Things To Do This Weekend 3rd-5th June

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Can it really be June already? With so many fantastic things happening in Nottinghamshire, it’s no surprise that 2016 is flying by – and there’s no let up this weekend, as even more top quality sport comes to Nottinghamshire. Keep up to date with everything that’s happening by following us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and see our What’s On guide for full listings.

1. Aegon Open Nottingham WTA International Women’s Tournament 2016

Following on from the European Archery Championships last weekend, it’s tennis’s turn to take over Nottingham, as the biggest names in the sport descend on Nottingham Tennis Centre. With Britain’s Heather Watson and former World No.1 Victoria Azarenka in the mix, the stakes couldn’t be much higher.

Find out more here.

2. Natwest Blast T20 Cricket – Notts Outlaws v Lancashire Lightning

Expect fireworks, as cricket’s most exciting format – T-20 returns to Trent Bridge. This high-octane version of cricket is the perfect Saturday afternoon entertainment. Check out the fantastic promotional video below.

 

Find out more here.

3. Nottingham Castle Evening Cave Tours

Start your weekend by discovering the buried history at Nottingham Castle, and enjoying an evening jaunt into the storied caves beneath one of Nottingham’s best known landmarks. See more about the exciting events that have been happening at the castle this week below:

Find out more here.

4. Nottingham Symphony Orchestra Present Mozart’s Requiem

Canapés, champagne and classical music – enjoy a spectacular evening of quality entertainment, courtesy of the Nottingham Symphony Orchestra.

Find out more here.

Posted on 31 May 2016
Featured author: Alistair

Originally from Preston - but now calling Nottingham home – Alistair’s a St Helens rugby league fan who loves travel and music.

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