Things to do this weekend, 27-29 April 2012

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Well you wouldn’t believe May was virtually upon us as the rain seems set in for another week. Here are my top five things to do this weekend:

All About Allen: on Sunday there’s the last of Woody Allen’s comedies in the series at the Broadway Cinema. The Purple Rose of Cairo stars Mia Farrow and Woody Allen himself.

Focus Gallery Exhibition: located on Derby Road a new exhibition opens this weekend with new paintings, ceramics and jewellery from some of the UK’s finest artists and makers.

Tribute to the V-Force at Newark Air Museum: the third of the museum’s V-Force reunions looking at the amazing Victor and Vulcan Aircraft. Includes displays and memorabilia.

Springhead Brewery’s 1st Annual Beer Festival: features over 40 quality real ales and ciders as well as food and entertainment. Beer tokens with a half-pint at £1.25

Magic Lantern Tour: Join Ezekial Bone as he takes you through the Theatre Royal and the intriguing history that has taken place at this fantastic venue.

All of these listed events have a strong indoor element to keep you nice and dry but if you don’t mind getting a little wet, head out to one of our lovely country parks and get some fresh air!

And from Twitter:

@VisitEngland: Visit @LakesideArts and see the first major exhibition of Edward Burra’s work in over 25 years!

@dineRestaurants: Did you know that the Arboretum in #Nottingham will be 150 years old this year? Another reason why we #lovenotts!

Posted on 27 April 2012
Featured author: Erin

Australian now calling Nottingham home. Piano playing, cake making, bicycle riding lady who loves travel.

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