empty pint glass, but don’t lose hope – Al Murray The Pub Landlord is back to fill it up again, with a brand new show of epic proportions. At Sheffield City Hall. Tickets £25.50. Call 0114 2789789.

TUESDAY

Show: Green-fingered folk will be flocking to Doncaster Civic for the annual open evening of the Doncaster Flower Club. Special guest Lilias Hoskins will be demonstrating several flower arrangements. Tickets £12, £10 concessions. Call 01302 342349.

Theatre: Classic British sit-com Fawlty Towers is coming to Doncaster’s Little Theatre. After a sell-out production in 2010, Doncaster Theatre Company are back with three more classic episodes. Starts 7.30pm. Tickets £10, £8 concessions. Visit Doncaster Little Theatre

 

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