10 Things To Do This Week
The Tab brings you this week’s round up of some of the most cultural things to do in Nottingham and on campus.
Nottingham Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival @ Nottingham Castle
9-12 October, times vary
Hoping to beat their own world record, the festival is promising to offer over 1,100 real ales and over 220 ciders. Challenge accepted.
Pay on the door – £10 for entry and 10 tokens, cash only. Advance tickets for Friday and Saturday are already sold out.
Our House @ Theatre Royal
Tuesday – Saturday, times vary
Madness’ tunes are transformed into an uplifting tale set in Camden in the late ‘80s. Not to be missed!
Lunchtime Concerts @ Djanogly Recital Hall
Tuesday and Friday, 1.15pm
The Mussoc and Blowsoc lunchtime free concerts kick off this week, beginning with two concerts from the executive members of each committee.
Black History Month Film Festival @ Hallward Screening Room
Tuesday ‘The Help’, 6pm and Wednesday ‘Freedom Song’, 8pm.
creenings and discussions with professors from the Department of American and Canadian Studies about how Hollywood depicts the civil rights movement. Sure to be interesting stuff and it’s free.
Kids in Glass Houses @ Rescue Rooms
Wednesday, doors 6.30pm
Along with their new album which came out last week, this Welsh rock band make a stop in Nottingham on their UK tour.
BBC Philharmonic @ Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Check out this excellent orchestra on Wednesday night, with music from early 20th century ballets. If you think classical music isn’t your thing, Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring is sure to change your opinion. Pre-concert talk is given by Robert Adlington, a professor from Nottingham University.
£5 with a “Go Classics” card: http://www.trch.co.uk/index.aspx?articleid=15459
Itchy Feet @ Bodega
For a unique mix of rock’n’roll, funk, swing and blues, get yourselves down to The Bodega on Wednesday night. https://www.facebook.com/events/233932743425310/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
Tickets £6 in advance, £7 on the door
Passenger @ Rock City
Friday, doors 6pm
‘Let her Go’ has had over 30 million YouTube hits and has sold over a million copies across the globe. Let’s hope it’s not a one hit wonder and hopefully you got a ticket for this sold out gig.
Bandsoc Freshers Gig @ The Den
Bandsoc’s first free gig of the year features three of the society’s established bands, get down to The Den to check them out.
Charity Film Screening of Taken @ Keighton Auditorium
The Silver Screen & Stop the Traffik Societies are hosting a charity filming of the film Taken, starring Liam Neeson, with proceeds going to Stop the Traffik society.