Things to do this weekend, 11th – 13th November

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There’s a festive feeling in the air this weekend with plenty of bustling markets and creative events to take part in. Beat the winter chill at a packed Nottingham Comedy Festival show and eat, drink & make merry with Robin Hood at Ezekiel Bone’s Beggars Banquet.

Robin Hood’s Beggars Banquet

Robin rallies the people in a raucous evening of fine home cooked fayre and local ales from the Angel.

Kelham Hall’s Big Vintage Festival

Enjoy a family day out back in time with fabulous vintage stalls, live music acts each day, a vintage tearoom, dancing, workshops, children’s activities inside beautiful Kelham Hall.

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65 of the very best of contemporary craft makers will be exhibiting at Nottingham’s Lakeside Arts centre.

Trinket Treasures Crafternoon

Get access to Debbie Bryan’s vintage goodie box and design and arrange beautiful one off your trinkets.

Nottingham Comedy Festival

Nottingham Comedy Festival continues it’s 100 shows in 23 venues  – catch the likes of Billy Connolly, Jerry Sadowitz, Paul Tonkinson and Tom Wrigglesworth throughout the week.

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Posted on 07 November 2016
Featured author: Jessie

Nottingham native and fan of all things music, arts and animal related.

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