AS the year draws to a close many people are starting to think about their plans for 2022.

We've put together a list of some of the events and shows that will be taking place at the Queen's Hall in Hexham next year and how you can get tickets.

Robinson Crusoe & the Pirates

January 13, January 14, January 15

The show, by Northumberland Young Farmers 27UP, is described as having "plenty of pantomime caper and family fun".

(L-R) Stewie Weatherson, Sarah Ridley, Dan Nixon, and Dave Burn.

(L-R) Stewie Weatherson, Sarah Ridley, Dan Nixon, and Dave Burn.

Read more: Young farmers gear up to take to stage for panto

Tickets here.

Shaparak Khorsandi: It was the 90s!

February 25

Comedian Shaparak Khorsandi is coming to Hexham as part of her 27-date tour 'It was the 90s!'.

Tickets here.

Simon Evans: The Work Of The Devil

March 4

The star of Live at the Apollo, Mock The Week, BBC Radio 4's The News Quiz, and The Unbelievable Truth, Simon Evans will be coming to Hexham in March for his new show.

The show has been rescheduled from May 2020 and March 2021.

Tickets here.

The Importance of Being Earnest

March 17

HangFire Theatre are embarking on their first national tour with a revival of their "fast-paced and hilarious adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s famous comic masterpiece".

Tickets here.

Wor Bella

March 28

Writer Ed Waugh and director Russel Floyd have teamed up to bring to life the story of WWI women's football. The pair previously collaborated on Hadaway Harry, Carrying David and The Great Joe Wilson.

Tickets here.

Patrick Hemmerle

April 21

Patrick is a French pianist living in England, acclaimed for "the originality of his concert programmes and the depth of his interpretations".

Tickets here.

Sam Sweeney

May 18

Another event rescheduled from last year is Sam Sweeney's show. The BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Musician of the Year 2019 nominee and his new band are performing their latest album, which features acoustic and electric guitars and double bass.

Tickets here.