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What's On at Light Night for families, women only swim sessions, FREE events in parks and more!

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Plan your Robin Hood Energy Light Night!

Friday 5 February 4pm till late

Robin Hood Energy sponsors Light Night, an annual night of fun and entertainment in Nottingham city centre! With over 50 FREE arts and cultural events to choose from, there's so much to do for everyone!

  • FREE entry and activities at Nottingham Castle and Brewhouse Yard, including the chance to see the latest exhibitions and illuminated grounds
  • FREE live music from local choirs and bands
  • Star Wars fighting with lightsabers
  • Food and craft markets, including the Light Night market on Smithy Row
  • Nottingham churches will put on activities and entertainment for everyone, including live music, food and drink, and art and light installations.

Thanks to Robin Hood Energy for powering Light Night through their sponsorship!

>>See the Light Night programme


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What's On at Robin Hood Energy Light Night for.... families?

Light Night 2016 is shaping up to be a fantastic night out for families! Head into the city straight after work and school using one of the group offers on the bus or tram, and enjoy all the FREE activities! 

  • Family photos and poetry at Nottingham Castle
  • FREE Children's Craft Corner at St Mary's Church
  • Ukuleles to sing along with at Nottingham Tourism Centre
  • FREE glow worm making workshops at the Light Night Market (Smithy Row)
  • Painting with light and a magician at Art Deco Warehouse
  • Build a spaceship from recycled materials at Playworks
  • Shadow puppets at Nottingham Central Library
  • Amazing physics tricks by the physics buskers outside the Council House

>>Find out more

 


The Lacock Cup comes to Nottingham Castle

20 Jan - 10 April

Dating from the 15th Century, the Lacock Cup is one of the most significant pieces of secular English medieval silver. The cup will be shown with a small collection of related items. 

Pop in to Nottingham Castle for Light Night (5 February from 6pm) for your chance to see the cup with FREE entry while it's on loan from the British Museum.  

 See the cup at Nottingham Castle

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Shiny at Nottingham Lakeside Arts

Sunday 17 January 11am & 1.30pm

Shiny invites young children and their grown-ups into a long forgotten room, where two people find friendship, joy and treasures that turn from ordinary to extraordinary. Audiences are invited to watch and play as all that glitters unfolds before your very eyes!

Tickets 7.50


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Women-only This Girl Can Swim Sessions at our leisure centres


Swimming is great exercise and great fun too! Get back into regular swimming at one of our women and girls (over 14) only swimming sessions, which take place daily at once of our seven leisure centres around the city. Female lifeguards and helpers will be on hand as you have fun in the water.   


>>Find out more


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What's coming up in Parks 

All these events are FREE!


Big Garden Birdwatch at Highfields Park: Sunday 31 Jan from 11am


Take part in the world's biggest bird survey and help provide the RSPB with a vital snapshot of Nottingham's birds in winter. Find out more.

Roots of the Forest at Forest Recreation Ground: Saturday 6 Feb from 10am

Learn how to grow your own fruits and vegetables. Meet at the community garden.

A Force for Nature at Highfields Park: Sunday 7 Feb and Friday 26 Feb from 10.30am

Love your local park? Then help us do vital conservation work to take care of it. Two sessions run 10.30am - 12noon and 1pm - 2.30pm with free tea and coffee. You could be helping us to plant bulbs, restore benches, manage invasive species,  and even look after the islands in the lake. 

Booking helpful but not essential, call 0115 8467777.


I did that - designing the NES! 

26 January at the National Videogame Arcade from 7pm

We know all about Super Mario, Metroid and Duck Hunt, but what about the design of the console itself or those iconic controllers? The problem is that to find out that sort of thing youd need to travel to Kyoto and speak to Masayuki Uemura, head of Nintendos R&D department who lead the development of the NES

At the National Videogame Arcade on 26 January for one night only, Masayuki Uemura will be talking about how he designed the NES, the Zapper and the SNES.

>>Get tickets (7)

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Burns Night Supper at Hart's Hotel

Saturday 23 January from 7.30pm


Join us in Harts Upstairs for some traditional Scottish food with host Martin MacGillivray and entertainment from Piper Mike.


Tickets 39.50 including four course meal and entertainment - Find out more


Charity Winter Ball

Lowdham Village Hall: Saturday 30 January

Shake off the winter blues with a great opportunity to glam up and raise money for the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance.

See ballroom, latin and popular dancing and have a great evening out.

Tickets 5 - Find out more


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More events in Nottingham this week

New exhibitions opening this month


Don't forget, Nottingham Tourism Centre on Smithy Row (opposite Primark) is now Nottingham's ticket hub - get your tickets here for events at the Motorpoint Arena, Rock City, and more local venues!


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