10 Things To Do This Week

The Goose Fair, a new café on Derby Road and Teenage Dirtbags Wheatus all feature on this week’s 10 Things To Do…

Goose Fair @ Forest Recreation Ground

Wednesday- Sunday, times vary

A must while you live in Nottingham! It’s over 700 years old and boasts over 500 attractions from traditional hook-a-duck to one of the UKs most thrilling rides, ‘Air’. (Entry is free, rides cost between £1 and £3)

Vouchers for money off rides can be printed off here http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=23517


Midsummer Night’s Dream @ Theatre Royal

Tuesday – Saturday, 7.30pm

The Northern Ballet’s take on Shakespeare’s comedy transports the audience from the elegance of the 1940s to Puck’s technicolor dream world. (£13+)



Sean Lock @ Theatre Royal

Friday, 8pm

Join ‘8 Out of 10 Cat’s Sean Lock for a hilarious night of stand up comedy. (£22+)


Miles Kane @ Rock City

Thursday, doors 6.30pm

Having sold out 2 headline tours, former frontman of The Rascals takes to the Rock City stage for an exciting and energetic evening of rock’n’roll (£17.50+)


Wheatus @ Rescue Rooms

Thursday, doors 6.30pm

Best known for their 2000 (OMG how old are we?) hit Teenage Dirtbag, Wheatus stop off in Nottingham on their UK tour. Only £12



The Incredible Adventures of Clown Slut @ The Den

Tuesday, 1pm

One woman show that wants to rip away the stereotypes of feminism, hoping to prove that you don’t have to be a man hater or stop wearing skirts. (£3 available from SU box office)

The Incredible Adventures of Clown Slut

The Incredible Adventures of Clown Slut



Open Mic @ The Jam Cafe

Wednesday, 9.30 onwards

Venture into Hockley to see some eclectic acts. Happens every Wednesday, get there early to sign up for a 15 minute slot.


Toast, 202 Derby Road

Open for breakfast and lunch, this new cafe has a toaster on every table and prices start as little as £3.95.


Toast on Derby Road


Art in the Asylum @ Djanogly Art Gallery

Until 3rd November

The exhibition examines the evolution of artistic activity in British psychiatric institutions from early 1880s to the 1970s. Have a spare hour on campus? Procrastinate for free here.


Salsa @ The Ropewalk

Fridays at 6.30pm

The Ropewalk are offering a student discount on their Friday evening salsa classes. (£3.50 with ID)