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


Looking for something interesting to do in Nottingham that isn’t going to break the bank? This week 3 of the events we’re suggesting are FREE! and… the other two are £3 and under!

This week there’s poetry, art, dancing lessons, film screenings and wheelchair basketball!

Poetry, Live Music, Drinks

Tues, 21st Feb – 7pm – Poetry is Dead Good – Jam Cafe

The 31st Poetry is Dead Good event brings you poets and live music from Stacey McMullen. I’ve heard lots of great things about this night but it does get busy so get down to the bar early if you want a seat!

Find out more HERE


Wed, 22 Feb – 6pm – Wednesday Walkthrough – Nottingham Contemporary

Nottingham Contemporary is organising a series of events where different artists, researchers and academics give 45 minute long talks in their individual fields of expertise but all relating to “The Place Is Here” exhibition.

This week is the turn of “The Place is Here” artist Marlene Smith who was also a founding member of the Blk Art Group.

Find out more HERE

Salsa Dancing

Wednesday, 22 Feb – 6:30pm – Salsa Dancing – Revolucion de Cuba

There are a lot of dancing socials happening each week in Nottingham but what if you’re a total beginner ? This week there’s a FREE taster session open to everyone so you can find out if Salsa dancing is your thing and meet some new people

Find out more HERE 

Elite Sport

Sat, 25th Feb – 8pm – Women’s wheelchair basketball All-Star Game – Wildcats Arena

This is your chance to see the nation’s leading wheelchair basketballers take to court in an unmissable, action-packed sporting showcase. The two teams will be headed up by the GB Women’s coaches and will be made up of the nation’s GB stars – past, present and future.

PLUS tickets only cost £2!

Find our more HERE

Film, Art, Discussion

Sat, 25 Feb – 2pm – The Time is Now – Nottingham Contemporary

Looking for something different to do on Saturday afternoon? Nottingham Contemporary is presenting a programme of 3 screening events looking at audiovisual work by Black and Asian filmmakers and artists from the 1980s and 1990s as well as a few recent pieces.

Each even will be introduced by a host who will then chair and after-screening discussion with filmmakers or cast guests. It’s FREE to attend but you will need to book a place.

Find out more HERE

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