10 Things To Do This Week
Varsity Rugby, Mayfest, a Grease Singalong, Alt-J and much much more…
A personal highlight of Amy’s annual calender. Monday brings together some of the most talented men and women in our university and pits them against the pink army Trent. Whoever decided to make men, with thighs the size of my waist, play in pink had a warped sense of humour.
2) Frankenstein @ NNT
Wednesday-Saturday, 7.30pm (2.30pm Sat Mat), £5
A unique and new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein premieres this week at the Nottingham New Theatre. A few of you will be able to justify this as revision.
We had to draw your attention to this. £1. The cultural halo has slipped, it’s going to get messy.
Monday, 7.30pm, SOLD OUT
Mercury Prize Winners Alt-J come to Nottingham in one of the most hotly anticipated Rock City gigs of the year. We’re very jealous of those lucky ticket holders.
Saturday, 11am-5.30pm, FREE
Back on the cultural hype for the annual May Fest. It really does what it says on the tin. It’s in May and it is a festival of arts. Check out the link on the Facebook group to see what tickles your pickle.
Thursday, 8pm, £12
A Novel idea from TV personality Hardeep Kohli Singh. He orders an Indian takeaway, then cooks his own curry live to try and beat it. There’s tasting at the end for a lucky few, and presumably a few anecdotes along the way.
Saturday, 6.30pm, £11
Marcia and her boys return to Nottingham to play Rescue Rooms. They are going from strength to strength and are worth checking out.
Saturday, 7.30pm, £15.50
Sing away those pre-exam blues with this special singalong screening of Grease. Fancy dress is encouraged and audience participation expected…
Wednesday, 7.30pm, £10
Presenting an evening of Grieg and Sibelius, the BBC Phil will provide some beautiful and intense music. Sib 4 is not for the faint hearted…
Thursday, 6.45pm, £10
The hilarious Tom Stade returns once again to the Glee Club, to delight and offend his otherwise adoring audience.