What’s Hot: Week 4
The Tab brings you all the places to be seen this week – don’t miss out.
You can’t have missed the massive duck at the Science Site. All this week there will be DUCK events running throughout the University in order to raise money, you can even pay your library fines this week and it will go to charity.
Itchy Feet is back in Durham on the 13th of February, just in time for Valentine’s Day. You can put Tinder down for a bit, dress up fancy and go get wildly drunk so you can pretend you can dance. Better than sitting at home crying. Buy tickets here
Durham Drama Festival
DDF features 9 new plays written and performed by Durham Students. There’s something for everyone, and tickets are dirt cheap. For more information visit www.durhamdramafestival.com
Mary’s DUCK Fashion Show
If you missed the DUCFS last weekend, or just want to spend another Saturday night staring at pretty people then Mary’s DUCK Fashion Show is the place to be on Saturday at 8. Tickets are only a fiver and the bar will be open all night, so you drink away those post Valentine’s blues and lament the fact the models are out of your league.
DOE presents The Magic Flute
Durham Opera Ensemble are back with Mozart’s The Magic Flute. Perfect for opera-connoisseurs and opera-virgins alike. In the Great Hall of the Castle; perfect if you want to feel cultured, and if you want to feel extra cultured Sunday’s performance is a Black Tie event. Runs from 12-16 of Feb.
Nova’s back on Friday and you know the score by now. They’ve got Karma Kid gracing the decks at Room 1 in Loft this week. At only 18 he is one of the freshest faces in the UK Bass scene and he takes his place alongside the likes of Disclosure, Star Slinger and Bondax who have all been showing their support for his music. Room 2 in Studio is the Soul Train boys who never fail to disappoint.