CLASSICAL: The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra play at the Victoria Hall on Friday at 8pm. Conducted by Nicholas Collon and featuring guest soloist Olivier Charlier, the concert includes The Hebrides Overture, by Mendelssohn, as well as Bruch's Violin Concerto No 1 and Elgar's Symphony No 1. Tickets for the concert, priced £14-£29.50, are available from 0844 871 7627.
EXHIBITION: An exhibition to honour the people of Lidice continues at The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery today. Hitler destroyed the Czech village in 1942, and when Stoke-on-Trent GP and politician Dr Barnett Stross heard about the tragedy, he launched the Lidice Shall Live campaign. The display continues until November 4.
PLAY: D H Lawrence's The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd continues at the New Vic Theatre tonight. Telling the tale of a browbeaten wife in the final days of a loveless marriage, the play continues until Saturday, October 13. Call the box office on 01782 717962 for tickets and information.
AUDLEY: Audley Male Voice Choir is performing a charity concert at the Victoria Hall on Sunday, October 7 from 7pm. Proceeds from the event will go to the Donna Louise Trust and the North Staffordshire Heart Fund. Tickets, at £8, are available from conductor Philip Broadhurst on 01782 720568.
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SHOW: Stage Productions presents Calendar Girls at The Regent theatre from Tuesday, October 9 at 7.30pm. The play follows the story of a group of women who decide to pose for a charity calendar with a difference. The production continues until Saturday, October 13. Call the box office on 0844 871 7627 to book tickets.
NORTHERN SOUL: Featuring Kev Roberts and DJs Chris King and Sean Chapman, the World's Best Northern Soul All-Nighter is at King's Hall in Stoke. The event takes place on Saturday from 7pm. Call Music Mania on 01782 206000 for tickets and information.
GIG: Steel Box Theories and Manhattan Coast play at The Rigger in Newcastle on Saturday from 9pm. Entry is free.