January 14, 2015, by offcampus
What’s On: January and February 2015
We’ve gathered together some exciting goings on over the next few weeks – the perfect set of post-exam pick me ups!
Event: The Gardens Come To Town
Date: Throughout January
Location: Floor 1 Exhibition Area, Nottingham Central Library
Information: An installation of photographs taken at St Anns Allotments by international photographer Rankin is complemented by a range of events including an introduction to beekeeping! Find out more here.
Event: Pub Quiz at the Malt Cross
Date: every Monday, 8.30pm – 11pm
Location: Malt Cross, City Centre
Information: Following a major refurbishment, Nottingham’s historic Malt Cross has re-opened and its popular pub quiz returns. £1 per person in teams of up to six people.
Event: Playing Around: Taking Theatre to Communities Across the East Midlands
Date: Friday 16th January – Sunday 3rd May
Location: Weston Gallery, Lakeside Arts Centre
Information: This exhibition explores the history of two of Nottingham’s community theatre groups. Find out more here.
Event: Tea and Tales
Date: 3rd February 2015
Location: Lee Rosy Tea, 17 Broad St, Nottingham
Information: Enjoy live performance storytelling along with a cup of tea at this quirky event.
Event: Light Night 2015
Date: Friday 6th February 2015, 6pm to late
Location: Around Nottingham City Centre
Information: Enjoy free activities and entertainment at galleries, churches and cultural venues around the city, including light installations. Find out more.
Event: Chinese New Year at Lakeside
Date: 4.30pm – 6.15pm
Location: Lakeside Arts Centre
Information: There’s going to be an array of celebratory activity to mark the tenth anniversary of the University of Nottingham’s Ningbo Campus – find out more about it here!
Event: The Nottingham Wheel
Date: 21st January to 22nd February
Location: Old Market Square
Information: Don’t miss your opportunity to see the city of Nottingham from sixty metres up in the air on the Nottingham Wheel. More details here.