Things to do this weekend 29th – 31st August

Expressions of fury in horses, lions and a man, c.1504-5

Image for use in connection with the touring exhibition - Leonardo da Vinci: Ten Drawings from the Royal Collection

Royal Collection Trust / (C) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2015. 


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It’s finally the Summer Holidays and Notts is certainly looking sunny with the Old Market Square transformed into the beach and so far, the weather seeming to be playing ball…

There are all sorts exciting events taking places across the city and county to keep kids – and grown-ups – entertained. Make sure you take a look at our FacebookTwitter and Instagram pages to share your weekend using #LoveNotts.

Nottingham Pride

Join in the celebrations with the annual parade and street party in the Hockley area of Nottingham.

Ten Leonardos opens at Nottingham Castle

Join Martin Clayton, Head of Prints and Drawings, Royal Collection Trust, on an intimate 20-minute tour of the Leonardo Da Vinchi drawings .

Outdoor Theatre at Newstead Abbey

The touring perfomance of Ruddigore reaches the magical surroundings of Newstead Abbey this Sunday

NCF Comedy Night in Mansfield

Milo McCabe headlines NCF Comedy Night on Sunday, with support from MC: Chris Brooker, Dan Nightingale and Red Redmond.

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Natwest Blast T20 Cricket

Notts Outlaws go up against Leicestershire Foxes at Trent Bridge

 

Posted on 25 July 2016
Featured author: Jessie

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

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