Things to do this weekend, 21st – 23rd March 2014

Clumber Park Duathlon

With a more settled outlook to the weather at the moment and a better chance for us to enjoy the great outdoors, there’s never been a better reason to get out and about in Nottinghamshire and make the most of what the county has to offer. We have another great lineup of events this week and we’ve chosen our top five suggestions for you to enjoy.

Don’t forget that there are even more events for you to take advantage of by visiting our What’s On page. Pick the date and location and see what else you and your family or friends could treat yourselves to this weekend!

 

Shame at Nottingham Playhouse

Is there something in your life that you look back on and feel ashamed about? Most people have this feeling at some point. Reflecting on these moments can be hard and difficult to deal with, and this new production at Nottingham Playhouse entitled ‘Shame’ tells the story of times like this, where in life we regret a decision we made, a missed opportunity or a bad choice.

Shame is a unique production brought to you in a hip-hop style from some of the UK’s finest b-boy performers, with spoken word and a choreographed show produced for you by Mickael “Marso” Riviere and an original music score by Jamie Woon and Royce Wood Junior. It’s a thought provoking and innovative stage show that’s well worth seeing.

The show runs from 20th – 22nd March and shows start at 8pm. For full ticket information please visit the Nottingham Playhouse website or visit the ticket office or alternatively call them on 0115 9419419.

 

Disney On Ice Worlds Of Fantasy at The Capital FM Arena

Disney On Ice Worlds Of Fantasy will transport you to another world, captivating your imagination as you and your family are transported into the world of different productions from Disney’s illustrious film collection. Expect to see adaptations from Toy Story 3, The Little Mermaid, Cars and Tinker Bell. With life size characters taking to the ice from all four productions, as well as music and dance routines performed before your very eyes, everyone can sit back and become lost in the magic of Disney for this sought after performance. There will be a visit to Andy’s bedroom from Toy Story as well as other magical locations to set the scene and whisk you away on an evening’s journey you and the family won’t forget.

Disney On Ice Worlds Of Fantasy runs from 20th – 23rd March and tickets are still available so book now to avoid disappointment! Tickets are available from the Capital FM Arena website or alternatively you can call the box office on 0843 373 3000.

 

Clumber Park Duathlon 2014

Why not don the running shoes this weekend and take part in the Clumber Park Duathlon on Saturday 22nd March? The event offers a stunning and picturesque location for you to get into practice for the new season and prepare for the summer months in true athletic fashion. The event is aimed at not only those with experience, but also first-time runners of varying ability who are starting out on the journey of keeping fit and pushing their bodies to the limit.

It’s a perfect event to taste the feeling of a big race and get in the groove as part of a keep-fit routine if you’re getting into practice for a big event later in 2014. There’s also the choice between a sprint event or the classic long distance event which takes in the beautiful scenery and backdrop of North Nottinghamshire’s Clumber Park, right in the heart of Robin Hood Country.

All participants are encouraged to keep an eye on the weather as this can’t be guaranteed on the day. For participation inquiries please click here.

 

Airfield Anarchy Extreme Mud Run 

Airfield Anarchy offers the most intense and extreme five and ten kilometer obstacle course race in the UK and it’s coming to Airfield Farm in Newark on 22nd March 2014!

Prepare to test your stamina and will power as you tackle one of the most extreme obstacle courses around and push your body to its limits. Experienced professionals will be in attendance, all of whom will be encouraging you and pushing you all the way as you climb high objects, tackle bogs and navigate your way through tunnels on a course set out to test you and offer plenty of enjoyment for everyone who takes part.

The event is in an RAF theme and is in support of the RAF Benevolent Fund. Registration opens at 9am and the event starts at 11am. For more information including prices and how to enter, please visit the Airfield Anarchy website.

 

Malaysian Festival at Nottingham’s Old Market Square

Experience Malaysian culture like never before this weekend as the Malaysian Festival comes to Nottingham’s Old Market Square. There will be live performances offering a taste of the music and dance culture as well as interactive booths, food stalls and an exhibition showcasing a theme of “A Journey Through Time” in Malaysia. It’s a rare opportunity for you to sample some authentic Malaysian culture whether you want to taste the delights of true cuisine or open your eyes to performances and exhibits that will excite you and provide an insight into a relatively unknown culture to the UK audience.

With a carnival atmosphere and sights and sounds to excite, make sure you visit Nottingham’s Market Square on Saturday 22nd March between 10am – 4pm to sample what’s on offer!

Posted on 17 March 2014
Featured author: Tom

Nottingham lad who’s a proud Notts County fan, cheese fiend, chocaholic and loves travelling and music.

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