10 Things To Do This Week

Varsity Ice Hockey, The Moscow City Ballet & The Harlem Shake. Sounds like another week in Nottingham.

1) BLNK CNVS @ Market Bar

Friday, 11pm, £5

House music comes to Nottingham in this monthly event at Market Bar. They may hate vowels, but they sure do love house…



2) Me, as a Penguin @ Nottingham New Theatre

Wednesday-Saturday, 7.30pm (2.30pm Sat Mat), £5

The gay scene of Hull and a crush on a man in a penguin costume? A funny, yet moving start to the NNT’s Spring season.



3) Philharmonia Concert @ The Great Hall

Sunday, 7.30pm, £5

The premier university orchestra tackles the explosive Brahms 3rd Symphony and the dainty Nutcracker Suite in their penultimate concert of the year.



4) I Am Kloot @ Albert Hall

Monday, 7pm, £20

An incredible venue for this special one-off concert. With six studio albums under their belt, they’ve probably earnt it.



5) Varsity Ice Hockey @ Capital FM Arena

Monday, £5

Ice Hockey, a game where the gentile art of skating meets the violence and aggression of a boxing match… let’s just hope that UofN come away with another win!!



6) Joseph & the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat @ Nottingham Arts Theatre

Wednesday-Saturday, 7.30pm (2pm Sat Mat), £10

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s commercial Jesus-fest as presented by the Nottingham Arts Youth Group.



7) Moscow City Ballet @ TRCH

Thursday- Saturday, 7.30pm, £16-29

To counter the violence of the Ice Hockey we have included the more leisurely art of ballet in our listings… Perfect to take your girlfriend for a belated val day gift if you forgot and are now looking for a way out of the dog house.



8) Swim Deep @ Bodega

Monday, 7pm, £7

Hotly tipped ones to watch who label themselves as ‘Birmingham boys making sun kissed noise’. Can’t say fairer than that.



9) Harlem Shake @ The Downs

Wednesday, 1pm, FREE

It’s been all over the country and in various places of work, but now the Harlem Shake comes to Nottingham. Be there.



10) Kila @ Lakeside Arts Centre

Saturday, 8pm, £12

Seven Irish folk musicians take to the stage to showcase 20 years worth exciting talent. Imagine The Pogues but with more talent and less drugs.