June 10, 2014, by International students

What’s on in Nottingham – 9-16 June 2014

Here are five of the best things to do in Nottingham this week.

Tuesday 10 June, from 9pm – Nottingham is fertile ground for producing successful musicians like London Grammar, Indiana and Jake Bugg. Watch some of the city’s up-and-coming talent perform at Open Mic Night at Pepper Rocks, 12 Pepper Street, Bridlesmith Gate, Nottingham NG1 2GH. You never know, you might find yourself listening to the next big thing.

Wednesday 11 June, 7-9pm –
Unleash your creative side in a relaxed and supportive environment and meet new people at Art Space Nottingham at Lee Rosy’s Tea. Art Space Nottingham is held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at Lee Rosy’s, and the 4th Wednesday of every month at The Sumac Centre, 245 Gladstone St, Forest Fields.

Thursday 12 June, 9-11pm –
Put on your dancing shoes and head down to the 50:50 Salud Social for a spot of salsa and socialising. The event takes place at La Tasca Nottingham, 9 Week Day Cross, The Lace Market, Nottingham NG1 2GB and is open to all.

Saturday 14 June, 2-5pm –
16-22 June is Refugee Week, a nationwide celebration of the positive contribution that refugees make to our communities. Nottingham Contemporary kick-starts a series of special events with live music, international food and free creative and educational activities for all ages at at the Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross, Nottingham NG1 2GB.

Sunday 15 June, from 7.30pm
The University of Nottingham’s very own Wind Orchestra and Moonlighters Big Band join forces as part of the Summer Music Festival at Lakeside Arts Centre, University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD.

And apparently there is some sort of football tournament starting this week, which you can watch at Mooch.

You can also get into the World Cup spirit – and enjoy a taste a taste of world cuisine – by entering or following our very own Nottingham Food World Cup competition.

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