If you are planning to travel between Nottingham and London this weekend, don’t miss our top pick of things to do in both cities!
FESTIVAL OF LITERATURE AND SOCIAL CHANGE, WATERSTONES, PICCADILLY, LONDON, April 28th – May 1st
In the turbulent modern era, keeping an open and critical mind has never been so important.
Over four days, Writers of The World Unite will tackle themes like Russian revolutionary poetry, the age of globalisation, and questions of political identity.
They will also draw attention to Caribbean Literature.
There will be readings, debates and workshops the whole weekend and you can check full details, book your tickets or register for the free events following this link:
THE SOHO A GOGO FILM FESTIVAL, REGENT STREET CINEMA, LONDON, April 28th to May 1st
Have you turn the clock back half a century and see Soho as it was then? This festival will actually give you that opportunity.
The six films to be shown celebrate Soho’s musical and artistic heritage in the years after the War and the gradual change that took place in an area known for its entertainment.
Beginning with the documentary “Bunch of Kunst” – inspired by the Nottingham Duo “Seaford Mods” – the films will show the controversies and changes associated with art in that period. Multiculturalism is explored in “All Night Long”, and the exhausting fight for dreams and success recounted in “The Small World of Sammy Lee”. Racial tensions are addressed more in “Absolute beginners”.
For the full list of movies, days and times, please follow the below link:
THE CANOPY MARKET in KING’S CROSS, LONDON – April 28th
to April 30th
If you are looking for a completely free, family-friendly and food-based event, we recommend the Canopy Market. All kinds of fresh delicacies will be available from sweet to savoury, with specialities coming from all over the globe. It will be accompanied by musicians such as Dakota Jim, Victor Vox and DJs like Claire Kalvis and Brett Franklin.
Everything will end on Sunday by 6pm.
LONDON CRAFT WEEK from May 3r to May 7th.
All across London, galleries will host workshops highlighting all forms of talent and professions, from ancient skills to new techniques. The event will fuse Fashion, Art, Design, Luxury, Food and Culture.
For further info please click here: http://www.londoncraftweek.com/.
NOTTINGHAM EVENTS: April 28 to May 1st
BILLY OCEAN, the first R&B singer and songwriter of the 1980s will be playing his pop mixed with rhythm and blues at The Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham from 19:00 to 23:00 this Friday.
CHARITY MEGA BOOKSALE by EXLIBRIS.
The UK’S biggest book sale announced by Waterstones will not only have the best selection of unique pieces but will also raise funds to give to local authorities on Saturday from 10am to 6pm,
WAHALA: Jamaica vs. Africa at The Glee Club on Sunday from 18:30 to 23:00.
If you are keen to see comedians having a live battle then you shouldn’t miss this amazing comedy clash.
1940’s Knees Up between Brew House Yard and Nottingham Castle
Don’t miss it if you want to get a sense of life on the Home Front and life during World War II. Featuring vivid displays, music and dances which will bring that era to life.
The event will take place between Brewhouse Yard and Nottingham Castle from 11am to 3:30 pm on Monday 1st of May.
HAPPY WEEKEND TRAVELLERS!