5 Things to Do in Nottingham This Week – LeftLion

Posted: February 4, 2020 at 9:53 am

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When? Monday 3 February, 7pm Where? Rescue Rooms What? Take the blues out of your Monday and get ready for a burst of energy this February with Sam Lee. The experimental singer brings you a new sound that you cant quite describe - a cross of folk and contemporary apparently. If folk is your thing, get ready to kiss its tradition goodbye and wave hello to Lees mix of all the things you never knew you needed. Come down to the Rescue Rooms to vamp up your Monday and witness the why behind the work of a Mercury shortlist. How much? 13.75 - 19.25 More info

When? Tuesday 4 February, 7pm Where? University Hall What? Still recovering from the weekend even though its a Tuesday? Come down and rest your head to the most relaxing music, since, well ever. Apollo5, the UKs favourite classical acapella group, will be performing in the newly opened NTU University Hall, so if youve missed them performing all around the globe, heres your chance! If the 70 minute show from Apollo5 isnt enough of a reason to go, youll also get to experience one of the first few shows at the newly refurbished University Hall.Marvellous stuff. How much? 5 - 25 More info

When? Tuesday 4 February, 7pm Where? Glee Club What? Sick of pressing a boring old play button and listening with just your ears? Head down to the Glee Club to hear the two best friends you never knew you needed bring their podcast to life like no other. Unlike a normal live podcast, this will include lots of moving around, fun, and side splittin laughs. What used to be a football podcast; hosts Andy and Sam have turned it into any late-night, post-match pub crawl, full of hilarious anecdotes, and even ghost stories. This is sure going to be one not to miss. How much? 14 More info

When? Wednesday 5 February, 7:30pm Where? Motorpoint Arena What? Strictly Come Dancing comes to Nottingham, and this time everyones favourite winner and journalist Stacey Dooley is the host! Bring your parents, your grandparents, and everyone else down with you because this is going to be a pretty smashin night of show biz. On stage there will also be a range of celebs and professional dancers from the show, putting on a glitzy performance that you get to judge, to decide who the winner is going to be of the Glitterball trophy at the end of each show! Sashay over there folks. How much? 51.60 More info

When? Thursday 6, 7pm Where? Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall What? If you havent heard of PwC yet, youve been living under a rock. With 34 years under their belts, this charity has been making pantomimes for a long time. If thats your scene pick up the kids and take them to the Theatre Royal for a night of swashbuckling adventure. Full of pirates, beaches, and of course treasure this will be the Thursday escapism that gets you through to the end of the week. How much? 19.50 More info

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