Things To Do This Weekend 8th-10th July

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Notts is settling in to July nicely with lots of summer fun to enjoy this weekend. Here are this week’s top five picks for this week or you’ll find more ideas on our What’s On page or by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Natwest Blast T20 Cricket

With the T20 tournament well underway, Notts Outlaws play Worcestershire Rapids at Trent Bridge this Saturday.

Medieval Jousting Weekend

An action-packed spectacle of courage, strength and skill performed by the Knights of Royal England in the grounds of the beautiful Kelham Hall.

Drag Becomes Them – A Screening by The Nottingham Alternative Film Network

Nottingham Alternative join forces with Malt Cross and talented artists and performances for the UK premiere Alex Berry’s Drag Becomes Him, a documentary about RuPaul Drag Race superstar Jinkx Monsoon.

Nottingham Craft Beer Week 2016

As Nottingham Craft Beer Week comes to a close, don’t miss the tap takeover at The Nedd Ludd and The Crafty Crow.

The 3rd Nottinghamshire Local History and Archaeology Day

The event will be celebrating Notts history with free activities taking place across the county, including a troop archaeological and historically themed characters for PastFest at Highfields Park.

Posted on 04 July 2016
Featured author: Jessie

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

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