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Get ready for Light Night, get running in 2016, FREE kids crafts at Nottingham Lakeside Arts, and more!

Don't miss out - get the full rundown of everything happening in Nottingham this week


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Robin Hood Energy sponsors Light Night - programme details announced!

Friday 5 February 4pm till late

Enjoy over 50 FREE events in Nottingham city centre, including:

  • Illuminated grounds and late night gallery opening at Nottingham Castle and Brewhouse Yard, with FREE entry giving you a chance to see the latest exhibitions
  • FREE live music from lots of 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 helping us to bring you Light Night.

>>See what's on


Art Investigator Max at Nottingham Lakeside Arts

Saturday afternoons, 12noon 4pm (drop-in)

Free creative Saturday afternoons at Djanogly Gallery for all!

Whatever your age or ability come along to AIM as an Art Investigator to visit the exhibitions and enjoy free arts and crafts activities. 

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Tickets now on sale for Speed Skating - 8 - 10 January

For a second year running, the National Ice Centre Nottingham will host international short track speed skating event, Starclass 2016! Get tickets now to see some of the best talent from Western Europe compete together on the ice.

>>Get tickets


Get running in 2016!

New Year's Resolution to get fitter? Make friends? Improve your general being? We have lots of FREE Couch to 5K courses starting across Nottingham this week! No booking required, just turn up on the day!

  • 6pm on Mondays from 4 Jan, meet at Portland Leisure Centre
  • 6.30pm on Thursdays from 8 Jan, meet at Sherwood Manor Pub, Mansfield Road
  • 6.30pm on Tuesdays from 12 Jan, meet at The Pavillion, Forest Recreation Ground
  • 10.30am on Mondays from 11 Jan, meet at the Grange building, Woodthorpe Park
  • 6.30pm on Wednesdays from 13 Jan, meet at Clifton Leisure Centre

>>Find out more

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2016 highlights at Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall

You can now buy tickets for events at Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall using the new, free app! Here's what's coming up in the first part of 2016:


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Lipstick and Lace with Debbie Bryan: Saturday 23 January

2pm 5.30pm | 15 | Nottingham Lakeside Arts

Debbie Bryan is decamping for the afternoon and heading off for a heritage-induced Crafternoon at Lakeside Arts Performing Arts Studio. Designing your own unique cosmetic bag, use stunning images from the No7 archive collections with exquisite selections of Nottingham lace, threads and textile embellishments. With helpings of sumptuous afternoon tea, youll have the chance to create something truly individual. All materials will be provided.

Limited spaces, book your tickets


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More events in Nottingham this week


Wednesday 6 January: Board Game Night at the Malt Cross (FREE entry)

Thursday 7 January: The birds of Nottinghamshire at Clifton Library (FREE talk)

Friday 8 January: Introduction to iPads and tablets at Aspley Library (FREE)

Saturday 9 January: Robin Hood Town Tour in Nottingham city centre

Sunday 10 January: Afro-Cuban Orisha Song and Dance classes at New Art Exchange


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Coming soon to Nottingham Castle - The Lacock Cup

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. 

 

See the cup at Nottingham Castle


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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