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June 21, 2013

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Music Bonnie Raitt THE US musician, one of only two women to appear in Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Guitarists list, appears at the Royal Concert Hall on Tuesday. She'll be playing songs from her back catalogue, including her Grammy-winning 19th album Slipstream. Pounds 33.50, 0115 989 5555, trch.co.uk.

Comedy Howard Read HE is best known for his Big Howard, Little Howard show, the world's first human cartoon double-act but he'll be joining Jarred Christmas and Ava Vidal at Just The Tonic tomorrow night as a straight stand-up telling silly jokes and singing stupid songs. Pounds 10, justthetonic.com.

Theatre Female Of The Species GENDER politics is the theme of the next production at the Lace Market Theatre, a comedy focusing on Margot Mason, a monster of militant feminist ideology. It's a look at the way in which feminism has challenged the traditional male and female roles over the last few decades says director Andy Taylor. It runs all next week. For details call 0115 9507201.

Music Jonathan & Charlotte THE 17-year-old classical crossover duo followed their appearance on Britain's Got Talent just over a year ago with a Pounds 1 million record deal with Simon Cowell's label Syco, through which they released their Top Five album, Together and performed for Prince Charles and the Prime Minister. Now they're on a UK tour that comes to the Royal Concert Hall on Sunday. Pounds 30, 0115 989 5555, www.trch.co.uk.

Something for the Weekend JUDY Naake, Nottingham entrepreneur and founder of St Tropez, on life after cancer and why she supports Maggie's cancer caring centre. In fashion and beauty, tips from Lady Angie Sinclair on getting bronzed for summer, prom make-up from Bobbi Brown and swimsuit ideas for the beach. There's an interview with TV chef Jamie Oliver and Holly Willoughby talks about her new book and why she doesn't mind being called Willough-booby. Plus travel, interiors, four pages of fabulous food, Notts gossip from Twitter, a seven-day TV guide and much more - see tomorrow's award- winning Weekend magazine, free with the Nottingham Post.

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