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What’s on in Nottingham? 7 events to try this week

What’s on in Nottingham? Lots!  Of course the Nottingham Comedy Festival is still running – We’ll be at shows every night this week! There’s also theatre, a chance to improve your baking skills, and the opportunity to learn about traditional Chinese Tea ceremonies. whats on in nottingham

Dragons Den

Tues, 7th November – 5pm – Pitch Night Competition – Accelerate Places

Ok, so this isn’t the kind of event we usually include but… We’re finalists in this competition! Our CEO will be pitching to compete for a prize worth £35,000! As well as watching the finalists pitch to an expert panel, there will be networking opportunities.

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Theatre

Tues, 7th November – 7:30pm – Jane Eyre – An Autobiography – Lakeside Arts

Watch the stage adaptation of the classic novel that shocked the Victorians.

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Comedy

Tues, 7th November – 7pm – Brian Gittins – The Ned Ludd

This is a rare chance to catch one of the country’s leading alternative comics outside of London.

David Earl’s alter ego, Brian Gittins is an utter prat and according to the Sussex Argus, ‘The World’s Worst Comedian’. However, Brian’s not having any of it and he’s back with a live show. This is a comedy joyride with all the bells, whistles and monkey suits that go with it

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Improvised Musical Comedy

Fri, 10th November – 7:30pm – Rhymes Against Humanity & Four Far Away! – The Angel

Come see a fully improvised musical! You will be asked to write down the title of a musical that’s never been seen before; if yours is drawn out of the hat, Rhymes Against Humanity will perform a brand new, completely made-up musical immediately – no scripts, no conferring, no pre-planning, just totally spontaneous, hilarious musical madness!

PLUS Four Far Away will whisk you away to a fantastical world based on your suggestions. Adventure and intrigue, mystery and magic await. It’s all entirely made up on the spot!

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Learn How To Make Bread

Sat, 11th November – 10:30am – Beginners Bread Making – Beeston Baking School

Want to spend your Saturday doing something constructive and learning a new skill? How about break making? For £22, you can spend the day making a selection of breads.

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Relax & Learn Something New

Sun, 12th November – 2pm – How to do a Chinese Tea Ceremony – August Moon Tea

If baking isn’t your thing, how about spending an afternoon learning about the history and culture behind a traditional Chinese tea ceremony? Meet new people as you learn how to lead a ceremony and try out teas that you will struggle to find anywhere else! (seriously, some of it comes from farms only accessible by foot!)

The August Moon tea studio is a hidden oasis in the city centre and you’ll definitely leave feeling relaxed.

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A New Comedy Experience

Sun, 12th November – 8pm – D A N C E – Dance4

We’re not entirely sure what this is but it sounds weird and interesting so we’re on board!

Watch comedians and dancers working together, creating something new. Comedians will do their sets and dancers will improvise around them, and they’ll swap, with comedians trying their hand at busting a move, and dancers finding out what it takes to tell a joke.

An exciting way to see different artforms working together. Hosted by the loveably/ enigmatic/ lover of shirts with animals on it – Daniel Nicholas.

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