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Woman & Home - - In This Issue… -

1 THEATRE BUFFS

To mark the cen­te­nary of Ar­mistice Day, the ac­claimed play War Horse re­turns to the Na­tional Theatre. It’s based on Michael Mor­purgo’s clas­sic novel and fea­tures stun­ning life-sized pup­pet horses you’ll be­lieve are real.

From 8 Novem­ber, tour­ing na­tion­wide un­til 27 April; na­tion­althe­atre.org.uk

2 ART LOVERS

Rel­ish the work of French artist and film­maker Fer­nand Leger (1881–1955) in a ma­jor ex­hi­bi­tion at Tate Liver­pool. His work was in­spired by the bus­tle of city life, pho­tog­ra­phy and the new forms of com­mu­ni­ca­tion at the start of the 20th cen­tury.

23 Nov-17 March 2019; tate.org.uk

3 STATELY HOMES

The Bur­ton Agnes Hall Michael­mas Fair cel­e­brates the feast of St Michael, and the end of the farm­ing year, in the beau­ti­ful grounds of this stun­ning El­iz­a­bethan Hall. Mor­ris danc­ing and tra­di­tional fair rides will en­ter­tain you along­side stalls sell­ing lo­cal, tra­di­tional and hand­crafted trea­sures. 27-28 Oc­to­ber; nor­thy­ork­moors.org.uk/ vis­it­ing

4 FASH­ION ICONS

See the iconic out­fits of the Thir­ties and the stylish stars who wore them in Night And Day: 1930s Fash­ion and Pho­to­graphs at Lon­don’s Fash­ion and Tex­tile Mu­seum. 12 Oc­to­ber20 Jan­uary; ftm.org

5 SONG­BIRDS

Few sounds are more up­lift­ing than a choir, and the North Wales Choral Fes­ti­val has cham­pi­oned choral mu­sic for 30 years. The three­day cel­e­bra­tion fea­tures male voice, youth, ladies and bar­ber­shop-style. 2-4 Novem­ber; north­waleschoralfes­ti­val.com

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