Things to do this weekend, 4th – 6th November

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The clocks have gone back and November arrives this week! From the Beauty and the Beast ballet and Bonfire Night to craft fairs and comedy in cosy clubs, there’s all kinds of wintery ways to enjoy your weekend in the city and county.

Bonfire Night

The skies above Nottinghamshire will be lit up in all colours this weekend!

Nottingham Comedy Festival

The 8th ever Nottingham Comedy Festival kicks off this Friday.

Arnold and the Battle of the Somme

Learn about the town’s involvement in WW1 with a series of special heritage events including talks and film screenings.

Southwell Minster Craft Fair

Get into the festive spirit and visit the hustle and bustle of Southwell Minster’s famous winter craft fair of over sixty inspiring stalls in the historic nave.

Beauty and the Beast

Northern Ballet perform David Nixon’s magical version of the classic fairy tale with opulent costumes and a festive set at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal.

 

 

Posted on 31 October 2016
Featured author: Jessie

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

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