What’s on in Nottingham? 5 events to try this week


This week in Nottingham there is something for everyone! From chilled out yoga and brunch, an art tour on a bike, to a family friendly festival celebrating South Asian Culture. We’re giving you plenty of options to fill your week with something a little different.

Nottingham events

Learn Something New

Tues, 5th August – 7:30pm – Why do we seek partners? – Canalhouse

We always try to attend events by Nottingham Sceptics in the Pub. They have hosted some great talks in recent months! This week, the group will hear from Maria Kontogianni –  a social psychologist with research interests that lie within Intimate Relationships, Relationship Conflict, Sexuality, LGBT psychology Masculinity and Femininity.

She will talk about why we seek out partners and “love typologies”.

Find out more HERE

Art Exhibition Launch

Weds, 30th August – 6pm – Wasted Talents & Glorious Tragedies – THiNK

This is the opening night of Kelly Ann Holmes first solo exhibition. As well as art, you can expect music by DJ Matt Wolfe, street food and complimentary drinks.

At first glance this exhibition could be taken simply as an exercise in portraiture based around the famous and glamorous. However, scratching a little below the surface uncovers an exploration of mental health and subsequent addiction.

Find out more HERE

Art… on a bike!

Fri, 30th August – 6:30pm – Street Art Tour Ride – Blend

Notts Bike Fest have come up with the brilliant idea of organising a ride around some of Nottingham’s graffiti and street art sites. They will be stoping briefly at each location for some info on each piece. Meet at Bend coffee shop in the city centre at 6pm for a 6:30pm start.

Find out more HERE

Yoga, great food, and a goody bag!

Sat, 9th September – 9am – Autumn Yoga Brunch Nottingham –

Looking for a way to give yourself a boost on Saturday morning? At this event you can expect Yoga sequences to support and nourish the body, suitable for mixed levels of ability, complete with deep relaxation and meditation to restore balance.

Āyurvedic inspired Brunch at Kiosk to help keep the body stay warm with whole-hearted flavoured foods and hot herbal tonics. We’ve tried Kiosk’s food before – trust us,  you’ll love it!

Plus a special treat, each attendee gets a Sweaty Betty goody bag!

Find out more HERE

Join the party!

Fri, 8th – Sun, 10th September – Nottingham Mela 2017 – New Art Exchange & Nottingham Castle

Nottingham’s annual South Asian celebration returns with a sensational display of music, dance, colour and celebration!

This year Nottingham Mela is bigger than ever, with a weekend extravaganza filling New Art Exchange and the grounds of Nottingham Castle.

Over the weekend, visitors are invited to experience an unforgettable programme of spectacular performances, authentic cuisine, active games and family friendly workshops.

Find out more HERE

Do you have an event in mind that you’d like us to plan for you?

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