10 Things To Do This Week

We sift through the listings so you don’t have to…

1) Two Door Cinema Club @ Rock City

Tuesday, 7.30pm, SOLD OUT

The happy chaps of Two Door will be gracing the stage of Rock City with music from their latest album ‘Beacon’. Their performance will hopefully give those lucky enough to have tickets a taste of Summer and a glimpse of what the festival season will have to offer.



2) One Man Two Guvnors @ Theatre Royal

Tuesday- Saturday, call 0115 989 5555 for tickets

Rufus Hound will be playing the lead, Francis Henshall, in the National Theatre’s touring production, showing at the Theatre Royal Nottingham this week.



3) Charity Varsity Series- Nottingham Outlaws Vs NTU Renegades @ Harvey Hadden Stadium

Friday, 6.30pm

Head down to the Harvey Hadden to witness Trent getting their asses whooped for the first of many Varsity 2013 face offs. Read our preview here.



4) One Love- Bob Marley Night @ The Maze

Saturday, 8pm, £4-5

With artists such as Ram1 (recently interviewed by The Tab) performing, The Maze are hosting a night celebrating the life and works of Bob Marley.



5) Verdi Requiem @ The Albert Hall

Saturday, 7.30pm, £9-14

Angela Kay will conduct Nottingham Festival Chorus, Nottingham Concert Orchestra and the East of England Singers in their performance of the epic Verdi Requiem. Be prepared for intense hushed moments as well as the lush and large Dies Irae sections



6) Nottingham New Theatre AGM’s @ Nottingham New Theatre

Wednesday, 1pm and 3pm, Free

Find out what 10 shows made the cut for the spring season, and how you can get involved at one of these 2 meetings. Chances to act, tech, stage manager, etc all up for grabs!



7) Piero Gilardi @ Nottingham Contemporary

All week, 10am-7pm, Free

A new exhibition at the Nottingham Contemporary, displaying the works of an influential figure from the Arte Povera movement in Italy in the 1960’s.



8) Robertson’s Crusoe @ Lakeside Arts Centre

Tuesday, 8pm, £9.50

A unique one-man show where a Hit Man, an Alzheimer’s sufferer and a ‘single white male’ share their thoughts and theories on being alone.



9) dollop @ Stealth

Friday, 10pm, £10

Huge line-up including Maya Jane Coles and Boddika.



10) Tempest @ Broadway Cinema

Tuesday, 10am, £3.50

One-off film showing of a part-drama, part-documentary revolving around a radical adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest