Who is she? Jessie J!

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1. JESSIE J

It’s been a whirlwind of a year so far for Jessie J who since winning the Brits Critics Choice and topping the BBC Sound Poll charts in January, has sold over one million albums and three million singles worldwide.

Jessie’s debut album ‘Who You Are’ has not left the UK top 10 since it’s release, while hit single ‘Price Tag’ has had global chart success hitting the number one spot in 14 countries world-wide/

Already making her mark across the pond Jessie’s album debuted at number 11 in the US charts, while live performances across the States have seen Jessie sharing the stage with the likes of Tinie Tempah, David Guetta , Lupe Fiasco & Pitbull.

Back in the UK Jessie J will be taking her show on the road this autumn with fans invited to 12 UK tour dates kicking off in October. The tour follows Jessie J’s major festival appearances throughout summer at the likes of Glastonbury, V Festival and T In The Park to name but a few.

Having earnt a reputation as one of the fiercest live artists around from her multi-octave voice and sky high heels, Jessie J’s UK ‘Heartbeat Tour’ is one you’re going to want to say you were at.

WHERE: The Dome

WHEN: Wednesday, 19 October

HOW MUCH: SOLD OUT

CONTACT: 01302 370777

WEB/EMAIL: The Dome

2. PUPPETRY OF THE PENIS 3D

It’s back, and after working with the people who brought you James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’, this time incredibly it’s in 3D. Wearing 3D specs during this mind-blowing, hilarious show, audiences will gain a whole new perspective on legendary genital gesticulations like The Eiffel Tower, The Windsurfer and The Hamburger.

WHERE: Civic Theatre

WHEN: Tuesday October 18 8pm

HOW MUCH: £17

CONTACT: 01302 342349

WEB/EMAIL: Civic Theatre Puppetry of the Penis

3. TEECHERS

Remember your school days? The dreaded detentions, soggy semolina, snogging behind the bike sheds and breaktime bust-ups? Prepare to be catapulted back to the classroom and take a raw and riotous look at life in a typical British school, in this classic comedy from BAFTA winner John Godber.

Meet the staff: the trendy young drama teacher making his shaky debut, the deputy head who rules the school with an iron rod, the gentle humanities teacher who is desperate for a quiet life, Doug, the grumpy old caretaker, and the headmistress, a boisterous battleaxe and sometime amateur dramatics star. And prepare yourselves for the pupils: a wayward mob of disruptive delinquents determined to wreak havoc, hormones and horror throughout the school.

Nostalgia, mischief and mayhem reign supreme in this classic classroom drama. A light-hearted comedy harking back to comprehensive school days in the 1980s

WHERE: Little Theatre

WHEN: Monday, October 17

HOW MUCH: £10, concession £7

CONTACT: 01302 340422

WEB/EMAIL: Little Theatre

4. WISH BONE ASH

Iconic tracks from the group’s multi-million selling albums The King Will Come, Throw down the Sword and Blowin’ Free. Book early to avoid disappointment for one of the busiest bands in rock.

WHERE: Civic Theatre

WHEN: Wednesday October 19, 7.30pm

HOW MUCH: £16.60, concession £16

CONTACT: 01302 342349

WEB/EMAIL: Civic Theatre Wishbone Ash

5. SURELY WE ARE WINNING

Take a step back in time with this historical military talk. Limited places, so please book. KOYLI Museum guided tours available at 10.30am and 2pm.

WHERE: Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery

WHEN: Saturday, October 15, 2-3pm

HOW MUCH: FREE

CONTACT: 01302 734293

WEB/EMAIL: museum@doncaster.gov.uk