10 things to do this week

With No Tomorrow, the Sutton Bonington farmer’s market, Under The Radar Festival and plenty of nights out, we have rounded up the best ways to celebrate the end of exams. Sorry if you’re still stuck in Hallward.

1.No Tomorrow @ Wollaton Park

Saturday, doors open 1pm, £37.50 tickets available

Line up includes London Grammar, Sam Smith, Clean Bandit, Duke Dumont and loads more. It’s the perfect post exam festival.

Best way to celebrate the end of exams

Best way to celebrate the end of exams

2. Gin and Juice: Big Pimpin @ Rescue Rooms

Tuesday, some £7 tickets available

Old School Hip Hop at its best on its final hurrah in Nottingham this year.


Gin and Juice and Hip Hop = Perfect Combination

3.Crocus Cafe

Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm Saturday and Sunday 11am- 4pm.

Completely run by volunteers and serving only vegetarian food, this is a hidden gem in Lenton. We loved it.

crocus cafe

Delicious paninis, salads and homemade cakes

4. Holi on the Downs @ The Downs

Friday, 1pm, tickets are sold out.

Hosted by  NHSF Nottingham Hindu Society, you can throw colours all over your friends on the Downs. 

Prepare to get messy

Prepare to get messy

5. Krapp’s Last Tape @ Nottingham New Theatre 

Monday – Friday, 7pm, all tickets £4

Samuel Beckett’s one man show this week at New Theatre.


6. Varsity Cricket @ NTU Clifton Campus

Friday, 1.30pm, free entry.

It’s currently 7-7 in this year’s Varsity series. Head down to Clifton Campus and get behind UoN. Bring your own booze and support the women (starting at 10:30) and the men.

PORTLAND HILL, UNI PARK – 12:30 & 13:00 SAVOY CINEMA, LENTON – 12:45 & 13:15


7. URN Presents: Under the Radar Festival @ The Chameleon Arts Cafe

Sunday, 5.30pm, £3

Line up includes: April Towers, OneGirlOneBoy, HUSKIES, Cheshire and the Cat and many more.

Stellar line up all for £3

Stellar line up all for £3

8. Edin’s  Natural Kitchen

Times vary, open late on Friday and Saturday.

We had a great time at Edin’s Natural Kitchen. We suggest you do too this week.


9. Sutton Bonington Farmer’s Market

Wednesday, 11.30am- 3.30pm.

Sutton Bonington might be a mysterious distant land but make the most of their Farmer’s Market this week by grabbing the Hopper bus and exploring the unknown.


10. Itchy Feet @ Rescue Rooms

Wednesday, doors 11pm, tickets £7

The New Picadilly’s are the live band at the final Itchy Feet of the year. Don’t miss it.