10 things to do this week

It’s the final week of term! There’s plenty of stuff to be doing.


1. Tom’s Midnight Garden @ Theatre Royal

Tuesday – Saturday, times vary, £11+

The much loved children’s tale is transformed for the stage in Nottingham this week, and tells the story of Tom’s travels back in time to a secret garden.

Pyjamas at the ready

Pyjamas at the ready

2. That Face @ New Theatre

Tuesday – Friday, times vary, £4+

A tour through the lives of an unstable family forced together, ‘That Face’ promises to be twisted, honest, and address what it means to be ‘grown up’.

One in a long line of creepy New Theatre posters

One in a long line of creepy New Theatre posters

3. Viva Voce Concert @ Djangoly Recital Hall

Monday, 7.30pm, £3

The music society’s auditioned chamber choir present their concert for the term. Expect some choral tunes mixed up with a few barbershop classics.

The university's chamber choir

The university’s chamber choir

4. Gin and Juice vs Fuck Hip Hop @ The Market Bar

Tuesday, 9.30pm, £6

The two edgiest of edgy nights come together so that you can celebrate the end of term (nearly, it’s the last week – it counts).

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5. Torvill and Dean’s Dancing on Ice @ Capital FM Arena

Tuesday, 7.30pm, £36.40+

Yes okay this one’s a little pricey, but for those hardcore ice dance fans out there (there must be some) this is one not to be missed. Here’s Torvill and Dean when we were actually proud of them and they didn’t ruin Sunday nights.

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6. Coro Sorelle and String Orchestra Concert @ Djanogly Recital Hall

Tuesday, 7.30pm, £3

MusSoc’s all female choir present their spring concert, ‘Glorious’, with a little help from String Orchestra.

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All female choir and string orchestra making beautiful noise

7. Annie’s Burger Shack and Freehouse

Celebrate the end of term with a well earned burger and cherry pie. When we went, we loved it.

Insane jealousy will ensue from everyone you know if you actually get a table

Insane jealousy will ensue from everyone you know if you actually get a table

8. Lunchtime Concerts @ Djanogly Recital Hall

Tuesday and Friday, 1.15pm

The final free concerts of the term are courtesy of Opera Nova and the student run Chamber Orchestra.

The final lot of lunchtime concerts makes The Tab sad

The final lot of lunchtime concerts makes The Tab sad

9. Paul Thomas Saunders @ The Bodega

Tuesday, 7pm, £6.75

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10. James Walsh @ The Bodega

Friday, 7pm, £14.85

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