Things to do this weekend, 28th – 30th October

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It’s the final few days of October in Nottingham, Museums at Night is back and it’s Halloween – there’s all kinds of after-dark fun to be had across the city and county this weekend. You’ll find more ideas on our What’s On page or by following us onFacebookTwitterInstagram and Pinterest.

Game City Festival

Nottingham’s world-renowned video game festival promises to be bigger and better than ever.

Oktoberfest

Bavaria comes to Nottingham in a giant marquee full of frothy beer and music.

Robin Hood Pageant

The legendary pageant returns to Nottingham Castle with a terrifying barber surgeon, the eel woman, a working blacksmiths forge and brand new entertainment.

Halloween in Notts

Whether you’re carving prize-winning pumpkins at Harts, or making some rather fluffier friends at White Post Farm, there’s plenty of spooky fun to be had by kids and grown-ups alike.

Museums at Night

This month’s Museums at Night festival takes a dark turn with Halloween themed Sinister Stories at the Workhouse and Marie Laveau’s Dance of the Dead at Nottingham Contemporary.

 

Posted on 24 October 2016
Featured author: Jessie

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

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