Pick of the Weekend

Lee Memphis King as Elvis.
Lee Memphis King as Elvis.

Tribute Act

One Night of Elvis - Remarkable tribute artist Lee ‘Memphis’ King’s One Night of Elvis is like no other Elvis Presley show. Lee scooped the ultimate accolade of World Champion Elvis Tribute Artist at Canada’s Collingwood Elvis Festival. His production takes you from the ‘68 comeback to Vegas. With a big band to recreate the Elvis sound and multimedia screens and projection, this is a must-see for all Elvis fans. Doncaster Civic Theatre, Friday, February 24, 7.30pm. tickets £16/£15 concessions. Tel. (01302) 342349 www.doncastercivic.co.uk.

Music

Rebecca Ferguson will embark on a headline UK tour this month. Rebecca’s debut single ‘Nothing’s Real But Love’ was released in November and taken from her extraordinary debut album ‘Heaven’, released through Sony Music in December. Sheffield City Hall, Saturday February 27, 7.30pm, tickets £19 are available on 0114 256 55 67 or in person at the Arena box office. www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk. Please note that anyone aged 14 or under must be accompanied by an adult both purchasing the tickets and on the night of the concert.

Classical

Intimate Letters - Ensemble 360 present Janáek’s stunning second quartet in a compelling new semi-staged version devised in collaboration with Daniel Evans, Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres. This quartet, Janáek’s “manifesto on love”, is powerful, evocative and sweeps along on an irresistible tide of passion. Set alongside Schubert’s profound and radiant Quintet, this promises to be an evening of supreme beauty and intensity. Pre-concert talk at 6.30pm. Priory Place Church, Saturday February 25 7.30pm, admission £10.

Sport

DONCASTER Rovers have again slashed ticket prices for Saturday’s crucial Championship clash with Peterborough United at the Keepmoat Stadium.

Adults can buy tickets for £15 and they are available at just £5 for under 16s. ticket office hotline (01302) 762576 www.keepmoatstadium.com

Rugby league then takes centre stage on Sunday when the Dons host Sheffield Eagles in the Northern Rail Cup (3pm). Go to www.doncasterrugbyleague.co.uk for more information.

Children

Chimpanzees of Happytown - Follow the story of Chutney the Chimpanzee as he and his beautiful tree spread colour and happiness throughout the town. This imaginative and inspirational piece is based on the magical children’s book The Chimpanzees of Happytown by Giles Andreae, illustrated by Guy Parker-Rees and published by Orchard Books. Featuring projected images from the book and lots of audience participation, this is a musical treat for children aged 2 -7. Priory Place Church, Saturday February 25, 3pm, admission £6.

Theatre

For the first time ever Legally Blonde The Musical, the West End and Broadway sensation, 2011 Olivier Award winner (Best New Musical) and winner of Best New Musical Whatsonstage.com Awards, comes to the Lyceum. Based on the hit movie starring Reese Witherspoon. This critically acclaimed new musical is created is an all singing, all dancing, feel good musical comedy that is guaranteed to be the highlight of your year and the most fashionable ticket in town. This much fun shouldn’t be legal! Lyceum Theatre, Saturday, February 25, 3pm & 7.45pm, tickets from £27.50. 0114 249 6000 www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk