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Home­less in Home­land: Sariyah

Idan brings her one woman doc­u­men­tary the­atre show about home and the strug­gle dis­placed peo­ple have to achieve it to The­atre in the Mill, Brad­ford on April 7-9. Tick­ets from the box of­fice 01274 233200. The Grad­u­ate: Fifty years since the re­lease of the clas­sic film, a new pro­duc­tion is be­ing staged at West York­shire Play­house. Cather­ine McCor­mack is Mrs Robin­son and Jack Mon­aghan plays Ben­jamin. It runs from April 28May 27. Box of­fice 0113 2137700. Dick and Dom Live!: The chil­dren’s TV favourites are about to be un­leashed at The Al­ham­bra The­atre, Brad­ford in a show full of mad­cap chal­lenges and fun games guar­an­teed to have the au­di­ence in stitches. On stage April 11. Box of­fice 01274 432000. Am I Dead Yet?: The award-win­ning cabaret show is, de­spite its sub­ject mat­ter, an up­lift­ing se­lec­tion of sto­ries and songs. It ex­plores the grow­ing view that death is not a mo­ment but a process. Leeds tour March 30-April 2. Venues and tick­ets un­lim­ited.org.uk Around: A quirky new show for chil­dren aged five and over, two ac­ro­bats will ar­rive at The Civic, Barns­ley with hobby horses and trans­form the stage into a circus, with mon­keys, ele­phants and snakes con­jured out of air. April 9 at 2pm & 5pm. Tick­ets 01226 327000.

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