Things to do this weekend, 30th September – 2nd October

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October arrives Nottinghamshire in this weekend, bringing a months worth of festivals, Halloween events and autumnal fun with it! Here’s what we recommend.

October Festival City begins

The city’s myriad of festivals kicks off with comedy at the Spiegeltent, the Family Arts Festival and the Nottingham Independent Festival.

 

Try para-rowing at the National Watersports Centre

British Rowing are throwing a party to promote para-rowing and inspire everyone to try rowing.

 

Join the Woolly Tellers in Wollaton Hall’s haunted cellar

Get ready for Halloween and listen to Mick and Dave’s ghostly tales from the depths of the Elizabethan manor house.

 

Darkness, Darkness opens at Nottingham Playhouse

Charlie Resnick, one of the most famous detectives in British crime fiction, makes his stage debut in John Harvey’s adaptation of his own bestselling novel Darkness, Darkness.

 

Harvest Weekend at the Workhouse

Enjoy some Workhouse produce, fresh from the recreated Victorian vegetable garden.

 

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Posted on 26 September 2016
Featured author: Jessie

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

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