Things to do this weekend, 14th – 16th October

Nicolas Roeg at Mayhem Festival / Broadway Cinema October 31, 2013

The festivals are still going strong in Nottingham this weekend as the ever popular Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival and Mayhem Film Festival return to the city. Or if you feel like getting out on your feet, try the brand new walking trail of Nottingham’s most iconic landmarks or swing through Sherwood Forest in all its Autumnal glory as you take advantage of Go Ape’s 20% discount!

Walk the new Nottingham Trail

Discover Nottingham’s most iconic landmarks with a brand new new walking trail of city.

Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival

The legendary festival returns to Nottingham Castle with over 1000 beers to try.

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Mayhem Film Festival

Mayhem Film Festival is back at Broadway Cinema bringing best in horror, sci-fi and cult cinema to Nottingham.

New Exhibition openings at Nottingham Contemporary

See FOXP2 by French artist Marguerite Humeau and The Encounter That Took a Part of Me by Antwerp based Otobong Nkanga.

 Go Ape for 20% less

Save 20% at Go Ape in Sherwood Forest every Sunday in October!

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Posted on 10 October 2016
Featured author: Jessie

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

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