10 Things To Do This Week
There’s plenty of cultural variety to keep you occupied this week…
Monday, doors at 7pm, £8.80
Indie-pop kids Young Kato grace the stage at Bodega on Monday evening before heading off to record their debut album later this year.
Monday – Saturday, times vary, £12+
Ben Millar comes to Nottingham in this hilarious political comedy set at the height of the expenses scandal, prior to its opening in the West End.
Monday and Tuesday, 7.30pm, £4
Old school friends unexpectedly reunite, one of them reminisces about the good old days and the other seeks to escape the life around him.
Tuesday, 11pm -3am, guest list £6
Advance tickets have sold out for this night of R’n’B and Hip Hop. Best Tuesday night ever. Guest list places still available.
Open Tuesday- Saturday, 10am-5pm
The Tab went to visit this new shop in the Art File HQ. It sells gorgeous greeting cards and beautiful gift ideas and most of it is unique to Nottingham. Perfect for some Christmas shopping.
Tuesday, 7.30pm, £27.50+
Set in New York and telling the story of a group of friends struggling to make it in the city under the shadow of HIV, this famous musical comes to Notts for a concert performance.
Thursday, 8pm, £20
Fun for all you ladies, this infamous play ponders what it is to be a woman. A must see!
Wednesday – Saturday, times vary, £4+
The age old theme of the ‘American Dream’ is explored in this play; a farm in Illinois is failing to provide crops and a horrific betrayal is tearing the family apart.
Thursday, 5-9pm, free
The best place to buy overly priced edgy clothes is finally opening in Nottingham on Thursday. The opening party has got loads of fun stuff- cool DJs, a photobooth and a piñata.
Saturday, doors at 8pm, free
MUHA are Nottingham’s own Eastern-European contemporary folk band who have a load of different influences: Eastern European folklore, North India and Cuba, lyrics from Hindi to old Russian to modern Ukrainian. It’s fair to say you will feel cultured.