Things to do this weekend, 5th – 6th March 2016

Kelham Hall

There’s a lot going on in Notts during the weekends and, as always, we’re here with a list of top events for you to enjoy. Plan your weekend with us and make the most out of it while it lasts. For more ideas and inspiration, get social with us on Twitter and Facebook, or visit our what’s on pages.

Kelham Hall’s Big Vintage Festival and Evening Show featuring Katrina From Katrina And The Waves

Head to Newark on 5th March for the Big Vintage Festival and Evening Show featuring Katrina From Katrina And The Waves. The festival is set in the beautiful grounds of Kelham Hall and Country Park just five minutes off the A1 at Newark. There’s plenty of fun and entertainment planned for the day with vintage tearoom, DJs, undercover outside demonstration village and cinema area – classic films during the day and a musical event in the evening – with Katrina from Katrina and the Waves!

Find out more and book your tickets here.

Nottingham’s Affordable Vintage Fair

If you’re struggling with transport to Newark for the Big Vintage Festival you could always enjoy an Affordable Vintage Fair at Nottingham Trent University Student’s Union. Event organisers gathered a selection of the UK’s top vintage traders, and will be offering high quality stock at affordable prices. You can expect: coats, leather, suede and jumpers, prints, blouses, spring dresses, vintage sparkle & heaps of accessories, knitting patterns, old-school annuals, vinyl & collectibles, home-ware, and much more.

To find out more visit event’s dedicated facebook page.

Indoor Aeroboot / Aerojumble Table Top Sale

Fly by the Newark Air Museum for their Indoor Aeroboot / Aerojumble Table Top Sale. With around 50 tables, buyers will have the opportunity to search through and choose from a range of aviation and avionic items: including books, paintings, prints, DVDs, plastic kits, die-cast models, clothing, radio equipment and aircraft parts.

If you can’t make it this Saturday, another edition of the Table Sale is planned for 16th and 17th June.

For more information and recent updates on the event please visit Newark Air Museum website.

Ezekial Bone’s Magic Lantern Tour

Before the Saturday Shopping spree head to the Theatre Royal and join Ezekial Bone’s Magic Lantern Tour. The building has a fascinating story to tell and who better to tell it than its resident ghost? Ezekial Bone who plays ‘Everyman,’ a manifestation of the human emotion imprinted within the fabric of the building.

Join him on a journey through the heart of Nottingham’s theatre land. Enter the inner sanctum of his ‘Temple of Thespis’. See behind the scenes, learn how the theatre works and hear about the great architects who built this monument.

For more information and to pre-book go to the Theatre Royal’s website.

Don’t forget it’s Mother’s Day this Sunday! If you’re still wondering where to take you mum on her special day, visit our dedicated Mother’s Day pages with a list of events and special offers for all mums.

Posted on 01 March 2016
Featured author: Kinga

Addicted to music and learning languages. Loves reading, gardening, travelling and everything new media related.

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