10 Things to Do This Week
Check out the best Nottingham has to offer this week
Wednesday, 12 noon.
Fancy yourself as the next big dog on the SU exec? Reckon you can get the infamous Lenton hopper bus going? Or wireless printing in Hallward? There’s 2 policies to see you through.
Monday, 7.30pm, £6
If you fancy getting a bit of culture, this is an easy one for you. Being staged in the Dress Circle Foyer, there will be access to the bar while you hear some juicy secrets in this darkly comic play.
Monday, 8pm-10pm, free
Once a month Cast Bar presents two of the best local music acts for a live acoustic session. There’s a half-price pizza offer and 15% off draughts, so it would be silly not to.
Tuesday, doors 7pm, £8
Laura Aquilina became YouTube famous singing covers and going to Open Mic nights. She released an independent EP in 2012 and since then she’s become a real star. Check her out before she goes global.
Wednesday, 7.30pm, £15
Get down to the concert hall this week for an evening of film music, including some James Bond classics.
The Tab loves Homemade, so we had to put it in another one of our lists. On a Wednesday you get a free milkshake with every burger, what more could you love?
Tuesday-Saturday, times vary, student discounts available
Propeller are an all-male company who are bringing Shakespeare’s A Comedy of Errors and A Midsummer Night’s Dream to Theatre Royal this week. They’re pretty good because they apparently make Shakespeare funny. I’ll believe it when I see it.
Thursday, doors at 6.30pm, £25
It’s a big week for Jake as the Nottingham native returns to his home town this week for a sell out arena show and bets are on for him winning Best Male at the Brits. The boy has come far in a year.
Thursday, 2pm, £4
The Women’s Network take on this infamous drama about lady bits for a one off special at New Theatre this week.
Sunday, 7.30pm, £5 for students
The university orchestra play their first concert of the term, with soloist Rob Upton playing Shostakovich 2nd piano concerto. Expect some epic Kodaly and Beethoven as well.