This weekend we’ve got an international market, a spring concert, and backstage tour; here’s your handy guide of what to do in Nottingham.
Grab your brunch besties and get ready to enjoy a 2-hour brunch date at TGI Fridays. For £29.95 per person, you’ll enjoy your choice of 3 dishes for two and your choice of unlimited Prosecco, Fridays® American Pilsner, CleanCo Gin and Tonic, or a refreshing orange juice.
Visit the International Market in Old Market Square
Nottingham will once again be hosting the award-winning International Market. An array of global treats from unusual arts and crafts to fine foods and delis, alongside some amazing mouth-watering street food.
Wednesday 22 - Sunday 26 March 2023
Wednesday - Saturday: 9am - 6pm
Sunday: 10am - 5pm
Take a backstage tour
Discover the world behind the curtain and learn about the amazing story of the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall at their Limelight Backstage Tour. Tickets £10-£12
Youth Orchestra Spring Concert 2023
All three Nottingham Youth Orchestras plus Nottingham Youth Jazz Orchestra will be performing at Nottingham's Albert Hall on Sunday 26th March 2023. Tickets are £10, and primary school-age children are FREE.
Get bowled over
Currently, Nottingham Bowl is offering the Combo Deal where you can play bowling and golf for £14 for adults and £11 for kids and students.
Arts & Theatre
Over at Nottingham Playhouse, you can catch the last night's performance of Village Idiot - a raucous comedy, where family feuds kick off around a country fair that you townies are all invited to.
Not sure what’s happening in Nottingham this weekend? Whatever the weather decides to do, we’ve got you covered.
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