Strictly Come Dancing fans will have a second chance to see the newly crowned Strictly Come Dancing winner Harry Judd on the UK Tour.
Following his impressive score of 156 out of 160 across four dances in the Strictly final, Harry will now strut his stuff live on the Strictly Come Dancing Tour. The list of stars joining Harry on tour are runners-up in the final Chelsee Healey and Jason Donovan, EastEnders legend Anita Dobson, ex-Olympic swimmer Mark Foster, former footballer Robbie Savage and the glamorous Nancy Dell’Olio. The judging panel features Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood, who is also directing the arena tour for the second year running. Motorpoint Arena Sheffield, February 2-3, 7.30pm, tickets, £35-£65, tel. 0114 2 56 56 56, www.motorpointarenasheffield.co.uk
SHAUN - Cabaret Dinner Dance, Cafe Bar Concerto presents: Fantastic Vocalist with a relaxed and laid back collection of Soul, Swing and more. with a mouth watering 5 course table d’hote menu, an exceptional night of live entertainment, dining and late bar. Earl of Doncaster, Friday February 3, 7.30pm-2am, tickets £29.95, tel. (01302) 361371
The mid-60s music scene was dominated by British groups, three of which became household names, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Herman’s Hermits, one od the most successful groups. Their touring schedule takes them all over the world, and this month includes Rotherham. From the Swingin’ 60s to the 21st Century Hermans Hermits are still going strong. Rotherham Civic Theatre, Saturday, February 4, 7.30pm, tickets £6, tel. (01709) 823621, www.rotherham.gov.uk/theatre
Little Theatre Comedy Club, In association with Abbcom Comedy. Quality stand-up comedy featuring Sean Moran, Matt Ewins, Chris Norton Walker and Simon Bligh. Doncaster Little Theate, Saturday, February 5, (doors and bar open from 7:30pm). tickets £10, tel, (01302) 340422 www.doncasterlittletheate.co.uk
Little Red...You Know Who! Taking a well-known traditional story (you know which), this spell-binding play for young children follows a magical path through the woods. Freehand Theatre creates a memorable and reassuring journey with its delightful use of puppetry, colour and specially composed music. Listen to the song of the red box, watch a forest grow before your very eyes and find out how an endearing bear gets in on the action. Don’t miss this enchanting production for children aged 3–7. Rossington Miners Welfare, Saturday February 4, 1.30pm, admission £5. www.freehandtheatre.co.uk
Ghost Hunting Event - Strange phenomena has been reported, cold unseen hands have been felt, objects have disappeared, shadows have been seen darting around and a tense and heavy athmosphere felt. Gainsborough Old Nick Theatre, Saturday, February 4, 9pm to 3am, admission £45, tel. (01427) 810616, www.gainsboroughtheatrecompany.com
For Rovers to be successful in their bid to avoid relegation Championship, they must continue their decent home form for the rest of the season, starting with Saturday’s visit of Reading. Tickets are priced: adults £22, concession £15 and under 16s £5.