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THEATRE Blood Broth­ers

Writ­ten by Willy Rus­sell, the leg­endary Blood Broth­ers tells the cap­ti­vat­ing and mov­ing tale of twins who, sep­a­rated at birth, grow up on op­po­site sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fate­ful con­se­quences.

Tonight and to­mor­row, 7.30pm, New Theatre. 029 2087 8889

FILM Black Sab­bath: The End of the End

The End of The End chron­i­cles the fi­nal tour from the band who forged the sound of metal – Black Sab­bath. After nearly 50 years to­gether, the Birm­ing­ham band took to the stage for the last time in their home city, bring­ing down the cur­tain on their fi­nal tour ever.

Tonight, 8pm, var­i­ous cin­e­mas na­tion­wide

COM­EDY Jon Richard­son

Come and see what Jon Richard­son can do with words when he has more than 30 sec­onds to work with. Or should that be “with which to work”?

Tonight, 8pm, St David’s Hall. 029 2087 8444

THEATRE Dick Johns

Writer and ac­tor Dick Johns fol­lows up his sell-out one-man show at Chap­ter, Dick Johns-What Midlife Cri­sis?, with the launch of his short story col­lec­tion Dig­nity and Other Sto­ries.

Tonight, 8pm, Chap­ter Arts Cen­tre. 029 2030 4400

THEATRE Ladies and Gen­tle­men

Lea An­der­son’s be­guil­ing and joc­u­lar soirée of magic, mu­sic and dance re­turns. In­spired by Mu­sic Hall, Ladies and Gen­tle­men is a witty and ab­sorb­ing vis­ual spec­ta­cle that con­jures up the all-but-for­got­ten stage show of six has-been per­form­ers.

Tonight and to­mor­row, 7.30pm, Chap­ter Arts Cen­tre. 029 2030 4400

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