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FOL­LOW­ING a suc­cess­ful run at the 2018 Ed­in­burgh Fringe Fes­ti­val, The Johnny Cash Story takes you on an in­cred­i­ble jour­ney through the ca­reer of the 18-time Grammy win­ner.

Im­merse your­self in the world of the Man in Black in this ground­break­ing showu­men­tary for­mat.

Fea­tur­ing pow­er­ful ren­di­tions of Fol­som Prison, Ring Of Fire, Man In Black, Hurt and many more, this as­ton­ish­ing back-cat­a­logue is re­alised with au­then­tic­ity by Jamie Rod­den, a crit­i­cally ac­claimed per­former whose ren­di­tions of Cash’s songs has won over au­di­ences and wowed crit­ics.

The Johnny Cash Story comes to The Atkin­son on Septem­ber 8. For more in­for­ma­tion and tick­ets, go to www.the­atkin­son. co.uk or call the box of­fice on 01704 533333.

Tick­ets cost £18 (£16 con­ces­sions) plus book­ing fee. Book­ing fee is £1 per ticket on­line and via tele­phone. THE READ­ING ROOM: IN­DE­PEN­DENTS BI­EN­NIAL 2018 at Tate Liver­pool. un­til Septem­ber 6, is cu­rated and writ­ten by a team of eight writ­ers-in-es­i­dence, work­ing at the new Fran­cis Ewe’s Pub­lish­ing House, on Seel Street, as part of In­de­pen­dents Bi­en­nial 2018, a tem­po­rary read­ing room will lay the ground­work for an orig­i­nal an­thol­ogy of writ­ing pro­duced by eight di­verse and bound­ary-blur­ring writ­ers.

Tate Ex­change wel­comes vis­i­tors to take a break and dis­cover new ways of writ­ing. The writ­ers have been granted a res­i­dency over 3½ months in Seel Street, and free rein over In­de­pen­dents Bi­en­nial venues and artists. At the mid-point of the fes­ti­val, their work is open to cri­tique, ad­di­tion and ex­change with the pub­lic.

In­de­pen­dents Bi­en­nial 2018 is cu­rated by Art in Liver­pool and spans five bor­oughs of the Liver­pool City Re­gion.

Find the full fes­ti­val list­ings, in­clud­ing four pub­lic trails and four ma­jor new com­mis­sions. For more in­for­ma­tion go to www.tate.org.uk/ whats-on/tate-liver­pool/

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